Tsira Akhobadze

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Tsira Akhobadze - Georgian artist-designer was born in 1972. She received an art degree first at The Kutaisi Institute of Art and then at The Tbilisi Academy of Fine Art, from which she graduated with honors in 1997. Those years left an indelible mark on her person. Especially the lectures of her professor Ia Pitskhelauri which tremendously influenced Tsira and her work. In the early stages of her career, Tsira- a romantic artist by nature - was fascinated by watercolor techniques. Her landscape paintings, as well as her still lifes in watercolor, captivate viewers.

In 2000-2002 she instructed composition and painting class at The Art College in the department of custom design. She has been living in New York City since 2002. Her artwork was exhibited at The Gallery of Warel-Nase in Jersey City. Being away from her country left its lasting mark on Tsira's creative work. The chirpy, colorful watercolor was replaced with the meticulous graphic. Each of her art pieces contains the enormous repertoire of feelings and events from her life. Some of Tsira's artwork communicates interminable happiness while others convey boundless sadness. The artist is capable of describing and materializing the most dominant human emotions by simply creating artistic details and using them in a virtuous manner. Tsira Akobadze is constantly exploring her innate artistry. She creates original designs for customs/clothing, as well as dazzling jewelry. Her interests include fine-art photography and interior design.,p>

Many of her artwork have become a part of numerous private collections all around the world.

Solo Exhibitions:

1999 – Exhibition/Art Fair – Khobi Cultural Center, Georgia;

2001– Exhibition/Art Fair – Association of Georgian-Italian Union, Tbilisi;

2001– Shervashidze School of Painting, Tbilisi;

2003 – Warel -Nase Gallery, NYC;

2017 - Sepia EYE Gallery

Group Exhibitions:

2001 – Intergenerational Exhibition of Professors at Shervashidze School of Painting, “Gallery Karvasla,” Tbilisi;

2002 – “Blue Gallery” Tbilisi;

2005 –Exhibition Hall of Rustaveli Society, Tbilisi

2008 – Exhibition Hall of Georgian artists’ Union, Tbilisi.

2016- The color after red, Emmanuel Fremin Gallery(Guest Exhibition), NYC

2016 - The colorful shadows, Artifact Gallery, New York, NY

2017 - New York ARTEXPO

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Wild Roses

Wild Roses

36"x24/ Watercolor/ Mixed media