Featured Artists

Below are art images from some of our nationally, and internationally, recognized artists.  Because the majority of our artwork is original, we encourage you to visit the gallery to view our most current available works.  CONTACT US for addtional information and images.

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SERGEY CHEREP

 

Sergey Cherep was born in Leningrad, Russia, and started sketching and painting as a child.  He was enrolled at age 8 in a school for artists, went on to attend college at the prestigious Serovo Art Institute and graduated in 1988.  In early 1991, Sergey came to America in search of the artistic freedom he desired.   Sergey's painting technique is inspired by the Impressionist work of Van Gogh which shows in his use of vivid, heavy oil paints on canvas.  He currently resides in Atlanta, Georgia where he continues to paint, teach, and exhibit his work.  His paintings are collected worldwide.

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ANNE PACKARD


Anne Packard was born in Hyde Park, NY in 1933.  She Studied at Bard College and further studied with the late artist, Phil Malicoat.  A mostly self-taught artist, Anne initially painted on wood panels and weathered shingles.  Packard shares a kindred relation to the sea with her grandfather Max Bohm, who was a highly acclaimed Romantic Impressionist and one of the founders of the first artist colony.  In 1977, Anne decided to make Provincetown her permanent home. She continues to paint the vista of Cape Cod from her seaside studio there.  Her paintings and giclees are collected worldwide.

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M.P. GERALD


M. P. Gerald was born in Ancash, Peru in 1963. His father was a painter and his mother an acclaimed ceramist, both greatly influencing his artistic growth.   Gerald attended Escuela Nacional de Bellas Artes de Lima and was guided by master painters Miliber Cajahuaringa and Miguel Angel Cuadros. In 1988 he graduated from the renowned art school with a second place prize and a few years later his artwork was presented in major gallery shows.  In 1989 he was awarded first and third place prizes in two different National Exhibitions.  His work is highly recognized and collected. 

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MAYA EVENTOV

Maya Eventov was born in Leningrad, Russia.  At a very young age, Maya's parents introduced her to art from the great masters.  The paintings of the Post-impressionists and those of the Russian Avant-Garde artists especially fascinated her.

After excelling in art as a child, Maya attended the prestigious High School #109 affiliated with the St. Petersburg State Academy of Industrial and Applied Art. She graduated in 1987 with a Masters degree in graphic art and began illustrating children’s books.  In 1990, Maya emigrated to Canada, where her impasto painting style evolved into rich, bold, and bright colors created mostly by using the palette knife.  Her paintings are easily recognizable and are highly collected.

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NICK PACIOREK


Nick Paciorek spent his youth in Chicago where he was awed by colors and brightness from the bleachers of Wrigley Field to the people on the streets.  He spent many hours at museum art exhibits and became captivated by the works of Matisse, from which he draws his painting influence.  Nick uses broad strokes of brilliant color for impact; each  of his pieces a celebration of light and color.  Busy streets and hard city skylines are some of his favorite subjects.  Paciorek now maintains a studio in Providence, RI and his work is seen from coast to coast.

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YVONNE MORA


Yvonne Mora was born in Lima, Peru in 1959, graduating from the Escuela National de Bella's Artes in 1985.  She considers herself an expressionist painter with a strong influence from the masters, Cezanne, Picasso, Van Gogh, and Sorolla.  Her paintings are full of color, light, and life; a very secure brushstroke and a rigorous composition characterize her expressionism.  Known as an independent artist, Mora has developed an original style that has gained her well deserved recognition.  Her work is widely collected in the US, Japan, and South America. 

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