Ural Federal University: Alla Prima Exhibition Opened in the UrFU Main Academic Building

The Ural Federal University opened an exhibition of watercolor paintings by Aleksandra Schreiner, an employee of the university. In the foyer of the Assembly Hall at 19 Mira street, you can see the works, most of which were created in the alla prima technique (from Italian, “at first attempt”).

“It’s a fast, creative way of painting. A painting is created in one or two layers at once, without the stages that require layers to dry before the next ones are applied again. I like watercolor for its capriciousness, unpredictability and sonority of colors. It is impossible to control. And each new result will be unique,” says Aleksandra Schreiner.

According to Aleksandra Schreiner, the exhibition opened is an opportunity to take a fresh look at the image of our city and university. In addition, the watercolor bouquets give the viewer the feeling of the up-coming spring.

Aleksandra Shriner works at Ural Federal University as a leading economist in the Department of Planning and Economics of the Research Unit. She graduated with a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree from the Engineering School of Information Technologies, Telecommunications and Control Systems in the field of reception and transmission of complex signals. In 2018 she took a retraining course “Teacher of Fine Arts”. Since the same year has been active in exhibition activities, exhibited in the Union of Artists of Russia, the residence of the governor of the Sverdlovsk region, the UMMC-Health Clinic. She has already had 20 exhibitions in Russia and abroad.

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