Born in 1975 - France
Born in Poitiers Theodora, spent her childhood in Metz where she took drawing classes for 13 years besides her classes at the School of Fine Arts. The good eye of her drawing teacher pushed her to pursue what will become her profession later on, drawing and painting.
Theodora's favorite subject remains her childhood, when she followed her grandfather "Theodore" to his garden, which was a real Garden of Eden an alchemy of colors, odors and flavors. This combination of senses nourished the exacerbated creativity of Theodora who tried to capture and then interpret these hymn to the senses. The art critics describe her work as avant-garde, futuristic, materialistic. Theodora's trace is: that of the movement of painting or the traces of the origin of creation.
Her work has won her several prizes and distinctions: Salon d'Automne in Paris, entry in the official listing directory, international competitions ... she has made numerous solo and group exhibitions : Armonti Gallery in Paris permanently, Gallery of Contemporary Masters in Nice Permanently, Elvina Gallery in Vence in 2007 ... Her works are part of many private collections in France, Luxembourg, USA, Italy, Switzerland, Hong Kong ..
Avril 2006 : Exposition d'une quinzaine de ses premières oeuvres au Manoir de Vaumadeuc en Bretagne.
Août 2016 : Exposition d'une quarantaine d'oeuvres à la galerie "Le 115" 02100 Saint-Quentin.
En permanence : Galerie Sirénades de Dinard.
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