In autumn this year, five years after the tragedy of Zolitude, when the Maxima supermarket debris crashed out of 54 people's lives, will circulate this autumn. The young artist Dain Skadman and her father died for 23 years at the same time. Upon arriving at an emotionally heavy five-year boundary, the artist's twin sister, Anda, has arranged an exhibition of Dain's artwork, not only relieving her sadness, but also giving her sister's touches for eternity – her paintings.
Dainas Skadmanas artworks in the world and in Latvia
2003. In the year Dain's "Christmas Skyline" work arrived at the British Prince Charles's wife in the Cornish Duke's Kamilla Collection, while both twin sister works, "Landscape" and "Rumbula," are based in the world-famous Holocaust survivor Nobel Peace Prize winner, American writer Eli Wisel collection, Howard Gottlieb Arhive Research workshop at the University of Boston, USA.
The works of The Last Look (2003), Frida (2004), Rumbula (2004) are included in Fried Michaelson's biographical testimony "I Survive in Rumbula". The watercolor "The View, the Riga Ghetto" (2003) and the graphic works are depicted in the Russian documentary "Riga Ghetto Melodies" (2006).
The exhibition has the opportunity to view Dainas's latest work "Wind Eagle", which was placed in Kronvalda Park in 2013
Several works of Dain and their copies have gone to various world art, culture and commemorative centers in the USA, Israel, the Czech Republic, Russia and Germany.