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International Water Color Exhibition Kicks Off in Izmailovo Kremlin
4.05.2016 21:58
International Water Color Exhibition Kicks Off in Izmailovo Kremlin

The 1st International Water Color Exhibition "Peace through Art" has opened in the Art Kremlin Gallery of the Izmailovo Kremlin.

      The exhibition has brought together the best water colour artists from around the world.

      29 water color masters from 19 countries are taking part in the event.  Sergey Temerev, Ilya Ibryaev, Sergey Kurbatov, Olga Shakleina, and Konstantin Sterkhov (all from Russia), Ali Abbas Syed (Pakistan), Eugen Chisnicean (Moldova), Igor Sava (Italy), Keiko Tanabe (USA-Japan), La Fe (Thailand), Atanur Dogan (Canada), Stanislaw Zoladz (Sweden), Joe Dowden (England), Jonathan Kwegyir Aggrey (Ghana), Pablo Ruben Lopez Sanz (Spain), and Sergey Lysy (Lithuania) are among them.

      They are active participants of numerous biennial exhibitions and art festivals worldwide and winners of medals, prizes and diplomas, hosts of personal exhibitions and creative master classes, as well as art teachers.

      The exhibition runs till May 30, 2016.




Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: International Water Color Exhibition Art Exhibitions Exhibitions in Moscow Izmailovo Kremlin  

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