It's not always easy to get a good sense of the texture typical to an artists style for from photographs online. Even in high resolution photos, it just doesn't do justice to the surface quality of some artwork in the way that viewing it in person does.
Our clients range near and far, so we understand that one might not always have the ability to stop in for a peek. To help our long-distance art lovers, we've included photos at different angles to help you get a sense of the textural style characteristic to some of our most popular artists!
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Today we have a fantastic new collection of paintings by Harold Braul! For all the urbanites out there, these pieces are for you! They are the perfect statement piece condos, apartments, and city homes. Show your love of city life and bring home a Braul!
Well, it's been a very wet and chilly week, but mother nature is just doing some spring cleaning of her own. With everything glistening in the rain so nicely, we have some stunning new work by Catherine Jeffery who captures the atmosphere of a cloudy city day perfectly!
While it may officially be Spring, we're still waiting for the warmer that comes with it to actually happen! In the meanwhile, we're receiving some amazing new artwork from our artists! Today we're featuring the newest paintings by Harold Braul! His commuter series pieces show a wonderful slice of city life, while his bird series brings happy colour to any room. Come by today to see what's new!
Today we have some amazing new mixed-media works by Victor Nemo!
From an early age he was determined to become an artist. Nemo began intense inquiry into the style and techniques of the famous painters. He was particularly impressed by the work of Ivan Shishkin and Salvador Dali, and he enrolled in art school but did not enjoy the strict academic style of the Russian based academy. Knowing that a standard education was not for him, he abandoned it to pursue training on his own.
His talent quickly flourished and soon he was organizing large outdoor art fairs to show his work and that of other young artists. At this point in his life Nemo enlisted in the Soviet Army where he served for two years. After completing his tour, his motivation to become a professional artist was rediscovered.