Alexander Korolyov solo exhibition has been opened

29 May 2017
Press Office of the Amber Museum

On Friday, 26 May, a small exhibition "There is amber light in my palms" was opened in the museum's gallery. Kaliningrad artist Alexander Korolyov presented flower compositions, a series of Easter eggs and other works of jewellery and stone-carving art to the visitors. The artist find inspiration in masterpieces of the world art, taking as a guidance works of masters of the Renaissance, the baroque and legacy of the Carl Faberge firm for his artistry. In his works he uses amber, precious metals, cold enamel.

There were friends and admirers of Alexander Korolyov at the opening ceremony. The Guild of Amber Craftsmen awarded the artist with a small figurine of Jurate, a character of the famous Lithuanian legend. The guild members wished Alexander new apprentices, who could continue his work in the future. The artist made a small excursion through his exhibition for the guests, he also unrevealed secrets of some unique works. For instance, there is real hair of 26 flowers used for the work "Blowball".

You can see amber works by Alexander Korolyov in the museum until 25 June.

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