Since there are cultural expressions, artists search for symbols. When words are insufficient, pictures start. Khomski works in this tradition. His paintings explore relationships between consumerism and mass production, fresh food and fast food, pop art and religion.

In the latest works, symbols are made of food. Intriguing, surprising and in a way, logical. The man became man thanks to Eve's apple. The orb is the apple of power. Food and vegetables in particular stand for fertility and vitality. The Horn of Plenty is filled with fruit, the grape bunch is the symbol for the Last Supper.

Maybe Khomski prepares a last supper for each religion. Or, perhaps it is an expression of irony. Or the everlasting circle of life. Or a message to everyone which says: enjoy healthy symbols but don't die for a cross or a half moon; but eat them and celebrate the life. Don’t idolize the Material Values. Be careful changing the Nature. Don’t make a Golden Calf out of Your House, Car or Food. Consume them, don’t worship them. As The famous Czech author Yaroslav Gashek said: “People, be vigilant!” Khomski studied the old masters profoundly. He translates their ideas to images of the 21st century in which the observer defines the spiritual content of symbols.


  • 2012 Red Dot Art Fair, Miami, FL
  • 2009 Group Show, Russian Museum of Modern Art, Jersey City, NJ
  • 2006 Corporate Canvases Art Gallery, Willmington, NC
  • 2004 Sterling College, Craftsbury Common, VT
  • 2002 Gallery “Z”, Providence, RI
  • 2002 Group Show, Creiger-Dane Gallery, Boston, MA
  • 2000 Renaissance Gallery, Woodstock, VT
  • 1997 Expressions Gallery, Milford, NH
  • 1996 Group Show, Multi Media Arts Gallery, New York, NY
  • 1995 Group Show Tepper Takayama Gallery, Boston, MA
  • 1994 Clark Whitney Gallery, Lenox, MA
  • 1993 McGowan Fine Art, Concord, NH
  • 1993 Nashua Center for the Arts, Nashua, NH
  • 1992 Group Show Limner Gallery, New York, NY
  • 1991 Zola Fine Arts, Los Angeles, CA
  • 1990 Gallery Doll, Kotzting, Germany
  • 1989 Fall Exhibition at the Malaya Gruzinskaya Gorcom Gallery, Moscow, Russia
  • 1989 “Russian Avantgarde. Bonn-Moscow”, Bonn, Germany
  • 1988 Spring and Fall Exhibitions at the Kuznetsky Most Gallery, Moscow, Russia

Selected Collections:

  • The State Tretykov Gallery, Moscow Russia;
  • Zimmerli Art Museum, New Brunswick NJ;
  • Russian Museum of Modern Art, Jersey City NJ;
  • Arhangelsk State Museum , Arhangelsk Russsia;
  • Meditech Corp. , Milton MA;
  • Children Hospital, Boston MA;
  • Fidelity Investments Corporation, Boston MA;
  • Mr.Holl, Former Swiss Ambassador to Germany;
  • Mr.& Mrs Moers, Bonn Germany;
  • Peter Zimmer, Vilich Germany;
  • Seven Hills Inc.,Lenox MA;
  • Gallery Doll, Kotzting Germany;
  • Flores,Casso Assoc.,McAllen TX;
  • Studio Raid Gallery, Los Angeles CA;
  • Michael Timothy's, Nashua NH;
  • Expression Gallery, Milford NH;
  • Circle Noetic Inc., Mont Vernon NH;
  • Igor Prokofiev, London GB;
  • John Malkovich, New York, NY;
  • Dr. Gautam Allahbadia, Mumbai India.


  • 2/2005, 8/2005 Art Business News, Cleveland OH;
  • 4/2004 Art World News, Rowayton CT;
  • Catalog, Mumbai India;
  • 10/2003 Tea Magazine, CT-;
  • 3/2003 Fine Art Magazine , NY ;
  • Art Expo NY Catalog;
  • 1/2001 The Jewish Jornal, Boston MA;
  • 9/1999 Russian Community Journal, Boston MA;
  • 7/1996 New Hampshire Homes, Exeter NH;
  • 4/1996 Tastefully New England, Nashua NH;
  • 11/1993 The Union Leader, Manchester NH;
  • 9/1993 5/1993 Telegraph, Nashua NH;
  • spring/1993 Art Reach, San Francisco CA;
  • 6/1992 "Glasnost Under Glass" Catalog;
  • 4/1992 "Aesthetics '92" Catalog;
  • 12/1990 Mittelbayerishe Zeitung;
  • 9/1990 Rheinishe Post, Germany;
  • 2/1990 Kotztinger Umschau, Germany;
  • 7/1990 Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles CA;
  • 4/1990 Joint Ventures, Moscow Russia.