Elitsa Baramó / BG

Elitsa Baramó is a freelance artist and a member of the Union of Bulgarian Artists. She is a passionate connoisseur of art. Elitsa is open to experimenting and works in different genres, as well as in interdisciplinary areas. For her, the idea is the heart of the artifact, and the translation to visual language is a question of choice. She embraces the Renaissance platform of the versatile man and the Fluxus ideas.

She designs abstract as well as figurative expressionistic paintings. The practice of the artist frequently includes conceptual texts with the visual part. After her latest creative expression, she is classified as a neo-existentialistic painter by prof. Kr. Delchev.

Elitsa was born in Sofia but grew up in Cuba, where she lived with her family. She took her first lessons in drawing from her father, Alexander Baramov. She studied textile in the School for Applied Arts in Sofia. In 2001 she graduated from the Academy of Arts – Sofia, Master of Arts in Illustration. As a national representative, she participated in painting in the Francophone Games in Canada (2001), the EU Mitte project in Germany (2008), and the project Art Meets History – Grimbergen – Brussels, Belgium 2017 (co-founder of Actex group).

Limited Edition Designer T-shirt based on Artwork of Elitsa Baramó

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Limited edition designer T-shirt based on the artwork of Elitsa Baramó.
Size XL, Unisex, made of Cotton.
Expected arrival End of August.
20% of the net sales value will be donated to the HINSA.ART Foundation for Astists’ support and 20% will be paid to the Author.
Design by Elitsa Baramó.

98 in stock

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Description

Ethics is esthetics – look well and be good with this limited-edition designer T-shirt based on the artwork of Elitsa Baramó.
Size XL, Unisex, Made of Cotton.
Available already – hurry as only 100 pieces produced!
20% of the net sales value will be donated to the HINSA.ART Foundation for Astists’ support and 20% will be paid to the Author.
Design by Elitsa Baramó

Additional information

Weight 0.5 kg
Dimensions 30 × 20 × 10 cm
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