2022 Fall Showcase

JOIN US for our 2022 Fall Exhibition!
August 1st through September 1st 2022
@countryside_gallery would like to invite you to our August 2022 Artist Exhibition featuring Alexander Serebryany & Parnaos Surabischwili.
2 South State Street
Newtown Pennsylvania 18940
Sunday - Monday 11am - 4pm
Tuesday - Wednesday 10am - 6pm
Thursday - Saturday 10am - 7pm
Displayed artwork will be viewable at our 2 South Street location from August 1st through September 1st.
Alexander Serebryany
Alexander was born in Odessa, Ukraine 1966. His artistic credo, influenced primarily by a Ukrainian education and background, was largely formed prior to his immigration to the United States in 1992, where he lived until 2004.
One of Alexander's primary artistic goals is to combine modernism with grotesque realism. Through the prism of this combination of the real and unreal he attempts to depict a unique concept.
"I'm creating permanent images of impermanent objects at their most impermanent moments."
Parna Surabischwili
Parna signs his works P. Zurabishvili. This is the proper spelling of his Georgian last name (an homage to his roots in the beautiful Transcaucasian jewel of a country, Georgia).
Parna was born in 1965 to a family of an artist-painter father and singer, language teacher mother. He started painting around the age of six, and developed his love for art and his skills by watching his father paint large compositions and portraits.
He studied at the Tbilisi Academy of Fine Arts. After graduating, he married his college sweetheart, also an artist, Matiko Mamaladze. Parna lives with his family in Media, PA, loves the outdoors, and paints everything that impresses and charms him.
"Pure art is an artist's expression of his excitement or impression by manipulating available mediums into original and unique creations."
"I don't think the truthful and masterful copying of an image onto the canvas fits my definition of art. It only becomes art when there's an original and innovative approach present, which transforms mere 'transcription' into artistic transfiguration."

215 968-2246
2 South State Street, Newtown, PA, 18940
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