The life of young artist Sasha Putrya ended just after her 11th birthday, but her soul lives on in her poems, letters and notes, as well as 2,279 amazing drawings. She created drawings in pencil, felt-tip pen and watercolor paints, and her works are an inspiration to many young artists. After her death, Sasha Putria was awarded the Gold Medal of Christ the Savior, the Order of St. Nicholas the Wonderworker "For Multiplying Good on Earth", and the icon "Lord Almighty".
In 1994, the idea of creating the "Children's Art Gallery named after Sasha Putrya" appeared, which offers wide opportunities for creativity and exposition of the works of young artists. The gallery organizes changing exhibitions, and also works with preschoolers and younger schoolchildren. Every Saturday, "Family Visit" is held, where children are engaged in artistic activities, and parents can join in the beauty and see the halls of the art museum. In addition, regional competitions are held annually for the best children's works in various categories, including music, poetry and visual arts.