Since the 26th of November, 2014, the memorial museum of I.I.Brodsky has been hosting a solo exhibition, featuring works by Olga Eremeeva. Oksana developed her artistic personality under the influence of the artist and the Art Academy professor Dina Volkova. Oksana’s apprenticeship lasted four years (2003-2007) in which she studied courses to retrain art teachers. The interaction between the teacher and the student gave birth to numerous works by Oksana Eremeeva as a marine artist: mainly of the Baltic region. In her works light and air became independent compositional characters and infused her graphical works with monumentally-romantic impressions. Nature in Oksana’s works is filled with a presence of human – old ships and canoes, crumbling woodsheds and figures of fishermen. However, there is no hectic or rush, no vanity: Oksana’s works tend to convey rather a monumental and peaceful feeling of Baltic nature than a lyrical one.
The exhibition is open until the 7th of December, 2014.