Troika Gallery in downtown Easton invites you to use “art therapy” to recover from the holiday hullabaloo. No reservation needed, no purchase required, no red light special sales! Start the New Year with a retreat to safe haven at Troika Gallery. Stop in to see stunning exhibits and learn more about the fascinating world of fine art.
Step inside Troika Gallery and warm up to an amazing array of diverse styles and media—from traditional to modern, contemporary to classical realism, watercolor impressionism to Trompe‑l’œil. With endlessly varied subjects, including landscapes, marine, wildlife, still life, figures, florals, fantasy, portraits, sculpture, porcelain and more, there is something for everyone.
Troika Gallery has been open for 19 years, making it the Eastern Shore’s longest running gallery. Troika has again been voted Best Art Gallery by What’s Up? Eastern Shore magazine. This is the third year the gallery has received this prestigious recognition. Gallery owners Laura Era and Jennifer Heyd Wharton, both successful professional artists, and gallery manager Cris Bowser enjoy sharing their art expertise and giving friendly, personal tours of the gallery.
Laura Era and Jennifer Heyd Wharton create commissioned portraits in an open studio setting behind the main gallery. Their work is in demand from a multitude of subjects, including children, families, pets, landscapes, and nautical. See current commissions in progress any time the gallery is open.
Troika Gallery is taking a winter break from First Friday Gallery Walks in January and February. We will resume First Friday Gallery Walks in March. Regular gallery hours are Monday through Saturday, 10am to 5:30pm, and Sunday by appointment. Troika Gallery is located at 9 S. Harrison Street. Artist portfolios and gallery information are available online at troikagallery.com. For more information, email email@example.com or phone 410.770.9190.
Photo: “Just Another Pear” by Jorge Alberto (look closely, the frame is part of the painting). Troika Gallery presents the finest of fine art by dozens of the region’s best artists—the perfect remedy to the winter doldrums.