As The Diplomat reported last Wednesday, the Ukrainian artist Irina Nosok is exhibiting her work until today, Saturday, at the Centro Cultural Galileo in Madrid, with the support of the Ukrainian Embassy and on the occasion of the 32nd anniversary of Ukrainian Independence.
To highlight and support the exhibition of the artist Irina Nosok, the Ambassadors of Ukraine, Serhii Pohoreltsev, of Lithuania, Lyra Puišytė-Bostroem, of Estonia, Andres Rundu, and of the Secretary General of the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), Zurab Pololikashvili, visited the exhibition yesterday.
For Irina Nosok, art is more than a skill. It is a way of expressing her emotions, thoughts and experiences. She puts her heart and soul into each painting, capturing different moments and reflections of her life. Iryna does not plan her paintings in advance. She lets her feelings guide her: the colours and techniques she uses on canvas show both her passion and her pain. “I am always creating. This is who I am,” Irina points out in her Instagram portfolio @ira_nosok.