|On the 29th of October, 2014 the memorial museum of Isaak Brodsky will host an opening of the exhibition featuring works by Larisa Akhmadeeva. The displayed works are landscapes created during trips to Greece, Italy and Czech Republic. In Greece, for example, were created such works as “Museum-castle Nafplio” (2014), “Methoni” (2013) or “Acrocorinth” (2012).
In 1994 Larisa graduated from the Kazan Art College named after N. I. Feshin. Same year she moved to the city of Saint-Petersburg where she attended lectures and drawing classes in the Institute of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture named after I.Repin.
Larisa Akhmadeeva is a member of the Union of Artists of Russia (since 2004) and a member of the Saint-Petersburg Union of Pastel artists. Artist’s works can be found in many collections in Russia and abroad: in the John Neumeier’s museum in Hamburg, in the museum “Artistic Image of Russia” in Moscow or in the historical museum “Ostrov-grad Sviyazsk”. Larisa Akhmadeeva participated in many exhibitions in Russia and abroad: in Poland, France, England, Finland, Italy.
The exhibition will be open until the 9th of November, 2014