The Atom Club welcomes all to see Easter paintings by artists with experience in iconology.
In their works on the religious theme, they strive to bring iconological experience into everyday life.
The authors of the works are students of the Sunday school of the Solunsky Church and the art studio Blagovest (i.e. Chime).
Visitors to the exhibition will see about 50 topical paintings in tempera, watercolor or oil. The exposition will be complemented with the copies of the ornaments that were used for painting the churches in the Middle Ages. Still lifes and landscapes will be displayed as well. Some of the paintings were jointly created by a few artists, while others are individual artworks.
The entrance is free for all comers.
Where: the Atom Club at the address 20, bldg 2, Marshal Tukhachevsky Street, next to metro stations Oktyabrskoe Pole and Sorge, Moscow.
When: from April 1, to 2019, to April 30, 2019.
Open hours: 10 am to 9 pm.
History of Russian Icon Painting
Bright Holiday of Pascha, or Russian Easter
Traditions of Orthodox Bell Ringing
Author: Vera Ivanova