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Gülçin Anmaç

Gülçin Anmaç

She was born in Germany. She graduated from The Department of Anthropology of Istanbul University, Turkey. She completed her Master’s in Preservation of Cultural Heritage at Kadir Has University, Turkey. During her undergraduate years, she took art history  and  painting  courses  and started her studies in illumination art and miniature painting under Cahide Keskiner. She successfully completed, the Traditional Turkish Handicrafts Course that was organized by The Ministry of Culture and Tourism of Republic of Turkey. She then continued her studies in miniature painting with Nusret Colpan. Over the years, she briefly worked on traditional jewelry techniques with Mehmet Kabas. She received from The Ministry of Culture and Tourism the title “Traditional Turkish Handicraft Artist and Intangible Cultural Heritage Representative” by virtue of her accomplishments in illumination art and miniature painting.

She attended multiple international art festivals and more than hundred exhibitions held in various cities throughout the world. Ms. Anmac has had her artwork printed in more than fifty publications. She has designed numerous miniature paintings in the past and continues to design for documentaries, magazines, books, charters, brochures, awards, tiles, jewelries  and  animation  studies.   She  gave  art  trainings  in  different started her studies in illumination art and miniature painting under Cahide Keskiner. She successfully completed, the Traditional Turkish Handicrafts Course that was organized by The Ministry of Culture and Tourism of Republic of Turkey. She then continued her studies in miniature painting with Nusret Colpan. Over the years, she briefly worked on traditional jewelry techniques with Mehmet Kabas. She received from The Ministry of Culture and Tourism the title “Traditional Turkish Handicraft Artist and Intangible Cultural Heritage Representative” by virtue of her accomplishments in illumination art and miniature painting. She attended multiple international art festivals and more than hundred exhibitions held in various cities throughout the world. Ms. Anmac has had her artwork printed in more than fifty publications. She has designed numerous miniature paintings in the past and continues to design for documentaries, magazines, books, charters, brochures, awards, tiles, jewelries  and  animation  studies.  She  gave  art  trainings  in  different  organizations and served as a jury. Her original miniature paintings are presented in private and public collections worldwide.

Currently, she works as an instructor at Bahariye Mevlevihanesi’s Art Studios, Üsküdar Municipality Balaban Tekkesi Cultural Center, Albaraka Academy of Art and continues her personal art works in her studio in Istanbul.

Artist Statement  

The miniatures, which add color to the manuscripts with their engraved lines, magical colors, fine detailed drawings, and the story they tell, have become paintings that are hung on the walls by preserving the craftsmanship and philosophy of art, but in larger sizes.

For miniature in our previous resources; for those who make embroidery, picture art and miniatures; For the place where this art is practiced, the words nakkaşhane etc. are included.

In our Turkish miniature art, we see works based on observation and documentation, everything is drawn correctly but avoiding drawing exactly, abstraction is used in great harmony, the use of perspective is limited, every object is wrapped with nuanced tahrir, colors are clear and vivid. With these features, miniature art makes it possible to describe a subject fully and realistically

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