We are glad to welcome you to our on-line exhibition “Artworks of Eurasia”!
Our on-line art gallery presents the work of ECG members who work in the field of visual art. The exhibition features participants of OCA People (a special project of the OCA Magazine) and the winners of the “TOP-25 Artworks of Eurasia” contest. In this wonderful online exhibition, you can see some of the best works of contemporary Eurasian art.
In addition, some of the paintings presented in our virtual exhibition will be on sale in an on-line charity auction! We hope this event will act as a magnet to attract the attention of connoisseurs of visual art to the works of contemporary Eurasia artists.
The auction will raise funds for several purposes:
– First of all, 50% of the proceeds will be received by the artists themselves. However, each artist participating in the auction has the right to donate his or her share to other charities.
– Secondly, 25% of the proceeds go to the charity event “Visual Art for Everyone.” One of the goals of this campaign is to provide master classes by contemporary artists of Eurasia to needy children and children with HIA.
– Thirdly, the remaining proceeds will go towards opening an art residence for members of the Guild who are not able to go on art tours independently. Artists will be provided with conducive conditions for creativity and communication within the creative community.
The auction will be open from 3rd October to 15th December, 2020, so you have plenty of time to select and purchase a picture you like for your private collection.
If you have any questions, you can contact the exhibition and auction organizing committee by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org or via instant messengers (WhatsApp/Telegram/Viber/imo) at the number +7-902-446-38-96 (Tatiana).
Ya La Lee (Aliya Shekhmametieva) (St. Petersburg, Russia)
“The Seagull that shouts from the bottom of the sea”
The presented work is a picturesque experiment on pollution of the environment and in particular the sea and the ocean. The title of the painting “Seagull that shouts from the bottom of the sea” also carries a certain meaning. The seagull, in the title, is represented as a herald of freedom, symbolizes something positive, but it’s buried under the garbage and can’t call us from the bottom of the sea.
Technique: canvas, tempera, glue
Katerina Zver (Ekaterina Zgurskaya) (Moscow, Russia)
“Robin the Flutist”
Illustration for the same-titled story from “The Forest Gothic” fairy tale book
A3 Kraft paper, graphite pencil, colored in Photoshop