August 24, 2020 in Kamensk-Uralsky in the Central City Library named after A.S. Pushkin opened an exhibition of paintings from the collection of the International Art Project "Angels of the World". More than 25 works of artists from Russia, Great Britain, Republika Srpska, Belarus, Turkey on the theme of "Guardian Angel" will be seen by visitors to the exhibition, and they will also learn what thoughts and feelings the artists put into their works.
“There are many negative events in the world, many violence and military clashes. With the help of this project we want to bring more kindness, warmth and light to the world. Art, painting has this Power! We are not attached to any particular religion. The authors speak in their works about Love, Inspiration, Gratitude and Unity.
In seven years, 365 artists from all over the world will take part in the project, creating a unique art object, a kind of "Calendar of Angels", which will have its own active exhibition activities in the future. Now for six years "Angels of the World" have already included in the exhibition 308 paintings from 25 countries. 77 works are now in Europe, in Prague, the rest are exhibited in Russia. More than 230 exhibitions and presentations of the project have already been held; more than 400 thousand people have visited them. Posters with pictures of the project have already been decorated for 23 medical institutions throughout Russia. The project already has wonderful works by artists from Kamensk-Uralsky. We have no doubt that the exhibition of Angels will be warmly received by the audience and will give them the kindest emotions! ”- said Oleg Rovda, PR-director of Angels of the World.
Free admission. Age category 0+.
The exhibition is open to visitors until October 9, 2020. Address: Kamensk-Uralsky, Victory Avenue, 33. More information at www.365angels.com Contacts of organizers: Oleg Rovda (PR-director) - e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, mob. Tel. + 7-913-532-54-16
Background of the project: In 1997, a young artist Yulia Ivanova fell seriously ill and was between life and death. The doctors did not even promise her recovery. Then she began to draw an Angel every day in gratitude for every day she lived, for the opportunity to see her little son. And the disease was overcome, she was able to fully recover and still continues to draw Angels for herself and other people. The "Angels of the World" project is her idea! If artists from different countries write 365 of their best and most sincere paintings with Guardian Angels and tell their stories of Love and Gratitude, then perhaps the World will be healed too ... as it happened with Julius Ivanova in due time.