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Press release

Magical world - Roxana Donisanu

An Eastern European Art Exhibition

7 Cobble Yard, Napier Street, Cambridge

Wed - Fri 11:00-5:00pm Sat 9:00 - 5:00pm


24th October - 13th November 2007

'Marianne' - Oil on Canvas - 80 x 60cm

EE Fine Art is pleased to present a solo exhibition displaying outstanding work by 23-year-old Romanian artist Roxana Donisanu.

A selection of magical paintings will be on view between 24th October and 13th November in the heart of Cambridge just behind the Grafton Centre. Depicting a world of reverie and emotions one can easily relate to, Roxana's use of complementing pastel colours, subtle figures and shapes strongly remind the viewer of Chagall and Picasso. Abundant in symbolic elements, cubistic forms and swirls Roxana impresses with her unique style.

Gallery owners Mark and  Louise Stephenson comment: "Metaphorically, there is more beneath the surface. Roxana's spectacular works are a very refreshing change to those seeking something different."

Being highly praised by the world of Plastic Art and encouraged by celebrities in the media, Roxana has made a rapid ascension in the art world. She is an exceptional personality and artist, who began painting before she could read or write. Being a "new Alexandra Nechita - the little Picasso"; she was accepted in the 'Henry Coanda National Foundation for support of extremely talented teenagers' in 1996.  Having won several awards, being presented in numerous international publications and exhibited in various solo exhibitions in Eastern Europe, her work has been in huge demand, with prices going up rather than down.  

About the Gallery

EE Fine Art was established in 2005 by Mark and Louise Stephenson and is part of ARTMS Limited. We have moved to our new gallery space in the heart of Cambridge at 7 Cobble Yard, Napier Street, behind the Grafton Shopping Centre.

EE Fine Art specializes in Eastern European and Russian modern and contemporary fine art and throughout the year we are planning to hold 16 exhibitions of both established and emerging artists.