Wednesday, November 23, 2011
Holiday exhibit "Joyful Line" by foremost painter of Sumi-e in Europe and America Jan Zaremba with artist reception on December 4
Dear friends and art lovers!
We are pleased to invite you to artist reception , for Master of Sumi-e Jan Zaremba "Joyful Life" exhibit, on Sunday, December 4th, at 3-7 PM.
Bostonian artist, Jan Zaremba is considered to be the foremost painter of Sumi-e ( pantings on sensitive absorbent rice paper, made with a delicate brush loaded with pure ink) in Europe and America. Brush, ink, and paper of such responsiveness are unknown in Western art.
Artist has exhibited in Germany, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Finland and all over USA. The greatest painter of the most aesthetic nation on earth, Dr. Hisashi Ohta, the Living National Tresure of Japan, confers his students to Zaremba. In 1982 Jan Zaremba becomes instructor of Sumi-e and teaches at the Japanese Cultural Center in Los Angeles for 18 years. In 1994 artist was also invited by Chinese painters to join the Chinese Calligraphers and Painters Association.
Jan Zaremba says: " I paint because what appears to us as the world wants to be known. And I am convinced that even in its exquisite horror world is profoundly beautiful. My paintings are exuberant songs of a complete world- symbols of forgotten paradise".
Exhibition is on view at FROM RUSSIA WITH ART Gallery in Cambridge ( near Porter Sq. T station) on November 30- December 24.
Also on sale: Unique Russian paintings, jewelry, souvenirs and Christmas ornaments.
Saturday, November 5, 2011
Brookline Artist Rimma Zaika-Veksler is a designer of handmade, one-of-a-kind contemporary jewelry and accessories.
Rimma's work has been featured on several ABC morning shows and has been carried by prestigious stores in New England, New York, Chicago, Florida and Los Angeles.
Boston Woman Magazine honored her as one of Boston's 100 most interesting women; her creations were published by some of the leading yarn companies as well as industry magazine, Woman's World and Fashion Knitting. As Ruth Khowais once wrote in the Patriot Ledger,"Fashion and Art are often interchangeable. This is especially true in the work of Rimma Zaika who creates artistically designed knittwear". Consistent with her orogonal line of all-natural knittwear, Rimma uses only natural fibers and stones (agates, shimmering pearls, sparkling amethysts and quartzes, sunny ambers, etc) in all of her jewelry creations.
Original jewelry by Rimma Zaika-Veksler is on view and for sale at the gallery on November 20- December 24. Artist reception and trunk show will take place here on November 20th, Sunday, at 12-6 PM.