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Embrace II

20" x 16" / 50.8 x 40.6cm
Oil on canvas


From The Immaterial – Diptych

39.5" x 31.5" / 100.3 x 80cm
Oil on canvas



79" x 59.5" / 200.7 x 151.1cm
Oil on canvas


Nothing Is As It Seems

47" x 66.5" / 119.4 x 168.9cm
Oil on canc=vas


From The Immaterial – Diptych

39.5" x 31.5" / 100.3 x 80cm
Oil on canvas



78.5" x 70.5" / 199.4 x 179.1cm
Oil on canvas



59" x 51" / 149.9 x 129.5cm
Oil on canvas


Persistent Traces

59" x 51" / 149.9 x 129.5cm
Oil on canvas


The Gentelman’s PIcknick

40" x 47.5" / 101.6 x 120.7cm
Oil on canvas


New Years Day

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


Before and After

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


Daughters of Atlantis

40" x 30" / 101.6 x 76.2cm
Oil and Beeswax on Canvas


Penelope’s New Acquisition

24" x 18" / 61 x 45.7cm
Oil and Beeswax on Canvas


A Glimpse of the Encore

Oil and Beeswax on Canvas



51" x 28" / 129.5 x 71.1cm
Oil on Linen


Green Bride

48" x 24" / 121.9 x 61cm
Oil on Canvas


Evening Song

35" x 44" / 88.9 x 111.8cm
Oil on mounted linen



9" x 11.5" / 22.9 x 29.2cm
Monotype on paper



21" x 20" / 53.3 x 50.8cm
Mixed media on drafting film


9-Crown Of Leaves

9" x 11.5" / 22.9 x 29.2cm
Ink and watercolor on paper


Long Valley

33" x 3333" / 83.8 x 8465.8cm
Oil on mounted linen


Nuh mix dih original

72" x 54" / 182.9 x 137.2cm


Mr. Chin, yuh fih sell dih right ting

72" x 54" / 182.9 x 137.2cm


General Bustamante

60" x 48" / 152.4 x 121.9cm
Mixed media on canvas


Selves Portrait

60" x 48" / 152.4 x 121.9cm
Oil on canvas


Garden Marshaling

60" x 48" / 152.4 x 121.9cm
Mixed media on fabric



72" x 54" / 182.9 x 137.2cm
Mixed media on canvas



72" x 54" / 182.9 x 137.2cm
Mixed media on canva


General Manley

60" x 48" / 152.4 x 121.9cm
Mixed media on canvas

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

Salvatore Alessi


Multi-medium construction of nostalgic American subjects come to life with texture from found objects

Audrey Bell

Candice Bohannon

Sense of color and style, marries glamour, sex, and desire, to vintage erotic images of men, with fresh reinterpretation of them, for the viewer through his own edgy and contemporary gaze.

Johnny Caruso

Narrative of darkness and light echoes a provocative daydream, communicating both the human disposition and the mysteries therein.

Mary Chiaramonte

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

Traditional form meets artistic function in an unconventional display of light flow, color composition and subject

Jennifer Gennari

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

Jack Gerber

Self-portraits investigate contemporary psyche in a collision of outer and inner worlds, of family and self, offering challenging questions.

Haley Hasler

Seductive Renaissance women, in rich gold leaf, that don’t readily give away their stories, histories, desire, love, or games.

Pam Hawkes

Submerged in water the human form is bathed in movement and an ethereal light, in the Sirens Series.

Mark Heine

Charlotta Janssen


Roeland Kneepkens

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

Andrea Kowch

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

Formally trained, yet playful; contemporary, yet timeless; and joyous, yet mysterious, evocative, and dreamlike.

Yana Movchan

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

Colorful graphic patterns burst and swirl in an abstract energy of contemporary pop, created with recycled materials.

Bart Vargas

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

With formal presence and intensity of subject and color, she captures the contemporary vernacular with acute specificity.

Sherry Wolf

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

Andrei Zadorine


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