Mandara Lebovitz creates unique works in a variety of mediums including paint, sculpture and installation. Her themes are timeless and reflect the forms, patterns, textures and movement found in nature. Her many artistic styles, ranging from Expressionist to Surreal are ever changing as she explores new material and new subject matter. Her latest body of work was exhibited at the Plum Gallery at the Port Moody Art Centre in Port Moody, BC. The solo exhibit “Painting with Fire” featured both Figuratives and Landscapes made out of wood and created or “painted” with a blow torch. Her fresh, original and raw approach to wood working aroused the curiosity of The Province news paper, which featured her in their monthly “portrait of an artist” review in July 2010. She is currently in the process of designing a line of Fine Art Wood pieces that may be hung outdoors to compliment any outdoor living room or home and garden environment.
Lebovitz studied Fine Art at Emily Carr University. Originally from Montreal, Quebec, she also holds a BFA from Concordia University.
Her art has been exhibited in numerous galleries throughout Quebec and British Columbia and hangs in many private collections throughout North America.
Taking her professional practice as well as art business to the next level, Lebovitz offers her clients In-Home Fine Art Consultations where her art pieces may be viewed in the home prior to purchase. She also offers At-Home Design Consultations, custom designing Fine Art Centre Pieces or Feature Wall Hangs to accentuate the beauty and character of any space and home.
Some article reviews of her work include:
- Picket Fence Magazine Spring Quarterly
- Province News Paper Article on Wood Art “Port Moody Artist On Fire”
- Jewish Independent Online “Flying Towards Beauty”