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Glasgo School oArt

News

Submission for Fabriano in Aquarello, Italy  Dec 2019


Start of watercolour

 masterclass

Jan 22  and Febr 23 2020 


Watercolour  week in Birkerød start 6.09.2020

     Art Lessons and Exhibitions


Maya Korlas-Martin gives lessons in watercolour painting and drawing. Please see Contact page for details of masterclasses.


The original pictures are sold either framed or just mounted. Commissions

are taken for portraits, city views and landscapes. See Gallery for images, sizesand locations. See Contact page for exhibitions schedule.



Glasgo School of Art


WATERCOLOUR and

ART WORKS

BY

MAYA KORLAS-MARTIN


 

aquarelles  art lessons    commissions

Aquarelles       

 

Maya creates her watercolours in urban surroundings and also works on her holiday trips abroad. In Denmark she normally paints in the studio as the weather is changeable,  but prefers working ‘a la prima’ on site. The original watercolour painting  "aux plain air" usually takes about three or four hours from sketch to the last brush stroke. Maya uses the Russian water colour paints ‘Leningrad’ (White Nights) and  specialist watercolour  paper. She often works on Archers, Canson, Winsor and Newton  and ocasionally on Viking, original   Danish make of  paper.  Commisioned work  is taking longer, from 10 hours.





Qualifications.


Maya Korlas-Martin is a water colour artist. She was trained for her first degree at the Academy of Fine Arts in St. Petersburg, Russia. She graduated with Master’s degree of an Architect-Artist with a highest mark for her diploma design in 1992.


Maya Korlas-Martin studied at Cambridge University in 1998-2000, graduating in 2001 with Master’s Degree in Interdisciplinary Design for the Built Environment. Her second degree led to her successful work as a practicing architectural assistant and architect-artist in UK in 1999-2010.


At present Maya lives in Copenhagen as her family relocated to Denmark in 2010. She studied at Studieskolen, Copenhagen, to master her Danish. Now Maya works as a freelance artist, and as an Art and English teacher.

She teaches Art both in English and Danish languages. She works for the evening schools  at Aof and Fof  in Gladsaxe kommune, and also in Rudesdal  and Koege.

Maya works from her studio in Bagsværd, when she is painting or completing her artwork commissions.

 

Maya likes and knows the city architecture well, also the Copenhagen's urban life and its colourful history. She is a qualified tourist guide in Copenhagen.



The Kew Railway Bridge, London


       mayakorlas @ gmail.com