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Painting Exhibition of Marina Kaverzina Opens in St. Petersburg
15.11.2013 21:10
Painting Exhibition of Marina Kaverzina Opens in St. Petersburg

November 16 will see the opening of the Invisible Dust exhibition by Marina Kaverzina in the State Academic Chapel.

      Marina Kaverzina is an artist member of the Pushkinskaya-10 Art Center.

      Release gesture, expressional dynamics, and the ecstasy of pure color energy. Strokes not with a thin brush, but with a mop, a hand, or a rag soaked in paint. The surface gets depth, paint turns into light, and canvass borders start pulsating. Work with powerful active color masses, transformation into vibrating light resonant shapes...

      Paintings by Marina Kaverzina are kept in museums and private collections of Russia, Spain, France, Germany, the USA, England, Israel, Finland, Denmark, and Austria.

      The exhibition will run till November 30 at the address 20, Moyka River Embankment.

Author: Vera Ivanova

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