Thanksgiving was so…yesterday, and the holiday slate of fine art events and exhibitions can really begin to roast, especially in the coming weeks at James Yarosh Associates Fine Art Gallery, New Jersey.
James Yarosh Associates Fine Art Gallery in Holmdel Village, New Jersey, is poised to open the doors on its new “Holiday Show” exhibition, which will feature a lovely collection of Russian Realism and a highly anticipated visit and demonstration from Ukrainian artist Vachagan Narazyan.
The gallery suggested that, “James Yarosh Associates Gallery is known by collectors and the interior design trade as a ‘painter’s gallery,’ exhibiting fine art paintings created for art’s sake, and its critically acclaimed collections of Russian Realism art, which is considered the most important Realism movement of the 20th century. The ‘Holiday Show’ highlights a collection of works by three revered Soviet-era artists: Alexander Danilichev, Nikolai Fedosov, and Nikolai Sergeyev. Yarosh describes the featured paintings as works that ‘find the beauty and poetry in the life around us.’ The collection showcases landscape and pastoral scenes by these learned artists, painting in their free time, that capture their loving depictions of their subjects with masterful simplicity.”
Opening with extended hours on December 5 and 6, the “Holiday Show” will be on view through January 3. Just as exciting is the enticing demonstration from Narazyan, who is making his first visit to the gallery in over 10 years. On December 12 and 13, Narazyan will execute a painting at the gallery and will be available to answer questions. Yarosh writes, “Watching the artist develop a painting will give insight into his craft. Narazyan is unique in that he has honed his skill through academic training in the arts, but that ability is equally matched with his imagination, from which he creates a world of paintings that are very much his own vision.”
To learn more, visit James Yarosh Associates Fine Art Gallery.
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