The artist Andrei Protsouk, whose gallery is at 7 N. Sixth St., Stroudsburg, paints in a contemporary figurative style. Sometimes using remnants from the original paints he brought with him from the Soviet Union in 1990, his depictions often feature subjects engaged in intimacies. One large painting, displayed on the wall above his desk, shows a man in a fedora kissing a bare-shouldered woman in a red dress. "Basically, it's all about love," Protsouk said while looking at the woman in red, his English spoken with a Ukrainian accent. "All my paintings."
His ideas, his inspiration, his brushes, canvases and paints are important tools, but Protsouk's computer allows him to show his works to potential customers around the world.