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 and by phone (617) 714 30 55 for our price list.

Saturday, June 26, 2010

Gallery Permanent Address

Dear Friends and Russian Art lovers!

We are so happy to announce that our Gallery ( is moving on 22 of July to its permanent location.

We will be right on one of the most lively streets in Cambridge, a 5 min. walk from the Porter Square T station, that has a lot to offer to Bostonians and guests. Our address is 1977, Massachussets avenue, Cambridge, MA. Our phone is (617) 7143055. We will invite you to our Opening party soon.

Yours Olesya & Jerry Koenig

Thursday, June 3, 2010

In Search of Perfection

Alexander Vetrov series of easel-painted etchings about Moscow area and North of Russia created during last 20 years are the most popular. Among them are: "Kostroma land","Vologda land","Returning to native roots", " Landmarks of Russian Architecture". Most of these series are done in techniques of colour etching in which A. Vetrov, as an artist, feels complete freedom and confidence. His works are detailed pictures-panoramas with complicated compositions.
The incredible attitude to details harmonizes with the breadth of the plot and the accuracy in the rendering of the chosen theme. The competent, professional attitude towards the colours in drawing is another peculiarity of his works. The color is used tactfully and does not break the integrity of general tone development of the work. The artist Vetrov is permanently in search of perfection, working much and hard on his works and he achieves the success.
The artist visited From Russia With Art Gallery in Cambridge, MA in April 2010. That was his first visit in the United States. He participated also in Opening Reception at Gallery 1295 at Childrens Hospital Boston. " The exhibition of artist Vetrov-is the strongest impression for the last period, because such a sharp purity- is really a rarity. The light of goodness, hope for the better are traced through all his etchings. There is no hopelessness even in the works casting the sadness...We want to say " See you, Alexander Vetrov. We will be looking for new works and new meetings with the person presented to us the joy! Good luck to you the Master with the Gods spark of goodness!"-Olga Mironova, the friend of Art Library-from the Book of comments, November 1997.
Alexander Vetrov- is an outstanding artist of pure Russian landscape tradition.

Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Current News June 2010

Our dear friends! Please visit our website Soon it will be filled in with new etchings, paintings, sculptures and multimedia artworks of honored artists from Russia.
We would like also to invite you to visit Gallery 1295 at 1295, Boylston Street, Boston where we exhibit about 30 artworks for Childrens Hospital Boston. It is right next to Fenway Park, and runs from April 4 th till june 30 th, 2010. Exhibition is organised in cooperation with Paliative care initiative. 5 linocut prints on Russian Tales were presented by From Russia with Art Gallery to Children s Hospital Boston during opening reception on April 14 th.