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Maria Liachovitskaya

The exhibition explores the contrast between two cultures. It is a journey from one remarkable and outstanding country to another, the countries which are different  in so many ways: climatically, historically, culturally and religiously ... and yet so alike in a strange spiritual way, so similar by an inner feeling of a humble observer. One country complementing the other and thus presenting a whole in same harmonic sensation as hot and cold, day and night, yin and yang.

Maria Liachovitskaya (b. 1995) is an artist from Lithuania, of Russian origin.
She had taken courses in Academic Institute of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture named by Ilya Repin in Saint-Petersburg  and afterwards studying in Russian academy of arts In Florence, Italy.

Having had exhibitions and workshops in Russia, Lithuania, Netherlands and Mexico, she feels like a citizen of the world. 
From an early age engaged in arts, Maria chooses oil painting as her main technique and calls her work impressionistic realism. However, in last two years Maria had illustrated several books for different authors, where she had practiced watercolor technique as well. 

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Later Event: 22 July
Anneli Nilsson