Art Portfolios

Unnoticed Beauty by Gigi Mills

Unnoticed Beauty by Gigi Mills

Boy and Burro. Oil on birch panel . 16 x 20 inches. Unnoticed Beauty by Gigi Mills The lack of defined outlines in Gigi Mills’ paintings forces the eye to see her subjects and backgrounds as one, denying the viewer the opportunity to draw more attention to…

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In the Eye of the Beholder  by Jonathan Smith

In the Eye of the Beholder by Jonathan Smith

Island: Gulfoss In the Eye of the Beholder by Jonathan Smith In the world of the visual arts, originality starts in the creator’s eye—the objective world as perceived by a particular individual who, in sharing his or her perception with the rest of us, offers…

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Half-Told Stories  by Julio Reyes

Half-Told Stories by Julio Reyes

Headwinds. Oil on mounted linen. 23 1/2 x 36 inches. Half-Told Stories by Julio Reyes Reyes’ compositions suggest something surreal is at hand: Ghostly figures mirror the corporeal, or the abstracted spaces of white walls. Reyes’ urban environments add a provocative atmospheric touch: industrial sites and…

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Deeper Sense by Kelly Carmody

Deeper Sense by Kelly Carmody

At first glance Kelly Carmody’s full-length portraits and elegant still-life paintings look to be works the gentry would have commissioned hundreds of years ago. And then the viewer notices discreet modern details: a plastic knife handle, the sheen of a store-bought skirt. These slyly inserted…

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Now and Then by Alberto Gálvez

Now and Then by Alberto Gálvez

All artists stand on the heads of giants, some avowedly, others unconsciously. Alberto Gálvez belongs to the first group, joining usually explicit references to masters of the art canon with a contemporary interpretation of figurative painting. One of the most provocative images in our portfolio…

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Places in Dream Time by Anne Siems (excerpt)

Places in Dream Time by Anne Siems (excerpt)

Dancer, Acrylic on panel. 48 x 36 inches.

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Skin Deep by Thomas Wharton

Skin Deep by Thomas Wharton

About three years ago I went to a New York gallery opening that included paintings by some of my friends. The theme was the male nude. In the course of conversation, one of the artists suggested that I should think about doing one. I hadn’t…

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Ah, the world!  Oh, the world!  by  Claus Hoie

Ah, the world! Oh, the world! by Claus Hoie

“Ah, the world! Oh, the world!” —from Herman Melville’s Moby Dick Claus Hoie Moby DickWatercolor21 x 29 inches   Ship in Rough SeasWatercolor15 7/8 x 24 7/8 inches   Saturday, Nov. 23, 1842Watercolor and ink10 x 8 inches   NarwhalWatercolor24 x 36 inches   Giant…

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Life Drawings by Linda Capello

Life Drawings by Linda Capello

All I have ever wanted to do was draw, and all I have ever wanted to draw were people. I am a classically trained anatomist, but instead of the rigid, mechanical representation of muscle, bone and flesh, I look for the subtlety of the line;…

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In Search of a Nature with Something to Say  by  Marc Dalessio

In Search of a Nature with Something to Say by Marc Dalessio

Contess Nencia Bolza. Oil on linen. 48 x 40 inches

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