Slovenski magazin

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Ivana Kobilca velja za največjo slovensko slikarko. Kofetarica, ki je tudi osrednji lik nove podobe naše oddaje, velja za njeno najljubše likovno delo. Temne, rembrandtsko upodobljene skrivnostne stare gospe se je oprijela oznaka slovenska Mona Liza. Alan Hranitelj je vrhunski kostumograf. Njegove kreacije so umetnine, ki so zaznamovale številne slovenske in tuje operne ter gledališke predstave. Slikarka Ejti Štih živi in ustvarja v Boliviji že skoraj 40 let. Velja za najprepoznavnejšo slikarko in galeristko Južne Amerike. Vsako leto pa se rada vrača v svojo prvo domovino, v Slovenijo, na Bled. Greben nad vasjo Jamnik velja za izjemno razgledno točko, cerkev na njegovem vrhu pa za najbolj fotogenično v Sloveniji. Na Jamnik prihajajo fotografi z vsega sveta, da bi ujeli čudovite poglede na Kamniško-Savinjske Alpe in Karavanke s cerkvico v ospredju. Streha sveta – Himalaja je svet, ki že dolgo časa pooseblja človekove sanje in drznost. Začetke te uspešne poti so tlakovali moški, a so se jim v 80. letih pridružile tudi alpinistke. *** Ivana Kobilca is hailed as the greatest Slovenian woman painter. Her Woman Drinking Coffee, which is the central character in the new image of our show, is believed to have been her favourite. The dark, Rembrandt-like, mysterious old lady has been nicknamed the Slovenian Mona Lisa. Alan Hranitelj is an outstanding costume designer. His creations are true works of art that have embellished countless opera and theatre performances in Slovenia and abroad. Painter Ejti Štih has been living and working in Bolivia for almost 40 years. She is considered the most recognisable painter and gallerist of South America. Every year she likes to return to Slovenia – her original homeland – and to Bled. The ridge above the village of Jamnik is an exceptional vantage point, and the church at its top, the most photogenic in Slovenia. Photographers from all over the world come to Jamnik to capture the beautiful panorama of the Kamnik and Savinja Alps and the Karavanke mountain range with the church featured in the foreground. The roof of the world – the Himalayas – has long personified man’s dreams and courage. At the beginning, this path of success was paved by men, but in the 1980s, they were joined by their female counterparts.

Slovenski magazin

Slovenski magazin

Ivana Kobilca velja za največjo slovensko slikarko. Kofetarica, ki je tudi osrednji lik nove podobe naše oddaje, velja za njeno najljubše likovno delo. Temne, rembrandtsko upodobljene skrivnostne stare gospe se je oprijela oznaka slovenska Mona Liza. Alan Hranitelj je vrhunski kostumograf. Njegove kreacije so umetnine, ki so zaznamovale številne slovenske in tuje operne ter gledališke predstave. Slikarka Ejti Štih živi in ustvarja v Boliviji že skoraj 40 let. Velja za najprepoznavnejšo slikarko in galeristko Južne Amerike. Vsako leto pa se rada vrača v svojo prvo domovino, v Slovenijo, na Bled. Greben nad vasjo Jamnik velja za izjemno razgledno točko, cerkev na njegovem vrhu pa za najbolj fotogenično v Sloveniji. Na Jamnik prihajajo fotografi z vsega sveta, da bi ujeli čudovite poglede na Kamniško-Savinjske Alpe in Karavanke s cerkvico v ospredju. Streha sveta – Himalaja je svet, ki že dolgo časa pooseblja človekove sanje in drznost. Začetke te uspešne poti so tlakovali moški, a so se jim v 80. letih pridružile tudi alpinistke. *** Ivana Kobilca is hailed as the greatest Slovenian woman painter. Her Woman Drinking Coffee, which is the central character in the new image of our show, is believed to have been her favourite. The dark, Rembrandt-like, mysterious old lady has been nicknamed the Slovenian Mona Lisa. Alan Hranitelj is an outstanding costume designer. His creations are true works of art that have embellished countless opera and theatre performances in Slovenia and abroad. Painter Ejti Štih has been living and working in Bolivia for almost 40 years. She is considered the most recognisable painter and gallerist of South America. Every year she likes to return to Slovenia – her original homeland – and to Bled. The ridge above the village of Jamnik is an exceptional vantage point, and the church at its top, the most photogenic in Slovenia. Photographers from all over the world come to Jamnik to capture the beautiful panorama of the Kamnik and Savinja Alps and the Karavanke mountain range with the church featured in the foreground. The roof of the world – the Himalayas – has long personified man’s dreams and courage. At the beginning, this path of success was paved by men, but in the 1980s, they were joined by their female counterparts.