Painting lovers have a great opportunity to admire the work of the Ukrainian artist, Anton Gudzykevich, as a place open to the public, at the entrance of Marina de Denia hosts the exhibition "Passion for the sea", By this author. The exhibition will open next Friday at the 19: 30 hours and will remain open until the September 30.
Seven paintings have been selected that have a lot of light, four of them show images of the Volvo Ocean Race. The rest are related to the sea and as Anton himself has commented, "The sea gives me energy because of this I have been working with this element for three years. At the start of the Volvo Ocean I thought about creating an exhibition project for the regatta. I wanted to transmit that passion of the navigators and the sea that they have by the sea. It has been a very interesting process and I will continue working since the sea offers us many things and I will continue creating pictures".
Anton thanked Marina de Dénia for the opportunity to show her work, in addition, in a busy area of people and by the sea.
Marina de Dénia to the support of young artists
With this exhibition, Marina de Dénia opens a new cycle in which she will support young artists. "To all the young people, with initiative and talent, we will be happy to give them a place so they can start showing their work. "We understand that culture is important for our city. Art also deseasonalizes and we must bet seriously for all those disciplines that help to grow tourism. This generates wealth and employment for our area"Commented Gabriel Martínez, director of Marina Dénia.
For his part, the mayor of culture, Rafa Carrió it meant that, "It is a privilege to be close to the sea and to be inspired by this world. I thank Marina de Dénia for its commitment to this cultural part since it is within the city that we want to be Dénia",
"We want to invite everyone to visit this exhibition. In addition, it has coincided that the main image of the poster is the ship of Alex Pella, oceanic sailor and sports image of our port. He still does not know, since he is now in a regatta in Menorca, but he will have the opportunity to visit the exhibition ", concluded Gabriel Martínez.