Victor Mordasov follows in the tradition of the 'Old Masters.'
Saturday, February 23
Victor Mordasov is showcasing his "Faces of Tradition"—a tribute to the Jewish people—in addition to his secular works, at Burchtree Fine Art Gallery in Eagle Village Shops in Wayne. The show runs through March 30. Mordasov studied at the College of Art and the Academy of Art in Minsk, Belarus before immigrating with his family to the United States in 1995. Well known for his paintings in the style of Rembrandt, Mordasov was inspired by the Holocaust as a major theme many of his portrayals. Fearing that the next generation has already forgotten what had happened to the millions of Jews who perished during that time, Mordasov desires to preserve this memory in his exemplary work. His authenticity and sensitivity gives life to the words …
Two Radnor High School students were amongst those who had winning artwork.
U.S. Representative Patrick Meehan (PA-07) on Tuesday honored local high school students for their artwork submitted as part of the Congressional Art Competition. Two Radnor High School students were amongst those who had winning artwork in this year’s Congressional Art Competition. Painting: Oil/Acrylic: First: Andrea Brozak, “Cirque du Chien,” Garnet Valley High School Second: Julia Reichert, “Cliff Color,” Radnor High School Third: Samantha Herman, “Pumpkin and Squash,” West Chester East High School Photography: First: Jessica Savarese, “Untitled,” Garnet Valley High School Second: Emily McElwain-Siems, “City Destination,” Penncrest High School Third: Rosemarie Owoc, “Perspective,” Upper Merion High School Mixed Media: First: …