Luella Beck, an architect by profession, has shown a keen inclination for expressing herself artistically ...
... from a very young age. Decisive to make the best out of her natural talent, she has undertaken uninterrupted studies in art and her style was influenced by the tutorship of various established Maltese artists, namely Alfred Camilleri, Charles Cassar, Jessica DeBattista, Harry Alden and John Martin Borg.
Always willing to experiment with various media and techniques in painting, her paintings are varied yet all connected through the elements of her unmistakable style. Her portfolio is varied and includes subjects such as portraits, studies of the human form, landscapes, abstractions and geometric experimentation, always, however, depicting her scrupulous attention to detail. Having attended figure classes and studied in detail the human form, figure drawing as well as portraiture figure profusely among her works.
Luella's studies in architecture, particularly in the field of design, have added a further depth of meaning and perception to her artworks, particularly when these deal with architectural details as well as in abstract painting. Luella has also participated in a number of collective exhibitions held locally.
Her work can be seen at https://www.facebook.com/LuellaBeckArt