January - February artist: Lyudmila K. Romanov (1938-2020)
Lyudmila K. Romanov was born in a small village in the Vologda region of Russia and graduated from the Herzen State Pedagogical Institute in St. Petersburg, Russia in 1966 with a MA in Art and Art Teaching. Lyudmila worked in various fields before becoming an art teacher and eventually led to teaching studio at the Leningrad Children’s Palace.
Lyudmila and her family emigrated from the United States in 1991, and by 1993 they had settled in Plaistow, NH. Among her artworks are many tapestries, decorative dolls, and paintings in various media, as well as decorated ceramic, wooden plates, dishes, and eggs. As an accomplished artist as well as an art teacher, Lyudmila showed her beloved art pieces in multiple art exhibitions in Boston, Haverhill, and Newburyport.
Her artwork is presented by her husband, Andrey Romanov.
Please contact Julie Watt at the library for more information or to display your work: 603-329-6411