What an amazing day we have today - such a perfect start to the school year. If you have a chance, make sure you take the time to step outside and enjoy it. Whether you're out there for a few minutes or a few hours, it'll be worth it!
On this lovely, spring-like day, we are proud to present the stunning new works of Julia Klimova. Painting for Julia is a passion, a fascinating process of seeing, which alters the vision of things. The everyday becomes special, unique, unknown. What is seen, is never what is painted, yet the painting becomes a new reality. When somebody inquires "How long did it take her to paint this picture?" - She answers it, but to herself she thinks: "How long? My entire life", it is a result of a lifelong journey into self discovery.
Today we have a beautiful new painting by Ken Kirsch! If you're looking for a tranquil respite to a busy day, come by and see this lovely painting in person. It's sure to soothe nerves and bring some calm to a hectic day.
Today we are excited to present to you a new painting by Henri Lobo! His wonderful work has such stunning depth - you could walk right into any of his scenes and enjoy the atmosphere of the countryside in all its spendour. His pieces are even better in person!
Looks like we're in for a little more snow today! If you're looking for some stunning artwork that fits the season and will bring a breath of fresh air to your home, we have an amazing collection of winter scenes by Maya Eventov - come and see them today!
We hope you've had a wonderful New Years and that your 2013 is off to a great start on this lovely, sunny day!
Just in time to brighten this cloudy day, we have a beautiful new painting by Henri Lobo! We hope you're having a wonderful weekend, and that you stop by the gallery while you're out and about doing your gift shopping!
Happy Halloween everyone! If you have little ones, or even not so little ones, have a safe and fun time tonight! It's always a treat to see all of the amazingly carved pumpkins out there, as well as some truly phenomenally decorated homes. Enjoy the treats, and remember to stay warm and dry! With spooky forests and late night adventures in mind, we have some stunning new artwork by Maya Eventov today. Who knows what you'll find in the woods once you venture inside!
We have a great new collection of works by Maya Eventov today, perfect for all the outdoor lovers out there! Maya's work is rich with wonderful textures and colours, sure to remind you of your favorite hikes and adventures. Have a great weekend everyone!
The cooler weather means it's time for some delicious turkey and pumpkin pie! We hope you have a wonderful and relaxing Thanksgiving weekend with family and friends.
This week we'll be receiving some stunning new works by Michael Rozenvain, Irena Gendelman, and Henri Lobo, so be sure to check back soon for updates on their newest work! In the meanwhile, we're falling in love with the colours of autumn, shown perfectly in these paintings by Mark Berens:
We have a few new paintings by Mark Berens in today! The surface quality of his landscapes is thick, creamy, and rich in the palette of nature’s liveliness. Berens is particularly noted for his ability to capture depth and light through textured dabs of a well-calculated colour palette. Upon viewing a Berens Oil, it is almost as if one could reach out and pick up one of his fallen leaves. Through closer inspection, the quality of the paint reveals itself in a somewhat abstract manner, creating a unique bilateral dynamic for viewing.
We have some truly stunning new floral bouquet paintings by Maya Eventov! If you're doing some spring renovating and redecorating, take a look at the newest works we've just received from Maya for your inspiration!
We have some stunning new works in by Mark Berens! The surface quality of his landscapes is thick, creamy, and rich in the palette of nature’s liveliness. Berens is particularly noted for his ability to capture depth and light through textured dabs of a well-calculated colour palette. Upon viewing a Berens Oil, it is almost as if one could reach out and pick up one of his fallen leaves. Through closer inspection, the quality of the paint reveals itself in a somewhat abstract manner, creating a unique bilateral dynamic for viewing.