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 are very pleased to welcome our newest artist Khalid Alkaaby to the gallery. Khalid Alkaaby was born and raised in Baghdad, Iraq in 1979. He worked as an artist and ran a successful art studio. In September 2005 Baghdad underwent immense bombings. The 14th of September was the deadliest day of the insurgency. The…
We just received this fun piece by Jennifer Verge, a spirited artist living in Venice Beach, CA who creates her works of art with found and re-purposed wood, hardware and other objects and infuses them with her expressions of passion for living. You can see more of her unique works of art here.
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…
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.
We just received this beautiful evening scene of Laguna Beach painted by California artist Don Langford. (30×24 inch oi/canvas)