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Meet Diana Luckysova
Diana Luckysova

[ About the artist ]

 

  • Name: Diana Luckysova Konrad;
  • Born: Odessa, Ukraine 1982;
  • Occupation: photographer, artist and sculptor;
  • Worked in USA: since 2005;
  • Current location: San Diego and Mexico;
  • Relationship Status: married;
  • Interests: arts, music, nature, human rights and chocolate;
  • Hobbies: chess, traveling, fitness gardening and DIY;
  • Education: Masters Degree in Philosophy – 2005; Photography at Glendale Community College – 2006; Oil Painting at Web Art Academy – 2013; Human Anatomy at Proko – 2018; self taught sculptor;
  • Skills: Zbrush, Photoshop, WordPress;
  • Publications: Vogue.it, La Fashion, Rancho Santa Fe, FINE San Diego, 1st place $3000 winner in LA International body art competition, Skin Wars National TV Series, ND Awards, Dark Beauty, San Diego Reader, L.A. Jewelry, Red-I Fashion, House Of Ukraine, SD Voyager, “Actions Speak” book promotion, Amprion Pharmaceuticals, Old Town guide;
  • Exhibitions and sales: La Bodega Gallery, LA Body Fine Art, Chocolate And Art LA, Luckysova Studios.
Artist Statement

I enjoy learning something new every day, because, in my mind, knowledge is our greatest treasure. The more I learn about art, sculpture, anatomy, the intricacies of our strange human condition, the more I realize a lifetime would not be enough to comprehend it all. So I do my best taking notes via my: lens, brush and clay.

I have come a long way from Soviet Ukraine and a lot of my experiences show though in my work, which perhaps helps some people relate to me.

My biggest reward in creating art is knowing I have left something nice for people to enjoy for the rest of their lives. If I have helped someone feel more beautiful, confident and strong along the way then I’ve done a good job:). And if my work is still meaningful to future generations then I’ve accomplished more than I could hope for.

 

Sincerely,

 

Diana Luckysova