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Alexander Selytin One Man Show

Join us in celebrating Selytin’s First One Man Show at Southwest Gallery and saluting his distinctive still life painting talent! We cordially invite you to meet the artist

Saturday, September 10th from 1-5 pm

Alexander “Sasha” Selytin was born in the small Russian town of Zolotuchino. His father loved art and encouraged his son to pursue an artistic career. Selytin was fascinated with painting from an early age. In 1978 he entered the Art School in Zeleznogorsk, Russia. After years of training he graduated with an art teacher’s diploma with honors. He was then accepted to the most prestigious art school in Russia, The Academy of Fine Arts, entering at the top of his class in 1989. During this time, he had several paintings selected for student exhibitions in Moscow and New York. In 1990, Selytin moved to the western United States. He was motivated by the Native American culture and in his unique way he started working on related subjects. Still life images of Indian moccasins, Indian headdress and Anasazi pottery have been his main interest. Selytin’s work can be found in many private collections across the nation as well as the permanent collection of Springville Museum of Art and the Huntsman’s Medical Center.


September 10, 2016 to September 17, 2016
1:00pm to 5:00pm


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