Atmosphere, colours, and perspective: results of a childen's creativity contest have been summed up

21 September 2020
Press Office of the Amber Museum

A contest of drawings and paintings for children and teenagers with features of metal development "Amber Kaleidoscope". Works were made by students of Kaliningrad residential schools and rehabilitation centres.

Jury of the contest consisted of members of the Amber Museum's team:

  • artist, designer, laureate of the Fifth International Festival of Young Artists "Art Session" Dmitry Zabelin;
  • head of the Department for Scientific- and Museum-Educational Work Marina Golosova;
  • specialists in educational work Maia Medvedeva and Margarita Zhigunova

The Amber Museum expresses gratitude to all children who participated in the contest and awards them diplomas and commemorative prizes:

Zagorodkina Arina "for the delicate painting effect" in her drawing "Amber Adornment";

Budkova Amalia "for neat, life-asserting image" in her work "Amber Flower";

Zhukauskaite Olesia "for the thoughtful project approach" in her work "Amber Heart of the Museum";

Strunevich Olga "for the cheerful decorativeness" in her work "My Favourite Stones and Adornments";

Khabarova Daria "for creating the atmosphere of mysterious fabolousnes" in her work "Jurate's Amber Castle";

Atamanchuk Gleb "for the convincieng rythmic organisation of the space" in his work "Baltic Amber";

Gatalsky Aleksandr "for creating the feeling of unlimited space of the faabolous world" in his work "Amber Legend";

Sladkova Natalia "for the sophisticated colours and delicate work with them" in her work "History in the Hands";

Skotnikov Kirill "for the bright demonstration of night lightening effects" in his work "What the Sea Shines From".