Elena Bond

French to Modern Impressionism

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Impressionism is a major style or movement in art originating from 19th century France. This style is not made to focus on an accurate depiction of the scene, but rather is more concerned with capturing the visual impression of the moment. This is achieved by a variety of brush strokes, some short and thick and… continue reading »

Our Top 6 Artwork Picks of the Week

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This week we have scoured through our collections and found our very favorite pieces. We hope you enjoy them as much as we do! Come visit us at our gallery in Winter Park to see our favorites in person and find your favorites!   1. Blue Swan Artist: Elena Bond Year: Unknown Medium: Unique Hand… continue reading »

Featuring Six Unique Hand Embellished Mixed Medias on canvas by renowned artist, Elena Bond.

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Featured Artist: Elena Bond  “I see Elena as one of the key artists in modern impressionism, pushing the boundaries of the movement in a way that hasn’t been done previously.” – Pierre Henri Matisse About Elena Bond: Elena Bond was born into an artistic family, her great-grandfather and grandfather were both artists and her mother… continue reading »

Due to high demand, we have purchased new Elena Bond pieces for the gallery!

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For those of you that are unfamiliar with Elena Bond, I will give you a little background information on her. She was born in Samara, Russia in 1965. Bond attended State college of art in Uzbekistan majoring in Scenic Design, and went on to study at the Academy of Art. She has had many major… continue reading »

Spring is on its Way!

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Nicole Gourdon, Flower Path, Lithograph on paper
Spring is my absolute favorite time of year, the winter air starts to warm up, the blossoms begin to open and the beautiful days become longer. With this new month and new season brings a shift within ourselves as well as a desire for change. Spring season is about starting new, and what better way… continue reading »

Come fall in love this Valentine’s Day with Baterbys Art Gallery!

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Peter Max original painting
On February 14th from 6-9pm, we will be opening our doors to all loving couples and hopeful singles for a night of romance and art-filled fun! Upon arrival, guests will be greeted with a candle-lit wine reception, chocolate-covered strawberries, a raffle ticket for chances to win some awesome giveaways, and an optional scavenger hunt through… continue reading »

The Master of Impressionism

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Strolling Harborside by Elena Bond
Impressionism emerged during the early 1900’s when a rogue group of artists decided to defy the traditions of the French art schools and salons, in particular, the Académie des Beaux-Arts (the Academy that dominated French art during the middle of the 19th century, known to be the relentless preserver of traditional French painting). Instead of… continue reading »

Renowned Impressionist Elena Bond Steps Into the Limelight at Baterbys Art Gallery in Orlando

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On March 9th, Baterbys Art Gallery – voted Best Art Gallery for two consecutive years by thousands of Orlando Style Magazine and Orlando Magazine readers – will have the honor to receive the well-known and acclaimed artist Elena Bond. Impressionism emerged during the early 1900’s when a rogue group of artists decided to defy the… continue reading »

Meet Elena Bond: First Impressions, Last

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If you happen to view an Impressionistic artwork, step back a little, squint your eyes and try to look at it from different angles to scrutinize the varying effects of the light as it casts a gradation of shades and tones on the piece. If people back then went through these steps, they would have… continue reading »