ALEXEY NEYMAN: SINGLE EVENING WATERCOLOR EXHIBIT IN BOSTON
(Boston, MA – January 2, 2019) One of the most prominent water color artists of our time is exhibiting his “Provence” collection of works at the Fort Point Art Community Gallery in Boston for a one evening show on January 19th at 5pm. Alexey Neyman is an international artist, well known for his uniquely soft, meditative style of watercolor painting; his ability to grasp a delicate moment between the light and air in still-lives, nature scenes or portraits is truly unparalleled.
The artist’s unique and gentle use of color has been celebrated all of the world throughout in various solo and group exhibitions. “I use soft and light colors, for my watercolors are contemplative. I like to immerse the viewer in the information that they would not be able to get enough of elsewhere”, says Mr. Neyman.
Due to previous commitments, the show will only be available for a single evening on January 19th 2019 at 5pm and can be viewed at FPAC Gallery located at 300 Summer Street in Boston.
About Artist Alexey Neyman:
Born in 1939 in Moscow to Jewish parents, Alexey Neyman has graduated from Moscow State Architectural College and was one of the few students of Vladimir Weisberg Art Studio. Mr. Neyman’s work has been accepted on reserve by the Pushkin Museum of Moscow and for the past 60 years he has had numerous solo art shows across Russia, Poland, Germany, Switzerland and the US. He currently holds a private studio in Moscow where he teaches art to students of all ages. Mr. Neyman is represented by the Neyman Arts Management https://www.neymanarts.com/neyman/ ; he can be reached at email@example.com
Information about the event: https://www.neymanarts.com/artshows/boston
Contact: Paulina Alenkina-Neyman, 617-513-9597 firstname.lastname@example.org