Saturday, December 8, 2012

Art Gallery Expands In Virginia Beach

Artist Gallery In Virginia Beach Expands Showroom

Virginia Photographer Tim Rudziensky and partner Maryanne Rudziensky have doubled the size of their Virginia Beach showroom. The artist's studio, located near Lynnhaven Mall, offers one of the largest selections of fine art photographs of the Commonwealth available anywhere in the region.

Town Center Holiday Illumination Downtown Virginia Beach

Many readers will remember the Rudziensky's operated art galleries at both Waterside in Norfolk and Hilltop in Virginia Beach. In 2005 they moved out of those retail locations and into a much larger facility that allows for production of large art murals. In 2011 they provided Sentara Princess Anne Hospital with 99 canvas gallery wraps depicting the beauty of Virginia Beach.

Starfish On The Beach - Chesapeake Bay

The company now offers this service to the general public as well as local business, regardless of the size of the job, they provide a complete service. From print selection and design services, custom framing and installation, the company's expansion back in 2005 allows them to better serve their client base.

King Neptune Sand Sculpture - Virginia Beach Neptune Festival 2011

More than 600 high quality art photographs can be viewed on the company website, Clients are encouraged to review the website and then visit the studio to explore printing options and services. Initial consultations on site, at your home or business, can be arranged by calling or emailing the studio.
Norfolk Fireworks Celebration OpSail 2012

Recent expansion of the website includes a new Best Of Virginia Beach Portfolio and new photographs in the Historic Virginia Beach section. The collection of historic photos of Virginia Beach and Norfolk are an important part of the business, but in recent months the owners have been placing more emphasis on the original art by Tim Rudziensky.

The Road Home - Autumn In Virginia Panorama

Stop by the studio to see the artwork first hand, it is an impressive display covering all areas of Virginia and many new art photographs of North Carolina. Located at. 847 Seahawk Circle, Suite 101. Hours of operation are generally 10:00 to 5:00, other hours arranged by calling (757) 425-3110
Ocracoke Island Lighthouse

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