|Jeffrey Janson - Lake Geneva - Oil on Canvas - 22 x 18 inches (framed)|
Saturday, May 16, 2015
Jeffrey Janson just finished up a show at Images Gallery and was kind enough to bring five of his paintings by the gallery for a few weeks. We will have the paintings on the front walls of the gallery until early June. The work ranges from plein air paintings of the Lake Geneva area, to landscapes of Joshua Tree National Park, to interiors of friends homes. There is an awesome painting depicting an aerial view of Belmont Harbor. Visit Jeffs blog if you would like to see more of his work.
Sunday, May 10, 2015
Michelle surprised me with a few new pieces in the gallery last week. From what I understand, she found a old silk screen she had made years ago and spent an afternoon 'reworking' a few old panels. The results hark back to her days as a painter, and there is a touch of the Warholian silk screen sensibility too.
|Michelle Peterson Albandoz - Untitled Cityscape Panels - 24 x 24 inches each|
Friday, April 10, 2015
Sunday, March 15, 2015
|Brian Schulz - White Box #9 - Mat Board, Glue - 20.5x20.5 inches|
|Brian Schulz - LM #2 Green - Mat Board, Marker, Glue - 10x10 inches|
|Brian Schulz - LM #5 White - 10x10 inches|
|Jose Rodriquez - Proposal For Lake Shore Drive 1|
|Jose Rodriguez - Proposal For Lake Shore Drive 2|
|Michael McGuire - Parking Panorama 23|
|Michael McGuire - Number 3-18 - Acrylic Paint, Arches Watercolor Paper - 25x40 inches|
|Michelle Peterson Albandoz - Ziggurat Panel #6 (Detail) - Charred Wood - 48x12 inches|
|Michelle Peterson Albandoz - Organ Piece #15 (detail) - Reclaimed Organ - 32x29 inches|
Sunday, March 8, 2015
|Michael McGuire - Asymmetrical Grid #3 - Acrylic Paint on Arches Watercolor Paper - 40 x 25.75 inches|
Michael McGuire has been using the grid as an inspiration for years. One of his techniques for exploring variations in grids involves the computer. He will photograph an existing grid based drawing and then in Photoshop create multiple iterations of that grid. He works quickly and intuitively, making many versions, saving every step, and editing afterwards. If something strikes him as appealing he will then spend the time to execute the drawing.
|Michael McGuire - Grid Variations, Middle|
|Michael McGuire - Grid Variations, Top|
|Michael McGuire - Grid Variations, Darker Element|
Sunday, February 22, 2015
Not a new Michelle piece, but new to the gallery. Dimensions: 48 x 79 inches. Lots of color, lots of dimension. Beautiful in person.
|Michelle Peterson Albandoz - Untitled (The Handmade Digital) - Wood, Paint, Wood Glue - 48x79inches|