“Rainbow On My Soul,” a solo art exhibit by visual artist Natalya Bronzova made a colorful splash during its presentation at Chef Jessie in Rockwell, Makati.
Natalya, a Russian-born artist, first studied Philology and history and later, obtained her Master’s degree at the Russian State University. Before pursuing her passion full time, Natalya busied herself in organizing inaugurations for over 30 bronze monuments around the world, as well as symposium of international artists in Canada, Turkey and Malaysia.
Though a Russian by birth, Natalya became a citizen of the world and an international artist when she moved to Canada after her completing her education. There, she continued her life in art and took part in various cultural projects.
Natalya is presently residing in the Philippines. She has been enjoying the culture and hospitality of the country since five years ago so much so that she was able to write three books about the country, one of which focuses on the legendary First Lady Imelda Marcos.
At the opening ceremony of Rainbow On My Soul, Natalya welcomed her guests of honors—Fema Duterte, Cory Quirino, ambassador Victor Garcia with his lovely wife Connie and First Secretary of the Russian Embassy Vadim Velikanov—in a heart-warming speech followed by a brief ribbon cutting ceremony.
Earlier this year, Natalya became the first Russian visual artist to be featured at the Cultural Center of the Philippines with her exhibition “From Russian Soul with Love.”
Presented by the Russian Embassy, the earlier exhibit was officially inaugurated by distinguished guests namely Russian Ambassador Igor Khovaev, then CCP President Raul Sunico, Jewel Lobaton and Cory Quirino.
To Natalya, congratulations!