Greens of the crop field, prattle of groove,
Lark’s tremble in the sky,
Summer rain and sparkles on the water,-
What’s one to add once mentions you?
How else to praise you, spring, when soul comes to life?
V. Zhukovskiy, 1831
‘Forefeeling the Spring’, new Tula Arts exhibition opened on February 20 in the Museum of samovars and bouliottes.
Spring, the time for creativity, artistic harmony and symphonies soaring… An artist to not be inspired by spring is hard to come by: each and every one will find a theme to thrill and excite and to bring it to life in their works.
Vivid colors, original techniques and individuality attracted multiple fans of arts and crafts to the exhibition in the Museum of samovars and bouliottes. Here you will find paintings, floral compositions, warm pottery and original dolls.
The following authors are exhibited:
Nadezhda Vazerova, famous certified artist and collagist, participant of international association ‘Florissima’ and participant of over 20 exhibitions in the museums of Tula region.
Tatiana Zheglova, artist and potter, participant of artistic exhibitions and festivals in Tula and Kaluga regions.
Alena Vasilieva, creator of boudoir dolls and participant of themed expo-saloons.
Ksenya Nazarova, artist, designer and participant of artistic exhibitions in Vasily Polenov and Isaac Levitan museums.
We hope that all exhibited works will please our guests with spring mood.
The exhibition is open