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The exhibition proceeded with a Russian flavour; it began with the national anthems of the Philippines and that of the Russian Federation. Posters, cocktail tables, flowers and even the inauguration ribbon were all in Russian colors: white, blue and red! Guests where treated to Russian cuisine specialties: Olivier salad, marinated mushrooms and of course salted cabbage.
In the best Russian Imperial traditions classic performers entertained guests and complimented the visual art exhibition. In addition to Russian performers guests enjoyed outstanding piano music played by CCP President, Dr. Raul Sunico who so graciously accepted Ms Bronzova’s request. This was a great gift by Philippine’s greatest pianist to the artist and her guests!
This was a unique and very high class evening tinted with a miraculous atmosphere opening all possibilities akin to the fairytale stories which Natalya splashes onto her canvases! Reality mixes with dreams and legends – this is the world Natalya creates in her paintings! One simply wishes to dive into the canvas and be in her dream world of vivid colors and divine energy… All guests agreed that Natalya’s paintings made them more happy and put peace in their mind; this recognition is the greatest possible success for any artist!
The opening of Natalya's solo exhibition at the Cultural Centre of the Philippines on February 10th, 2017. Left to right: Ms. Jewel L.Pimentel, Ms.Cory Quirino, Ms.Natalya Bronzova, Russian Ambassador Igor Khovaev, President of the CCP Dr.Raul Sunico and Lolita Escobar-Mirpuri.