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Beti Bricelj

Born in 1974 in Postojna, Slovenia, Beti Bricelj graduated from College of Visual Arts in Ljubljana in 2000 and continued her education in Australia where she participated in a research study of the Aboriginal culture organized by the Department of Aboriginal Affairs, Adelaide, South Australia.

Since 2002 Bricelj has been a member of the Slovenian Association of Fine Arts Societies and her work has been published in various international catalogues and books of contemporary art since then.

Bricelj’s work is based on a modular principle of multiplication of the chosen geometric form onto a certain picture surface which is not always even but it incorporates itself through the alternation of its determinants in the process of verifying the relationship between form and colour.

Beti Bricelj exhibited in public and private show in the UK, Slovenia among other European countries and overseas in Australia, Israel, India and including the renowned Museum of Geometric and MADI Art in Dallas Texas, USA, where she received a price at their biennial: Origins in geometry in 2017.

Due to the architectural quality of her artwork, she was hired and commissioned to design the front of the Epicenter B2 Trade and Business Center in Postojna. In 2013 she received Recognition for High Quality Artwork from the International Fine Arts Festival Kranj – ZDSLU.