Monte-Carlo Art Factory Presents New Work By Zoia Skoropadenko

MONTE-CARLO, Monaco, Dec. 17, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ Monte-Carlo Art Factory, Royal patent holder of His Serene Highness Prince of Monaco, is pleased to present Zoia Skoropadenko's luxury limited edition illustrated porcelain, featuring iconic views of magical Monaco.

From the glitz of the Monte-Carlo casino, to the majesty of the Royal Palace, across the legendary Monaco marina and along the romantic streets of the second smallest country in the world, Zoia draws a common glamorous thread capturing the enchantment of Monte-Carlo.

Produced by Porcelain de Limoges, this is the third Monaco themed series created by Zoia Skoropadenko for Monaco Art Factory

No more than 100 of each of these limited edition porcelain pieces will ever be produced and will go on sale in Monaco's boutiques and for a limited time, online at the Monaco Art Factories website. ( )(

Every piece comes with a certificate of authenticity.

Guaranteed to be ultra rare collectibles, these delicate porcelain cups and plates will go on sale for Christmas 2014 in time for lovers of Monaco to snap up presents and mementos for the holiday season.

More about Monaco Art Factory.

Monegasque company Monte-Carlo Art Factory is an owner of the trademark "Porcelain Art Monaco and Monte Carlo,". Founded in 1958, Monte Carlo Art Factory is working with and for companies and individuals on customized products, gift ideas and decoration, using all possible media such as porcelain, glass, metal ...

Also Monte Carlo Art Factory offers excellent products created on its demand by international artists. The Limited Artistic Edition is produced with great care on the finest materials, gold, leather, porcelain from Limoges.

Thanks to its collaboration with artists, Monte Carlo Art Factory, is therefore able to offer more and more exceptional products, authentic, original, often in limited edition and signed by the artists.

More about Zoia Skoropadenko:

Zoia Skoropadenkois an artist living and working in Monaco. A graduate she studied at the Art School.
While she studied journalism at the Franko National University, she produced many illustrations for the newspapers and publishing industry.
After moving to France and Monaco Zoia has worked with artists such as Arman (Fernandez), Nall (Hollis), as well as with institutions such as Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Nice.

She is a UNESCO recognized artist as well as member of ADAGP. Few years ago Monaco government granted her the official status of an Artist-Painter of Monaco.

Zoia had numerous art shows around Europe including major exhibitions of her series TORSO in London, Monaco and Council of Europe in Strasbourg last year

Media Contact: Christine Kostaras, Monte-Carlo Art Factory, + 377 93 50 59 24,

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