Noêmia Pires Lemos,Brazil
Artist:Noêmia Pires Lemos,Brazil
She was born in a small town of Capetinga-MG until his 20 years.
Doughter of Fani
Pires Lemos and Antenor Palicer Lemos,6 brothers.
She has been married for 27 years with Nilton César, mother of 3 children and a granddaughter.
She was Born with the artistic gift developing. Winning in drawing contest and paintings. At
age 17 she began her studys about techniques and improve.
She studied data processing,pedagogy,art education,and specialized in art education.
Participated in several exhibitions in Brazil and also several countries such as: Portugal,in the cities
of Évora,Lisboa and Porto, Spain,Áustria, Vienna,England,London,Italy,Tunísia,Romania,Hungary,Norway,Dominican Republican, The Netherlands etc...
Today at 49 years of age she dedicates his spiritual life by pilgrimage,taking care
of his own bussines wich is real state, always updating in the knowledge of art as workshops,art reborn course and exhibitions.
Follow some of the paintings of this artist,who love's share the beautiful moments lived.
2013 – “College
Art – Brazilian International Art Circuit”, Cultural Club Tahar Haddad – Tunis, Tunisia - Trittici Cret Museum – Rome, Italy - Dominican Man Museum – Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic;
2014 – “College Art –
Brazilian International Art Circuit”, Latin America Institute – Viena, Austria - Clerken Well Gallery - London, England - Inimá de Paula Museum – Belo Horizonte-MG, Brazil;
2015 – “College Art – International
Circuit of Visual Arts”, Fundação José Rodrigues, Porto, Portugal – Bucarest – Romain;
2015 – “Extension Course on Visual Art – Brazilian and Portuguese Contemporary Art”, Museu Nacional da
República – Brasília-DF, Brazil;
2016 – “College Art – International Circuit of Visual Arts”, Union of Bulgarian Artists, Sofia, Bulgary – Brasilian Embassy, Oslo, Norway – Centro Cultural Bonreservas,
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.
2018 – “College Art – XXII International Circuit of Brasilian Art”, Associazione La Clessidra, Rome, Italy – Palais Schlick, Vienna, Austria – Primacialny Palac, Bratislava, Slovakia.