Silvia Vassileva Sakura Evolution Tropical Beach Luncheon Plates

Silvia Vassileva Sakura Evolution Tropical Beach Luncheon Plates
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Vintage From Paul is delighted to offer these pristine condition Silvia Vassileva Sakura Evolution Tropical Beach Luncheon Plates.

The Sakura Evolution dinnerware has a hard melamine body. The graphic is one designed by renowned Silvia Vassileva and shows a bright yellow beach umbrella, striped towel, picnic basket, white sling back chair and of course a pair of beach sandals. The background is a serene rendering of three sail boats gently gliding across the mirror surface of a tropical beach.

The Silvia Vassileva Sakura Evolution Tropical Beach Luncheon Plates are marked with "Sakura Evolution".

The Silvia Vassileva Sakura Evolution Tropical Beach Luncheon Plates measure 9-1/4 inches in diameter.

Each of the available Silvia Vassileva Sakura Evolution Tropical Beach Luncheon Plates is in Mint/New condition with no chips, cracks, scratches or other defects noted. The colors are vibrant, the graphics crisp.

We ship the day after payment is received using Insured Priority Mail with Delivery Confirmation. Parcels are generally received in 2-3 days depending on your location.

About Silivia Vassileva

Silvia took her first art class when she was twelve years old in her native Bulgaria. From that time she knew where her destiny would lead and she never wavered. "After my first lesson, there was no doubt about what I wanted to do. It felt like a curtain was lifted and from that moment I could see shapes, shades and color as I had never seen them before". Silvia pursued her love of art at the Academy of Fine Art in Sofia, where she attained her bachelor's and master's degrees. Then she spent six years painting and exhibiting her work in Japan, before moving to California where she has lived since 1996. Currently her original artwork is represented in several galleries and her prints are published and distributed world wide by Wild Apple Graphics.

Influenced by Japanese wood block prints, renaissance masters, French impressionists, and Pablo Picasso, Silvia describes her style as very free and bold. "I love contrast, sudden changes of color, unusual color palettes: everything that makes a painting ALIVE". The result is an irresistible sense of exuberance and joie de vivre in her work.

Her paintings are part of the permanent collections of galleries, corporate buildings and residencies worldwide.

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