A Capacity to See and Feel Colors. An artist, Levia Moncrieffe-Kallai, was born in London, England. She is currently residing in Wolverhampton and another second home in Manitoba, Canada in 1978 with her first Canadian citizenship in 1985.
An artist, Levia Moncrieffe-Kallai, was born in London, England. She is currently residing in Wolverhampton and another second home in Manitoba, Canada in 1978 with her first Canadian citizenship in 1985.
The British-Canadian completed her BA (Hons) in Painting and Photography with distinction and a Master of Fine Art at the University of Wolverhampton with the upper-division in the United Kingdom in 2010.
Her older sibling, Heather Daley, was also the first artist in sketching and oil paintings in the family, was great at the sewing machine on color fabric clothes with fabulous floral textiles, such as maternity design, working with Levia. Moncrieffe-Kallai considered in depth study of various colors of materials to transform herself to practice colors mixture in pigment. Daley quickly recognized her young sister’s capability of astonishing drawing pictures with vibrant colors. She felt it was the right time for encouraging Levia to focus on one particular art.
From England, Frank Bowling is a successful abstract artist whose outstanding work with potential bright colors of modern abstraction is drawing her more public attention and absolute fascination.
The artist Levia’s utmost enthusiasm has been in search of miscellaneous colors on the journeys to catch sights of fluorescence of the environment inside and outside. Momentous study of art history, developing her skills through the practical arts, and images of worldwide societies has proven of great significance, which motivated her to continue learning about the community around her. New paintings are informed by her fascination with several people’s cultures around the world; in-depth learning concerning diverse perspectives and lifestyles provides inspiration for her works.
The new progress of viewing Levia’s artwork is a great capacity to analyze the objective and subjective contemporary arts in compositions, combined with an extraordinary eye. These imaginary arts reactions are interpreting such a proficient language to impact her new learning daily. Within six months, she was motivated by new ideas of discovering some new types of coloring techniques, which are experiments based on the material juxtapositions of vibrant colors as Van Gogh and the sincerest portraits of the various people similar to Henri Matisse’s styles of artwork.
Levia’s visions frequently take sounding reflection upon all aspects through the sense of her eyes as sending back a large mirror to represent her looking at the multitude of coloring techniques as passing on new messages. There are amazing different textures of oil pastel, acrylic, flowing hue and tone with oil painting in the middle of small to large linen and cotton canvas in a range of her artwork with the frames predominately and potentially in the medium of luminous oil and acrylic pigmentations for 16 years.