Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro, May 17, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- The famous Danish artist Maria Dubin will be undertaking “live” painting at the Museum of Natural History in Kalemegdan in Belgrade this week. She will paint three pictures which will then be exhibited at the museum as part of the Museum Night festivities on 17th May.
Maria Dubin will be painting her impressions of the museum’s exhibits, and will be undertaking her work in a tent which will be open to the general public to view. The event is being sponsored by Colliers International Serbia, who are the leading property consultants in Serbia and across Southeast Europe. The paintings will reside in the Colliers office in New Belgrade after having been displayed at the Museum of Natural History.
Maria Dubin was educated at the Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux Arts, Paris, and has held exhibitions around the world. Her work is visible on her website http://www.mariadubin.com/
Jovica Jakovac, Managing Director of Colliers International Serbia, said, “We are delighted to be able to support Maria’s work and the Museum of Natural History in Belgrade. We believe in preserving and promoting culture and we hope Maria’s beautiful paintings will attract people to the Museum of Natural History.”