viernes, 30 de septiembre de 2016

Susan Bryant

Italian Gesture

"Her personal work includes gelatin silver prints, hand-colored silver prints, digital photographs, and most recently, the 19th century processes of daguerreotypes, tintypes and wet plate collodion negatives and positives (ambrotypes)."

Andrew Campbell

Johan Wahlstrom


Johan Wahlstrom was born in 1959 in Stockholm, Sweden, and is a fifth-generation artist.  Though art was in his blood, his first creative direction was rock and roll, where he had a successful and long career as a keyboardist and singer, touring with Ian Hunter, Graham Parker, Mick Ronson and many Scandinavian artists. After 20 years, the rock and roll life caught up with him. Wahlstrom moved to a small village in France where he did nothing but paint for seven years, part of that time under the tutelage of Swedish artist, Lennart Nystrom. Wahlstrom’s dark narrative paintings of heads and torsos in acrylic and ink are inspired by cryptic, often ironic social critiques that he collects on scraps of paper in his studio in Malaga, Spain, where he now lives. Wahlstrom’s graphic, neoexpressionist style is inspired by Jean DuBuffet, Paul Klee, Jackson Pollock and Jean-Michel Basquiat.

Laura Moreton-Griffiths

5 Easy Steps, 2016, Pigment print, 76 x 56 cm

Telling tales. Political stories about love and loss. As non-sensical as the world is..

Ismail Erbil and Patrick Michalopoulos -- Beyond Duality

Karen Farmer

Harvest Festival Pennant, 40"w x 20"h, 100 cm x 51 cm

"I remain strongly influenced by the tradition of pieced and quilted textiles, especially by the Amish, who inhabit my native Pennsylvania.  I love the texture and warmth of feeling the cloth under my fingers and encourage people to touch the finished work."

Chuck Haupt

Jessica Fox

Lollipop Girl

"She enjoys the process of creating and seeing her art transform. Explore her creativity."

Mathieu Bassez

Teresa McCue

Changing Sky, pastel on sintra, 40x50 inches (43x53 inches framed)

Patricia Gerkin

Liminal Space, 30' x 30", encaustic medium, pigment, oil sticks, metal leaf on panel

Ellen Rolli

Recalling italiaacrylic and mixed media, 30"x 33"

Eleanor Rahim

Manifestation #1,  oil on Arches huile paper, 30 x 22in, 76.2 x 55.9cm

Martha Wakefield

Here Once Before, oil/panel, 8” x 8”, 2014

Jeffrey Tover

“A View From The Terrace” 36×36 Mixed Media on Canvas

Joanne Thorne-Arnold

Spring Meadow, 2013, 30x30

I Nyoman Masriadi

GREAT DADDY,  2M x 3M - acrylic on canvas - 2015

Lisa Joyce Hill

Orchard and fields, 36x36

Deborah Kass

Blue #3, 2015, 72 x 72 inches, oil, acrylic and neon on canvas

Barnaby Barford

Tottenham Fox, 2014, H52xL93xW35 cm., Ceramic flowers and leaves, epoxy putt, enamelled cooper wire, expended foam, paint

Cerj LaLonde

WE BELIEVE NO MORE, Acrylic on canvas, 114 x 168 inches  /  300 x 450 cm

Taner Ceylan

Ingres, 2015, Oil on canvas, 90x121 cm.

Michele Oka Doner

Angry Neptune, 2008, Archival wax: 77x26x 29,5 in., U. of Michigan Museum of Art

jueves, 29 de septiembre de 2016

Christopher Mccaluley

Mary Grant

Helen Sinclair

"The Skellig Boatmen" (maquette), 
height 26cm, bronze edition of 9

David Atkins

April Poole Harbour 100x150cm oil on canvas

Mary Grant

From Ballinskelligs to Wild AtlanticWay

Lee Madgwick

Disclosure – Oil/acrylic on canvas – 100 x 100cm

Sascha Braunig

Scrim, Oil on linen over panel, 19 x 51"

Michael Azgour

MODERN ARTEFACT: GIRL WITH RED GLOVES (2015), oil on canvas | 59 x 83” (150 x 210 cm)

Norman Mauskopf

Stephen Strom

Mary Jane Ansell

Unver Shafi

“Anecdote of the Salt Cellar”, 6′ x 5′, oil on canvas diptych, 2014

Waseem Ahmed,

Permanent Collection of Asian Art Museum, Berlin. Work acquired in 2011

Nahid Raza -- a three dimensional drawing,

'Mile of String', 2009, Approx dimensions: 45cm x 50 cm x 45cm

Philip Pearlstein

Uprooted Tree II, 2011, From a portfolio of 10 prints, Laser prints, 201/2x241/2 Inches

Al Hansen

Coca Cola Venus

Liddy Scheffknecht

Lapse, 2011, sunlight, shadow, tape, chair, dimensions variable

William Copley

Trust Lust, 1988, acrylic on linen, 38 x 51 in.

Lisa Anne Auerbach

Let The Dream Write Itself, 2014

Elisabetha Bleisch

H. 45 x B. 90 x T. 25 cm

Elisabeth Kley

two flasks 
glazed earthenware 
approx. 15" tall, 

Maurice Ducret

Frühernte mit Quitte, Apfel, Zwetschge, 70 x 100cm, Oel und Pigmentdruck auf Papier,  Juli 2014