Razumovskaya’s Rhythm Of Passion

Razumovskaya’s Rhythm Of Passion

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By Jud Yalkut

Through Saturday, October 30, the Wind Fine Art Gallery, located at 7300 Far Hills Ave. in Kettering, is featuring the energetic paintings of Anna Razumovskaya in her “Rhythm of Passion” exhibition. A graduate of Russian State University for the Arts, Razumovskaya has had exhibitions in New York, Paris, Toronto, Amsterdam and Antwerp. Her techniques range from watercolor and acrylics to oil and silk with genres from figure and landscape to still life and abstract. “Rhythm of Passion” has new work embodying the passion of movement, with three new figure paintings that accent the fiery red hues of Spanish Flamenco, as well as soft pastel-hued images with family oriented motifs. For more information, call (937) 291-4383 or visit online at www.WindFineArtGallery.com


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