Exhibition of Paintings by Eva Lock

La Vita nel Quadro   |   Still Life in Squares

Eva Lock Lunigiana

On Saturday, 8 November 2014 at 17.00, the first of a series of art exhibitions will be opened at the Comune di Tresana in Barbarasco. The opening event features 13 new works by resident, English-born artist, Eva Lock.  The Mayor, Matteo Mastrini, who is supporting each of the exhibitions in the series, will open the exhibition, and Eva will be on hand to explain her technique and answer any questions. Refreshments will be provided and of course there will be an opportunity to see Eva’s new work. Entrance is free and everyone is welcome.

The exhibition is entitled Life in Squares, and comprises a series of still life paintings showing off Eva’s trademark technique of drawing with liquid paint. While traditionally inspired by the ‘abstract’, her latest work takes on a fresh figurative starting point and presents a light and slightly humorous outlook on everyday objects.
Eva Lock Lunigiana
Following this event, Matteo Mastrini, the mayor, will be looking for more Lunigiana-based artists, (poets, sculptors, photographers etc, and not just from the Comune di Tresana) to exhibit in the Comune throughout the year, as well as to participate in a series of themed competitions.
Still Life in Squares – an exhibition of new paintings by Eva Lock
Opening event – Saturday, 8 November 2014, at 17:00
Exhibition runs until Thursday 27 November 2014 (closed in the afternoons and all day Sunday)
Comune di Tresana
Piazzale 25 Aprile, Barbarasco
Tel: 0187 477112
Turn left by the bank, after the big bridge over the River Magra and before you go all the way into Barbarasco.
Eva Lock Lunigiana
For more information on Eva’s work, visit her website at www.evalock.com
 Exhibition of Painings by Eva Lock appeared on Ciao Lunigiana on 5 November 2014


Eva Lock

About Eva Lock

Eva is an English-born, professional fine artist who moved permanently to Lunigiana in 2005, having sold her gallery and commercial art business in the Cotswolds in the UK. Her work has been sold widely across the UK and now locally too to private collectors, and businesses spanning modern bars to boardrooms. Eva’s paintings have also been sought after by the UK film and TV industry for productions such as Bridget Jones Diary, Bride and Prejudice, and Dalziel and Pascoe.


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