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Art Dolls by Sasha Khudyakova to be Displayed in Moscow
21.05.2014 13:19
Art Dolls by Sasha Khudyakova to be Displayed in Moscow

Elena Gromova Gallery opens an exhibition of works by the gifted art doll master Sasha Khudyakova today.

      Visitors will see unique images, which have resulted from the artist’s long time study and practice in the sphere of miniature sculpture.

      Sasha Khudyakova works in an original synthetic genre. In creating her works she experiments with form and design, as well as combination of materials. Her art dolls happen to combine such materials as clay, porcelain, plastic and various fabrics.

      The artist considers her work on creating anthropomorphic images with use of various decorative technologies to be Subsculpture. The word created by Sasha Khudyakova personally suits best to express the sophisticated blend of forms, constructions and materials.

      The main point in her creative manner is combining classics and modernity.

      The exhibition of her original art dolls will take place till June 8.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Exhibitions in Moscow Russian Sculpture Art Dolls   

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