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Who is Qualified to Call Themselves an Artist

Who is Qualified to Call Themselves an Artist

I just had an exhibit for two very talented artists who are also teachers. We had a huge turnout for the opening night reception and many people who missed the opening made appointments to view the work. It would have been quite gratifying except for the fact […]

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Out on a Limb: A TREEmendous Art Exhibit

Out on a Limb:  A TREEmendous Art Exhibit

    This exhibition is not to be missed.  RosettaStone Fine Art Gallery has brought in three incredibly talented artists in for this special show.  It will be up through May 12th.  Dena Lyons work, which is pictured above, also produces large silk scarves of her work.  […]

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My Dream Comes True: Benzaiten Center for Creative Arts is Open!

My Dream Comes True:  Benzaiten Center for Creative Arts is Open!

The project that I’ve been working on for the last three and a half years has finally come to fruition!  On January 23rd, one day after we received our CO, we opened our doors to the public! Our Grand Opening was a real life phenomenon!  A thousand […]

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YOU ARE INVITED: Feb 2- JB Berkow Retrospective Event

YOU ARE INVITED: Feb 2- JB Berkow Retrospective Event
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Four Great Latin Artists are Showcased at RosettaStone Fine Art Gallery: Jesus Rivera, Vincente Dopico-Lerner, Gustavo Castillo, and Carmen Lagos

Four Great Latin Artists are Showcased at RosettaStone Fine Art Gallery:  Jesus Rivera, Vincente Dopico-Lerner, Gustavo Castillo, and Carmen Lagos

On November 12th RosettaStone Fine Art Gallery opened its doors to a ‘Latin Happening.’  Replete with Mojito Spritzers, Cuban food and Gypsy Guitarist, Gyorgy Lakatos it was a festive and yet a seriously art-filled evening.   For those who missed the event…too bad.  But it’s not too […]

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Severine DesLions Makes Her Debut in U.S.A. at RosettaStone Fine Art Gallery

Severine DesLions Makes Her Debut in U.S.A. at RosettaStone Fine Art Gallery

Severine DesLions is my newest discovery.  She has already exhibited in many places besides her native France including London, Bonn, Beirut, Dubai, and soon in South America.  Thus,  I am extremely excited about being the first gallery to expose her work in North America.  Born in France […]

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Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

List of Events for 2013:  Scroll down for Details… February 19th:                   “A Night in Venice” March 11th:                        “Funny People” March 16 – May 18:          “Artist as Author” March 19:                           “Jewelry Trunk Show” April 16th:                         “Lecture on Artists as Authors” April [TBD]:    […]

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“Les Miserables” is Miserable

“Les Miserables” is Miserable

I just went to see the new “Les Miserables” movie.  It was such a complete and utter disappointment.  As a baby boomer I was weaned on seeing such fine musical productions as Mary Martin’s “Sound of Music” and the New York premier of “Man of La Mancha.”  […]

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Chris Hill

Chris Hill

I am so excited to have some brand new pieces by Chris Hill.  He is a superlative artist who is a master of many different types of art disciplines.  However, he is probably best known for his reverse painting on plexiglass.  He is a stickler for detail […]

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Debbie Mostel: A Talented Visionary

Debbie Mostel: A Talented Visionary

  I wanted to introduce you to a bright new emerging artist who you should definitely know about.  I was recently asked to jury a show at the Lighthouse ArtCenter Museum and chose this artist to win first place.  I immediately decided that I wanted to rep […]

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