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.
We are very pleased to have received a gorgeous new collection of seascape paintings by Alfredo Gomez. A self-taught master of classical realism, Gomez brings to life on canvas the natural beauty and feeling we experience while strolling on the beaches of southern California – warm sunlight reflecting on the water, distant headlands obscured by
Dave was recently featured in the Laguna Beach Coastline Pilot. You can read the article here. He has also been picked up by various news outlets, including a few in the UK including the Metro and Daily Mail.
About a year ago, Laguna Beach artist David Palmer wanted to commemorate John Lennon 30 years after his death by creating a unique and edgy work of art. The result was a portrait of Lennon painted on a panel of bullet casings, transforming the medium of his death into a work of art. David Palmer,
We are very pleased to welcome Canadian artist Martin Beaupre as the newest member of the gallery. Martin takes us on a Zen journey which reveals a search for beauty and harmony. Inspired by his travels to Asia, and his reverence for Japanese aesthetics, Martin’s paintings combine energy and dynamism with tranquility and serenity.
This is one of three new oil paintings by Mostafa Keyhani. Keyhani is best known for his thickly painted, impressionist scenes from Europe. His paintings are full of life, color and charm, and this painting of a busy cafe in France is no exception.
Today’s addition to the gallery is by California Impressionist Don Langford. I don’t expect this beautiful painting of California in springtime to stay here very long.
We just received this magnificent 40×60 inch painting by California artist Brad Elsberry depicting the Grand Canyon and the Lava Falls Rapid below, the most severe rapid of the Grand Canyon. The Lava Falls are so called because of the “frozen” cascades of lava that once flowed into the canyon from a nearby volcano. Brad