Martin Beaupré Journey of Zen First Thursdays Artwalk November 7    6:00 to 9:00 PM Martin Beaupré returns to Laguna Beach this week with a new collection of paintings from his “Journey of Zen” series. Come see his newest works and meet Monsieur Beaupré in person during the First Thursdays Artwalk at Lu Martin Galleries

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We now have a new collection of paintings by artist Aaron Coleman. At first glance, Aaron’s work resembles polished marble, but closer inspection reveals layers of intricately dispersed paint embedded in a thick layer of clear resin. His paintings are philosophical abstractions of micro and macrocosms of nature, inspired by colors and patterns of the

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David Palmer released his latest painting on bullet casings just in time for Independence Day. “American Legacy” juxtaposes the iconic symbol of our liberty against that of which was used to achieve and defend it.  It highlights the significance of arms in America, both historically and currently, militarily and individually, for better or worse.  This

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We received several new paintings this month from Aaron Coleman, including this one, “Stratification of the River” (30 x 84 inches). Coleman’s non-representational paintings are created by a process of alternating layers of clear resin and paint, using special techniques of “controlled chaos” to form patterns that are organic, geologic or even cosmic. Coleman’s paintings

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New works by Canadian artist Martin Beaupré just arrived, including this beauty titled “That the Life is Light”, which glimmers from scores of Swarovski crystals attached to the canvas . Beaupré’s peaceful paintings are full of inspiring symbolism. In this painting, he explains that the monk symbolizes control of one’s life, the Tibetan bowl he is holding

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Artist David Palmer demonstrates his technique of using gunpowder to scorch the underlying image of Sitting Bull on his “canvas” of bullets. Palmer subsequently paints with brush and airbrush to finish the piece, which can be seen here.