OREANDA-NEWS. On September 17, 2016 the exhibition started in Murmansk to show the paintings created in the course of the Arctic plein-air.  The plein-air was organised by PJSC TGC-1 in Teriberka village and united the beginners and well-known artists from Murmansk, St. Petersburg and Norway.

The paintings reflect the Barents Sea bay, the unkind northern nature, and the industrial object — Nizhne-Teriberskaya HPP integrated smoothly to it.

— The plein-air turned out to be a really Arctic one: the Teriber rain was directly involved into creating of paintings. The sketches look so alive, as if you see through the veil of rain the northernmost landscape for the sake of which the artists rushed to our territories to find these complex shades by mixing, as it might seem, all the colours on the palette, — shared her impressions the artist Tatiana Lasovskya, the plein-air facilitator.

For Teriberka village PJSC TGC-1 hydroelectric power stations are backbone enterprises. Thanks to the construction of power facilities in the 70-80s of the 20th century  the area gained a new life: the road appeared, as well as social facilities and jobs.

— Our operational premises, history and the lives of power engineers themselves are the source of inspiration for many creative projects. The exhibition provides an opportunity not only to see the native landscapes through the eyes of artists, but also think about the contribution the power engineers made for the region's development, —  said Svetlana Sizonenko, the Administrative Director of PJSC TGC-1 Kolskiy branch.

The exhibition will last till October 1, 2016 in the shopping center Moorman Mall (3rd floor).