Friday, October 5, 2012

Outstanding production of UNCLE VANYA at Apollinaire Theatre in Chelsea and an Art Exhibit

Uncle Vanya is back! Apollinaire Theatre in Chelsea MA ( 189 Winnisimmet Street, invites you to experience their Elliot Norton Award winning production, staged in 4 locations throughout the theater, with the audience moving with the action.

At Apollinaire Gallery, located at the lobby of the theatre you can enjoy an Uncle Vanya Art exhibit featuring 4 Russian-American painters: George Lapchinsky ( oil, Moscow) Alexander Vetrov ( colored etchings, Moscow) Vladimir Volosov (oil, St. Petersburg- Boston) and Tatiana Yanovskaya- Sink ( oil. Boston).

Uncle Vanya takes place in the late 1890's, and the Theatre was seeking works of art in styles that might be present in a home of that era. Paintings and etchings by Russian artists are hung both in the Theatre gallery and in the performance spaces as part of the home, and viewed as the audience moves with an action from room to room.

The show will run from October 10 through November 4 with possible extension through November 11th. Performances on Wednesday-Sunday at 7 30 PM followed by a Reception in the Gallery exhibiting beautiful artworks of From Russia With Art. We hope to see you there, dear friends!

Monday, July 30, 2012

From Russia With Art Autumn Exhibit in Center Makor on September 6- October 7th

We are happy to present our new exhibition- FROM RUSSIA WITH ART AUTUMN EXHIBIT at Center Makor ( , on September 6- October 7, 2012, with an Artist Opening reception on Wednesday, September 12 at 5:00- 8:30 PM. Please see our flayer for more information and directions and contact us via cell 857 253 8421 (Olesya Koenig). New oil and mixed-media paintings and colored etchings by foremost Russian-American painters will be featured at our Autumn exhibit. Original signed prints by Bostonian artist Misha Lenn and dry points by Irina Makoveeva will be also available at the reception and during the exhibit.

Sunday, June 17, 2012

Illuminations Exhibition at Massachusetts General Hospital and Anatoly Dverin Artwork

As part of Arts in Healthcare program, rotating Illuminations Exhibition takes
 place for several years at Yawkey Center for Outpatient Care of Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center.

From Russia With Art Gallery is proud to present there 15 original oil paintings by American Impressionist, Signature Member of Oil Painters of America, Anatoly Dverin.

Opening reception with participating artists present will take place on Tuesday June 19th from 5 30- 7 00 PM, at 55 Fruit Street, Boston, Yawkey Center, 2nd floor mezzanine. Beautiful paintings by Anatoly Dverin are on view in June-September 2012 on the 7th floor of the Center.

Please contact us by 857 756 8185 for additional information. Thank you and have a great summer!

Monday, May 7, 2012

"Iolanta" Opera exhibit at Center Makor on 16-31May

As a part of  2nd International Rachmaninoff Russian Music Festival ( ) "Iolanta" masterpiece opera by P.I.Tchaikovsky will be performed at Center Makor ( 1845 Commonwealth Avenue, Brighton, MA) on 20 th ( at 5 PM) and 22 nd of May (at 8 PM). Here is the link that references Iolanta Opera production:

  Our Gallery features about 30 new paintings and etchings by Alexander Korman, Vladimir Volosov, Tatyana Yanovskaya-Sink, Zakhar Shapiro and Alexander Vetrov to illustrate the Opera Exhibit.

Receptions will take place on 20th of May at 4:00-8:00 PM and 22nd of May from 6:30-8:00PM. Please contact us on (617) 229 9148 for special view .

Please refer to and (617) 771 4870 for directions and more information.

Here is an article in Boston Globe Sunday West edition, published on April 15th that features our First Russian Art And Culture Festival in Newton , MA. Thank you for coming and supporting us, dear friends!

Monday, April 30, 2012

Gallery at Cambridge Open Studios East on May 12-13th

Dear friends! From Russia With Art Gallery is happy to participate in famous Cambridge Open Studios for the 3rd time! Artists throughout Cambridge open their doors to the public during 2 weekends in May. You can meet local artists and discover unique paintings, jewelry, fiber glass, ceramics, film, mixed media, literary works, and more! We shall feature paintings, mixed media, original etchings, signed prints, and hand-made jewelry at Byzantino store location: 355 Cambridge street ( near Inman Sq.) on 12-13 May, at 11 AM- 6 PM. For directions and more information please visit or contact us by phone 857 253 8421. Featured artists are: Vladimir Volosov (oil paintings) Tatyana Yanovskaya-Sink (oil paintings) Misha Lenn ( mixed media, signed prints) Alexander Vetrov (colored etchings) Stanislav Nikoreyev (etchings) Irina Makoveeva ( animals dry points) Rimma Zaika-Veksler- (jewelry designer) Unigue Russian handicrafts. See you soon! Olesya& Jerry Koenig

Tuesday, March 20, 2012

FROM RUSSIA WITH ARTS AND CULTURE Festival in Newton Cultural Center at 225 Nevada Street on 20-22April

The Newton Mayor's Office for Cultural Affairs, Setti Warren, Mayor, Newton Cultural Center, From Russia With Art Gallery, Russian American Cultural Center of Boston, Baza Food Market and Cafe Saint Petersburg are proud to organize and sponsor the "From Russia With Arts and Culture Festival," at the Newton Cultural Center, 225 Nevada Street, Newtonville, MA 02460, from Friday, April 20 through Sunday, April 22
Grand Opening reception will be at 5:00 PM on Friday, 20 th.

This event will introduce outstanding Russian culture and arts to all of the population of Newton. It will serve to attract people who want to learn about the culture of their numerous Russian neighbors.

The city possesses a wide spectrum of Russian Immigrant human talent: Nobel Laureates, musicians, artists, doctors, researchers, engineers, teachers, scientists, business owners and entrepreneurs. The festival will present both classical and jazz musicians, a soprano, film makers, authors, dancers, a fashionshow by Bostonian designer Rimma Zaika-Veksler, with models for clothing along with jewelry (on Sunday, April 22nd, at 1-2PM) and of course many of the best Russian artists living in the metropolitan area as well as Russia. There will be Russian food to sample for those attending the opening on Friday, April 20. Many of the artists participating will be residents of Newton and Greater Boston.

The festival will be opened by Mayor, Setti Warren at 6:00pm, Friday, April 20. This will be followed by a short concert by leading Russian musicians, the outstanding pianist, Tatyana Dudochkin, New England Conservatory and soprano, Yelena Dudochkin of Opera Classica Europa and Boston Midsummer Opera. Both Tatyana and Yelena are residents of Newton.

Next, Natalia Karaseva and Alisa Apreleva, both of Berklee College of Music, will sing some traditional Russian songs. Russian food and soft drinks will be provided for free by our food sponsors, Baza Food Market and the Cafe Saint Petersburg, during the course of the evening. While all of this is happening an art exhibition and sale will be going on. This show will feature works by some of the finest Russian artists exhibiting in America, some of whom now live in Newton and the metropolitan area, while a few still reside in Moscow.

Our participating artists for the festival will be Anatoly Dverin, Stanislav Nikireyev (1932-2007), Stass Shpanin, Alexander Vetrov, Irina Makoveeva, Jan Zaremba, Tatiana Yanovskaya-Sink, Professor Vladimir Volosov, Ekaterina Khromin, George Lapchinsky, Alexander Korman and Misha Lenn- They all had exhibits at FROM RUSSIA WITH ART Gallery in Cambridge, MA and examples of their fine artworks are enclosed.

On Saturday, April 21, our very ambitious program will start at 10:00AM and continue till 7:00PM. Larisa Dyan of the Museum of Russian Icons in Clinton, MA, will tell Russian folk tales with Russian dolls demonstration. Then Margaret Dyer Coleman, Director of Russian-American Cultural Center of Boston will display and discuss the McCausland-Woronko collection of unique Russian handicrafts. At 3:00PM Russian film makers, Mikhail Brusilovsky and Mariya Gershteyn will lead a discussion with film screenings, and more!

On Sunday, April 22, at 2:30-4:00PM Jan Zaremba will demonstrate his Sumi-e painting technique. His excellent works will be exhibited throughout the festival and available for sale.

Lastly, there will be Russian Romance and Folk songs performed by students at Berklee College of Music.

Everyone is welcome for first Russian Culture Festival in Newton and admission is free! For questions please contact Olesya and Jerry Koenig at 617 714 3055, 857 253 8421 cell and