Eurasian Culture Week, 5 October

On October 5, the unique annual exhibition “Peaks of Asia” was held in Romford, which was visited by a record number of spectators and art lovers. The Eurasian Culture Week has contributed to the expansion and strengthening of international relations between artists. The presented paintings introduced the inhabitants of Great Britain with different styles of painting by talented artists of Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russia, revealing the picturesque beauty of Eurasia.

Replicas of the most famous works from the State Museum of Art named after I.V. Savitsky (Uzbekistan), were presented in a separate block. The exhibition featured the works of artists from Moldova: Olesya Shibaeva and Raisa Ambros;

From Russia: Nadezhda Nalivkina;

From Kazakhstan: Bibigul Smakova (“Morning Guest”), Bakytnur Burdesbekov (“Girl with Lemon”, “Inspiration” and “Swarthy”), Adilgali Bayandin (“Kalyndyk”, “Burkit” and “Ana bakyty”), Marua Baytursunova (“ Music”, “Love”, “Tenderness” and “Lilac Paradise”), Fariza Nurpanova (“Zhagalau” and  Zhanattyn portraits”), Abay Chunchalinov (“Birds”), Altynshash Alpysbaeva (“Water Games ”,“ Portrait ” and “Awakening”),  Tanya Efron (“Mother”, “Cleoparta” and “Sayyuri”), Almagul Yessimova (“Spring”, “Bird of Happiness-1” and “Bird of Happiness-2”), Asiya Bekisheva (“Daisies”, “Music of Flowers” “Still Life” and “ Tree of Life”) and Yelena Fursa (“Zailiysky Alatau”, “Towards the Sun. Tien Shan. Kyrgyzstan“, Issyk-Kul. Sunrise”);

From Kyrgyzstan: Gulzada Hamra (the works of the felt), Larisa Pak (“Sakura”, “Peonies. Tenderness”), Syrga Sarukieva;

From Tajikistan: Ahmadiev Umed, Safarov Rahim, Shobutolibov Shota, Nazarov A.

The Eurasian Creative Guild is sincerely pleased to collaborate with artists. For every talented and skilled artist in the Eurasian space as this is a unique opportunity to present their work in London and subsequent projects of the Guild.

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