London-based artist Alexandra Gromova talks about the rare optimism of her current work as it’s depicted in the liberation of colour and shape.
In this documentary the narrator, naturalist and pioneer David Attenborough, with his noteable and familiar voice, takes us through the unfolding decline of our planet’s biodiversity that has happened during his lifetime.
Florina Falce published her first book of poetry and reflections, Everything Else, in 2019. While she pursues her career in finance and enjoys the beauty of different cultures in different countries she has significant ties with, she remains committed to promoting life affirming and enriching values that find expression in various forms of art and through many inspiring souls @TheArtofEveryone.
Her dream is to contribute to the unity of the human bunch through various forms of artistic expression that reveal and promote beauty in harmony with, and inspired by, nature.
Breaking the Ice
Three readings to always come back to:
- Molière - for a timeless depiction of human society,
- Flowers for Algernon by Daniel Keyes - for a dose of compassion,
- The Overstory by Richard Powers - for a reminder of the unfolding environmental drama.
- One more for good measure: Middle England by Jonathan Coe.
Favourite food to trade a kingdom for:
Sarmale (a traditional Romanian dish made with pork mince and pickled cabbage and served with polenta and cream).