Agita Keiri’s feminine world

Agita Keiri is a Latvian painter who has found her own style in compounding modern technique with the shapes and themes of Northern renaissance, particularly Lucas Cranach.

Agita tends to picture very simple scenes, but excessively using the symbolic objects such flowers, particularly stressing the connection between the woman and the nature. She also emphasises the bond between the mother and the child in a very feminine way.

 She is already quite internationally recognized and her works were exhibited at the Andrew’s Art Museum (North Carolina), Toronto Art Expo, and Art Expo New York.


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