Fom July 1 to July 31, the “#manajūra” exhibition of paintings by the artist Aļona Kaļeviča can be viewed in the exhibition hall of the Akropole Alfa mall (on the third floor).
The exhibition features 16 works, depicting the sights of the Baltic Sea and Latvian nature, and is free to visit every day from 10:00 to 21:00.
"Aļona has been painting for 12 years, gradually developing her skills through self-learning and turning her hobby into a full-time job and a source of income. The artist's works have been presented in exhibition halls, the largest shopping centres and hotels in Latvia more than 20 times. Aļona has gained a lot of attention with a very atypical painting technique, using a sponge instead of traditional brushes, with which acrylic paint is spread on large canvases in a unique manner," says publicity material.
“My love for the sea could be described in one sentence as ‘I always miss you’, because I always feel happy by the sea, whether it is in warm summer or cold winter... With this exhibition, I hope that the visitors of the shopping centre will also be able to capture the energy brought by the volatility of the sea, so that they can continue their daily activities more easily and smoothly,” said Aļona Kaļeviča.