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To help you navigate our collection of talented artists, we've devised a snappy flowchart to guide you towards the artists that, based on your answers, we think you'll love!
Since we had a rare week with no new arrivals to the gallery, we set ourselves to the task of making sure you had something different, and a little bit fun, to occupy the space between our next newsletter and blog post.
Tagged art, artwork, canadian, Crescent Hill Gallery, Hanging Tips, Irena Gendelman, Mark Berens, Maya Eventov, Michael Foers, painting, Peter Panov, Victor Tkachenko
To make quick work of the task of hanging your new art, we've compiled some helpful guidelines to follow so you can get to enjoying your vacation a lot sooner!
Hanging your artwork with precision, rather than by-eye, not only gives your collection a more polished look, but it is also more naturally appealing to rest your eyes on even lines and square angles.
At the gallery, we use 60", the height of average eye-level from the floor to the center point of your artwork to hang our work. Heights vary, and so for optimal viewing of your collection, you may need to adjust the measurement to your own comfort.
An alternative way to hang artowrk without using a wire on the back of the painting is to use D-rings and angled wall hangers.
For this method, you install the two D-rings into the back of the painting, making sure they are level with each other.
Then, using the measuring methods described above to figure out the ideal placement of the angled wall hangers. Make sure to measure the distance between the two D-rings on the back of the painting for the distance of the two angled wall hooks as well as the correct height for the painting.
Tagged acrylic, art, artwork, Bill Saunders, Bob Arrigo, canadian, Crescent Hill Gallery, Emilija Pasagic, encaustic, happy new year, Harold Braul, James Keirstead, Jordan Hicks, Julia Klimova, Mark Berens, Maya Eventov, mixed-media, new, oil, original, painting, Peter Panov, Pietro Adamo, unique
Wishing everyone a happy and safe New Year's Eve! We're looking forward to presenting some of the best Canadian art in the new year, and to helping find the perfect artwork just for you!
We had a wonderful time last weekend with everyone who came out to our Autumn Adventures show! With such a great collection of new works, and the artists that came out, including Harold Braul, Mark Berens, Bob Arrigo, Henri Lobo, Viktor Nemo and Vladan. We're definitely looking forward to our next show coming up in early March 2014, and we hope that you are too!
Tagged acrylic, art, artwork, Bob Arrigo, canadian, canvas, Carole Arnston, Crescent Hill Gallery, draw, Emilija Pasagic, Harold Braul, Henri Lobo, Jordan Hicks, Julia Klimova, Jurgen Gorg, Maya Eventov, mixed-media, oil, one of a kind, original, painting, Peter Panov, Pietro Adamo, unique, Vladan, winner Chantal Johnson
We have new works by Peter Panov in the gallery today! From trumpet players to romantic cafe encounters, his work depicts a delightfully charmed take on life, using a distinct colour palette to add atmosphere and depth to every scene. These pieces must be seen in person, so be sure to visit us soon and be captivated by this stunning artwork!
Tagged abstract, art, artwork, color, Crescent Hill Gallery, life, music, news, original, painting, people. faces, Peter Panov, portrait, unique, vibrant
Just in! We have an amazing new collection of paintings by Peter Panov today! Bold and beautiful, his paintings truly set the mood in any room, and these new pieces are sure to make your day. With only two weeks left before Christmas, make sure you visit us soon to add some stunning new artwork to your home just in time for the holidays.
Tagged abstract, art, artwork, cafe, canadian, Crescent Hill Gallery, faces, meeting, news, newsmen, newspaper, original, painting, people, Peter Panov, portrait, unique
We may be in between thunder showers right now, so here are some great summery rainy-day paintings to match! We are receiving new work from our artists all the time, so be sure to come by often to see what's new!
Tagged art, artwork, canadian, Carole Arnston, Crescent Hill Gallery, Marie-Claude Boucher, original, painting, Peter Panov, rain, raining, rainstorm, summer, thunder, Victor Nemo
Tagged art, artwork, canadian, Crescent Hill Gallery, Father's Day, Happy Father's Day, original, painting, Peter Panov, portrait
We hope you are all having a wonderful day today! Happy Father's Day!
To describe the theme of Peter Panov's paintings, you must enter the door into his vast and incredible imagination. He depicts Paris around the 1920s, and elaborately decorates and expands on the idea of "Man and his City". His characters are recognizable, familiar and yet convey the essence of individual memory and history. Panov's images are alive with narratives detailing of endless fantasy, joy, musical tales and intriguing places.
Tagged art, artwork, british, bus, canadian, Crescent Hill Gallery, double decker bus, new, original, painting, Peter Panov, urban
Tagged art, artwork, cinema, Crescent Hill Gallery, Mark Berens, nature, original, painting, paintings, Peter Panov
Happy Thursday everyone! We have three amazing new paintings by Mark Berens in the gallery, as well as 10 new works by Peter Panov! It's a great day to visit and see some beautiful new artwork.
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Tagged Annette Kraft Van Ermel, artwork, Crescent Hill Gallery, Emilija Pasagic, Harold Braul, Lucie Boucher, original, painting, Peter Panov
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