Sunday

Hanging with Horace

I have the pleasure of exhibiting my art in a lovely historic house which used to belong to Horace Greeley, who was the former editor to the New York Tribune among his other accomplishments. This exhibit is part of a town wide endeavor by the Northern Westchester Artists Guild. It'll be up the entire month of June, so please do pay a visit if you're in the neighborhood.

I am considering myself very lucky to have this exhibit venue as my architecturally inspired pieces are a perfect fit. I have hung most of my City Love Affair series in the two story home. The City Love Affair is my affair with St. Petersburg, Russia, and the romantic architecture fits right in here.

Here a few pictures of my pieces spread out among the historical displays on the first floor:






Upstairs is a whole lovely blue gallery which is now filled with all the large pieces in this series. It is like having a little retrospective!





Hopefully I'll see some pictures from the opening reception soon, but meanwhile here's the artist in situ..

4 comments:

Sue Reno said...

What a fabulous setting for your work, it looks great there! Congratulations on the exhibit.

Connie Rose said...

Awesome work, fabulous display!

Karen L R said...

Thanks for posting Natalya! I am delighted to see pictures of your beautiful work hanging in this handsome and historic home. Well done, friend. xo

Giddings Art said...

What a wonderful display! Your work is fantastic! Congratulations on your exhibit!