ArtShowcasing art by local artists of Helsinki
Roasberg is more than just a cafe, it’s a cultural experience
We want to inspire our customers every day.
What better way to create that then by adding some culture, into the blend of brew you’re sipping.
Every month we showcase work from talented artists that can add more energy into our space.
Come on in and absorb our featured artist for this month.
ROASBERG ARTIST OF THE MONTH
3xLUPU 1720 studies
Opening night 08.01.21 6.00pm – 10.30pm
Bogdan Lupu, Romanian blood, Italian heart, and life experience from all around the world.
Lupu, which is his family name, nickname and also art name, started to paint full-time three years ago when he moved in the heart of Helsinki city, Punavuori, into a 30 square meters apartment, where emotions ran deep and visions expanded far. “I had many nightmares, many thoughts and anxieties, then I decided to do what I loved to do the most when I was a kid: drawing and painting! During those three years, painting it turned to be a therapy for my soul, a habit, a passion, a lifestyle!”
Lupu considers himself a self-thaught intuitive expressionist painter, 360 degrees influenced. Everything that he’s influenced by, makes an appearance in his art.
“My art is a dynamic combination of styles, methods, materials and concepts. Art doesn’t have a proper rule. It´s a trio of purpose, vision and prosperity. What is real will prosper, it´s just emotionally pure!”
In those three years, Lupu experimented colours in many different ways and styles of painting reaching a capability to express his versatility in the field making around 200 paintings.
In September ´20 Lupu achieved his dream to work and manage a painting studio where he’s constantly working.
3xLUPU 1720 studies is all about Lupu´s transmutation from an outcast to the new version of himself, memories and experiences represented into an art form. Welcome!
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