Photographs from art events across the United States

Picture gallery: photographs from art events across the United States


Boulevard Fine Art (Clarendon Hills, IL) recently held an artist reception for 17 year-old prodigy Anna Sheversky. The artist’s work is described as contemporary realism and features still life subjects. Shown in the photo, from left to right: David Manola, gallery owner; Anna Sheversky, artist; Gregory MacBain, artist representative; and Todd Sherlock, gallery manager.


MAC Fine Art hosted an exhibition of works by artist Marko Mavrovich (a.k.a. Marko). Marko works in oil on canvas, often depicting scenes and Mediterranean landscapes in a contemporary, Impressionist style. Shown, left to right: George Johnson III, co-director; Maryann Cohen, owner; Nancy Zebrovious, gallery director; and Marko Mavrovich, artist.


The Goldman Warehouse, which houses the private art collection of Janet and Troy Goldman, officially opened its doors with an exclusive reception for Art Miami exhibitors, gallery owners, collectors and community art aficionados. Shown in left photo are the always colorful artists and sisters, Haydee (left) and Sahara Scull (right), with Haydee’s son Miguel. Right photo shows Lauren Poster in front of a painting by her father, artist Jules Olitski, director of the Burstein Family Foundation. Photograph by Manny Hernandez.


Fine Art Services & Peninsula Gallery recently featured the black-and-white photography of Kristen Maier. Shown here during the opening reception are Maier (left) with gallery owner, Carolyn Birchenall.


Artist Melody Planeuf welcomes Boston Mayor Thomas Menino to Fenway Studio’s annual Open Studios event. This year’s event marked this national historic landmark’s 99th anniversary as the oldest continuous artist community in the United States.


Left to right: Sculptors Hugh Blanding and Bob Piercey take time out from an “old-fashioned, cowboys against Indians, showdown.” during which the artists sculpted on the premises of Canyon Ridge Gallery. The event was hosted by the gallery during the annual Cowboy Western Art Walk in Old Town Scottsdale.


“Collage,” an exhibit of works by George Herms (b. 1934); William Dole (1917-1983); and Basil Langton (1912-2003), was held at the Tobey C. Moss Gallery. Shown here are George Herms with Tobey Moss.


The Sylvan Gallery featured the work of Ted Ellis as part of the Sixth Annual Charleston Fine Art Dealers weekend event. Shown on far left and far right are owners Joe and Janie Sylvan with artist Ted Ellis (center).


Wilson Gallery’s “Unfurled” show featured pastels by artist and author of “Pastels Made Easy,” Anne Heywood. Shown here during the opening reception are, left to right, Anne Heywood, artist/author; Ron Wilson, owner; and Jena Holt, gallery director.


Shown during the recent opening featuring a collection of Pablo Picasso’s works on paper are collectors Chris Ramos (left) and Dan Baugher.


Opus Gallery recently featured the works of the internationally renowned artist Yuri Gorbachev in the show “The Gorbachev Museum Collection.” Shown during the opening reception are the artist and Margarita Shuster, gallery owner. Yuri is the nephew of Mikhail Gorbachev, the former Soviet Union president.


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