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Artist Khatuna Petsyukha poses with some of her work.

Artist Khatuna Petsyukha poses with some of her work.

Artist Khatuna Petsyukha poses with some of her work.

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An exhibition of Russian artist Khatuna Petsyukha’s oil paintings is set to open at the Signal Arts Centre in Bray on Monday, August 15.

The Dublin-based artist moved to Ireland in 2016 and graduated from the National College of Art and Design in 2021. She has also become a member of the Greystones Art Group and looks forward to showing off her collection of sea and cityscapes nearby in Bray.

This exhibition represents the ever-changing character of nature, cityscapes and us, the inhabitants. A dedicated life watcher and an intrinsic explorer, Khatuna’s true passion is  researching and reflecting on the surrounding space, people and elements, noticing all the details and feeling the colours, shades and ultimately the light.

Her work shows a particular love of the sea, but also features intricate portraits and atmospheric captures of all kinds of natural scenes.

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There is an opportunity to meet the artist at the opening reception evening on Friday, August 19 from 7p.m. to 9p.m.


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