Model And The Canvas

We have as pair of amazing new works by Vladan Ignatovic today! His muse is simply stunning in these two wonderful portraits.  They simply must be seen in person!
Model And The Canvas Oil on Canvas    48x36"
Model And The Canvas
Oil on Canvas 48x36"
Good Morning   28x22" Oil on Canvas
Good Morning 28x22"
Oil on Canvas

Where the Warm Things Are

Today we have a lovely pair of new paintings by one of our newest artists, Roman Zuzuk!  Fun and whimsical, these stunning works are sure to carry your thoughts away from the cold and into warmer places filled with music, laughter, and delight.

Dramatic Poise

Today we have an absolutely stunning new collection of paintings by Jurgen Gorg.  His ephemeral style lends such stunning grace and poise to his figures that they seem to come to life right on the canvas.  A truly exceptional addition to any great room or space that needs some elegant flare, these pieces are timeless.

Just Dance

Here to lift your spirits from the winter blahs are some fantastic new paintings by Irena Gendelman!  They're sure to get you in the mood to get up, dance around, and shake away the winter blues.  Our gallery is nice and warm, with tons of brilliant color too, so it's the perfect place to visit if you need some cheering up.

New work by Julia Klimova

We've just received a stunning collection of new paintings by Julia Klimova!  These pieces are absolutely beautiful, so be sure to come by to see them and in person.  With Julia's subtle use of colour and gently abstract style, her work is the perfect addition to any home.

Friday Fun with the work of Terri Hallman

Happy Friday everyone!  Are you ready for the weekend?  Today we have a new piece of artwork in by Terri Hallman - with wonderful vibrant colours and style, it's the perfect painting to start the weekend. Hallman begins her works with stick figure drawings on paper. The loose and somewhat abstract forms act as a matrix for the composition. She then begins the process of rubbing dry pigment (by hand) into the paper. Between the layers she masks off sections with tape and scrapes away others. She describes the process of removing tape and unmasking areas as being similar to revealing and discovering the nature of the subject. The creative pace is intense; the result is super-saturated hues and curiously crude textures. Hallman employs symbolic elements in her works assigning meanings to simple objects. A pea depicts nothingness while a horse epitomizes freedom. One familiar element in her works is a bird, perched on a shoulder, representing the trusted companion.

Happy Friday with Terri Hallman

New Artist! Introducing Adrian deRooy

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.

Fantastic Friday with Terri Hallman

More wonderful weather today! If you're out and about, don't forget to visit Crescent Hill Gallery to see all of the wonderful new work we have!  Today we're featuring our newest collection of artwork by Terri Hallman! Hallman begins her works with stick figure drawings on paper. The loose and somewhat abstract forms act as a matrix for the composition. She then begins the process of rubbing dry pigment (by hand) into the paper. Between the layers she masks off sections with tape and scrapes away others. She describes the process of removing tape and unmasking areas as being similar to revealing and discovering the nature of the subject. The creative pace is intense; the result is super-saturated hues and curiously crude textures. Hallman employs symbolic elements in her works assigning meanings to simple objects. A pea depicts nothingness while a horse epitomizes freedom. One familiar element in her works is a bird, perched on a shoulder, representing the trusted companion.  

Elegant and dramatic: new works by Jurgen Gorg

We've just received a wonderful new collection of artwork by Jurgen Gorg!  You can see the piece in the 'Gallery' part of our website, or come to the gallery and see them in person! Gorg’s work follows a strong tradition of figurative art with erotic overtones. He interprets his subject matter loosely, keeping his figures open and emphasizing motion through line and contour. A foreword in a book on Gorg’s work captures his artistic sensibility: “The predominant subject is the human body: it is the body of a young, slim, beautiful person. The face remains vague; the gestures are those of free motion. Everything concentrates on the body language and the erotic radiation of the figures.”
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A Little Warmth On A Snowy Saturday

The snow is nearly all melted away here in Mississauga,  but for those of you who still have snow on the ground on this overcast March morning, here is some of the newest work at Crescent Hill Gallery to warm you up! Julia Klimova Harold Braul

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Pietro Adamo

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