The picturesque Talsi has always inspired creative people. Not only have old masters from Talsi but also artists well known across Latvia created wonderful Talsi landscapes in paintings, watercolors and graphic art. Talsi Region Tourist Information Centre presents Art Is Blooms in Talsi – a walking tour along the route of reproductions of paintings; these have been installed next to the depicted landscape; the tourist center also offers creative activities in the city.
The Talsi landscape tour will consist of works by Frédéric Fiebig, Erwin Wohlfeil, Konrāds Ubāns, Arnis Zupiņs, Ruta Opmane, Skaidrite Elksnite, Inars Helmuts, Lidija Auza, Vita Merca, Janis Andris Osis, Romis Bems, Valdis Buss, Andris Biezbardis, Ritma Lagzdiņa and Modris Sapuns in 19 places across the Talsi old town. The works of art have been selected in collaboration with the Talsi Region's main expert on art – Guna Millersone. The project was realised with the support of LMT Latvijai and Talsi Region Municipality.
Everyone can make art in Talsi by trying out engaging activities and visiting the creative people of Talsi. Groups can have a go at solving the painted large-format puzzles by Andrs Biezbārdis and Guna Millersone, the bow-tie and tie master class by sewing workshop Betolli, visit the Ciparnīca studio's Tals' keramik', try their hand in creating paintings in the marbling technique at the creative studio Galerija Art, as well as creating their own souvenir at the leather processing workshop in the Creative Yard of the Talsi Cultural Center!
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- Valdis Bušs (1924-2014)
- Vita Merca (1951)
- Skaidrite Elksnite (1929-2002) II
- Skaidrīte Elksnīte (1929-2002) I
- Rūta Opmane (1938) II
- Ruta Opmane (1938) I
- Romis Bēms (1927-1993)
- Ritma Lagzdiņa (1945)
- Modris Sapuns (1979)
- Lidija Auza (1914-1989)
- Konrāds Ubāns (1891-1983)
- Jānis Andris Osis (1943)
- Inārs Helmūts (1934)
- Frédéric Fiebig (1885-1953) III
- Frédéric Fiebig (1885-1953) II
- Frédéric Fiebig (1885-1953) I
- Erwin Wohlfeil (1900-1991)
- Arnis Zupiņš (1926-2002)
- Andris Biezbārdis (1950)