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Anna Ravliuc-Bloomfield presents her stunning art exhibition ‘Distance of Transformation’

This will not be an easy review to write, because the stunning beauty of Anna Ravliuc-Bloomfield’s work cannot be encapsulated in words.

Anna’s is probably the most impressive art exhibition I have ever seen, and it’s right here in Blackpool, at the Tea Amantes tearoom and gallery on Albert Road. Named Distance of Transformation, everybody at this show’s private view (7th April 2022) was a creative and jaws were just hanging down (I now look at my puny efforts with close to shame).

The colour palette, brush work, composition and the themes of these paintings are all incredible. Subjects range from rather sinister skeletal kings, to simple sunflowers but all brilliantly executed. It was possible to feel the ghastly events in Ukraine in the background, particularly following the fund raising auction at Hive where Anna answered questions about her work. Expect great work from some horrid events.

Anna’s exhibition is on until 5th May 2022, so plenty of time to get down there for a look. While there you can also check out the tea room with its excellent range of teas, coffees and other fine comestibles. Major collectors should be queueing down Albert Road for these pieces.

A genuine and great talent. This work is just on another plane. Why can’t I paint like that? It’s just so not fair!

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  • I have worked in the housing and transport professions for several local authorities, specialising in policy, strategy preparation and bid writing. Having always had an interest in film, the visual arts in general, theatre, music and lterature, I thought it would be good to combine the writing experience with these interests to contribute to altBlackpool. In addition to writing, my hobbies include watercolour and pastel painting, photography, woodwork, cycling and vegetable gardening.

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