We proudly show work from dozens of talented artists in our Alexandria Gallery and on our website. All of our artists are listed on the left side of the page simply click on the artist's name to see their work and learn more about them.
- Night Birch I.
Title: Night Birch I. Price: $4,000 Dimensions: 60 x 30 Medium: Acrylic on Canvas
- SOLD - Birches
Title: SOLD - Birches Price: $3,750 Dimensions: 36" x 48" Medium: Acrylic on Canvas
- SOLD - Night Birch
Title: SOLD - Night Birch Price: $5,270 Dimensions: 60" x 40" Medium: Acrylic on Canvas
- SOLD - Night Birch II.
Title: SOLD - Night Birch II. Price: $1,435 Dimensions: 36 x 12 Medium: Acrylic on Canvas
- SOLD - Night Birch III.
Title: SOLD - Night Birch III. Price: $1,435 Dimensions: 36 x 12 Medium: Acrylic on Canvas
- Tuscan View
Title: Tuscan View Price: $2905 Dimensions: 30 x 40 Medium: Acrylic on Canvas
- Windswept Poppies
Title: Windswept Poppies Price: $2,905 Dimensions: 60" x 20" Medium: Acrylic on Canvas
The paintings of Maya Eventov are so rich with color, light and detail that they reflect not only an extraordinary draftsmanship but also a sense of artistic well being and happiness. In the hands of this artist, interiors and still life become extraordinary. The chairs, flowers, harps and Roman pillars take on personas that are sophisticated and rich while also whimsical and fun. Each element has its own independent existence within a unified painting.
Maya began her training as a child in the art schools of Leningrad, where she learned painting, drawing and composition. After attending the Leningrad High College of Art and Design named after V. Muhina, Maya worked professionally as a children’s book illustrator and wallpaper designer. She also took part in the creation of the murals for cinema and concert halls in Leningrad, Moscow, Erevan and Komsomolsk-na-Amure as well as many private residences in Toronto and Dundas, Ontario. She primarily works in watercolors and oil paint and has developed a unique technique combining oil paint with etching. Maya’s watercolors were published in Valencia, Spain and were introduced as prints for the first time in Europe at Birmingham Art Show ‘98, in Great Britain.