We are working since 2015
The gallery is located in the center of Nalchik. Not everyone has the opportunity to see the untouched places of nature of Kabardino-Balkaria – here it is possible
On the three levels of the permanent exhibition, there are many photos – the nature of the Caucasus, mountains,rivers and lakes, fields and plains... Some of the images were taken from a helicopter, in hard-to-reach places. Large-format panoramic photos create a sense of presence. You will be pleased not only to see the exhibition, but also to communicate with the people working in the gallery, who will always offer a cup of tea or coffee and show interesting books and photo albums...
In order to increase the trust of our customers, we have insured our activities
We are looking forward to seeing you in our gallery
Artist Zaur Vorokov
- Member of the Union of Photographers of Russia, member of the Union of Journalists of Russia, academician of the International Academy of Creativity.
- Large-format landscape photography.
- A number of personal photo albums, publications in many book and magazine publications.
- Exhibitions, photo projects.
- Various recreational objects are decorated with works, many of them are in private collections in Russia and abroad
WoodZa is a small carpentry workshop located in Kabardino-Balkaria in the city of Nalchik. The production is organized using modern technologies, high-quality machines and tools.
Our joinery craftsmen create objects of various orientations in Loft style with elements of national color. We are using various types of wood growing in the North Caucasus in Southern Russia
The artistic direction assumes the piece-production of decorative items and focuses on their exclusivity. It would be correct to call handicrafts made of unique types of wood, burl and suvel, a work of art created by the joint efforts of man and nature.
We make sure that the materials used to create items do not harm the environment. By creating wood products, we strive to preserve and convey the beauty that has been generously given to us.
No matter how many new synthetic materials for design and decor appear, wood remains as important and irreplaceable, loved at all times. Wood textures, tones and patterns are unique and unrepeatable.