Interview by Rose Davis
Kukula, from Tel Aviv, is displaying twelve new paintings in "Lonely Opulent Things", which features the largest works she's done so far and a limited edition Jacquard tapestry. She describes "Lonely Opulent Things" as celebrating the florid ambiance of the French aristocracy, noting that most of her inspiration came from a recent visit to the Palace of Versailles. The results are portraits of ultra feminine dainty femmes. Kukula's first solo show at Corey Helford Gallery, "Immortal Artifacts" in 2009, sold out. Her artwork is highly respected and sought out by people all over the world.
Style & Wisdom sat down with each of these two amazing artists to talk about this show and scored some exclusive interviews. First up, Kukula gives Rose Davis, our Art director, some insight behind this amazing new collection of artwork.