ICONS in Transformation by Ludmila Pawlowska St Petersburg FL

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Thomas Episcopal Church in St Petersburg, FL is pleased to host ICONS in Transformation, a traveling modern art exhibition of 100+ contemporary works by the internationally acclaimed Russian-Swedish abstract expressionist Ludmila Pawlowska.

02/09/2020

The exhibit in St Pete has come to a close... Ludmila is expressing her thanks...

01/16/2020

Announcing the Icons in Transformation exhibit at St Thomas Episcopal Church that will beginning tonight on WEDU Arts Plus show - Stay tuned!

01/13/2020

Get a glimpse of the thoughts behind bringing this international display to St Petersburg, FL

Check out this awesome exhibit video that captures what this is all about - even better to see it in person!  https://yo...
01/13/2020

Check out this awesome exhibit video that captures what this is all about - even better to see it in person!
https://youtu.be/EgA3kEAjPR4

ICONS in Transformation is a traveling modern art exhibition of contemporary works by the internationally acclaimed Russian-Swedish abstract expressionist Lu...

Stop by and see the exhibit today and tomorrow from 12:00 to 4:00 PM - it's only going to be here a few more weeks - and...
01/11/2020

Stop by and see the exhibit today and tomorrow from 12:00 to 4:00 PM - it's only going to be here a few more weeks - and then it's gone. ICONS is a transformative exhibition.

01/09/2020

Prince Charles and Camilla hosted the opening ceremony in Hereford Cathedral in England - we have the chance to see it here! St Thomas' Episcopal Church on Snell Isle through February 9th - see it before it leaves!

01/09/2020

Did you know? This exhibit has been throughout Europe and we're fortunate to have it right here in St Petersburg, FL at St Thomas! The exhibition is open Fridays from 10-2 pm and Saturdays and Sundays from 12 - 4PM
Make plans to see it before it leaves February 9th!
It's free and open to the public.

12/10/2019

Father Ryan Whitley being interviewed by Robert Boyd of ABC Action News about the ongoing ICONS exhibit at St Thomas

12/05/2019

Getting interviewed by Robert Boyd from ABC Action News about the ICONS in Transformation exhibit that’s running now through February 9th at St Thomas Episcopal Church

12/02/2019

Great day yesterday with people taking in the art, observing, learning - it really is interesting seeing an art show in this very fitting environment. Exhibit is up every Friday from 10-2 - Saturdays and Sundays from 12-4 pm come see it at St Thomas

12/01/2019

TODAY from 12-4:00PM is the last day the artist and curator will be in the exhibit to talk before Ludmila and Jan leave to go back to Sweden - the exhibit will continue through February 9 - BUT this is an excellent chance to hear from the artist her inspiration - great time to stop by this afternoon and take in this unique exhibit at St Thomas -

11/29/2019

Thanks to everyone who followed our page! xoxo

11/29/2019

Want some culture this Black Friday instead of fighting the hoards of shoppers? Go see at St Thomas Episcopal Church in St Petersburg, FL

11/27/2019

Recording the podcast Beauty and the Burg with Cindy Stovall today with a wonderful panel of guests discussing ICONS in Transformation art exhibition now open at St Thomas Episcopal Church - it’s a must listen! Link to follow to listen in!

11/26/2019

Ludmla Pawlowska working in the studio -

11/26/2019

Ludmila Pawlowska working in her studio in Sweden

11/26/2019

This exhibit has traveled throughout 100 places in Europe and now in the US - St Petersburg, FL is fortunate to have this exhibition in our community and have the chance to view these powerful examples of ICONS that are modern interprettaions of traditional Russian icons in St Thomas Episcopal Church in St Pete Ludmila is shown here with Price Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles at her ICONS opening in England.

11/26/2019

OK - this is the actual welcome from Dr. Kanika Tomlin - Deputy Mayor of the City of St Pete - welcoming the exhibit to St Petersburg

11/26/2019

Letter to You - love this 3D piece of artwork by Ludmila Pawloska

11/26/2019

ICONS in Transformation by Ludmila Pawlowska St Petersburg FL's cover photo

11/26/2019

Take the time to see something internationally acclaimed in St Petersburg at St Thomas Episcopal Church, Saint Petersburg, FL - a sight to behold!

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ICONS in Transformation by Ludmila Pawlowska

St. Thomas Episcopal Church in St Petersburg, FL is pleased to host ICONS in Transformation, a traveling modern art exhibition of 100+ contemporary works by the internationally acclaimed Russian-Swedish abstract expressionist Ludmila Pawlowska. The exhibit will introduce Pawlowska’s work and shed new light on this prolific and influential artist who presents traditional Russian icons as a source of inspiration for contemporary art. The exhibition opened on November 24, 2019 in St Petersburg, Florida .

Meet the Artist: Ludmila Pawlowska will be in St. Petersburg shortly before the opening on November 24th and available for interviews. To secure an interview, contact Mary Jane Park, ICONS Transformation Chair at 727-896-9641.

The exhibit has toured cathedrals, museums and galleries in Europe, and the U.S., including Seattle, Indianapolis, Little Rock, St. Louis, Kansas City, Minneapolis, Chattanooga, Sarasota, Cincinnati, San Diego, Denver, Tucson, and Reno. St. Thomas Episcopal Church is pleased to offer Pawlowska’s art and vision for the first time to the central Florida art community. Most works are available for purchase and proceeds will benefit St. Thomas’ outreach ministries to those in need.

The current ICONS in Transformation exhibit includes between 100-130 pieces of Pawlowska’s contemporary works as well as a dozen traditional icons created at the workshop of Vassilevsky Monastery in Suzdal, Russia.


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