We have a truly stunning new collection of paintings by Pietro Adamo in the gallery today! You can see them on our website at www.crescenthill.com and check out the sneak preview below!
Take a walk on the wild side with this fantastic abstract piece by Pietro Adamo! His disctinct style and use of vibrant colours bring a wonderful sense of action and dynamics to his work.
Today we have a great new collection of portraits by Terri Hallman! For Hallman, her art is in the process itself, which she regards as the essence of her work. On the surface, the work may appear simple, yet there is considerable emotional depth inherent in the artists multi-layered approach. It is layers, she says, that expose the passage of time. How some things are covered up and how others are revealed. Each completed work possesses a unique history, in which the layers represent the way things were and the finished piece defines the ways things are.
We are very excited to show you the newest additions to our collection of paintings by Olaf! His mastery of light and reflection brings such incredible life to his work. Olaf experiments with a variety of subjects from Canadian landscapes and canoe scenes to paintings of marbles and chairs. Through his art, he expresses his love for life and affinity for vibrant colour. Olaf explains: "I paint an image and convey an emotional context that is accessible to the viewer. I like to use expressive and thick impastoed brushstrokes or soft, blended strokes to render a sense of movement and texture, giving the painting a life of its own. My interpretation of colour also sets the dynamic mood. The tones often range from the darkest to the lightest in an effort to achieve maximum drama. This creative combination of 'information' is spontaneous and intuitive."
Adrian deRooy is an internationally acclaimed artist, born in Brunsuum Holland. At the age of 5, at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam he was mesmerized by what he saw. The personal vision and creative process began, the delicate light, the shadows, the varying moods, the bold and vibrant colors, all captured his imagination. All the paintings seemed to have this incredible inner glow.
When his painting “The Bear Bull Brawl " was published in New York it became the main stay image for stockbrokers all across the land and put Adrian's name on the proverbial map.
Adrian loves to experiment with different styles, and is fascinated by how they meld and evolve; this is paramount in order to grow and become unique. Classic meets Abstract meets Avant-Garde.