Liana Pivirotto forms her art from the unexpected fragment of ancient glass, Roman bronze fibulae, vintage pieces of decayed iron from battles long fought or some natural stone or piece of some aged sewing machine part or odd vintage piece.
Creating from each unique find, she wraps the artifacts with bits of tiny glass beads and crystals to shape beautiful shimmering necklaces that have a sculptural quality.
Each piece, in fact, begs to be framed and mounted on walls instead of the décolletage.
Inspired by her fascination of history and her lifetime love of creating art, Liana relishes transforming something broken and ugly into a piece of beauty.
Along with her stunning and interesting necklaces, Liana also shows her unusual pen and ink drawings using dots (stipplings), and creates pleasing vistas or still life’s, enhanced with the light breath of color through the gentle touch of pastels.
Born in Washington D. C. in the same hospital as her father, Liana is a life-time resident of Virginia. Her Grandfather and her previous Grandfathers have come from Spotsylvania and Madison Counties dating from colonial days. She and her husband have chosen to retire in Spotsylvania and pursue her love of art in the vibrant and continuing flow of the Fredericksburg art community.
An award winning artist, Liana has received First Prize, Third Prize and People’s Choice awards, and has also been juried into art exhibits from West Palm Beach, Florida to Fredericksburg
Currently Available Through Brush Strokes Gallery
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