“I adore water lilies, their joyous energy, their delicate and peaceful presence disperses on the water such calming scenery.”
“My beautiful garden host, a fairly small pond awaits a new generation of fresh water lilies. while it is doing that, i feel to sometimes lay down and simply pray.”
“Water lilies and prayers are in a sense so alike – they emerge from the mystery and depth of one’s being. I see myself a water lily grower, surrounded by the splendor of this flower and by its tranquility.” Alexandra Nechita
Parade exhibition by Pompidou Centre Sao Paolo – Brazil – October 2001 January 2002
Method of Production: Hand-Pulled Lithograph
Printed By: Mourlot Atelier – Paris, France Master was created during the life of the artist.
Disposition of Plates: Destroyed
Paper Type: Arches Archival
Sheet Size: 35½” x 28½” inches
Image Size: 22″ x 28 ½” inches
Chop or Stamp Marks: Printer
Alexandra, dubbed “petite Picasso,” works in the cubist modes of Picasso and Braque, but with an emphasis on “magical symbolism.”
She attracted the attention of art critics and the media who began telling the world about this rarest of child prodigies – an artist who had mastered drawing and color, an artist who had created a visual language of her own, in a unique, lyrical, figurative, abstract cubist manner, an artist who had only recently turned nine years old.
Alexandra has synthesized an encyclopedia of other 20th Century modernist styles – Surrealism to Expressionism – in original works which can range up to eight feet tall.