Wednesday, August 10, 2016
Eterovich Represented by Tregoning & Co.
10:14 am edt
"A Thrilling Act, the Art of Anthony Eterovich" closed on Saturday,
July 30 after a four month run. The art work of #AnthonyEterovich is represented by Tregoning & Company, in Cleveland, Ohio. The phone is 216.281.8626, email Bill at TregoningAndCo.com.
"A Thrilling Act" is also available for touring, contact Bill Tregoning for more information.
Painting is "a thrilling act...It encompasses a battleground of contradictions
all to be resolved without compromise."
W. Eterovich, 1916-2011
"A Thrilling Act: The Art of Anthony Eterovich" opened to the public on Friday, April 15, 2016 at Tregoning & Company galleries in Cleveland. This centennial retrospective had two extensions and closed
on July 30, 2016. Mr. Eterovich's work is represented by Tregoning & Company and is available for touring. Listen to Cleveland
Arts Prize Winner Dee Perry's interview with Bruce Checefsky, CIA Reinberger Gallery Director and Gallerist, Bill Tregoning on IdeaStream's Sound of Applause. Listen to Vivian
Goodman interview NEA
Grant Winner, George Kozmon
on WKSU 89.7.
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The purpose of this site is to share the paintings, drawings and philosophy
of Mr. Eterovich with the public and to promote the Anthony W. Eterovich '38 Memorial Scholarship,
which provides support to exceptional drawing students at the Cleveland Institute of Art. If you would like to make a contribution to this scholarship, please contact the Office of Institutional Advancement
at the CIA at 216.421.7410 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
|The Always Running Art Critic, oil, 60
"Always feeling kingly, with righteous opinions, he finds himself constantly
on the run - is there a cutting edge out there? Where? Echoes of the past? What yardstick to apply? Will flying messengers
give him a clue? On what pedestal should he place it? With lyrical drawing and contrasting color, while adjusting his
bow tie with one hand, the other hand moves on the ruler for a numbers rating system. Echoes of early to present pay masters
are in his mind from which he projects future evaluations."