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RJD Gallery specializes in contemporary art with a focus on Magical, Figurative Realism, Narrative Portraiture and Urban Landscape.

We exhibit international, representational artists with a concentration on narrative realism, photorealistic portraiture, surrealism and figurative art. Exhibiting drawing, painting and sculpture, our emerging artists and American Master Painters from our RJD Private Collection, present a contemporary vision of our world.

A scenography past coupled with an interest in physics energy, culminate in a pictorial world of an impalpable reality

Salvatore Alessi

Jules Arthur

Bo Bartlett

Margaret Bowland

Alfred Conteh

Powerful visual emotional statements with attention to color relationships, design, edges, and paint handling from Big Bend, West Texas.

Teresa Elliott

Conflicting emotions and energy invite the viewer to become a part of the depicted universe, to step past the surface, into the strong light, to explore the different layers hidden within.

Drew Ernst

Painter with strong interest in atmosphere and light over static realism, conveys the hidden undercurrent of the urban landscape.

Rick Garland

Max Beckman-like Gothic dramas in visual form, richly created with acrylics on panel or canvas; Love, Transition, Wonderment!

Jack Gerber

Fatih Gurbuz

Charlotta Janssen

Alexander Klingspor

American Regionalist and Magic Realism tradition as led by Wyeth, Hopper, and Benton; anchored in Midwest feminine strength and soul.

Andrea Kowch

Jesse Lane

Re-defining representational painting, poignant mythological charge, little interest in realism, and fascination of the figure, provide contemporary Emotionalism within American context.

Adam Miller

Candid photorealist portraits capture the truth and integrity of contemporary subjects.

Rachel Moseley

Exploring the human experience via the metaphor of a figurative landscape, as moments and emotions of human emotion in time.

Kevin Muente

Award-winning African-American artist+ author on an emotional and spiritual storyteller journey; as did Norman Rockwell and Benton.

Kadir Nelson

Reveals the visual art, and beyond the visible, explores her craft, as well as the emotional content of her observations of the natural world and imagination.

Katie O’Hagan

Portraits reveal a connect and disconnect between suburban landscapes and residents, their longing and search for and achieving the promised American Dream.

Frank Oriti

17th C. Flemish usage of light, that shines with radiance, conveying sensuality, delicateness, and softness, rather than the subject itself, creates art at once classic, and resolutely contemporary.

Odile Richer

Imaginary characters rendered in intricate details, frozen mid-gesture, within airless spaces, captured in crackled encaustic beeswax.

Margo Selski

Creating lush spaces inhabited by mythic symbols which allow the viewer to enter an enchanted realm set apart from life.

Adrienne Stein

Oil paints, tar, and bauxite earth as some of the materials used to produce images that reflect questions of social identity and challenge tradition.

Phillip Thomas

Armando Valero

A contemporary exploration of the beauty of the human form and the reflected emotional reality of their lives.

Thomas Wharton

Transcend into a tantalizing realm, discover the beauty filled with dreamlike, figurative narratives.

Pamela Wilson

Jamie Wyeth

Soviet social realist painter portrays photographic moments of emotional weight and dramatic light.

Andrei Zadorine

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Style
Medium
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Central Park

60" x 40" / 152.4 x 101.6cm
Acrylic on Canvas

Fountainhead

60" x 60" / 152.4 x 152.4cm
Oil on Panel

The Parade

24" x 30" / 61 x 76.2cm
Lithograph

Myth III The Angel Peacock

67" x 67" / 170.2 x 170.2cm
Oil on Canvas

The Barker

24" x 38" / 61 x 96.5cm
Watercolor on Paper

Burlesque

45" x 50" / 114.3 x 127cm
Acrylic on Canva

Ali & Young Cassius Clay

72" x 47" / 182.9 x 119.4cm
Oil on canvas, stitched leather, wood and memorabilia

G.O.A.T

34" x 42" / 86.4 x 106.7cm
Oil on canvas, stitched leather, wood

Rupture and Collapse Diptych

40" x 60" / 101.6 x 152.4cm
Oil on Canvas

The End of Apathy

46" x 40" / 116.8 x 101.6cm
Oil on Linen

Open your eyes and Love!

36" x 28" / 91.4 x 71.1cm
Acrylic on Canvas

The Colours in the Light

36" x 48" / 91.4 x 121.9cm
Acrylic on Canvas

Reflecting the Past

36" x 48" / 91.4 x 121.9cm
Acrylic on Canvas

Adrenaline

40" x 27" / 101.6 x 68.6cm
Colored Pencil on Paper

Paint, Smoke and Versace

70" x 80" / 177.8 x 203.2cm
Oil on Linen

Study: Locomotive of Kenyon

24" x 24" / 61 x 61cm
Ink on Paper

Patriarch

48.5" x 65" / 123.2 x 165.1cm
Oil on Canvas

7 a.m.

40" x 40" / 101.6 x 101.6cm
Acrylic on Canvas

Martinicus

30" x 24" / 76.2 x 61cm
Charcoal, Colored Pencil, Gouache, Watercolor on Rag Board

The Coop (Fourth in a Suite of Untoward Occurrences on Monhegan Island)

45" x 30" / 114.3 x 76.2cm
Oil on Canvas

Arnold Schwarzenegger 1977

45.5" x 36" / 115.6 x 91.4cm
Charcoal on Cardboard

Locomotive of Kenyon

96" x 96" / 243.8 x 243.8cm
Oil on Canvas

Tank

84" x 127" / 213.4 x 322.6cm
Oil, Mixed Media

Dog Day

40" x 30" / 101.6 x 76.2cm
Oil on linen on birch

La Promesse

36" x 36" / 91.4 x 91.4cm
Oil on panel

Goliath

40" x 40" / 101.6 x 101.6cm
Acrylic on Canvas

Kravn to stay free and live

71" x 61" / 180.3 x 154.9cm
Acrylic on Canvas

Listen Here Cuzzo

14" x 14" / 35.6 x 35.6cm
Acrylic on Canvas

Trish

14" x 14" / 35.6 x 35.6cm
Acrylic on Canvas

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