Description Caffe latte (in Italian- meaning coffe milk) is a coffee drink made with espresso and steamed milk. Northern Europe and Scandinavia have traditionally used the term 'Cafu lait' for espresso and milk, although in the US this term is used for brewed coffee and scalded milk. Increasingly common in the United States and Europe, latte art has led to the stylization of coffee making, and the creation of what is now a popular art form. Created by pouring steaming, and mostly frothed, milk into the coffee, that liquid is introduced into the beverage in such a way that patterns are distinguishable on the top of coffee. Popular patterns can include hearts, flowers, trees and other forms of simplistic representations of images and objects.
Dragica MICKI FORTUNA, Ljubljana Member Since January 2011 Artist Statement "At my age, I can be so crazy creative as I want to be"
Born in Ljubljana, Slovenia. She attended the University of Ljubljana, postgraduate studies from chemical science and graduated from economics.
After retirement, attended lectures at the Academy of fine arts and design in Ljubljana, and attended the advanced courses in drawing and painting.
In the paintings she reflects an optimist by nature and leon by horoscope.
She practices drawing by pastel, painting by acryl and mixed technique, she occupy oneself with photography and recently with digital art. She is currently devoted to her passion for encaustic paintings
She presenting her art works at individual and collective exhibitions at home and abroad.