With the clouds a lovely silvery grey today, we have a lovely accompaniment to the weather with new works by Jurgen Gorg! We've repainted one of our main walls, and his newest works are on display just as you come in. This lovely zodiac inspired series has delicate hues and whimsical lines that make Gorg's work a stunning addition to any room.
If you're dreaming of enchanted forests and quiet woodland sojourns, then we have the perfect thing for you: a new collection of paintings by Maya Eventov! Her richly textured style gives her work a fantastic sense of depth that will bring you right into the scene. Come by to see them in person and bring a delightful bit of nature home.
Today we're featuring artwork by our newest artist - Roman Zuzuk! His sophisticated painting technique and his work in primitive abstraction was developed only through rigorous classical schooling. He graduated from the prestigious Kiev Academy of Fine Arts. His art is truly an amalgamation of everyday and the extraordinary which straddle the worlds of rural and urban, a sentimental past and hopeful future. But it is in his eclectic foray into the tension of accepting reality over the magnetic force of fantasy, and all that world has to offer, that Zuzuk’s work inspires man to dream.
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.