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Anatoli Strakhov has participated in the artistic life of Estonia within more than 40 years. He has developped and improved his manner, been recognizable and new. He is one of the artists, needed nowadays, who estimates and cares for the tradition, adding to it a personal brush-stroke. He has taken part - with his close colleagues V.Semerikov, V.Stanishevskaya and Valeri Laur - in the exhibitions "Food" and "Hobbies" , organized in the Gallery RIOS in 2013, and made in the gallery his one-man-show „Rendez-vous“ in 2015. Now he celebrates in the RIOS his 70th anniversary.
The exhibition will be open until November 30, 2016
Dmitri Dobrovolsky Kollektsioon 2016
05.12.2016 - 09.01.2017
Tallinn, Kaarli pst. 8 Rios Art Gallery
We invite you to an exhibition of Ukrainian artist Dmitry Dobrovolsky
We are waiting for you in the gallery Rios Art, at Kaarli pst. 8, Tallinn Tuesday to Friday 11am 18 pm. The exhibition will be open from December 5, 2016 on January 9, 2017.
1988 – Kyiv State Institute of Decorative and Applied Art and Design named after M.Boychuk,
1994 – National Academy of Fine Arts and Architecture, Ukraine
(teachers: academics V.Zabashta, N.Storozhenko), mural painter;
1998 – Member of the National Union of Artists of Ukraine.
Numerous diplomas and certificates for the participation in international and national exhibitions, festivals and promotions.
Dmytro Dobrovolsky is numerous participant in Ukrainian and international exhibitions, successfully conducts solo exhibitions in the UK and Estonia (museum "Leighton House", gallery "Ice House", "Nexus gallery", gallery "Rios Art", gallery "US ART").His paintings are in private and museum collections in Ukraine, UK, Germany, USA, Holland, Estonia, Finland, France, Canada, Russia…
An established artist based in Tallinn, Dmytro Dobrovolsky has visited Britain annually over the past 20 years, painting scenes in Cambridge, Edinburgh and the Cotswolds, but it is London that has been the main focus in his series of British paintings. The canals of Little Venice, leafy squares in Kensington, and green London gardens glow in his modern impressionist paintings, which he calls "mosaics in oil". Dmytro has been especially connected
with the Holland Park area, having had two important exhibitions at the Leighton House Museum. His beautiful painting "Summer in Holland Park" wassold at the Princess Trust Charity Auction, organized by Prince Charles.