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03/04/2015

Amazing and mysterious Goxwa Borg

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Amazing and mysterious Goxwa Borg

 
Amazing and mysterious Goxwa Borg


Struck by the picture of the artist as from ancient times, as if written by BC ...





Maltese artist Goxwa Borg was born in Valletta in 1961, Malta.
She began painting at a very young age, and was admitted to the Saint Martin School of Art.
Many years later, she moved to Boston, where she participated in Emerson College for film studies.
In 1993, she was awarded the prize in the Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris.


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Her work on canvas is difficult to classify. Although she draws inspiration from ancient frescoes, her paintings have a very modern look.
Goxwa explores all genres, but all of her paintings are one and the same element of mystery and intrigue.
In 1993, she was the first of many solo exhibitions. Since then, it has been shown in various cities, including Paris, New York, Strasbourg and San Francisco.
Goxwa currently resides in Paris and the exhibition continues to attract crowds of fans and collectors.


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Calypso

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Hiding behind the thick walls of the soul
In the heart of the ancient southern island,
Save it however ...
But over the centuries, it asks the sky.
 
Wings-forts on hill climbs,
Citadel towering over the entity.
Proudly profile of the cathedral rises,
Framed bell of a vacuum.
 
In the narrow streets of the melting vision
From the times of knights and gentlemen ...
Stained Renaissance masters
Refract reality mysteriously.
 
Smells dusk churches dust of time,
Frescos, candles, Madonna innocent ...
Wind Mdina brings forgetfulness,
In ancient arches whispering ballads.
 
Dormant city, frozen in silence,
In wondrous dreams and legends nebyli
Woven into his memories ...
 
A look crosses into the eternal sky.
(From an Internet of Malta)

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