Paintings by Laine Kainaize and Gunta Brakovska in the exhibition “Trees. Great trees.”. The collection exhibited at the Latvian Museum of Natural History for the first time, and open to visitors from July 22 till August 16. Natural materials collected by the specialists of the Botany department will be showcased.
Both artists are interested in trees, locally growing species. Besides painting and admiring these majestic natural world elements, L. Kainaize and G. Brakovska share deep respect towards trees, their preservation and place in Latvian landscape, culture and traditions.
L. Kainaize oil paintings capture magnificent trees and compositions around the entire country. Various species, age, locations and stories are often deeply rooted in the history of Latvia. Oak trees are especially dear to the artist. L. Kainaize personal exhibitions have been opened in Latvia, but also in Germany, Ukraine, Lithuania. Her works have been exhibited in Georgia, Uzbekistan, Russia, Finland, the Netherlands, France, UK, India, USA.
G. Brakovskas is interested in Latvian boreal nature, and particularly - the great trees. The artists paints rolling hills of Vidzeme, landscapes of the Daugava river and the Gauja river, impressive forests and singular trees.
To ensure visitor health safety measures during COVID-19 outbreak, maximum of 25 visitors are allowed in the exhibition hall.
The exhibition is open during museum opening hours.
Admission with museum tickets.
adults – 3,00 €
seniors, students – 2,00 €*
pupils – 1,00 €*
* ID required (student card, senior card etc.)
Free admission – in accordance with the Latvian Museum of Natural History service fees list, with invitations.