Sunday, November 1, 2009
Monday, September 21, 2009
As the summer turns to fall, join us for a new exhibition opening at Vadim Bora Gallery during the October 2 Art Walk in downtown Asheville.
devoted to the disappearing landscapes of the mountains.
Rusted automobiles half-buried in the earth; once-powerful tractors, now still, awaiting the scrap heap; a leaning barn, functioning only as storage of dusty unused equipment – all are remnants of forgotten abundant lives of the countryside, captured poetically in the artist's indomitable "exuberant expressionist" style.
Oils on canvas
Opening, Friday, October 2, 5-8 p.m.
Monday, August 31, 2009
A select portrait exhibition by Vadim Bora recently concluded at the Grand Bohemian Gallery in Biltmore Village. First exhibited in the lobby of the Grand Bohemian Hotel, the portraits concluded their run on the gallery's front wall last week.
Vadim's current show at the Grand Bohemian is his colorful "Carnival" series. Photos are forthcoming!
Mark your calendars for several upcoming shows at Vadim Bora Gallery in downtown Asheville: Friday, October 2, debuts the works of student art from Beslan and Vladikavkaz, in conjunction with Asheville Sister Cities. The ASCI exhibition runs concurrently and will open the same day at 33 Page Ave, the offices of the organization, and will feature work from students of all six sister cities to Asheville. (This is also the official downtown art walk day.)
Friday, November 6, Mountain Sculptors once again mount a group show -- this time juried -- of sculpture in various media.
Monday, June 8, 2009
Vadim Bora's Village Narrative has been showing at the Grand Bohemian Gallery in Asheville since April 1 and the opening of the Grand Bohemian Hotel in Biltmore Village, NC. The narrative touches on the customs and traditions of the culture of the Caucasus, told with Bora's characteristic humor and often emotive voice.
Sunday, May 17, 2009
Vadim Bora's "Of Home" series has traveled to Greenwood, South Carolina for the exhibition "Art Goes Global" at the Arts Council of Greenwood County. Displayed in the stunning Countybank Gallery, 3,300 square feet of airy space in the Federal Building Galleries on Main Street in Greenwood, the exhibition features Vadim's paintings and sculptures, along with the works of other international artists. The show runs through May 30, 2009.
Monday, February 9, 2009
While Vadim Bora Gallery has its winter break, the Studio bustles with work for upcoming exhibitions in 2009. The image above is a commission for Cincinnati collectors and was the centerpiece for the most recent portrait exhibition. Look for upcoming exhibitions of Vadim Bora's work at the Asheville Area Arts Council and the April Fool Show at Vadim Bora Gallery, both in April.