This week, the Russian Center for Science and Culture in Brussels opened an exhibition of the beloved Belgians of the artist, a jeweler from St. Petersburg Maria Mamkayeva and a sculptor from Moscow Tatyana Potapova.
The audience assisted beautiful views of beautiful, elegant, mysterious St. Petersburg and dynamic sculptures about the lightness and airiness of life in motion, where the characters dance, jump, play, simply, live!
“... my childhood's dreams are embodied in bronze: figure skating, ballet, gymnastics ... I could watch sports competitions on TV for hours. I admire these people, who, thanks to their efforts and determination, show us an image of incredible elegance and ease, but behind which there is a lot of work, ”Tatyana Potapova shares her inspirations.
Very quickly, the Belgian media, art collectors and galleries drew attention to the sculptures of Tatiana Potapova. Over the past few years, the artist's work has been presented at numerous exhibitions in Belgium.
The works of Maria Mamkayeva, a member of the Union of Artists of Russia and the Creative Union of Artists of Russia, are in private and museum collections in Russia and abroad, including the Hermitage and the Tsarskoyeselkoy collection. Since 2007, there has been an active exhibition activity, numerous awards and prizes from various competitions have been received, for example, “Image and form”, “Junwex”, etc.
The vernissage will last until April 30.
On April 25 there is an opportunity to take part in a master class in painting from Maria Mamkayeva and to decorate your space with paintings of your own art with views of the “White Nights” of the city on the Neva.
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