Events

In addition to bringing to the US some of the finest and rarest paintings from the Eastern Hemisphere, East West Fine Art organizes various cultural events, engaging the community in an informal educational process. Olga and Leeza have prepared an exciting program for the season of exhibitions, live artist shows, and interactive presentations on Russian art and culture.

To view past events, visit our Facebook or Google+ pages.

My Life in Cubes – Georgy Kurasov

Georgy Kurasov White Roses 40 x 32

Location: Bigham Galleria, 2425 Tamiami Trail North, #102

07/21/2017 - 08/11/2017


Georgy Kurasov is an artist of striking individuality in both his thought patterns and his painting style. Intricate, sensual, and executed with mathematical precision, his works transport the viewer into his perfect fantasy world. The skill which is so clearly visible in his works, the depth of his knowledge and understanding of the painting of all ages, the irreproachable perfection of his hand and the keenness of his eyes give his artistic experiments particular weight and conviction. Applauded world-wide for inventing a new style of painting, Kurasov’s legacy is just beginning.

Journey into Another Dimension with Nodar Khokhobashvili

Nodar Khokhobashvili Little Street Light 60 x 18 - Copy

Location: Mercato, 9115 Strada Place, #5130

08/14/2017 - 08/28/2017


Nodar Khokhobashvili was born in the Republic of Georgia and resides also in northern Italy, primarily paints oil on natural wood as his canvas. His paintings of beautiful villa courtyards, staircases and Italian alley ways between ancient architecture are captivating. Nodars’ amazing perception of depth makes one feel as if you can walk into his paintings experiencing the journey with the artist.

New York State of Mind

Oscar and Sharon's Big Day Out

Location: Mercato, 9115 Strada Place, #5130

09/04/2017 - 09/25/2017


American artists Heather Arenas and Patrick Antonelle express their fascination with one of the world’s most iconic cities – New York. Antonelle depicts the city’s historic landmarks, while Arenas invites us to see renowned masterpieces inside its museums.