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 are often large, allowing one’s vision to be engulfed by its beauty and wonder, as if peering into an undiscovered world of microcosmic, or macrocosmic, scale. Click here to see more of Aaron Coleman’s work.
We just received three new seascape paintings by Alfredo Gomez, including this large beauty which measures 4 by 4 feet. Please click on the image to see more of Alfredo’s amazing seascape paintings.
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.
Hong Kong, Cuba, San Francisco, Newport Beach and Laguna Beach are the locales Brooke Harker has chosen for this new collection of paintings. Click here to see all available works by Brooke. “Spirit Ride” (Hong Kong) 40×52 inch ink, acrylic oil on canvas
Martin Beaupre is visiting from Quebec, Canada and he will be attending an exhibit of his most recent paintings. Martin will also be demonstrating his intuitive painting technique at 7:00.
We just received this beautiful evening scene of Laguna Beach painted by California artist Don Langford. (30×24 inch oi/canvas)
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.