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Monday, 2 November 2015

Artist Marina Alyabusheva helps Wear it for Autism .

Wear it for Autism mask by Marina Alyabusheva 




 A Big Thank-you to the talented artist Marina Alyabusheva for her support with Anna Kennedy on Lines  charity event "Wear it for Autism" on October the 4th 2015. Her stunning hand crafted masks were a huge hit at the event


http://www.classicmodels.agency model artist Marina masks at "Wear if for Autism"  






Marina is the mother to the international star- actress Olga Kurylenko best know in the UK for her role in the James Bond movie- Quantum of Solace where she  starred along side actor Daniel  Craig. 

Artist  Marina Alyabusheva with her daughter  Olga Kurylenko former Bond Girl.

 . Marina says her art works are examples of so called art therapy giving healing through creativity.Marina says different types of art therapy-or art psychology-corresponds to various art forms and its array of techniques are virtually limitless.

Model Samantha Tomlin wears artist Marina Alyabusheva mask.


Marin had her first exhibition in London in February this year at the  MacDouglas Gallery in St Jame's London . The stars turned out to support her and included her daughter Olga who  found her mothers work inspiring 


Models  http://www.classicmodels.agency
Event "Wear it for Autism " by http://annakennedyonline.com
Mask pictures by Terry Scott https://www.facebook.com/terry1965.scott.5836?fref=ts
additional pictures of Marina and Olga by  http://www.ikonlondonmagazine.com

The evening held at the Millennium Hotel Knightsbridge was the third year the charity

The evening was hosted by Uxbridge resident Anna Kennedy OBE, who has spent her life campaigning for autismevent had been held. 
The third annual Wear It For Autism event took place on Sunday (October 4) at The Millennium Hotel in Knightsbridge.
The evening was hosted by Uxbridge resident Anna Kennedy OBE, who has spent her life campaigning for autism charities, and presented by Denise Welch, Jane Moore, Richard Mylan and Caprice.
Individuals living with autism, who were selected during a judging process earlier in the year, took to the catwalk to share their stories, from grandparents, to carers and teachers and teaching assistants.

The winner of Wear It for Autism by Anna Kennedy on line. picture by Terry Scott.







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