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 "...the primary talent of an artist is his ability to step away from the externalities of the thing and, disregarding its outer form, gaze into its innerness and perceive its essence, and to be able to convey this in his painting. Thus the object is revealed as it has never before been seen, since its inner content was obscured by secondary things. The artist exposes the essence of the thing he portrays, causing the one who looks at the painting to perceive it in another, truer light, and to realize that his prior perception was deficient.

 And this is one of the foundations of man's service of his Creator."

  (freely-translated excerpt from a letter by the  Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson dated 24 Adar II, 5711 (March 8, 1951) as it appears on chabad.org)

 Luba Ahuva Perlov was born in Odessa, Ukraine in artistic family (both her parents are fashion designers).

 She began to show her talents since being 2 years old. Later she  attended an Art School for talented students for four years.

 She continued her art education for additional four years in Odessa's Pedagogical University on Art & Graphics Faculty.

 In 1990 she moved to Israel,  where she was graduated by Design College Emek Izrael.

  She working in different stiles and techniques as oil, gouache, watercolor and more. She is talented portraitist. Her works adore private collections in Russian Federation, United States, Canada and Israel.

 She also worked as art instructor, crafts instructor and children art educator.

 As illustrator she had illustrated more than 30 children and youth books, CD’s and audio tapes covers. Her beautiful illustrations to "Tell Me A Story" series of 16 full colored books of Menucha Fuchs made her a great success. Seven of this books was translated into English and became bestsellers in United States :

"Donny Duckling Finds a Friend"

"Gavriel and the Golden Garden" 

"Now Dovy Bear Can Wait"

"Who Will be King of the Jungle?"

"Shira the Sheep Loses Her Way"

"Levi & the Little Loaf"

"Proud to Be Prickly"

"Judaica Press" about this books:

 "The Tell Me A Story series, by world-renowned author Menucha Fuchs, teaches children practical lessons through insightful, beautifully illustrated parables. "

Judaism.com about her illustrations:

 "Lively, bright illustrations are full of details."

 In 2004 the artist moved with her family to California, United States. Currently Luba Ahuva Perlov is working on her new projects. 

But with all success her best masterpieces are her own kids :)