Liana Yaroslavsky was born in Leningrad and lived a young life filled with art, music, and end evenings at the Kirov Ballet. This connection with the Arts made her develop a connection with luxury, style and creativity that led her to become one of the most promising product designers of Eastern Europe.
She moved at an early age from Russia to Israel and, later, she left Israel to go to New York. She learned sculpting, painting, and graphic design at Parsons School of Design and joined the largest graphic arts studio in New York City after graduating. Then she promptly quit to marry a Frenchman and move to Paris. She became the artistic director at a graphic design agency there, and eventually created her own studio. And then as she wondered if someone would discover her, she discovered herself.
Liana had a Murano Chandelier in her home that she had fallen in love with, but she didn’t know what to do with it. One day, she decided to change her coffee table. She took the chandelier, turned it upside down, spread out the branches like flowers on a bed of 19th-century watercolors, put it all into a plexiglass cube and called it Alice. It was Liana’s first creation, and the start of the realization of her dream to create art.
After that Liana started creating amazing pieces of Art using Chandeliers. Liana’s work is a mix of paradoxes and sophistication, of baroque and a contemporary vision. She captures the story of each object she uses in each of her pieces and tells instinctively her very own story at the same time. Liana’s cosmopolitan universe and culture are reflected in her collections. She is one of the Top Light Artists of the World and a name to be reckoned with!
Learn more about Liana Yaroslavsky at www.lianayar.com
DO YOU KNOW WHO ALSO PRODUCES AMAZING CHANDELIERS?
This is the incredible McQueen Chandelier II by LUXXU. Made of hammered brass leaves and Swarovski crystals, it’s a stunning piece that can be both feminine and very bold at the same time, just like the designs of the late Alexander McQueen.
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