Two one-person shows:
Vlad Ryklin /New York, NY/
Alexander Kanchik /Atlanta, GA/

October 24 - November 25, 2006
Opening Reception & meeting with the artist: Thursday, October 26, 6:00-8:30

Vlad Ryklin's
works are unique in that they unite the valuable lessons in realism from old masters, especially "avant-garde" 17th century Flemish artists such as Bosch and Brueghel, with surrealistic composition of 20th century Salvador Dali. Though close affinities to the past can be noted in all his works, Ryklin's own technical proficiency, combined with an incredible breadth of imagination and inner sentiments, produce art that strikingly stands apart from the all-too-familiar contemporary works.

Alexander Kanchik's
works are most reminiscent of the Baroque style, notable for its mystical, rich textures and exaggerated lighting. The mysterious depth of his paintings brings to mind the visually seductive and symbolism-rich paintings of old Dutch masters, yet the uniqueness of Kanchik's art is only strengthened by the elements of earlier styles within it. By molding them into the milieu of his creative vision, the old, familiar forms are at once rejuvenated and revived, forming a whole that rises far above the sum of its component parts.

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