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Jūlija Eresko solo exhibition "SOS. Life Matters” Part II. Installation "Abandoned city".

On the second floor of the gallery MuseumLV, continues Julia Eresko's personal exhibition "SOS. Life Matters” Part II. The installation " Abandoned city' " illustrates the destructive action of our aggression against each other in everyday life and its role in the destruction of life on Earth. It is a call for peace, to look "for" and not "against" for the continuation of peaceful coexistence.
"We created installation 'Abandoned city' as a space, devastated with our own hands to demonstrate a result of human aggression. Created to evaluate the damage, to estimate the extent of the loss, to feel an impending disaster and to remember the instinct of self-preservation so, that it never happens to the real world. "JJ/2022

Description of installation

Stepping over the threshold, you enter a deserted city. As you walk down the silvery white floor of the narrow hallway, you freeze for a moment as you gaze at the cold neon illuminated red circle centered on what appears to be a simple key. A key whose turn gives the start command to the deadly SS-20 weapon. The photo of this rocket opens up to the full height of the room above the audience, allowing you to experience the terrifying moment of the launch of the rocket and make you raise your eyes higher to the edge of the concrete fence. This wall of Soviet times, surrounded by barbed wire rings, is recognizable by any adult Latvian. Its beauty and relevance is given by graffiti. The author of the whole artistic surface of the wall, is known not only in our country but also far beyond as an anonymous graffiti artist KIWIE. The genre of his art is street graffiti as a testimony of time and events, as a direct, open and loud artistic statement that cannot be missed. The expression, which cannot be passed by with your eyes closed, cannot remain indifferent, cannot be answered anonymously to itself, about its attitude towards this world. KIWIE listens to everyone, his art aimed on passers-by emotions awakening is recognizable and has to remain as a message to our children, prompts us to look for answers to the question: what each of us is creating to fill the Earth's noosphere with the will to live, to develop and to thrive.

About the artists of the project “SOS. Life matters.”

The project “Abandoned city.” brought together not just professionals, but truly like-minded artists, intellectuals, who try through their work to show that a world without people has no meaning, blind and soulless, useless and dead. Neon artist Jānis Brolišs, graffiti artist KIWIE with his artwork “Blind”, Vlad Černovs - the “System pulse” light installation, Alex Veingarts - a video work “Bunker” and “Eternal sunset”, the audiodizainer of the project - Ilya Kalinin took part in the creation of the installation “Abandoned city”.

“Portal”, “Event horizon”, “Key to pandora’s box”, “Life matters” are created by an artist, meistar of neon Janis Brolišs (neonlightroom). His objects, which are made of glass pipes and are installed into artist’s works, surprises with its complexity in working with fragile material, with the precision of execution of clear lines and the effect of the power of light left on the viewer. In four large - scale works glowing neon pipes create an illusion that opens a portal to artist’s cosmos, to the paralel reality that exists between light and darkness, while the key framed in a red circle that launches a deadly weapon becomes a key element in a worl-class catastrophe

Julija Eresko (JJ) received art education at the Boston Art Institute, the Riga College of Design and the British Academy of Art in Rome, majoring in painting and graphics. She developed her creativity in the field of visual arts, interior design and furniture design, has participated in numerous art exhibitions both in Riga, Jurmala, Daugavpils and outside Latvia. In 2017 Julia Eresko founded the Grata JJ cultural center and the MuseumLV art gallery in Riga (LV) and Switzerland, and in 2018 - the Grata Art Foundation, being the author and scenographer of countless projects of the MuseumLV gallery both in Latvia and abroad up to this day manages the gallery and cultural center Grata JJ.

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Personālizstāde. Ilze Preisa. "Metaforiskās spēles"

Solo show. Ilze Preisa. "Metaphorical games"
25.01.2023. – 22.03.2023.

Symbol is the key word for Ilze Preisa's artistic practice, which includes painting and graphics. This concept can be applied to all the elements we encounter in Preisa's art - the depicted objects and the colors used. They are combined in compositions full of surreality, which encourages the viewer to indulge in the excitement of translating the content of the works. Ilze Preisa uses Greek myth and biblical motifs in her works, but without setting specific boundaries for the understanding of the offered symbols. Often, the characters of biblical plots and ancient mythology in the modern context become accurate exponents of the current ideas of the era. The presence of mythological motifs, which we encounter in the works of Preisa, is a common phenomenon in modern art, indicating the timelessness of mythological themes. The works are dominated by references of the world's cultural heritage, but highlighting this or that plot, the artist emphasizes personal stories that are important to her. Through mythological characters, the artist talks about human nature, human qualities - passion, betrayal, anger, love. Human nature does not change. Consequently, the associations created by these images are perfectly useful for highlighting one or another aspect of human nature.
In the art of Ilze Preisa, the iconography includes a wide variety of images - a bull, a symbol of power and the strength of the earth, which causes tension with its presence of power, a dress as a symbol of transformation and disguise suggests with its irritating energy, exotic birds, which are beautiful and scary at the same time, the beautiful Medea, whose head is decorated the elegant snakes that repel and tempt at the same time, the curtain that covers the unknown space and encourages you to make a decision - to open it to view or not, cats with wings - the effective symbols of power. A significant element in almost every work of this exhibition is the black-and-white floor arranged in a checkerboard pattern, where we recognize well-known environments in the history of art, from Renaissance rooms to today's modern rooms. This element tends to combine the works of the exhibition into one story consisting of many continuations.
An important element of Ilze Preisa's art is color, which the artist organically incorporates into her theory of symbols. It is almost impossible to determine which of the elements used in artistic practice more accurately expresses the symbolic message of Preisa's artworks - color or the depicted object. Ideally, they complement each other and live in perfect symbiosis.
I.P.: "The series of works Red/Black/White was created by reflecting on the events of recent years, what is happening in the world, around us and in Me.
I chose these three colors because, in my opinion, they best allow me to express this story, reveal my feelings and show my perspective on it. They are strong colors with versatile symbolism in art and culture. Colors that will always contrast with each other. Applying this spectrum of three colors and combining them in different variations, a different story is formed every time. This is my conversation with the viewer".
The exhibition exhibits lithographs made by Preisa, in which the artist continues the themes realized in the paintings, but thanks to the technique and black and white aesthetics, other intonations are formed. I.P: "In these works, I seem to rest myself, in this way also resting my mind from the saturation of the world's "colors".
Art scholar Diana Barčevska
In the exhibition "Metaphorical games" five musical compositions of the Swedish musician and composer Fredrik Carlquist (clarinet, saxophone) are played, which were inspired by the paintings of the painter Ilze Preisa. This music was played for the first time in Barcelona, at her exhibition “Metaphorical Space”.










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“Singers of Life”

"Sun Catchers"

We continue the autumn lecture season with a new communication format and invite you to a series of events for those who think, learn, are interested in life and creativity.
On November 12, Saturday, the lecturer of our gallery, Yulia Osipova, will talk about the Spanish Impressionists, their activities and the history of their movement in this country. At the end of the evening, a surprise awaits you - a small masterpiece that you will create with your own hands, using colors, to take home as a memory and impression of the encounter with impressionism.

When: November 12, Saturday
Time: 16:00.
Where: MuseumLV Gallery of Grata JJ Cultural Center
Participation fee: 30 euros. All materials are included in the ticket price. Subscription for 2 lectures - 50 euros, 5 lectures - 130 euros. The language of communication is Russian, Latvian, the language of the lecture is Russian.

Tickets can be purchased at the gallery, as well as

The Spanish followers of the great Impressionists were not only well educated, they went through the art schools of the leading European capitals and truly loved their homeland. It was this combination that so clearly distinguished the Spanish Impressionists. Mariano Fortuny, Santiago Rusinol, Ramon Casas, Ignacio Zuloaga and, of course, Joaquin Sorolla are no less significant representatives of impressionism than their French counterparts.

During the lecture, you will find answers to questions such as:
- Why did Mariano Fortuny become an idol for young artists?
- How did Santiago Rusinol go from a bright impressionist to one of the leaders of Catalan Art Nouveau?
- Who played a key role in the opening of the popular artistic cafe "Black Cat" in Barcelona?
- Why is Ramon Casas the Spanish Gustave Caillebotte?
- Who was the first graphic designer and author of advertising posters?
- Which of the Spanish Impressionists was fantastically popular in Europe and America?
- Why is Ignacio Zuloaga suspected of falsifying paintings for the Russian collector Ivan Shchukin?
- Why was one of the streets of Valencia named after Joaquin Sorolla during his lifetime?

In November, 4 more interesting lectures are waiting for you about the history of impressionism in France, Spain, Russia and the USA.
See you at the MuseumLV gallery on November 12!

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Lecture course at gallery MuseumLV "Great collectors and collections"

Lecture course at gallery MuseumLV "Great collectors and collections"

We are starting a new lecture course in the gallery MuseumLV. As always, we invite you to meet our lecturer Julia Osipova on Tuesday evenings to get to know the exciting world of art a little closer.


Paul Durand-Ruel and his impressionists.

A person who played a major role in the emergence of the term "contemporary art" and the trade in art dealership as a kind of activity. Thanks to him, Impressionism emerged, and artists such as Monet, Cezanne, Degas, Renoir, Pisarro were literally able to survive and have the opportunity to create their own masterpieces of painting.


Ambrose Volard – conductor of art.

20th century art became such only thanks to Ambruzzo Volar - one of the most influential art dealers in Paris at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries, a collector, art dealer, acquaintance, friend and patron of many masters of that time. The man who opened the world to Gogen, Van Gogh and Cezanne.


Pavel Tretyakov - a collection of a lifetime.

Great collector and gallery owner, trader, businessman, philanthropist. All his life he collected paintings by Russian artists. Having collected one of the largest collections of Russian art and a whole gallery of life portraits of his outstanding contemporaries, he presented a unique collection to his hometown. Having chosen the goal, he went to it without deviating from the intended path.


Sergei and Petr Shukini - collections of people in love with art.

The Shukin family owned one of the largest collections of works of art from around the world, marking the beginning of the collection of French modernist paintings at the Hermitage and the Pushkin Museum, as well as the Shukin Museum.

Sergei Shukin had three more brothers - the eldest Peter and two younger ones, Dmitry and Ivan. And they were all passionate collectors, their collections were of an equally high standard.

They were very different people, but they were all united by a love of beauty and severe trials of destiny, so strong that not everyone could stand them.


Ivan and Alexei Morozovs - collectors from the family of merchants.

The Morozov brothers had one of the richest collections of French Impressionists and Post-Impressionists in the world. At the beginning of the 20th century, both artists and gallery owners in Paris were looking forward to the arrival of Russian millionaire collectors in the capital. They collected the most iconic works of Picasso, Matisse, Gogen and Van Gogh.


Peggy Guggenheim is synonymous with the success of contemporary art.

The main patroness of artists of the twentieth century and a passionate collector, who has collected the best art collection of the first half of the last century, which includes works by Picasso, Pollock, Brancusi, Miro, Rothko, Giacometti and Duchamp. She was a human who actively and lovingly promoted abstract art, surrealism, and other innovations in 20th-century art. Without her, this century of painting would be completely different.


Georgi Kostaki - educated in avant-garde art.

Once in love with bright colors and bold forms, driven by intuition and passion, he made collecting avant-garde works the meaning of his life. Kostakis's collection is unique: there is no such collection of Russian and Soviet avant-garde in the Tretyakov Gallery, the Russian Museum, the Pompidou Center or the Guggenheim Museum. He is often compared to the main collectors of Russia - P. Tretyakov and I. Morozov, but his creative path was more unusual.

Where: Art Gallery MuseumLV, Andreja Pumpura Street, 2, Riga

Time: 18:50 - 20:30

Price of one lecture: 15, - €.

The subscription fee for 4 lectures is 50 €

Purchase of a subscription for 4 lecture blocks for a friendly price of 50, - € is possible only BEFORE THE BEGINNING OF THE COURSE and only directly in the gallery.

 Please purchase tickets in advance by paying for the ticket • in the gallery • by bank transfer • SIA “Biļešu Serviss”. Ticket sales for each lecture end 2 working days before the event.

To confirm payment and your participation in the event, please call us in advance at 25409000 or write to info@museumlv.com in advance

More information:

We are starting a new lecture course in the gallery MuseumLV. As always, we invite you to meet our lecturer Julia Osipova on Tuesday evenings to get to know the exciting world of art a little closer.

Next Tuesday, April 5, we are waiting for you for the first lecture from the cycle "Great Collectors and Collections"

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Lecture course at MuseumLV gallery "Teacher - Student"

Who taught Korovin, Botticelli, Van Dyck and Titian? Can a gifted "nugget" succeed on his own, or is a guiding creator needed? Can a brilliant teacher create a brilliant artist from an ordinary student?

In Russia, Ilya Repin - one of the pillars of Russian painting - manifested itself especially clearly in realism. But his students - V. Serov, K. Makovsky, N. Feshin - became the founders of Russian impressionism and conquered Europe.

In Florence, the adventurous artist Filippo Lippi little Sandro Botticelli considered a talented artist. Botticelli, in turn, taught painting to his son Lippi. So much so that they still argue about the authorship of some works!

In Antwerp, a boy named Anthony van Dyck entered the workshop of a famous Flemish artist. From that moment began an incredible story of work and lifelong friendship.

In Venice, a detective story unleashed about the authorship of the incomparable artists G. Bellini and A. Mantegna. And later, their students made a revolution in painting. One brought the color to the absolute, and the other left to conquer Spain.

To Your attention - the most striking examples of the fateful meetings of famous creators.

March 1. Repin - Serov - Makovsky - Kustodiev - Malyavin - Somov - Feshin. Realism - Impressionism - St. Petersburg - Moscow - Paris - Slava Mamontov.

March 15. Filippo Lippi - Sandro Botticelli - Filippino Lippi. Italian Renaissance - Florence - Medici dynasty.

March 22. Rubens - Van Dyck - Jacob Jordaens. Baroque - Antwerp - Flemings - innovators.

March 29. Giovanni Bellini - Andrea Mantegna - Titian - El Greco. Early Italian Renaissance - Republic of Venice - Padua - Madrid - Toledo.

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Lekciju kurss MuseumLV galerijā "Krievu mākslas vēsture"

Cienījamie galerijas MuseumLV draugi, Akadēmijas GRATA klausītāji

Mēs nonācām pie secinājuma, ka nav jēgas ilgāk gaidīt “labākus laikus”, tāpēc nolēmām riskēt un atsākt bezsaistes sanāksmes un cerēt, ka rudenī komunikācija nebūs ierobežota. Visiem mūsu klausītājiem, kuri mūs atbalsta šajā idejā, paziņojam, ka 21. septembrī sāksim ar ekskluzīvu kursu, ko īpaši jums sagatavojusi mūsu pastāvīgā pasniedzēja, padomniece mākslas jautājumos Jūlija Osipova.

Mūsu kurss palīdzēs jums 15 lekciju laikā izpētīt krievu mākslas sarežģīto attīstības ceļu, sākot no XI gadsimta līdz pat mūsdienām, tiks stāstīts par krievu mākslinieku attiecībām ar citu tautu kultūrām, kā tas ietekmēja viņu darbu, kā arī sniegs jums ieskatu vēsturiskajos procesos, kas ietekmēja šīs senās zemes kultūras un mākslas attīstību.

Mēs jūs iepazīstināsim ar antīkiem un bizantiskiem motīviem senajā krievu mākslā, pieminēsim Teofānu un Andreju Rubļevu, uzzināsim vārda "parsuna" nozīmi un šīs tendences attīstību, runāsim par Fjodoru Rokotovu, Vladimiru Borovikovski, Dmitriju Levitski, Alekseju Venecianovu un Pāvelu Fedotovu, kas ir sava laika izcilākie gleznotāji. Triju lekciju laikā mēs ceļosim kopā ar "Ceļojošās mākslas izstāžu biedrību" jeb “Peredvižņikiem”, kas ir Šiškins, Kuindži, Poļenovs, Levitāns, Perovs, Kramskojs, Repins, Surikovs, Vereščagins. Uzzināsim, kā radās Vrubela modernisma pasaule, u.c. Nepalaidīsim garām arī "krievu gadalaikus" un to veidotājus. Mēs uzzināsim vairāk par Natālijas Gončarovas un Mihaila Larionova krievu primitīvismu, Ļubovas Popovas, Varvaras Stepanovas un Olgas Rozanovas avangardu, un jūs gaida atsevišķa lekcija arī par suprematismu, konstruktīvismu, sociālistisko reālismu kā oficiāliem vizuālās mākslas virzieniem, tad pāriesim pie pagrīdes mākslas (andergrounds), apkopojot konceptuālismu un sociālo mākslu - noslēpumaino un intelektuālo 20.gs. stilu. Saskarsimies arī ar Anatolija Zvereva, Vladimira Jakovļeva, Oskara Rabina, Ernsta Neizvestnija,  Dmitrija Krasnopevceva, Emīlijas un Iļjas Kabakovu, Viktora Pivovarova, Ērika Bulatova, Komara un Melamīda likteņiem.

Ceļojums mākslas un apgaismības pasaulē kļuva iespējams, pateicoties mūsu pastāvīgajai lektorei, mākslas padomniecei Jūlijai Osipovai, kura sagatavos un vadīs šo kursu tikai un vienīgi galerijas MuseumLV draugiem sadarbībā ar kultūras centru Grata JJ. Mūsu pastāvīgie klausītāji, kuri jau ir samaksājuši, bet neizmantoja savu biļeti epidemoloģisko ierobežojumu dēļ gandrīz pirms gada (ak Dievs!), un kas palika mums uzticīgi, mēs dodam bezmaksas ieeju PIRMAJĀ lekcijā, un iegādātās biļetes var izmantot sākot ar otro tikšanos. Bet!

Tikai 15‼ lekcijas un 25!! klausītāji vienlaikus. Kurš pirmais pierakstās un samaksā – tam arī tiek nodrošināta vieta ceļojumā pa krievu mākslas vēsturi. Un tiem, kas pērk abonementu - īpaša cena par katrām 4 lekcijām.

Pierakstieties iepriekš, tas būs interesanti, spilgti un informatīvi!

Gaidāmās tikšanās otrdienās:

 21. septembris - Ievadlekcija. Krievu mākslas attīstība Eiropas glezniecības kontekstā.
 5. oktobris - Kijevas Krievijas māksla. 15. gadsimts-16. gadsimts. Antīkie un bizantiešu motīvi senajā krievu mākslā. Senā Novgoroda un Pleskava XI-XIII gs. Teofāns (ap 1340. gadu - pēc 1405. gada), Andrejs Rubļevs (1360/1370 - 1427/1430) un Dionīsijs (ap 1440. gadu - pēc 1502./1503.).
 12. oktobris - 17. - 18. gadsimts. Pagrieziena punkts. Pēteris I.  Parsuni - Krievijas carienes un princeses portreti. Pāreja no viduslaikiem uz jaunajiem laikiem. Fjodors Rokotovs (1735? –1808), Dmitrijs Levitskis (1735–1822), Vladimirs Borovikovskis (1757–1825)
 19. oktobris - 18. gadsimts. No portreta līdz pilsētas ainavai. Aleksejs Venetsianovs (1780-1847), Pāvels Fedotovs (1815-1852)
 26. oktobris - 9. gadsimts. Krievu reālisms. "Ceļojošo izstāžu biedrība". Ainava-I.I.Šiškins (1832-1898), A.I.Kuindži (1842-1910), V.D.Poļenovs (1844-1927), I.I.Levitāns (1860-1900).
 30. novembris – "Ceļojošo izstāžu biedrība". Portreta žanrs. Vasilijs Perovs (1833-1882), Ivans Kramskojs (1837-1887), Iļja Repins (1844-1930)
 7. decembris – "Ceļojošo izstāžu biedrība". Vēsturiskais žanrs glezniecībā. Vasilijs Surikovs (1848-1916), Mihails Ņesterovs (1862-1942), Vasilijs Vereščagins (1842-1904)
 14. decembris – "Mākslas pasaule". Modernisms. Mihails Vrubels. A. M. Vasņecovs, I. I. Levitāns
 28. decembris "Krievijas gadalaiki". A.N.Benuā, L.S.Baksts, E.E.Lansere, K.A.Somovs un S.P.Djagiļevs
 4. janvāris Krievijas primitīvisms. Natālija Gončarova (1881-1962) un Mihails Larionovs (1881-1964).
 11. janvāris Krievu avangardisma sievietes - Varvara Stepanova (1899-1958), Ljubova Popova (1889-1924) un Olga Rozanova (1886-1918).
 18. janvāris Avangards, supremātisms, konstruktīvisms. Kazimirs Maļevičs (1879-1935), Aleksandrs Rodčenko (1891-1956), Lazars Ļisickis (1890-1941), Iļja Čašņiks (1902-1929).
 25. janvāris Sociālistiskais reālisms - PSRS oficiālā māksla. Kā beidzās avangards? Aleksandrs Deineka (1899-1969), Aleksandrs Gerasimovs (1881-1963), Dmitrijs Nalbandjans (1906-1993)
 1. februāris Atkusnis un 60. gadi: andergraunda dzimšana. Anatolijs Zverevs (1931-1986), Vladimirs Jakovļevs (1934-1998), Oskars Rabins (1928-2018), Ernsts Nezināmais (Ņeizvestnijs) (1925-2016), Dmitrijs Krasnopevcevs (1925-1995).
 8. februāris Konceptuālisms un sociālā māksla - noslēpumains un intelektuāls 20. gadsimta stils. Iļja un Emīlija Kabakovi - "totāla instalācija". Viktors Pivovarovs (1937), Ēriks Bulatovs (1933), Komars un Melamīds.

Kur: Mākslas galerija MuseumLV, Andreja Pumpura iela, 2, Rīga
Laiks: 18:50 - 20:30
Vienas lekcijas cena: 15, - €.
Abonēšanas maksa 4 lekcijām ir 50, - €
Abonementa iegāde 4 lekciju blokam par draudzīgu cenu 50, - € iespējama tikai PIRMS KURSA SĀKUMA un tikai tieši galerijā.
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Visas sēdvietas ir numurētas un atrodas drošā attālumā viena no otras, tādēļ vietu skaits ir stingri ierobežots līdz 25. Lūdzam biļetes iegādāties iepriekš, samaksājot par biļeti • galerijā • ar bankas pārskaitījumu  • SIA “Biļešu Serviss”. Biļešu pārdošana uz katru lekciju beidzas 2 darba dienas pirms pasākuma.
Lai apstiprinātu maksājumu un savu dalību pasākumā, lūdzu, iepriekš zvaniet mums pa tālruni 25409000 vai iepriekš rakstiet uz info@museumlv.com
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MuseumLV Gallery invites to a master class on aug. 17

17.08.2021. 17:45

Draugi, aicinām jūs pievienoties mūsu radošajai grupai 17. augustā. Tā kā uz laikapstākļiem vairs nevar paļauties, organizējam gleznošanas meistarklasi mākslinieces Kristīnes Keires vadībā galerijas MuseumLV filiālē Ausekļa ielā 5.

Sagatavosim otas, krāsas, audeklus, lai trīs stundu garumā jūs varētu ļauties iedvesmai, radošumam un mākslas piedzīvojumam.
Gleznošana ir lielisks veids, kā atraisīt sevī radošumu un izmēģināt kaut ko jaunu.

Tiek aicināti visi interesenti, iepriekšējā pieredze nav nepieciešama.
Nodarbības notiek Jums vēlamā valodā (LV, RU, ENG)
Kad: 17. augusts, otrdiena
Tikšanās laiks: 17:45
Ilgums: 3 h
Dalības maksa: 40 EUR (cenā iekļauta maksa par audeklu, akrila krāsām, otām, utt.)
Dalībnieku skaits ir ierobežots.

Lūgums pieteikt savu dalību, zvanot mums 670 16 602 vai rakstot uz info@museumlv.com vai WhatsApp 254 09 000.
Lūdzu ņemiet vērā, ka varēsim garantēt Jūsu dalību plenērā tikai pēc pilnas priekšapmaksas veikšanas līdz 16.augustam ieskaitot.
Jūsu MuseumLV

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Gallery MuseumLV invites to the plein air on aug. 10

10.08.2021. 17:45

Draugi, aicinām jūs pievienoties mūsu radošajai grupai pastaigā pa gleznaino Rīgu. Sagatavosim jums otas, krāsas, audeklus, lai profesionāla mākslinieka Nikolaja Krivošeina pavadībā trīs stundas varētu gleznot un baudīt Rīgas ainavas.

Plenērs ir iespēja ieraudzīt ikdienas pilsētas dzīvi jaunām acīm. Meistarīgais gleznotājs Nikolajs Krivošeins dalīsies savā pieredzē, sniegs padomus, kā veiksmīgāk atainot uz audekla notvertos iespaidus. Tiek aicināti visi interesenti, iepriekšējā pieredze nav nepieciešama.
Nodarbības notiek Jums vēlamā valodā (LV, RU, ENG)

Kad: 10.augusts
Tikšanās laiks: 17:45
Ilgums: 3 h
Dalības maksa: 40 EUR (cenā iekļauta maksa par audeklu, akrila krāsām, otām, utt.)

Dalībnieku skaits ir ierobežots. Tā kā tikšanās notiek ārtelpās, ievērojot visus epidemoloģiskos noteikumus, sertifikātus nav nepieciešams uzrādīt.
Lūgums pieteikt savu dalību, zvanot mums 670 16 602 vai rakstot uz info@museumlv.com vai WhatsApp 254 09 000.‬
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Tālruņa nr.:
00 670 16 602
00 254 09 000
e - pasts: info@museumlv.com

Darba laiks: Ot. – Pt.: 11:00 – 19:00, S.: 11:00 – 17:00
Andreja Pumpura iela 2, Rīga, LV – 1010

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Gallery MuseumLV invites to the plein air on july 27

27.07.2021, 17:45

Friends, we invite you to join our creative group for a walk around picturesque Riga. We will prepare brushes, paints, canvases for you, so that accompanied by professional artist Elga Grinvalde you can paint and enjoy the landscapes of Riga for three hours.

The plein air is an opportunity to see everyday city life with new eyes. The master painter Elga Grinvalde will share her experience, give advice on how to more successfully portray the impressions captured on canvas. All interested parties are invited, no previous experience is required.

Classes are held in your preferred language (LV, RU, ENG)
When: July 27
Meeting time: 17:45
Duration: 3 h
Participation fee: 40 EUR (price includes canvas, acrylic paints, brushes, etc.)

The number of participants is limited. As the meeting takes place outdoors, subject to all epidemiological rules, it is not necessary to present the certificates.
Please apply for your participation by calling us at 670 16 602 or writing to info@museumlv.com or WhatsApp 254 09 000.
Important! To guarantee your participation in the plein air, please make a full prepayment by July 25 (inclusive).
See you under the soft sky of Riga!

Cultural center Grata JJ, art gallery MuseumLV
FACEBOOK: MuseumLV un Grata JJ
YOUTUBE: art gallery MuseumLV cultural center Grata JJ
INSTAGRAM: museumlvgratajj

Phone no.:
00 670 16 602
00 254 09 000
e - mail: info@museumlv.com

Working hours: Tue. – Fr.: 11:00 – 19:00, Sat.: 11:00 – 17:00
Andreja Pumpura str. 2, Riga, LV – 1010

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