Collective art exhibition at Razzett tal-Markiz

Tista' taqra bil- Malti.

An exhibition by the name of Pinzellati is being held between the 1st and 14th March 2020 at the Razzett tal-Markiz in Mosta by a group of women who meet every Friday at Palazzo de la Salle in Valletta and enjoy painting together.

The aim of this group is to enjoy each other’s company and enjoy their passion for art. This workshop is very rewarding as they give constructive advice to each other, together with their honest opinion and knowledge as they create different works of art. These artists have their own techniques and use different materials such as oils, acrylic, ink and pastel. Their works vary considerably since they express themselves in their own unique ways.

About the artists

Audrey Vella says that through the use of different mediums in her art, one can see her moods and emotions. Joanne Azzopardi feels that through art she can express her creativity.  Colours give Judith Dingli energy and motivation; semi-abstract paintings are her inspiration. For Maria Cauchi art is a language and expression of her inner thoughts and ideas. Fabiola Agius Anastasi likes to express herself using art which unveils her mood in a particular period.

Mariuccia Zammit says that art is the only way to run away without leaving home. Painting was always Josephine Hil’s passion and when her children grew up, she started painting again. Yvette Carabott enjoys painting using various media, her favourite being watercolour, using fresh and delicate colours to express her work. Elena Toncheva uses various techniques and different mediums and enjoys using mixed media.

Marita Fenech finds that painting is a means of relaxation getting so involved in her painting. Marika Camilleri finds that painting is a passion she extremely enjoys. Evelina Albanozzo expresses her creativity in her art and enjoys using different techniques and colours.

This exhibition will be inaugurated by Mariella Pisani Bencini. It will be open to the public from Monday to Saturday between 6.00 and 8.00 pm and on Sundays from 10.00 am to 12.00 pm and 6.00 and 8.00 pm.