The Trumansburg Conservatory of Fine Arts is honored to feature a solo show of Trumansburg resident Victoria Romanoff for the 2021 Fall Invitational. Romanoff's intense colors and strong composition illustrate an individual style that has both humor and warmth. Her use of recycled wood, paper and metal elements create references to unbuilt monuments and forgotten or destroyed worlds.
Victoria Romanoff is a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design and has an MFA from Cornell University. She is a long-time resident of Tompkins County. While pursuing a professional life in historic preservation Victoria has also continued her love of the visual arts, participating in both national and international exhibits. Her work can be found in the collections of the Cornell Herbert F. Johnson Museum and the Worcester Museum of Fine Arts, among others.
Our opening event will be an in-person outdoor gathering at the Conservatory under a tent on the TCFA lawn with wine, refreshments and old-world European jazz band French ConeXion. There will be a limit of 50 attendees (masks required) inside the gallery to view the show at any one time. There is no charge for admission. The show runs through Sunday, November 21 with open gallery hours every Friday and Sunday from noon to 4pm.