Russian Spotlight to shine on the Art and Culture at the 2nd Summer Exhibit.
Date: 08/10/2015 15:06 Автор: Olesya and Jerry Koenig
The Director of RACC of Boston Margaret Coleman has joined with the owners of From Russia With Art Gallery and the Manchester Community Center to present two weekends of Russian art and culture. The exhibition will feature beautiful artworks by 12 Russian-American artists from Moscow, St. Petersburg, Ukraine, and the Greater Boston Area. It will be showcasing fine art, Russian handicrafts, food, live music and some historical connections between St. Petersburg and New England.
Located next to the community train station and in walking distance from Singing Beach, for the 2nd time since 2013, the exhibition will feature incredible in detail etchings, dry points, paintings, mixed media, jewelry and embroidery by Russian-American artists, including American Impressionist and Signature member of Oil Painters of America Anatoly Dverin, People's Artist of Russia Stanislav Nikireyev ( 1932-2007) and an outstanding en plein air painter from St. Petersburg Academy of Fine Arts, Alexander Korman. The Artist opening reception on Friday, August 7th , from 5-8 PM, with live music is held by Olesya and Jerry Koenig. Refreshments was served.
On August 8-9th there were a Jewelry & Fashion presented by Bostonian designer Rimma Zaika-Veksler and program for families and children 'Matryoshka Nesting Doll" by the docent of Museum of Russian Icons in Clinton, MA Larisa Dyan.
Among other events at the exhibit, on Friday August 14th from 6-7 PM John Huss of Manchester Historical Museum will have a talk and presentation on Captain Trask and Ship Saint Petersburg. The concert of Commonwealth Lyric Theater (www.commonwealthlyrictheater.com,) including songs from the Ukrainian opera premiere " The Cossack Beyond the Danube" will take place on Saturday, August 15th from 5-6 PM.
for the exhibition poster and full list of events. We are very much looking forward to this great presentation of Russian and Ukrainian fine art and culture to the beautiful communities of Manchester-by-the-Sea and Cape Ann area.
On Sunday August 9th Larisa Dyan made a presentation "Matryoshki Nesting Dolls". Russian tea served. Donations are welcome.
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