This distinguished artist's upcoming show in Maine is full of mood, light and drama.
Spanish artist Torrens instills the figurative works in his New York show with reverent introspection.
Poskas mixes new still lifes with a family tradition of painting Maine landscapes.
This New York show attempts to capture the artist's perfect world through narative idealism.
This emerging artist is dedicated to quality, craftsmanship and traditional style.
Living proof that a great artist can excel in any medium.
This new show promises elegant simplicity through shape and color.
A mix of traditional oil on canvas paintings combined with oil on plexiglass works that reflect the viewer as part of the painting.
This Cape Cod-based artist documents the light and visual drama of the area's tidal bays.
Dutch artist uses Vermeer's birthplace to inspire new paintings.
Contemporary figurative paintings have a timeless quality.
Leipzig finds beauty in the extraordinary and revealing ways people interact with their environments.
Anglophile artist uses Hitchcock films to evoke a sense of drama in his New York show.
Multiple meanings invite collectors to explore each canvas.
Artist finds inspiration in images drawn from New York consumer culture.
Collectors won't want to miss this important exhibition by Dan, Danny and John McCaw.
Exclusive opportunity to collect works by an artist who shows only once every four years.
Han wants collectors to get an aesthetic charge from the simple beauty of these new still lifes.
Young artist sees the prices of his plein air paintings double in the last five years.
Prior is best known for depicting the landscape around his Massachusetts home.
The sincerity and emotional content of Brommer's art will entice collectors to Carmel.
Dignity of early Chinese Pioneer inspires artist's new San Francisco show.
Goodwin finds beauty in the historic interior spaces combined with contemporary life.
Sophisticated collectors will enjoy the soft, meditative quality of Yokose's images.
Symbolic imagery in a traditional style creates paintings that explore the human condition.
Multi-figured self-portraits comment on identity issues.
Collectors who appreciate academic training and personal reflection will appreciate Macpherson's work.
Wagener's monumental skies and wide open spaces break the Arizona landscape cliche'.
Blondes' plein air depictions of European landscapes available for the first time in Santa Fe.
The quiet drama of the twilight will win Knaub more loyal collectors.
This new show contrasts the vastness of nature with the intimacy of a still life.
Masterful use of egg tempera will remind collectors of the great artists of the past.
Such is the appeal of this artist's work that collectors are asked to register expressions of interest.
These paintings provide a metaphor for the psychological and spiritual journey of life.
Bold, architectural style signals refreshing change of pace for Scottsdale.
Artist returns to the Dallas market after a decade.
This artist's new Italianate-style landscapes exist only within the boundaries of the canvas.
Impressionistic color married with classic structure set Liang's new body of work apart.
Life-sized paintings provide a contemporary twist to traditional portraiture.
Small intimate works bring nature to the forefront of Borup's paintings.
Overlooked scenes in nature evoke emotional response from Bechtold's expressionistic landscapes.
Galloway uses photorealistic style to document transformation from adolescence to adulthood.
New artist captures the soul of Black America in his upcoming Charleston show.
Daniel Sprick adds a touch of Renaissance light to his distinctly modern still lifes.
For Maryland trompe l'oeil artist Eric Conklin, tempting gallery viewers to touch the art to see if it's real is part of his job.
Teasing the viewer is Michael Riddet's way of creating intriguing metaphors about man and nature.
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