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In Bugulma, an exhibition of paintings by young schedules and painters of the Southeast of Tatarstan .

Bugulma - city portal 13.03.2019 at 13:00

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Exhibition Guest can enjoy all kinds of landscapes, portraits, still lifes, executed in different techniques – watercolor, oil, pastel.

In the Bugulminsky center of the Tatar culture has opened a combined exhibition of paintings and graphics of young artists of the South-East of Tatarstan.

the exhibition was held with the participation of head of the Department of youth Affairs, sports and tourism of the Executive Committee Ildar Thiamulin, who noted that it is necessary to develop talents and creative initiatives of the younger generation. As an example, Ildar Thiamulin brought renewed Palace of youth, which will be a platform for exhibition activities.

the Idea opened the exhibition belongs to bugulminski Rabil Kruglyakova, which recently was awarded the title of honored worker of arts RT. "The exhibition itself is unique in the Republic", – said the local painter Jacob Lukyanenko, one of the organizers of the event.

the Exposition abounds with variety of genres and themes. Exhibition guest can enjoy all kinds of landscapes, portraits, still lifes, executed in different techniques – watercolor, oil, pastel.

On the ground floor of the centre of Tatar culture hosted a surreal work in blue and yellow tones of the teacher children's school of arts, a candidate member of the Union of artists of Russia Rustem habirova, but also a kind of still lifes, views of nature of the native land of the painter Edward gazizullina.

Room on the second floor of the center flooded the works of the masters of the brush Leninogorsk. Here are the paintings not only young artists but also eminent professionals. "A visitor can see in every piece its own unique view of the world," said the source.

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