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Snail Hunt,  oil, 9 x 12, Lynn Lockhart

 

Troika Gallery Artist, Vladislav Yeliseyev, featured in upcoming issue of PleinAir Magazine.

 

Troika Gallery Artist, Vladislav Yeliseyev, will be featured in the June/July issue of PleinAir Magazine.  Classically trained, his unique ability to reflect the transparency of natural light in his paintings and to accentuate the artistic qualities of depicted objects has earned him a high reputation among art collectors. Vlad is a founder of Renaissance School of Art in Sarasota, Florida where he teaches classes and workshops. He is an award-winning artist and an exhibiting member of many art societies nationwide. Vladdy has a strong following at Troika Gallery.  Look for a spotlight on his work in PleinAir Magazine.  Easton Summer, depicted right, is currently on view at Troika Gallery.
 

Easton Summer, watercolor, 11 x 14, Vladislav Yeliseyev

May 3, 2017

Troika Gallery co-owner to attend National Portrait Conference

Jennifer Heyd Wharton, co-owner of Troika Gallery will attend The Portrait Society of America's 19th Annual The Art of the Portrait Conference, on April 20, 2017, in Atlanta, GA. She will join portrait artists from all over the world for a weekend gathering. The annual conference offers demonstrations, programs where fellow artists discuss techniques and methods, panel discussions, workshops and the opportunity to network with the premier portrait artists in the world. Jennifer Heyd Wharton is an award-winning American Realist oil and watercolor portrait artist whose paintings have been commissioned by individual art collectors and corporations throughout the US. Jennifer is currently the South Carolina State Ambassador for The Portrait Society serving a three-year term. Visit www.jenniferhwharton.com for more information.

Margaret, oil, 11 x 14, Jennifer Heyd Wharton

 National War College recognizes Laura Era for Historical Portrait

 Maryland's Version of First Reading of Emancipation Proclamation, 2010, Laura Era,

The National Defense University National War College recognized Troika Gallery co-owner, Laura Era, for her painting of Maryland's Version of "First Reading of the Emancipation Proclamation by President Lincoln" and the significant contribution that Anna Ella Carroll made as a woman in American history. Laura Era painted a stylized replica of Francis Bicknell Carpenter’s famous 1864 painting “The First Reading of the Emancipation Proclamation by President Lincoln.” Carpenter’s painting hangs in the U.S. Capitol. Along with Lincoln and his cabinet members,

Carpenter's painting prominently depicts an empty chair draped with a red shawl, along with maps and notes similar to those Carroll carried. Many historians believe it was Carpenter’s way of acknowledging Carroll as the unrecognized member of the Cabinet. Era’s painting, titled “Maryland’s Version of The First Reading of the Emancipation Proclamation,” includes the addition of Anna Ella Carroll sitting in the previously empty chair and wearing the red shawl. The National War College Class of 2016, Zena Members, Alumni Association, Friends of Anna Ella Carroll, F. Bittner, C.K. Larson, Brigadier General Darren E. Hartford and NWC Faculty, and Ms. Allene Lainey Mikrut all contributed to the dedication and the presented portrait of Anna Ella Carroll to the College.

 Academy Society of Marine Artists exhibits Troika Artist, Terry Miller 

February 21, 2017

Troika Artist, Terry Miller, is included in The Academy Art Museum's 17th National Exhibition of the American Society of Marine Artists with the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum. Miller's art, To The Open Sea, graphite on bristol board, was inspired by the textures and diverse rocky coastline of Maine. Curated by  Anke Van Wagenberg (AAM) and Pete Lesher (CBMM) the traveling exhibition promotes American marine art and history. The exhibit runs through April 10, 2017, at both locations.

To the Open Sea, graphite on bristol board, Terry Miller,

January 14, 2017

Laura Era, Troika Co-Owner receives First Place At KIFA

Laura Era received an award of 'First Place in Pastel' at the Kent Island Federation For the Arts, juried show 'The Human Form,' on January 14, 2017. Her pastel titled " Passion" is on view in this exhibition of figurative works titled "The Human Form" which runs through February 25, 2017. The judge was Palden Hamilton who received a BFA, from The Art Institute of Chicago and studied at the Art Students League of New York, and is a noted master of depicting the human form. Laura also received Second Place for her oil painting titled"Turn Your Eyes Upon Him." The Kent Island Federation of the Arts is located at 405 Main Street, Stevensville, Maryland. The organization was founded in 1963 as a non-profit community organization, built on making the arts accessible to Kent Island and the surrounding environs.

Troika Artists, Juried into American Impressionist Society

Troika Artists, Chris Wilke, and Vladislav Yeliseyev were recently juried into the American Impressionist Society Inaugural AIS "Impressions: Small Works Showcase" Juried Exhibition which will run March 11-25, 2017 at the Randy Higbee Gallery, in Costa Mesa, California. The Judge of Awards: AIS Master Peggi Kroll-Roberts

Troika Gallery Named Best Art Gallery on the Eastern Shore 

June 1, 2017

 

 Lynne Lockhart, Selected by Jury for Society Show

 

Troika Gallery Artist, Lynne Lockhart, has been selected by a jury to participate in the 57th Annual Exhibition of the Society of Animal Artists, to be displayed from September 2 through October 29, 2017, at The Hiram Blauvelt Art Museum. Selected from 396 submissions the discerning jury selected 93 works of art from high caliber artists. Troika Gallery is especially proud of Lynne's painting titled, Snail Hunt, an oil on canvas, 9 x 12 inches and featured on the Troika Gallery announcement card for The 2017 Annual Spring Group Show. The winning painting is currently on exhibit in the gallery.  Lynne Lockhart creates paintings in a style that embraces a love of life. She studied at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts and the Corcoran School of Art. She is a signature member of the Society of Animal Artists.

 

 

May 9, 2017

Troika Gallery, for the fifth year in a row, is named the Best Art Gallery on the Eastern Shore by What’s Up? Media of Annapolis. Troika Gallery is the longest operating gallery on the Eastern Shore, exhibiting The Finest of Fine Art since 1997.  With 36 national and international artists, the gallery presents original, classically based fine art from traditional to contemporary to classical realism. Subjects include landscapes, marine, commissioned portraits, still life, florals, fantasy, sculpture, and porcelain. Troika also offers professional framing services.  Laura Era and Jennifer Heyd Wharton, successful professional artists and gallery owners, along with manager Peg Fitzgerald, provide information on the exhibiting artists and welcome all art lovers to browse the collections.

 

 

 

 

 

 

What's Up magazine readers voted with ballots naming the 'Best Of' ' in over one hundred categories. The 2017 Ultimate Best of What's Up Party on June 15, with note Troika Gallery, with a champagne toast, award-winning food, a silent auction, and live entertainment at the Loews Annapolis Hotel.  Troika Gallery is open Monday through Saturday, 10 am to 5:30 pm, and Sunday by appointment. During the First Friday Gallery Walks, Plein Air Easton, and the Waterfowl Festival the gallery hosts receptions.  Visit Troika Gallery to experience first-hand, the exceptional excellence distinguishing it as the Eastern Shore’s premier Fine Art Gallery.

 

 

Troika Gallery, 9 South Harrison St., Easton, MD 21601

The National Defense University National War College recognized Troika Gallery co-owner, Laura Era, for her painting of Maryland's Version of "First Reading of the Emancipation Proclamation by President Lincoln" and the significant contribution that Anna Ella Carroll made as a woman in American history. Laura Era painted a stylized replica of Francis Bicknell Carpenter’s famous 1864 painting “The First Reading of the Emancipation Proclamation by President Lincoln.” Carpenter’s painting hangs in the U.S. Capitol. Along with Lincoln and his cabinet members, Carpenter's painting prominently depicts an empty chair draped with a red shawl, along with maps and notes similar to those Carroll carried. Many historians believe it was Carpenter’s way of

 acknowledging Carroll as the unrecognized member of the Cabinet. Era’s painting, titled “Maryland’s Version of The First Reading of the Emancipation Proclamation,” includes the addition of Anna Ella Carroll sitting in the previously empty chair and wearing the red shawl. The National War College Class of 2016, Zena Members, Alumni Association, Friends of Anna Ella Carroll, F. Bittner, C.K. Larson, Brigadier General Darren E. Hartford and NWC Faculty, Ms. Allene Lainey Mikrut; contributed to the dedication and presented a portrait of Anna Ella Carroll to the College.

March 2, 2017

Troika Artist, Vladislav Yeliseyev, watercolorist, will participate in Plein Air Easton 2017.  He is one of 58 competition artists juried into the competition by Jury Judge Jill Carver.  The festival opens on July 17 and runs through July 23. Vladislav exhibits his stunning architectural illustrated watercolors work at Troika Gallery. He is the founder of the Renaissance School of Art.

Troika Artist, Vladislav Yeliseyev Juried into Plein Air Easton

February  20, 2017

March 10, 2017

January 13, 2017

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