On March 3, the Library will open an exhibition of watercolours and drawings “Palette of Spring. While the Grass Grows in Belarus”.
The National Library continues a good tradition of opening art exhibitions for the spring holidays. The first exhibition is dedicated to Women's Day (March 8). Celebration project “Palette of Spring. While the Grass Grows in Belarus” is intended to remind about the upcoming awakening of nature. The poetic line in the title of the exhibition suggests that the centre of the artists' attention is the richness of meadow herbs: reeds, mosses, berries, tender spring sprouts making their way through last year's foliage, the whisper of humble dried flowers.
This year, the palette of spring is represented by the artworks of such Belarusian watercolourists as Uladzimir Rynkevich, Victoryja Iljinskaja, Ales Kviatkouski, Vera Kauzanovich, Mikalaj Auchynnikau, Jagor Artsiukhou, Grygory Miazhujieu, Alena Shychko, Siargej Pisarenka, Natalja Averjanava, Galina Khaidarava, Feliks Gumen and others.
Professional and young artists, teachers, members of creative associations, students of art specialties, amateur watercolourists and graphics will congratulate women on the spring holiday.
The organizers of the exhibition of watercolours and drawings are the National Library of Belarus, "Akvavir" art studio (headed by Uladzimir Rynkevich) and the Belarusian Union of Artists. The selection of exhibits was carried out on a competitive basis. The jury will determine the best among the exhibited works.
The opening will begin at 5 p.m. in the "Rakurs" Gallery (2nd floor).
Admission is free on the event day. On other days admission is by the library card or by the Social and Cultural Center ticket.
The exhibition will be on show until May 15, 2021.
The end date is subject to change.