Thursday, December 9, 2010
Dear friends of our Gallery!
On 10-24 December 2010, there is a Christmas sale -10% off on all artwork.
Currently, we represent Russian and Russian-American artists Irina Makoveeva, Alexander Vetrov, Stanislav Nikireyev, Ekaterina Khromin, George Lapchinsky, Alexander Korman, sculptor Masha Volkova, as well as our new batik artist,Elena Saradzhyan. Originally from Moscow, Elena now lives in Cambridge, MA. Her beautiful, hand made natural silk, batik scarves and panels are very reasonably priced and will make perfect gifts for the holiday season.
Also on sale are vintage Soviet propaganda posters, vintage linocut prints on fairy tales and small animal original dry points by famous Irina Makoveeva.
We are open Wed-Sun from 10 30 - 7:00PM at 1977 Mass. Ave, Cambridge. www.fromrussiawithart.org, 617 354 2930.
Wednesday, November 24, 2010
New exhibition- FROM RUSSIA WITH ART - is on view at NewTV ( Newton TV), at 23 Needham street, Newton MA ( 617 9657200). It is open for public on Mondays-Thursdays
at 10 00-9 30PM and on Fridays at 10 00- 6 00PM.
Our Gallery represents there 3 formost etching artists from Moscow, Russia -
Irina Makoveeva, Stanislav Nikireyev and Alexander Vetrov.
Black and white and colored original landscape etchings, scenes of Russian villages and towns, wild animals and many breeds of cats and dogs- you can see and feel what our favorite artists felt when they produced them.
The reception will take place at NewTV on December 3, at 6-8PM.
Please contact us for further information at 617 714 30 55.
Saturday, October 23, 2010
FROM RUSSIA WITH ART Gallery in Cambridge
is pleased to present an exhibition of en plein air artist ALEXANDER KORMAN, on 10 November-13 February 2011. The Opening Reception will take place here at 1977 Mass. Avenue on Sunday, 14 november at 3-6PM. The Closing Reception will be on Friday, February 11,at 5-8PM.
Originally from St.Petersburg, Russia, Alexander Korman is renowned artist, who is able to bring finest nuances of surrounding nature and human features alive on canvas.
Korman's love for Impressionism, combined with his rigorous training in Realism created a unique fusion, resulting in a romantic affair with en plein air painting. He earned a Master's Degree in Fine Arts at the prestigious St.Petersburg Academy of Art and Design. While developing his own unique style, he follows in the footsteps of the great Russian tradition of artist such as: Levitan, Korovin and Serov.
Over past decade, Alexander has lived in Boston and painted throughout New England. He is passionate about the beauty of this area and particulary with the seascapes of the ocean. Alexander hopes that his works inspire viewers to rejoice in the present.
He is the member of Boston Center for the Arts and exhibits his work in numerous shows in New England.His work is exhibited in museums, galleries and private collections in Russia, Poland,Spain,Israel,Canada and the United States.
Saturday, October 2, 2010
You are cordially invited for the Opening Reception for Moscow artist, Irina Makoveeva. Irina is considered to be the best animal etching artist in Russia. In 2005, she was awarded the special status of 'Honored Artist of Russia" by President of Russia.
In her hometown of Moscow, Irina teaches young artists and organizes competitions, as well as hosting a regular TV show. She has always had a fondness for animals and enjoys capturing their personalities in her etchings. Irina is already popular in the Boston metropolitain are and is also currently exhibiting some of her delightful artwork, "Little Things" at Children's Hospital Boston. The "FROM RUSSIA WITH ART Gallery" at Porter Sq. represents Irina in New England and has over 200 of her etchings on display and available for sale at its 1977 Mass. Avenue location or online at
So please come and join us for the Reception on Thursday, October 14, from 5:00- 830 PM.
Wednesday, September 22, 2010
FROM RUSSIA WITH ART Gallery has recently acquired a limited number of interesting Soviet vintage propaganda posters, covering a variety of subjects.
They are on sale at our Gallery for $60-$100. If you are interested, please come visit us at 1977, Massachussets Avenue, Cambridge,t.617 3542930. Supplies are extremely limited.
Soviet posters are relatively new area of collecting art. They were virtually unavailable in the West until Perestroika. With the decline of communism,there is more interest then ever in the images from this social experiment.
The Post-War period was marked by a return to social Realism, with Stalin once again becoming the focus of many posters. The Stalinist Period ( till 1953) revealed images of utopian harmony. Revolutionary fervor returned in the 60s, fanned by Cold War, Viet Nam and the Space Race, and this was reflected in more heroic and satirical images. As Perestroika (1984-present) came, protest had became a dominant and powerful poster theme.
Wednesday, September 15, 2010
Our dear friends and lovers of Russian art!
We are happy to announce our SALE of colored etchings by Honored Artist of Russia Alexander Vetrov -one of the greatest etching artists that we are very proud to represent in our Gallery. Prices on some etchings being lowered by 50%.
Please visit us at 1977, Massachusetts avenue, Cambridge. We are in 5 min walk from Porter Sq T station, at the corner with Beech street. For prices, please contact our Gallery on Wednesday- Sunday, at 10 30 - 7 pm, over the phone (617) 3542930.
Wednesday, August 25, 2010
On Thursday & Friday, August 19 & 20, the Grand Opening of our gallery took place. Katya Khromin, our contemporary mixed media artist, was here both nights and met and talked about her artwork, which was on display, with the over 120 people on Thursday and 80 visitors on Friday. Refreshments were served and live entertainment was provided with a violinist on Thursday and a pianist on Friday for everyone's entertainment. Our gallery is planning another "Opening" with refreshments and music in late September for steel sculpture artist, Masha Volkova. Additional openings for different artists are planned in October for our dry point etching artist, Irina Makoveeva and in November for artist, Alexander Gassel. Our gallery is planning to have an opening or an event every month, so keep an eye on this blogspot for future announcements and dates.
Saturday, August 7, 2010
We are happy to invite you to visit our new permanent location, at 1977 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge. We are near the Porter Square T station, a 3 minute walk away, on the corner with Beech Street, in a modern white building. Our working hours are 10:30AM - 7:00PM, Wednesday through Sunday. New fine Russian Art is on display and for sale! Everyone is invited to our Grand Opening Reception, on 19 - 20 of August, from 5:00PM - 9:00PM. Contemporary Russian-American painter, Ekaterina Khromin will be present at the Reception. Refreshments will be served. We hope to see you soon!
Monday, June 28, 2010
After attending SOWA Open Fridays in Boston and talking with a number of artists and experts familiar with the American art scene, we have made a decision to change the focus of our Gallery to be more contemporary. We are now working with contemporary artist Ekaterina Khromin, who has exhibits at the Windham Fine Arts Gallery, Windhan NY and James Cox Gallery, in Woodstock, NY.
Ekaterina Khromin received her M.F.A .from St. Petersburg Academy of Fine Arts in 1980 and her Ph.D. from USSR Academy of Art in 1983. She worked as a professor in St Petersburg Academy of Fine arts,teaching portrait,cast,and figure drawing, as well as watercolor and graphic techniques. Ms. Khromin has participated in many international exhibitions since 1990.She was awarded a Gold medal for the poster design in Venice Biennale in 1990. The same year her family moved to the United States. In 1999 her works were selected from Society of Illustrators Annual Edition of American Illustration.
From Russia with art Gallery in Cambridge, MA is very proud to present wonderful, bright,contemporary mixed-media, acrylic on canvas artworks by Ekaterina Khromin. Please contact us on http://www.fromrussiawithart.org/ and by phone (617) 714 30 55 for our price list.