The premier art gallery in
Cleveland, Ohio.

Our goal is to be your best source for Fine Art. We believe the most direct way to accomplish this is by establishing a lifetime of personal and professional relationship with our clients. By listening carefully and sharing our knowledge and experience, Opus Gallery strives to enhance the collecting experience for our clients. We feel, the better
educated our clients are, the more
informed and intelligent their buying
decisions would be.


27629 Chagrin Blvd.
Beachwood, OH 44122


(216) 595-1376

About Opus Gallery of Fine Art

Opus Gallery is located in the Eastern Suburbs of Cleveland, Ohio. We invite you to visit us whenever you are in town or browse our website to see our collection of paintings, ceramics, and sculptures.

For more than ten years, Opus Gallery is your source for Contemporary Art and Fine Custom Picture Framing. We represent such internationally acclaimed artists as Yuri Gorbachev, Sabzi, Hessam, David Schluss, Maya Eventov, Elena Flerova, Avtandil, Yuri Tremler, Lela, Valueva, Eugene Segal, and many others.

Opus Gallery invites you into our world of beauty. We would love to assist you in purchasing the very special piece of artwork to add warmth and beauty to your collection.

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Yuri Tremler

Yuri  Tremler Yuri Tremler was born in the Ukraine in 1961. He attended the College of Arts in Kharkov. Later he continued his studies at the Kharkov Art and Design Academy and the Gall Design School in Germany, and worked as a theater decorator as well as an interior designer.

In 1996 Tremler immigrated to Israel, where he tried his hands in crafts and in jewelry, further refining his sensibilities regarding texture, shape and function. In Israel many new materials became available to the artist a multimedia of acrylics, pastes and varnishes opened a whole range of new possibilities to Tremler. After two years he became a full-time painter, exhibiting his works regularly in Israel and the United States.

Between 1998 and 2003 Tremler created a large body of paintings, which have combined both figurative and abstract approaches. His closely related compostions show female silhouettes and goblets, flowers and vases, often playing with the use of light, all within the context of interior settings. Yuri's concentration on color and texture is paramount. The artist reflects: "Besides the search for a new language in decorative painting I am intrigued by the contrast between shiny and matte surfaces, planes and volumes."

His paintings please the eye with a richness of color, a great sense of color balance and confident brushwork. One can find echoes of the avant-garde movements from the early 20th century, themes of a bohemian lifestyle, or memories of conversation over a cocktail from long ago.

Subjects of Tremler's paintings seem to be distant and blurred, but they catch poetic moments of life. Yuri's art reminds us of a sudden still-life, left after an intimate party, of time spent with friends, or a shared past which still excites. Sometimes whimsical, sometimes nostalgic, Tremler's art reaches inward to the basic emotions of humanity.