Republic of Georgia Photo Exhibition: June 20 – August 8 (more info!)

June 23, 2016

Photographic Exhibit now on display in Brattleboro, Vermont, USA



through the

Republic of Georgia

         Photography from the Caucasus region


                     Eastern Europe and Central Asia

June 20 – August 8, 2016

Brooks Memorial Library, 224 Main Street, Brattleboro, VT, USA

Official opening with artist meet & greet

Friday, July 1 from 5 – 6 PM at Brattleboro’s monthly art’s walk

 Click on the Gallery Walk link to see more

The sixteen photographs featured in this exhibit were taken over a six month period from September, 2015 – March, 2016. During this time, Stephen lived with a Georgian family in Tbilisi while working as a strategic management advisor for an international peace center.

If you are unable to make this exhibit you may still enjoy it by purchasing the Companion Guide on the website. The guide is an 8 1/2″ x 11″ (22 cm x 28 cm) magazine format with a high quality glossy cover. It features a table of contents, a full-color map indicating where each photograph was taken, and one page dedicated to each photo that includes detailed descriptions, stories, artist personal insights, and historical facts that provide a unique and detailed perspective into each of the images.

The cost is only US $7.99. This is an unbeatable price for a 20 page, high-quality, professionally printed companion piece to this unique exhibit. You, your family and your guest will enjoy paging through it to experience a virtual getaway in an exotic land.

See for yourself. Click on the link below to see a full preview.

See a preview by clicking here

Dummerston, Vermont, resident Stephen Tavella has been exploring and photographing landscapes and cultures from around the world since he spent four years in the Peace Corps in the 1980’s. Fifty countries and six continents later, he recently returned from six months of work in the Caucasus country of the Republic of Georgia. With these sixteen select images, Stephen hopes to convey a sense of that which is uniquely Georgian despite Greek, Roman, Arab, Persian, Mongol, Turkish, Russian, Christian, Muslim, eastern and now western invasions and influences spanning over two millennia. Experience the magic!



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