A New Exhibition opened at the Headquarters of the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly

16/01/2023 21:26

The office of the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly in Moscow (Russia) opened a renewed exposition of paintings by the International Art Project "Angels of Peace".

Twenty-one canvases with angelic faces again illuminated the space of the office. This is already the second exhibition of the project at the headquarters of the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly in Moscow (Russia). The first tactile paintings appeared in March 2020, and then were donated to the children of Uzbekistan.

The posters made of soft flock fabric can not only be viewed but also touched with the hands, as if to feel the warmth and softness of the images of kind angels.

The exhibition was opened by the head of the Angels of Peace project Oleg Rovda (Krasnoyarsk, Russia) and the First Deputy Secretary General - Head of the General Secretariat of the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly Svetlana Smirnova.

“In total, there are 360 paintings in the project today. Another five or six of them will be added to get a number according to the number of days in a year. Everyone can find a painting on the project website for his birthday. Each person has his own guardian angel, and one of the objectives of the project is to remind people of this,” said Oleg Rovda.

He also showed how audio accompaniment works, useful not only for the visually impaired, but for all viewers. Some of the paintings are accompanied by a QR code, which can be read using your phone.

The audio commentator voices what the artist has painted, draws attention to the details and features of the image. This helps to expand the audience of viewers, to involve in an atmosphere of goodness, faith, hope and Higher Love.

Project leaders Oleg Rovda and Natalya Yatsenko received letters of thanks from the Secretary General of the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly for the approval of spiritual and moral values, the strengthening of peace and harmony on the Eurasian continent, fruitful cooperation with the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly. The exposition in the office will become permanent, as will the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly's support for the International Art Project "Angels of Peace".