“I have been inspired by Constance Uzwyshyn’s amazing creativity since 1992 when she curated the art exhibit for the grand opening of my international global law firm’s thoroughly contemporary office in Kyiv, Ukraine. And what an exhibit it was: the best Ukrainian artists emerging, and exploding, finally, free to paint from their hearts and souls after the fall of the Soviet Union and Ukraine’s new-found independence.
Thereafter, I never moved too far from Constance as far as art was concerned. Constance continued to curate our corporate collection as we moved and upgraded offices in Ukraine for the next 25 years. Other of my law firm’s offices in other European cities demanded to be part of the art selection.
My law partners and colleagues would not be left out from having Constance contribute to their personal art collections. A client from Paris bought extensive art work from Constance’s gallery, ARTEast. Everyone in my extended family and my circle of friends throughout the U.S. has art work purchased from Constance.
Today, I am happy in every room of my house filled with wonderful art work curated by Constance Uzwyshyn. You should fill your house and office with the same.”
– Helen Kryshtalowych
International Legal Consultant
Retired Partner, Squire Patton Boggs