Crimean Tatar Artists Held A Plein Air In The Ancient Villages Of The Bakhchisaray Region

The picturesque Crimean Tatar architecture and the majestic green mountains of the Bakhchisarai region of Crimea served as the main source of inspiration for the participants of the next plein air organized by the famous artist Mamut Churlu. During the plein air, which lasted from May 13 to 21, the artists visited villages such as Airgul, Kokkoz, Ghavr, Bagatyr, Buyuk Ozenbash and Kuchuk Ozenbash. The paintings made during the plein air were presented at the exhibition, which took place on May 21 at the Gorets hotel in the village of Kuchuk Ozenbash.