Primavara – A Spring celebration: Romanian artist Rita Horowitz’s water painting exhibition


Opening on the day of Mărţişor

28 February 2011. On the occasion of the Day of Mărţişor, 1 March, the traditional celebration of the beginning of Spring, the Embassy of Romania in London is launching the water colour paintings exhibition “Primăvara – A Spring celebration” by Rita Horowitz, 6.00 – 8.00pm. primavara.png

Discovering the illusive beauty of water colour, Rita Horowitz became a follower of Stella Cardew, whose magical gift of imparting her skills is legendary.

Rita’s water colours are included in private collections worldwide, exhibited at The World Trade Centre and at Patchings Arts Centre.

Her painting “Granada” won a national prize for expressiveness. Other works include marine and portrait subjects.




When: 1 – 15 March 2011.
Open: Monday – Friday, 10am – 5pm.
Where: Romanian Cultural Institute, London, 1 Belgrave Square SW1X 8PH
Free admission.


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