|“A Russian Fairy Tale” Fine Art Trunk Show
200 Piece Offering Set to be Opportunity for Collectors, Investors
Holmdel, NJ- James Yarosh Associates Fine Art Gallery presents the much anticipated “A Russian Fairy Tale” fine art trunk show which will be his most expansive to date, and will feature more than 200 paintings of the Moscow School of Russian Realism making their debut in this country. Co-hosted with Russian art historian John Wurdeman, the show is an exclusive, one-weekend-only event scheduled for June 23 and 24 from 12:00 - 4:00 p.m. both Saturday and Sunday.
“I’m very proud of this show,” said Yarosh. “It is not every day that a gallery owner gets to say ‘thank you’ to his clientele with an opportunity like this one.”
Yarosh encourages both casual collectors and those seeking an opportunity to invest in fine art to attend the forthcoming show to take advantage of the opportunity to purchase fine Russian pieces which may soon escalate in value due to the fact that demand for such work has more than doubled since 2006. “Now is the time to take advantage of the market,” he said. “Prices are still in a comfortable range for collectors in this area. I am holding prices for this event.”
Teasing this event as the “I Told You So Show”, Yarosh, a champion of fine Russian art for almost 10 years, has predicted that Russian art values would climb as a result of the skyrocketing notoriety of the work. “As we continue to represent fine Russian artists, and watch the market for future offerings, we are excited about the investment potential of these pieces.” In fact, Yarosh happily reports that several pieces he has secured for clients have recently tripled in value.
Also due to an unprecedented increase in demand, Yarosh is advising clients that the level of quality seen in the works of older Russian artists may soon be more difficult to acquire. “These studios are rapidly being discovered by international dealers and museums,” said Yarosh. “It is creating a frenzy for those who want to invest in paintings by potential masters in Russian art.”
Yarosh said the caliber of art to be featured in “A Russian Fairy Tale” goes beyond what would be expected of a suburban New Jersey gallery. A number of works included in the show were recently featured in the Rumson Stately Homes by the Sea Designer Show House. “This is an opportunity to view world-class work by richly-pedigreed and highly-skilled painters,” he said.
Yarosh, a published designer himself, is known for representing critically acclaimed international fine art collections to both private collectors and the interior design trade. He encourages the placement of fine art in daily living spaces as a way to celebrate the beauty of everyday life, and further appreciate art.
Yarosh welcomes visitors to his gallery, which is located one hour outside New York City in Holmdel, New Jersey at 55 East Main Street, (Rte. 520) Holmdel, New Jersey 07733 732 332 0056