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Heavenly light










23.03.23 -18.04.23

Graz, 23.03.23



The opening expo of Reshat Ameti's paintings at the  Ursula Stross gallery was a resounding success.

The exhibition showcases Reshat's unique style of combining history, folklore, and abstraction to create stunning works of art that have captivated audiences around the world.

The subjects of Reshat's paintings are centered around the theme of awakening after a dark period lived by the Balkan country. Through his works of art, Reshat aims to capture the warm, wonderful new light that is bringing the country into a new era of art, beauty, and freedom. His paintings are a tribute to the power of human resilience and the unbreakable spirit of the people who have endured so much.

Reshat's work also explores the juxtaposition of man's work and nature. He portrays nature with strong colors and abstract forms, while humans are depicted using lines, cubes, and geometrical constructions. His paintings are made entirely in oil, with an incredible technique that reflects his lifetime dedication to studying the art form.

We were thrilled to see so many people stop by and admire Reshat's amazing art at the opening of the exhibition. Visitors were able to feel the space and brushes used to create each piece, while also being amazed by the perfect execution of every stroke.

It's no wonder that Reshat Ameti is an international artist with exhibitions all over the world, including New York, Dubai, and Rome. His work speaks to the universal human experience and is a testament to the power of art to move people.

We invite you all to come and experience the "Heavenly Light" exhibition at Ursula Stross Gallery, and witness the incredible art of Reshat Ameti. Don't miss out on this opportunity to see one of the most exciting contemporary artists in the world today.

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