Parshin Art Gallery, Stavropol
(4.8/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
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  • Very very beautiful. Walked to the exhibition van Gogh and learning from those who teach. Both the exhibition very much. There are still here start art school. Really like it. All recommend this gallery.
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  • A wonderful art gallery, where there is creative, friendly atmosphere. Paintings, objects of everyday life, the imaginatively decorated space will spend your time with a person of any age. Themed evenings are often held master-classes with the artists, exhibitions, etc., work Studio "S-art" (where everyone can try their hand at drawing). It's nice to get positive emotions beside new works and already beloved paintings of Sergey Parshin!
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  • First visited in this wonderful place during exhibitions of reproductions of paintings by Van Gogh in April 2016 g. very spacious bright room with friendly staff. Here tranquility and peacefulness, when nice to be alone with himself, but at the same time, surrounded by the wonderful creations not only at the time of Vangog, but the creator of Gallery c. Parshina. Smitten with the magnitude of his paintings they are enormous not only for their physical size, but also its completeness, palette, texture paints. Particularly touched our soul works such as "lilac", "Forget-me-nots (though could be wrong in the title, but the picture is more like a boundless blue-silver sea), and the picture with the bull-strong, proud and beautiful. Got pleasure from seeing, and also participated in the master-class on painting "Sunflowers" of Vangog, for the first time in my life, sitting at the easel and holding a palette of colors, and a variety of brushes. This fascinating occupation, detracting from all extraneous thoughts. All recommend periodically checking in is a great cultural institution of Stavropol.
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