Lilian Canever is an artist who was born and lives in Sao Bernardo do Campo (São Paulo,Brazil). Lilian completed courses in art, decoration and sculpture. Her works captivate with its brightness and originality. Strict lines, unusual designs are surely attract your attention.
AP: Your first works. What did they look like?
LC: I took a great interest in art at young age. The world of color has been always fascinating me. So, I decided to develop my artistic taste. My father is a painter. I have always admired his old drawings. He keeps a notebook till now.
LC: I studied at EPA – Escola Panamericana de Artes, Oficina School of Arts and attended various courses at leisure – Paulista School of Art and Decoration.
AP: What genre are your works?
LC: All my art-works are devoted to contemporary art, each artist has its style. Over the time I discovered what most pleases me, and I improve my skills by constant drawing and painting.
LC: All my works are unique! Even if I try to copy one of them, I won’t be able to do that. It happens because every artist (when he draws and paints) always tries to express himself. Art is directly connected to your ego. I want people to appreciate my art-works and enter their magical world. Everyone is welcome to “travel” with me in the “movements”.
LC: I’m used to working with acrylic paint, oil, textures and plastic (PVC).
LC: I think, yes. A visual art is my profession.
AP: What is your success formula?
LC: There is no formula. There are only efforts to do a good job of expressing yourself. Self-development, e.g. participation in fairs and exhibitions, is also important in this professional area.
AP: Is there someone who helps you in your creativity?
LC: The family is the basis of emotional and professional life. Your family always accompanies you and follows your way. And that is always essential for me either in good and not so good times.
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