Anastasiya Guminskaya. Man and sea

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Anastasiya Guminskaya. Man and sea
The man calmly and thoughtfully looks into the distance, its shape is reminiscent of sea stone polished in the depths of the sea, the water washing away all the excess and short-lived, leaving only the shape of the crystal basis of the astral body of man, the things which destruction and death. The sculpture is reminiscent of the endless sea, cleansing the mind from the hustle and bustle.
About the artist
Born in 1981 in Minsk.
1996 - 2000 – studied in the A K Glebov Art College, Minsk
2000 - 2007 - studied in the Belarusian State Academy, sculpture faculty.
2007 – 2011-studied in Repin Leningrad Institute for Painting, Sculpture and
Since 2012 has been working as a teacher of sculpture at Hubei Institute of Fine Arts , Wuhan (China)
Exhibitions
  • 00.00.2011 Belarusian Republican Exhibition, Arts Palac, Minsk. Belarus
  • 00.00.2011 Beauty Above Neva, Russian National Library, St. Petersburg
  • 00.00.2013 Exhibition of Teachers at Hubei Institute of Fine Arts, Wuchang museum, Wuhan, China
  • 00.00.2013 International Exhibition, Hubei National Library, Wuhan, China
  • 00.00.2014 Solo exhibition, Wuchang museum, Wuhan, China
  • 00.00.2014 International Exhibition, Shenzhen Art Museum, Shenzhen, China
  • 00.00.2015 “凸显”, Hubei Museum of Fine Arts, Wuhan, China
  • 00.00.2015 Belarusian Republican Exhibition, Arts Palac, Belarus, Minsk
  • 00.00.2016 “Body space” international exhibition, Zhejiang Public Library, Hangzhou, China
  • 00.00.2016 "Silk Road", Gansu Museum of Fine Arts, Lanzhou, China
  • 00.00.2017 International Art Exhibition, Hubei University Museum, Wuhan, China
  • 00.00.2017 International Exhibition of Ceramics, Wuchang museum, Wuhan, China
  • 00.00.2018 International Exhibition "Art-Minsk", Arts Palac, Belarus, Minsk
  • 00.00.2018 "Mini Midi Print", Arts Palac, Belarus, Minsk
  • 00.00.2018 "Voyage", Arts Palac, Belarus, Minsk
  • 00.00.2018 «Формастаянне», Vorobiev Art Gallery, Belarus, Mogilev