Troika Gallery in downtown Easton is bringing back a popular show from two years ago, “Grand Art for Under a Grand.” Artists represented by Troika, about three dozen of them,
have agreed to join in again for this special September show that opens on September 8 at 5 p.m. Paintings in oil, pastel, watercolor, acrylic and pencil, as well as bronze sculptures and pottery in clay and porcelain, are included. Artworks included in this show cost under $1,000.
Original works for this special show are by Troika’s renowned artists: Jorge Alberto, Kenn Backhaus, Dmitry Dorokhin, John Ebersberger, Deborah Elville, Laura Era, J.A. Ferrier, Kevin Fitzgerald, David Buckley Good, Andrew Schuler Guerin, John Davis Held, Matthew Hillier, Mark Hiles, Bo Jia, Jeanette Le Grue, Ken Lehman, Lynne Lockhart, Peter S. Loonam, Kirk McBride, Lou Messa, Raoul Middleman, Terry Miller, Dorothy F. Newland, Victor Nizovtsev, Brendan O’Neill, W. Stanley Proctor, Christopher Richard, Julia Rogers, William Storck, Carol Lee Thompson, David H. Turner, Paula Waterman, Jennifer Heyd Wharton, Chris Wilke, Vladislav Yeliseyev and Mathew Zoll.
The opening reception will be on the second Friday in September to avoid the Labor Day weekend. The exhibit will open on Friday, September 8 and will feature a festive atmosphere with catered small bites and libations beginning at 5 p.m. No paintings will be sold until the doors open at 5 p.m. and for the first 30 minutes. One must be present to buy.
Featuring “The Finest of Fine Art,” Troika Gallery is the longest operating gallery on the Eastern Shore. Professional artists and co-owners, Laura Era and Jennifer Heyd Wharton, along with Gallery Manager Peg Fitzgerald, welcome the public and will happily address questions on art, portraiture and framing. Troika Gallery is located at 9 South Harrison Street in Easton and is open daily from 10 a.m. until 5:30 p.m. and Sunday by appointment. For more information, call 410-770-9190 or visit www.troikagallery.com.