Rus-Art’s London-Themed Work to Go on Show

This afternoon we bring you news of an exciting up coming exhibition involving the Churchbank Quarter’s own Irina Rumyantseva of Rus-Art. Having already showcased her work at many prestigious events, Irina’s London-themed art is now being exhibited for 8 weeks at the Knapp Gallery in Regents Park, London.  

“As an artist my heart and soul goes into every piece that I create. When I paint I pour my emotions out onto the canvas and convey the beauty that I see in everyday life in a way that others can see it to.  When I finish a piece I am filled with a sense of accomplishment and integrity. My hope is that others will see this in my work and feel a connection with my art as if the piece is speaking specifically to them.” – Irina Rumyantseva.

Here are some of Irina’s paintings that are set to feature at the exhibition; to see the full collection as well as view purchase details, go to the website on You can also follow Rus-Art on Twitter and Facebook.

London 2012 - An Olympic Dream

London 2012, Westminster Bridge

City Dreams

City Life

The Old City Bridge


In The City

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2 Responses to “Rus-Art’s London-Themed Work to Go on Show”
  1. The exhibition looks great i cant wait to go and see it, I love your work. keep up the good work

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