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Ida Ivanka Kubler: Revelations on How to Hold on to Your Tabby

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International artist Ida Ivanka Kubler was born in Haskovo, Bulgaria in 1978.  She studied at the National Academy of Arts in Sofia, Bulgaria; at the University of Applied Arts in Bielefeld, Germany and at Chelsea College of Arts in London, UK. For the creation of her artworks and fulfilling clients’ commissions, Ida travelled and had studios in Bulgaria, the UK, Norway, Germany, France, Italy and the USA. Her artworks found home in the UK, Guernsey, France, Spain, Germany, India, Australia, Norway and the USA.  Ida works and lives in New York.

About our discussion she says:

Tabby is the pattern name of tigers and cats.

Each tabby pattern is unique for each individual being.

Tabby symbolically represents the individual design each being is born with or the imprint developed throughout its life.

The positive pattern is the “I”, the negative pattern are the others or the environment. Although named “negative” it is just to fill out the spaces in the positive pattern.

As an artist I embrace when individuals hold on to their wishes and desires in shaping themselves and the environment around them.

Desires and phantasies are genuine and real.