We present the new collection of Canadian-Russian artist Natalia Vetrova that explores the intersection of realism and conceptualism, and our relationship with the past and the present. The exhibition celebrates the wonders and achievements of centuries with their time-honored great conceptions give a strong basis for creating self-awareness in this contemporary world with its new technologies and high-speed communications
Dates: July 5-7, 11 am – 8 pm.
Location: 1489 Frances St
Entrance is free.
About the artist:
Influenced by both realism and conceptualism, Natalia Vetrova displays in her work excellent technical and painterly skills that borrow heavily from classical and mythological motifs. She uses these motifs to conceptualize timeless anxieties such as those connected to the reconciliations of past and present, memory and loss.
Vetrova’s paintings reflect a deep understanding of the dimensions of time and space. This understanding arises from an ongoing meditation on the harmonization of past, present, and future.
Although her work contains the atmospherics of classic surrealism, Natalia’s compositions are still whimsical and strangely moving. Communicating by means of a personal iconographic system steeped in mythology and classical ideals, Natalia’s artistic identity revitalizes cultural memory.
This event is part of the Art, Architecture and Design Series: Between Time and Space.
Schedule of events:
July 5, 6-8 pm – Collage workshop
July 6, 6-8 pm – Food design workshop
July 7, 6-10 pm – Closing reception
If you have any questions please contact Dudoc Vancouver at firstname.lastname@example.org or +1 604 681 2971