Autumn Gold by Erin Hanson
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19-12-2016

Erin Hanson kicked off 2016 with a three-month solo exhibition Erin Hanson: Painted Parks at the St. George Art Museum in southern Utah, which honored the National Parks Service’s centennial. The standout 36-piece collection sold out before show end with 10% of the proceeds donated to Zion National Park. Just following the grand opening of …
Michelle Larsen Fine Art at Grand Teton Gallery
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23-11-2016

To see a painting by visual artist, Michelle Larsen, is an encounter with the extraordinary a painter performs upon a canvas. Most painters paint life scenes in two dimension using oil or acrylic paints. Even in abstract works of art using mixed media we don’t see this kind of application. Looking at an image does …
A momma and son scribble portrait by Michael Volpicelli
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20-09-2016

“A picture paints a thousand words” except for artist Michael Volpicelli, in which case, a thousand words paints a picture, and then some. He is a gifted portrait artist, but in his art, the words Volpicelli uses like other artists use colour, are intimately connected with his subject, so they speak just as much about the subject as …
Shiira by Evie Zimmer
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08-09-2016

A new artwork by U. S. artist, Evie Zimmer, called “Shiira” is a marriage of two styles of art that have no business sharing a canvas: Abstraction and Realism. It is a feat that only an artist of Zimmer’s skill could hope to achieve. She has combined oil and water to make them behave like peanut butter and …
by Astrid Stöppel
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07-09-2016

The work of German artist, Astrid Stöppel, is referred to as “minimalism”—art that makes its statement in the briefest of terms, makes it clear and concise, and leaves the viewer stupefied with the lingering question, “Did I understand that or am I missing something?” It’s really no small wonder that one would regard her art this way. The answer …

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03-09-2016

It’s fair to declare Brandon Scott a portrait artist, because, clearly, portraits are his specialty. It would never be fair to say that he is “just” a portrait artist, however. The word “just” diminishes the quality and importance of the art of portraits, and it assumes that Scott possesses no other potential to his skill as an artist. …
Autumn Gold by Erin Hanson
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31-08-2016

Erin Hanson: The Orange Show The Exploration of Color and Vivid Motion Los Angeles-based, Erin Hanson, will be presenting her anticipated collection of impressionist landscapes, all with orange as the predominant color. From dusky rock desert scapes to apricot wildflowers to sherbet sunsets, Hanson’s lively brush strokes and vivid breath new life into each. I am always …
Erin Hanson Layered Light 1
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16-08-2016

 Impressions of California: A Solo Exhibit by Erin Hanson September 1st – 25th | Studios on the Park, Paso Robles, California Erin Hanson first discovered Paso Robles during a romantic getaway, a trip that was initially scheduled to continue up the coast through Carmel and Big Sur. On that fateful day, Hanson stopped dead in her …
Green And Gold Trees by Eleanor Douglas
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09-08-2016

Her name is Eleanor Douglas, an artist and she was my maternal grandmother’s aunt—my great-great- aunt. Allow me the honour of introducing you to a woman who is very dear to my heart, even though I never met her. In fact, she was born 90 years and 5 months before I was, and died just shy of 48 …
Silence in My Mind, 60 x 80 cm acrylic by Mo Tuncay
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08-08-2016

Mo Tuncay is a self-taught and extraordinarily gifted abstract artist who paints, not so much scenes, as he does notions of scenes—paintings that allow his viewers to experience the emotions of being in these ideal spots. We viewers may not agree on what we’re seeing, but, for the most part, we all recognize a similar–if not identical–feeling from a …