Contemporary art
Mathieu Nozieres (France), “Boy on a Horse,” oil on panel, 8 x 7 in.

California: Arcadia Contemporary’s largest exhibition of the year is titled “Five and Under.”

This annual exhibition features more than 200 works by almost 75 artists from around the world, and while some of the featured artists are already represented by Arcadia Contemporary, many are talented painters and artists in other media that the gallery has been following on social media and invited to participate. Works by artists from countries such as South Korea, New Zealand, Australia, France, Canada, England, and Sweden will all be included in the exhibition.

Contemporary art
Lee K. (South Korea), “Untitled No. 44,” graphite on paper, 20 x 15 in.
Contemporary art
Dana Zaltzman (Israel), “Dandelions,” oil on panel, 10 x 16 in.
Contemporary art
Jesse Stern (U.S.), “Liminal Stasis,” graphite on paper, 28 x 21 in.

“Five and Under” refers to the selling prices for all the works in the exhibition. Every painting, drawing, and sculpture will be available for US$5,000 or less. The gallery makes a special effort every year to show that quality, original works by important representational artists can be added to anyone’s collection at a price point that is accessible to many beginning collectors.

Representational art
Jeffrey Vaughn (U.S.), “Water Lilies After a Storm,” oil on canvas, 24 x 24 in.
Contemporary art
Korin Faught (U.S.), “Rinauro,” oil on canvas, 12 x 12 in.
Contemporary art
Benz and Chang (U.S.), “A Song for A Whale,” chestnut ink on panel, 24 x 18 in.
Contemporary portraits
Denise Buckel (Chile), “Rafaella,” oil on canvas, 22 x 17 in.
Contemporary art
Ben Ashton (UK), “The Best of Intentions,” oil on panel, 22 x 18 in.

“Five and Under” opens on Saturday, August 17, and continues through September 8 and can be viewed on the gallery’s website starting Saturday, August 17.

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