Ruth Epstein’s work can be seen at the following galleries:
  Powers Gallery
144 Great Road
Acton, MA 01720
Phone: (978) 263-5105
Fax: (978) 263-2111
Denise Bibro Fine Art
529 W. 20th Street (4W)
New York, NY 10011
Phone: (212) 647-7030
Fax: (212) 647-7031
transFORM Showroom and Gallery
20 Jones Street
New Rochelle, NY 10801
Phone: (914) 500-1000

Ruth's work was recently featured in a group show at Gallery plan b in Washington, DC and in another exhibit at transFORM Gallery in New Rochelle, NY. In April she will be exhibiting a group of paintings, mostly florals, at the Hop Meadow Country Club in Simsbury, CT. Ruth is now displaying her work at Images Art Gallery in Briarcliff Manor, New York and recently, in a solo show titled "Fifty Shades of Color," she exhibited 27 paintings in the Kanner-Kurzon Museum in New Rochelle, NY. Many of Ruth's floral paintings will be on exhibit at the transFORM Gallery and Showroom in New Rochelle, NY with a reception on February 8, 2012. The work will be on display until the end of April. During 2011, Ruth continued to show her florals and landscapes in several shows at Powers Gallery in Acton, Massachusetts. She also exhibited numerous paintings at Blueberry Music and Art House in Greenwich, CT. Six of Ruth’s florals were featured in the 2010 “Art to the Avenue” exhibition, an annual event in Greenwich, Connecticut.  And at Powers Gallery in Massachusetts, many of her works were included in two shows,“The Garden Celebrated” and “Reflections in Bloom.”  In 2009 Ruth was commissioned to paint a series of portraits of children, and, believe it or not, animals, including cows and dogs.  In addition, her work was featured in floral shows in several galleries.  In June, 2008, Ruth had a solo show at Brandon Michael Fine Art, a new gallery in Santa Fe, New Mexico.  After traveling to Venice, Padua and Florence, Italy in 2006 and to Lake Como, Verona, the Cinque Terre and Spoleto in 2007, Ruth and her husband returned in 2008 to Venice, Pisa and Rome. The scenery inspired Ruth to begin a series of paintings of the magnificent and diverse Italian countryside.