Varvara Harmon, internationally acclaimed still life Artist is a highlight to Harvest Gold Gallery of Center Lovell, Maine. Harmon was born and raised in Volzshk, Russia, where she began her studies as an artist at the Volzshk Art School, graduating with a Diploma in Art Studies. Shortly after graduation she turned her attention to earth sciences, and studied at Moscow Geological Exploration Academy, where at she earned a Degree in Geological Studies.
While working as a geologist and having the opportunity to see some of Russia’s most spectacular wildlife, she returned to painting landscapes, and participated in many regional art exhibitions. She also had the honor of being the first artist to ever put on a solo exhibition at the Museum of V. E. Lenin in the city of Kazan, Russia.
In 2001 Varvara immigrated to the United States, to Maine. In Maine she found new inspiration for her landscapes and still life’s. “New England, especially Maine, is a place whose lands, inland waters, coast and people have inspired many of her recent paintings.”
The Majority of Harmon’s works are done in oil, however she also works with acrylic, watercolors, and pencil. Although landscapes are her favorite subject, she also does still life paintings, portraits, and accepts commissioned work.
Since beginning her career back in Volzshk, Varvara has been accepted into more than 6 memberships; International Guild of Realism, Oil Painters of America, Landscape Artists International, Maine Women in the Art, Union of Maine Visual Arts, Paint America, Fine Arts America. These memberships define her as one of the finest Artists of our time.
Varvara has won over 15 awards for her work, starting in 2002, and has been awarded an estimated three awards yearly.
It is an honor and a pleasure to show her work in Harvest Gold Gallery, especially her Roses on Silk painting, “This painting has been chosen as the finalist in the American Artist magazine’s Cover Competition 2009 and published in June issue of American Artist Magazine also it was finalist for "Salon International 2009", a Juried Exhibition of the International Museum of Contemporary Masters of Fine Art.”
So stop in Harvest Gold Gallery, nestled in the Green Mountains of Maine by Kezar Lake, and see for yourself what makes this Gallery so special, enjoy the scenery and the breathtaking artwork of Local, Varvara Harmon.
Open Daily, located on Route 5 in Center Lovell, Maine. For more information visit our website at www.harvestgoldgallery.com or email: firstname.lastname@example.org