Local Residents Vera Titova and Larisa Pakalin hosted and organized an Art Show to help raise funds for Ukrainian Refugees in partnership with Global Empowerment Mission. The Art Show was held at Manor Auctioneers & Appraisers in the Indian River Mall. Click here if you would like to learn more about Global Empowerment Mission.
Titova is a local artist here in Indian River County. She has her own Art Studio in the area.
Those who donated at the event got a chance to win one of Titova’s pieces of art and a few smaller prizes. Notably Mark Pieloch had attended the event, donating a large sum of money. Many who had attended made donations as well. In total, the event raised $12,500.
Mark Pieloch is the President of animal food and pharmacutical flavoring company Pet Flavors and is owner of the American Car Museum in Melbourne, Florida.
All contributions made during the event will be going to support Ukrainian Refugees that were displaced by the war and are currently suffering as a result.
The event had Wine, Champagne and various desert foods for those who had attended.
The venue for the event was filled with Titova’s art work. Some of which was very realistic, to where they looked like actual photographs, due to their high quality.
Overall, the detail Titova putss into her paintings can be described as phenominal and very high quality.
Below are some of Titova’s paintings that were on display at the event.
Also in attendance was the owner of the Indian River Mall, Felix Reznick, who is pictured on the right in the picture below with Larisa Pakalin and Vera Titova.
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