July 9, 2020
X. Song Jiang Price:$825 Medium: Oil on PANEL Size: 6 in x 4 in For those of us who enjoy the 'spot of tea' Song has created a wonderful gem of a teapot in his wonderful technique and style. It is the first still life that I have personally had of his work. Lucky Tilting!
July 9, 2020
X. Song Jiang Price:sold Medium: Oil on PANEL Size: 6 in x 4 in If you have visited Venice you will surely recall the tiny passageways between ancient structures spilling over with charm and history. Just a delightful experience. Song has captured it completely with his totally unique style.
May 31, 2020
Gunter H. Korus Price: Medium: Oil on linen Size: 24 in. x 20 in. CREATED IN 2019 Everyone comments on this artist and that artist creating light and depth in a painting. Well here IS an amazing example by Master Gunter Korus at the young age of 93 aided with pallet knife, magnifying glass and incredible memory showing your true sunset colors in the woods that are unmistakable.
May 31, 2020
Gunter H. Korus
Medium: Oil on linen
Size: 19 in. x 25 in.
CREATED IN 2019
Ever famous and loved Birch trees with reflection created by 93 year old Gunter Korus in 2019. A pallet knife and magnifying glass were his only tools aided by he long memory! A true Master.
May 29, 2020
Gunter H. Korus Price: Medium: Oil on linen Size: 45 in. x 41 in. Here is a piece guaranteed to stop you in your tracks with a jaw dropped effect! The detail in Gunter's work is beyond anything that I personally have ever seen. His drive, determination, education, passion, skill, desire is in the field of Masters!
May 25, 2020
Ken Otsuka Price:$4800 Medium: Oil on Linen Size: 23" x 32" NATURE!!!! Serenity is what we all strive to have and it is right outside our door......well ....perhaps some have to travel to it. But here is a suggestion....a painting can offer the feelings of nature....every day of the year!
May 23, 2020
JOHN VAN ALSTINE Price:sold Medium:Bronze & Riverstone & Size: 14"h x 19"w x 6"d A COMBINATION OF SLATE AND BRONZE.......ELEGANT.....CLASSICAL.... STYLIZED.....EMITTING STRENGTH TO THE VIEWER. THIS SCULPTURE IS A ONE OF A KIND EXPRESSION. JUST COMPLETED FOR MEMORIAL DAY RELEASE. Size: 8 h x 16" w x 6"d A COMBINATION OF RIVERSTONE AND BRONZE.....SIMPLE BUT STRONG.......ELEGANT AND STYLIZED.....ONE OF A KIND EXPRESSION. Following are a series of 1/1 bronze sculptures in honor of a period of time in history, the Covid19 pandemic!
May 4, 2020
JOHN VAN ALSTINE Price:Sold Medium:Bronze & Riverstone & Size: 8 h x 16" w x 6"d A COMBINATION OF RIVERSTONE AND BRONZE.....SIMPLE BUT STRONG.......ELEGANT AND STYLIZED.....ONE OF A KIND EXPRESSION. Following are a series of 1/1 bronze sculptures in honor of a period of time in history, the Covid19 pandemic!
May 4, 2020
JOHN VAN ALSTINE Price:$6500 Medium:Bronze & Slate & Size: 10.5 h x 10" w x 5"d John Van Alstine has directed all of his energy while in quarantine, in an extremely creative and positive direction. He has created several new pieces that are symbolic of this April 2020 time. The beautiful harmony, strength, truth, natural elegance and design are apparent in each of the Covid19 expressions. I am thrilled to share with you the following new sculptures that EACH are 1/1......meaning one of a kind. I think you will agree that they are amazing. Enjoy.
April 11, 2020
Nancy Howe Price: $16,800 Medium: Oil on Linen Size: 28" x 22" Last summer and fall we were enjoying regular visits to our farm from a red fox my husband nicknamed “Frank”. I imagined a painting composition with a group of our resident crows swooping in to harass this fellow, raucously scolding and bombing him on the wing. Laid out and blocked in, the painting languished on the easel through the holidays. Come winter, as the painting unfolded, so did the sense that the spreading new virus was not going to pass us by or leave us unchanged or unscathed. I came to view the title as referring to all the conversations that would, by necessity, play out across the spectrum of American life. Governments, employers/employees, partners and family members would now have to confront with new urgency their own and other’s behavior. It had become vitally important to consider how matters might be improved/mitigated by meeting the new challenges with equitable, helpful, and compassionate behavior, or how they might be made worse by reactive, selfish, or negative ones. Isolated in nuclear groups, people needed to be meticulous in the ways they communicated and got along with each other. Honest conversations that may have been easily avoided before were now unavoidable. An air of turmoil and darkness in the piece was accomplished by the compositional movement created in the gesture of the fox, the flight of the birds, the stormy sky, and the patterns in the wind-whipped grass. To balance this vigorous movement, a sense of harmony was achieved using curved patterns that were repeated throughout and by working with predominantly two paint colors, ultramarine blue deep and transparent oxide red. The clear blue open space in the sky at the intersection of the fox and crows was intended to represent a “clearing of the air” and the positive outcomes that can result from having these frank conversations. The painting will be featured in the 2020 Birds in Art show at the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum in Wausau, WI this coming September.