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Bucks County Gallery of Fine Art Proudly Announces Representation of artworks by Victor Mordasov
Bucks County Gallery of Fine Art, is pleased to announce their representation of oil paintings by Victor Mordasov, born in Minsk, Belarus. He is a graduate of the College of Art and the Academy of Art in Minsk as an artist of movie, TV, and theater.
He paints a wide range of subject matter including marine venues, landscape, still life, and portraits. Victor's unique, insightful, and sensitive paintings display a commitment for portraying not just the outer likeness of his subjects, but their character and personality as well. Victor uses a traditional style of painting to interpret his subjects on canvas. His dedication to quality and passion for his work has lead to the successful exhibit of his paintings locally, nationally and internationally.
Victor had his oil paintings juried into several National and International exhibits including:
The American Artists Professional League Grand National Exhibition, Audubon Artists Annual, the 10th Annual National Miniature Show, Oil Painters of America Regional and National Exhibition, Allied Artists of America Annual Exhibition, Annual International Exhibition of Fine Art in Miniature, MPSGS, Cider Painters of America Mini shows, ArtFirst! - An international juried show by artists with disabilities presented by the University Medical Center at Princeton, Academy of Notre Dame Annual Art Shows, The Annual Immaculate University Art Shows, The Annual Yellow Springs Art Shows.
He is a member of The American Artists Professional League (AAPL), the Oil Painters of America, and the International Guild of Realism.
Mordasov's work is being showcased this month in a private area, and will be on permanent display at the gallery with that of 35 other award winning artist's represented at the seven room, two story historic space.
Gallery owner Howard Cooperman is celebrating his 5th year in New Hope this June, which will be his 30th year in the business of helping people that suffer from "Bare Wall Syndorme", who are embarrassed by having out of date paintings in their homes, or first time buyers afraid of purchasing the wrong painting.
Most clients qualify to have a "Pajama Party" with art which gives them the opportunity to "sleep on it" before deciding to purchase. This benefit allows them to see how a painting or sculpture looks in the environment of their home or office without feeling they've make the wrong choice. If the art doesn't fit the intended room for any reason, it can be returned.
Bucks County Gallery of Fine Art is located at 77 W. Bridge Street, New Hope PA. (just above the train tracks) and is open Tuesday through Saturday 10am - 5pm, Sunday 12pm - 5pm, and by appointment. For information call (215) 862-5272 or visit www.buckscountygalleryart.com
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Bucks County's largest Fine Art Gallery offering original paintings and sculpture by contemporary artists. You'll find works of art by local as well as national and internationally awarded artists.