In the presence of a large number of guests and fine art lovers, on October 1st, the Theodore: Art Gallery in East Williamsburg, Brooklyn hosted the opening for the latest exhibition of drawings by the esteemed academic painter and watercolor artist Chayim Shvarzblat. The exhibition was opened by Oliver Miles, an established art historian. So far he has had more than 20 solo and several collective exhibitions. His work was also published in several well-known art magazines. Of great significance in the recent period of Chayim Shvarzblat ‘s creation is the exhibition entitled “Ordinary Little Dream” from 2017. The artist presented himself to Brooklyn for the first time in his career with a drawing set called “Lost Letters”. This is the fourth exhibition of this successful artist in New York. After Brooklyn, Chayim Shvarzblat is booked to attend the 12th Biennale in Florence, Italy, where he will present himself with seven canvas pieces from the “Ordinary Little Dream” collection. With this exhibition, Chayim Shvarzblat presented a series of paintings from his most recent works. The topic that the artist dealt with in the course of this cycle is “Lost Letters” and within it, he explored the elementary visual principles that he has tried to extend to the contemporary context and interpersonal relationships. By connecting the primary visual principles of expediency, the harmony of order and harmony, proportions and relationships within the painting of a painting, he tried to point out also the primary human relations between us. The setting contains 14 images of larger and smaller formats, which are organized compositionally as a diptych, through multiple image pieces. Chayim Shvarzblat exhibited some of these works for the first time. He was pleased with the number of visitors to the exhibition. On the occasion of his latest exhibition opening, Chayim Shvarzblat said: I am very happy and pleased that my name has entered the spirit of the walls of the Theodore: Art Gallery, one of the most prestigious art galleries in Brooklyn. I honestly did not expect such a large attendance, but I am pleasantly surprised that the art audience proves that it has come to life, gained strength, and finally returned to the art temples. So far he has had more than 20 solo and several collective exhibitions. His work was also published in several well-known art magazines. Of great significance in the recent period of Chayim Shvarzblat ‘s creation is the exhibition entitled “Ordinary Little Dream” from 2017.