New spring paintings by the Troika Gallery artists are featured at the gallery’s Annual Spring Group Show that opens on April 5, in partnership with the return of the popular First Friday Gallery Walks in Easton. The evening will present light fare, beverages, and a chance to meet with some of the gallery artists from 5 to 8 p.m. The Spring Group Show runs through June 4.
Presenting “The Finest of Fine Art” in historic downtown Easton since 1997, Troika Gallery is the longest operating gallery on the Eastern Shore. Whether an art collector, art lover or an art browser, everyone will enjoy a visit to Troika Gallery as the friendly ambience has cultivated loyal followers.
Troika is proud to represent: Jorge Alberto, Kenn Backhaus, John Ebersberger, Carolyn Egeli, Deborah Elville, Laura Era, J.A. Ferrier, Kevin Fitzgerald, David Buckley Good, Andrew Schuler Guerin, John Davis Held, Mark Hiles, Matthew Hillier, Bo Jia-Middle Kingdom, Jeanette Le Grue, Lynne Lockhart, Peter S. Loonam, Kirk McBride, Lou Messa, Raoul Middleman, Terry Miller, Dorothy F. Newland, Victor Nizovtsev, Brendan O’Neill, Sara Linda Poly, W. Stanley Proctor, Christopher L. Richard, Julie Rogers, Ann Didusch Schuler, William Storck, Carol Lee Thompson, David H. Turner, Paula Waterman, Jennifer Heyd Wharton, Chris Wilke, Vladislav Yeliseyev and Matthew Zoll.
Original works in oil, watercolor, pastel, bronze, acrylic, porcelain and clay by these renowned artists are displayed, with new work constantly refreshing the exhibit spaces.
Professional artist and owner Laura Era and Gallery Manager Peg Fitzgerald welcome a visit to browse Troika’s extensive collections in various mediums. Commissioned fine art portraits are displayed by Laura Era and Jennifer Heyd Wharton, members of the Portrait Society of America. Their expert proficiency at capturing the essence of a personality can be seen in the back studio of the gallery. Custom framing is available through the gallery with an extensive collection of high-quality frame samples on display. Connections to professional specialists in the field of art restoration and fine art appraisal can be arranged through the gallery.
Troika Gallery is located at 9 South Harrison Street in downtown Easton and is open Monday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday by appointment. For more information, call 410-770-9190 or visit www.troikagallery.com.