Personal exhibition of Vitaly Bubentsov "On the land of the Kola" was opened in Murmansk 08/02/2018 automatic translate
MURMANSK. Until March 4, the Murmansk Art Museum is waiting for visitors personal exhibition of the famous polar artist Vitaly Bubentsov. Honored artist of Russia presented his exhibition entitled "On the land of the Kola". It included about 50 works performed in various graphic techniques.
In the artist’s works landscapes written by Vitaly Nikolaevich at different times. Most of them are devoted to the Kola Peninsula. This neighborhood of the Kola Bay - steep cliffs, lakes, Khibiny mountains, ancient villages of the coast of Varzuga and Kovdu.
The artist traveled extensively through the villages of the White Sea. During the trips, he wrote a series of portraits of people of the North - picturesque images of pomors and pomorok. The exhibition also included sheets created during the creative journeys of Vitaly Nikolayevich on the North Atlantic and the Arctic.
At the opening of the exhibition came a large number of friends of the artist, admirers of his talent. Maria Kovtun, governor of the Murmansk region, also consider themselves to be a fan of Vitaliy Nikolayevich’s creativity. She congratulated the artist on the opening of the exhibition and thanked him for his cherished attitude to his native land.
The name of the artist during his work has firmly become part of the artistic world of the Arctic. Vitaliy Bubentsov wrote several decades of northern landscapes, familiar to each of the residents of the Kola Peninsula.
The artist himself says that he was surprised when he saw how much work they had written during the trips. The works created by Vitaly Nikolaevich during this time have become a real art chronicle of the Murmansk region. Visitors to the exhibition, while viewing the exposition, simultaneously make a journey through the land of the Kola Peninsula, getting acquainted with the most secret parts of it.