Galina Glory
Galina Glory was born in Siberia, Russia. After graduating she worked as an actress in the Children's Theatre, which is based in the Siberian city Novokusnetsk. Galina lives in United Kingdom since March 1987. She then moved to a local radio station where she was a radio announcer and news reader which then progressed to presenting and editing a cultural programme. In London she did acting at BBC One, after finishing a program at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. She is a recognised author in Russia and has published books in Moscow, which include "Snowstorms and white lilies" a semi-autobiographical novel, "To learn the Alphabet" an educational book for children using poetry made and images of animals and birds and "Kill the Demon" a fictional work which is a mixture of real life, mystics and love. At the beginning of 2002 she started painting and took private lessons from the artist, Israe Zohar, who advised her to pursue a professional career. Galina has had two very successful exhibitions in St. John's Wood in London in 2004 and 2005. Auction, at Ansbacher Bank, February 2007, ten of her paintings were sold. Her works are in private collections in the USA, France, Russia, and England. Her art works are selling in the "hang:ups" Art Gallery in St.John's Wood, and in Gallery "Hey Hill", in Mayfair. Galina draws inspiration from her dreams, she feels that most of the time life is very black and white and enjoys filling it with colour. She has been based in the United Kingdom since 1987. She is member of The International Art Foundation.
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