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"13th World Cultural Art Symposium" Held
Cecilia Wilde

The Embassy of the Plurinational State of Bolivia is pleased to inform that on Nov. 4, 2015 the Ambassador of Bolivia Guadalupe Palomeque jointly with the ambassadors of Poland, Georgia, Dominican Republic participated in the closing ceremony of the “13th Annual World Cultural Art Symposium” held from Oct. 1 to Nov. 4, 2015 in the small city of Boryong, South Chungcheong Province about three hours by car from Seoul.

The topic of this year event was entitled: “Cultural Art and Peace between Man and Mother Nature”. It gathered painters from Bolivia, Dominican Republic, Bulgaria, Poland, Iraq and the Republic of Korea; while the sculpture artists came from Georgia, Poland, Russia, the Republic of Korea, Kenya, and China.

From Bolivia, Cecilia Wilde, one of the most prominent contemporary painter of the country was selected by the Mosam Art Museum for her paintings on Jalq’a textiles, one of the cultures of Bolivia.

During her stay at the Museum, which is located in the small city of Mosam of around 100 thousand people, Cecilia produced seven paintings for the Museum; one of them will permanently stay at it with the Bolivian flag.

At the closing ceremony held on Nov. 4, Cecilia Wilde spoke on behalf of the artists to a selected concurrence of ambassadors and local Korean authorities. At her speech, she thanked all the organizers for the time she spent at the Museum.

She assured that from now her paintings will be influenced by her rich experience as she had the opportunity to work with diverse artists that were part of this wonderful opportunity that the Mosan Art Museum gave to all of them.

Cecilia Wilde received national awards and held exhibitions in various countries throughout the world. She graduated from the fine arts department of the San Andres University in La Paz, Bolivia. She studied in the Sorbonne, France and in the workshops of internationally famous artists.

Her paintings were displayed in America: Washington DC, USA, 2001; Ottawa, Canada, 2002; Mexico DF (Mexico), 2002 and Santiago de Chile, Chile, 1996. In Europe: Madrid, Spain, 1995; she was invited to Lichtenstein to work in the pictorial workshops, 1995. In Asia, National Gallery of Taiwan, ROC, 1996; Art Gallery of Tsereteli, Moscow, Russian Federation 2007, New Manezh, Moscow, Russian Federation 2008.






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