Love, Death, and the Time I Knew You: Introducing Loribelle Spirovski

Art has always been a constant presence in Loribelle Spirovski’s life. What has evolved over the years is not its existence in her life as a painter, but the methods, mediums and forms it has taken. There were Play-Doh roses she made at age five, to the candle-wax snowmen she moulded at age seven, and in later years painted portraits of her loved ones. Those portraits continue to be a creative inspiration for the Australian-based painter. She also paints those she comes across in daily life, i...

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