St. Thomas University’s Rev. Jorge A. Sardiñas Gallery presents “Across the Ocean” featuring Russian artists

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MIAMI GARDENS, Fla.; January 28, 2021 – On Tuesday, February 16, at 5pm, St. Thomas University‘s Rev. Jorge A. Sardiñas Gallery will present “Across the Ocean”, a collection of artworks by Russian artists Maria Bogacheva, and Yulia Mamontova.

Ms. Bogacheva’s work form part of the public collection of the City Art Gallery in Maloyaroslavets, Russia, and are featured in private collections in France, the USA, China and England.

Ms. Mamontova’s award-winning work resides in private collections in Russia, Greece, the USA, and Saudi Arabia.

The exhibition was curated by International Art Curator, Daria Rusakova, who has created the concepts for more than 100 art projects and organized more than 60 exhibitions, art residencies, and art symposiums for emerging Russian artists all over the world.

The artists and curator will be presented and be available for questions at 5:30pm.

Please, join us Tuesday, February 16, for an evening of exceptional discovery, featuring two of Russia’s most promising emerging artists.

For more information, please contact Isabel Medina Pascu, at 305.628.6769 or

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