Saturday, October 17, 2015

Artist Vladimir Kush to appear in Bethesda today

Russian-born artist Vladimir Kush will be at Wentworth Gallery in Westfield Montgomery Mall today, October 17, from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM. He will be debuting his newest exhibit, World in a Mirror of Metaphor.

An international journey spanning his career has brought him finally to America, where today he owns 4 galleries under the brand name of Kush Fine Art. Today's exhibit will feature his paintings, sculptures and drawings, and is free to attend. Works will be available for purchase.

To RSVP, call 301-365-3270. Wentworth Gallery is located on Level 2 of the mall, right outside of Nordstrom.


Anonymous said...

Another ghostwriter?

Sounds like it was written by the "one actually could nab a black currant macaron or tarte without much remorse (though I have always preferred les fromages over sweets)" fancy man.

Robert Dyer said...

8:34: Ghostwriter? Nothing published on this website has been written by anyone but me. Ever.

The quote you gave was written by a commenter in the COMMENT SECTION BELOW MY ARTICLE.

Anonymous said...

Wish Steve Hull would hire some ghostwriters. There's a reason his boys haven't sniffed a promotion in years. Writing EYA advertorial and reporting on Mr. Riemer's paper cut isn't exactly Edward R. Morrow award stuff.

Anonymous said...

I wish Dyer's shill would hire a ghostwriter. He desperately needs some new material. He recycles the same three talking points in every post. I wonder if he's just a bot.

Anonymous said...

"Fancy Man" weighing in. Apart from being articulate, there is no likeness between the macaron comment and this piece on a new Russian art exhibit. Despite this spookish season, there are no ghosts in this place. How then could there be ghost writers? But thanks for the implied compliment. Dyer is a good writer.