Flowery Globe

Drawings for poems (9/9). Poetry “The Nature, Human and I” by Gordana Stamatova, translated by Silvana Petrova Nasuh, Zorica Stamatova, Dragan Stamatov & Dragana Jovanovska.

Flowery Globe, pencil on paper, 2019. (Melbourne)

Image 1. Poem: A Flower and the World

Image 2,3. Handwritten manuscripts by Gordana Stamatova in Macedonian

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Life is Full of Ladders

Drawings for poems (8/9). Poetry “The Nature, Human and I” by Gordana Stamatova, translated by Silvana Petrova Nasuh, Zorica Stamatova, Dragan Stamatov & Dragana Jovanovska.

Life is full of Ladders, pencil on paper, 2019. (Melbourne)

Image 1. Poem: Contemplation

Image 2,3. Handwritten manuscripts by Gordana Stamatova in Macedonian

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Sunflower and Moonflower

Drawings for poems (7/9). Poetry “The Nature, Human and I” by Gordana Stamatova, translated by Silvana Petrova Nasuh, Zorica Stamatova, Dragan Stamatov & Dragana Jovanovska.

Sunflower and Moonflower, pencil on paper, 2019. (Melbourne)

Image 1. Poem: Despair

Image 2,3. Handwritten manuscripts by Gordana Stamatova in Macedonian

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Warm Memories

Drawings for poems (6/9). Poetry “The Nature, Human and I” by Gordana Stamatova, translated by Silvana Petrova Nasuh, Zorica Stamatova, Dragan Stamatov & Dragana Jovanovska.

Warm Memories, pencil on paper, 2019. (Melbourne)

Image 1. Poem: Nostalgia

Image 2,3,4. Handwritten manuscripts by Gordana Stamatova in Macedonian

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Unlock

Drawings for poems (5/9). Poetry “The Nature, Human and I” by Gordana Stamatova, translated by Silvana Petrova Nasuh, Zorica Stamatova, Dragan Stamatov & Dragana Jovanovska.

Unlock, pencil on paper, 2019. (Melbourne)

Image 1. Poem: Open a Door

Image 2,3,4. Handwritten manuscripts by Gordana Stamatova in Macedonian

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Welcome to the World of Book

Drawings for poems (4/9). Poetry “The Nature, Human and I” by Gordana Stamatova, translated by Silvana Petrova Nasuh, Zorica Stamatova, Dragan Stamatov & Dragana Jovanovska.

Welcome to the World of Book, pencil on paper, 2019. (Melbourne)

Image 1. Poem: The Book is a Miraculous World

Image 2,3,4. Handwritten manuscripts by Gordana Stamatova in Macedonian

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Endless Seasons


Drawings for poems (3/9). Poetry “The Nature, Human and I” by Gordana Stamatova, translated by Silvana Petrova Nasuh, Zorica Stamatova, Dragan Stamatov & Dragana Jovanovska.

Endless Seasons, pencil on paper, 2019. (Melbourne)

Image 1. Poem: Timeless Steps

Image 2,3. Handwritten manuscripts by Gordana Stamatova in Macedonian

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Sing for Spring

Drawings for poems (2/9). Poetry “The Nature, Human and I” by Gordana Stamatova, translated by Silvana Petrova Nasuh, Zorica Stamatova, Dragan Stamatov & Dragana Jovanovska.

Sing for Spring, pencil on paper, 2019. (Melbourne)

Image 1. Poem: Write me a Song

Image 2,3. Handwritten manuscripts by Gordana Stamatova in Macedonian

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The Spring is Coming

Drawings for poems (1/9). Poetry “The Nature, Human and I” by Gordana Stamatova, translated by Silvana Petrova Nasuh, Zorica Stamatova, Dragan Stamatov & Dragana Jovanovska.

The Spring is Coming, pencil on paper, 2019. (Melbourne)

Image 1. Poem: An Image of Spring

Image 2,3,4. Handwritten manuscripts by Gordana Stamatova in Macedonian

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Tree at Burnett Street

Tree at Burnett Street, pencil on paper, 21 x 29.7 cm, 2019. (Melbourne, Australia)(SOLD)

Exhibited in Stroll, Stop and Stare at Toot Artspace from 1/8 – 18/8/2019.

36 Dalgety Street

36 Dalgety Street, pencil on paper, 21 x 29.7 cm, 2019. (Melbourne, Australia)(SOLD)

Exhibited in Stroll, Stop and Stare at Toot Artspace from 1/8 – 18/8/2019.

Dalgety Street

Dalgety Street, pencil on paper, 21 x 29.7 cm, 2019. (Melbourne, Australia)(SOLD)

Exhibited in Stroll, Stop and Stare at Toot Artspace from 1/8 – 18/8/2019.

Fitzroy Street

Fitzroy Street, pencil on paper, 21 x 29.7 cm, 2019. (Melbourne, Australia)(SOLD)

Exhibited in Stroll, Stop and Stare at Toot Artspace from 1/8 – 18/8/2019.

129 Fitzroy Street

129 Fitzroy Street, pencil on paper, 21 x 29.7 cm, 2019. (Melbourne, Australia)(SOLD)

Exhibited in Stroll, Stop and Stare at Toot Artspace from 1/8 – 18/8/2019.

18 Fitzroy Street

18 Fitzroy Street, pencil on paper, 21 x 29.7 cm, 2019. (Melbourne, Australia)(SOLD)

Exhibited in Stroll, Stop and Stare at Toot Artspace from 1/8 – 18/8/2019.

123 Fitzroy Street

123 Fitzroy Street, pencil on paper, 21 x 29.7 cm, 2019. (Melbourne, Australia)(SOLD)

Exhibited in Stroll, Stop and Stare at Toot Artspace from 1/8 – 18/8/2019.

Tree at Princess Street (2)

Tree at Princess Street (2), pencil on paper, 21 x 29.7 cm, 2019. (Melbourne, Australia)(SOLD)

Exhibited in Stroll, Stop and Stare at Toot Artspace from 1/8 – 18/8/2019.

Tree at Princess Street

Tree at Princess Street, pencil on paper, 21 x 29.7 cm, 2019. (Melbourne, Australia)(SOLD)

Exhibited in Stroll, Stop and Stare at Toot Artspace from 1/8 – 18/8/2019.

I Recycle myself

I Recycle myself, pencil on paper, 29.7 x 21 cm, 2019. (Melbourne)

Flower Bear

Flower Bear, pencil on paper, 29.7 x 21 cm, 2019. (Melbourne)

Entrance

Entrance, graphite on paper, 12.7 x 22.8 cm, 2018. (Melbourne, Australia)

Exhibited in The Fictional Days at Melbourne City Library from 21 Nov – 13 Dec 2018. 

Chinese ink landscape painting, imaginary landscape, imaginary place

Islands

Islands, watercolour and pencil on paper, 20.3 x 25.4 cm, 2017. (Melbourne, Australia)

The Stranded Boat Became an Island

The Stranded Boat Became an Island, watercolour and pencil on Japanese paper, 20.5 x 29 cm, 2017. (Auckland)

Displayed in the solo exhibition The Moving Landscapes (16/3 – 13/4/2017) at Studio One, Auckland.

Still Life. Monday Morning

Still Life. Monday Morning, watercolour on paper, 53 x 73 cm, 2016. (Melbourne)(SOLD)

Waiting in the Center of the Islands

Waiting in the Center of the Islands, watercolour and pencil on Japanese paper, 20.5 x 29 cm, 2017. (Auckland)

Displayed in the solo exhibition The Moving Landscapes (16/3 – 13/4/2017) at Studio One, Auckland.

The Barter Project (article)

I looked at the three brushes in my hand. Natsumi said, these brushes were from her grandpa. Her grandpa liked to create poetry, write calligraphy and make painting when he was alive. By passing down his brushes, he hoped that the young generation would carry on his spirit and will in creation.

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