Simplicity Meeting Elegance this Spring
Holmdel, N.J. - The onset of spring is one of the most simple, yet beautiful examples of renewal in our world. In a celebration of that same simple beauty, James Yarosh Associates Gallery is blending the world of fine art and the straightforward subject matter of our natural environment this spring. By highlighting the work of highly skilled and richly pedigreed Russian artists of the Moscow School of Russian Realism, Yarosh is demonstrating that fine art can truly transform daily living.
As a published designer himself, Yarosh is renowned for providing fine art services to the interior design trade, and residential clients for the last ten years. Yarosh’s 2007 Spring events will be no exception to his history of excellence in representing fine art for the home.
During the month of May, Yarosh will present “A Russian Fairy Tale” as part of the Stately Homes by the Sea, Rumson, N.J. Show House, to benefit the Visiting Nurses Association. As a preview to James Yarosh Associates Gallery Bi-Annual Trunk Show event in June, “A Russian Fairy Tale” will showcase Yarosh’s transformation of a meager servants corridor in which Yarosh will demonstrate how even the most simple subject matter, when paired with fine Russian art, and elegant fabrics can be inspiringly beautiful. “The show house is a nice opportunity to participate and give back to our community, as well as get a sneak peak of works to be featured in our June trunk show,” said Yarosh.
In “A Russian Fairy Tale,” Yarosh creates a fantasy by conceiving that the servant’s quarters, home of the household’s meekest residents, were perhaps the home’s best kept secret, as he imagines them to have held fine art treasures- the priceless family heirlooms that journeyed with their owners to the Western World. Show house visitors will be treated to Yarosh’s employment of elegant Christopher Hyland fabrics, antique runners by Nazmiyal Rug Décor, waxed wall finishes by Randy and Ellen Ingram, art lighting by Ryan Clarke, and Silberstein’s window treatment fabrication. “This is truly a showcase of talents who appreciate beauty & quality,” said Yarosh.
As another example of living with fine art, Yarosh is currently featured in the windows at Garmany of Red Bank. Highlighting fine art as part of impeccable style, Yarosh light-heartedly muses the clichés “Art should never match the sofa,” and “Clothes make the man (and woman!).” In a fun and engaging way, Yarosh poses the question, “Should your wardrobe really match your art, or vice-versa?” A thought most certainly contemplated by any well-dressed dinner party host or hostess.
With a philosophy that fine art can take living with beauty to a whole new level,
The Gallery is open on Saturdays from Noon to 4:00 p.m. and weekdays or evenings by appointment at 55 East Main Street, (Rt. 520) Holmdel, and is one hour from New York City. For more information on James Yarosh Associates Fine Art Gallery (732)332-0056
James Yarosh Associates offers a complete range of fine art consulting available by visiting the gallery or through in-home consultation. Yarosh believes that the experience of purchasing art for the home should be a pleasant and personal one. So whether art is discovered at a design show house that supports a charity endeavor, or while window shopping one find’s a new painting that suits his or her style in a new way, the process should be comfortable and tailored to fit individual needs. Gallery services include suggestion of placement of original fine art and specialty framing. Both the public and the interior design trade are welcome.