Since there is so much destruction in the world, artist Ildze Ose dedicates a large part of her professional career to painting flowers. Each of her paintings reflects intangible tenderness, mesmerizing beauty, and magic. It is intrusive for the attentive researcher of this rich nature's source in the art world. Ildze loves to play with scales, patterns, and colors. Ildze has a wide international experience, which enriches her diverse expression of floral scenes.
After her studies in Baltic International Academy Graphic Design Department, followed by the Art Academy of Latvia in Functional design, she followed her calling to live in the Alps in Switzerland. There she obtained a new experience and discovered the wild nature and the mystery of the Swiss Alps.
Solitude and connection with nature taught Ildze a lot about the animal world and the cyclic life of flowers. Why one of the animals, the fox, took a special place in her heart, wet can only guess. Observing and communicating with foxes, Ildze created many beautiful paintings demonstrating the grace and beauty of this animal.
Parallel, dedicating her life to painting, Ildze studies the world of flowers how special and complex each of them is.
2021 - Furniture & Design Isle, Kipsala Exhibition Hall, Riga, Latvia
2021 - Embracing The Two Seas, Puerta Blues, Sitges, Barcelona, Spain
2021 - Inspirations, Vina Studija, Riga, Latvia
2020 - Furniture & Design Isle, Kipsala Exhibition Hall, Riga, Latvia
2020 - Flower Portraits, Museum of Talsi/Slokenbeka Manor/ Latvia
2020 - Inspirations, Jaunpils Castle/Lauciene exhibition hall, Latvia
2019 - Over The Mountains, Talsi, Latvia
2018 - artist stand at 'Montreux Art Gallery', Montreux, Switzerland
2018 - Bloom. Always., Jaunmoku Castle, Latvia
2017 – artist stand at 'Montreux Art Gallery', Montreux, Switzerland
Ildze’s paintings are in private collections around the world:
Australia, Austria, France, Germany, Latvia, Netherlands, Norway, Switzerland, United Kingdom, United States of America, and Taiwan.
Ildzes femininity charms inspire and reflect through her paintings.