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George F. Thompson Publishing, Inc.; University of Virginia Press, Distributor

Available through UVA Press, AMAZON,

Barnes & Noble, and most museum gift shops

and book stores.

Bring your copy in, and Andrei will personally

sign it for you. 




Potomac Evening, 6" x 9" Oil on Panel.
Kushnir Winter on the Canal Painting illustrates elan Magazine essay by Sally Pfoutz, January 2013
C&O Canal at Swain's Lock20" x 24" Oil on Canvas SOLD
Nature Conservancy Annual Report 2012
Breezy Autumn Day, 14" x 18" Oil

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Selected for the First Biennial Maryland Regional Juried Art Exhibit at University of Maryland University College (Awarded 2nd Place--Juror's Choice Award):

Andrei Kushnir Potomac Riverscape, 18"x36" Oil on Canvas SOLD

On June 15, 2011, the University of Maryland University College (UMUC) Arts Program announced that Maryland artist Andrei Kushnir was awarded the Juror’s Choice Award for his painting “Potomac Riverscape,” in the first Biennial Maryland Regional Juried Art Exhibit, to be held from August 1 through October 16, 2011.  The competition was open to artists in Maryland, Northern Virginia and Washington, DC., and of over 1,100 images by more than 320 artists, 56 works were chosen for the exhibit.   The jury for selection were Helen Frederick, professor, George Mason University; Helen Jackson, independent art consultant/curator; and Evangeline J. Montgomery, artist, retired program development officer, United States Department for the Arts American Program. 

Andrei Kushnir, Riverbend, 9" x 16" Oil

Andrei Kushnir's passions, art and nature, are expressed through a patient, refined and diligent commitment. Time, willingness to work long hours in heat and extreme cold, to perch on a rock over an icy stream, or in it, if that is where the best composition is to be found - or to hike a long distance with easel and canvas strapped to his back, all pay dividends in these persistantly arresting landscapes.

The Artist and Lady Liberty, July 4, 2012

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