Every painting, drawing, and sculpture will be available for $5,000 or less, with the gallery’s intention being to offer a price point that is accessible to many beginning collectors.
In this year's themed group exhibition “Sunsets” at Maxwell Alexander Gallery, artists will present new work that explores the meaning and mystery of sunsets through their own interpretations.
The objective of this art exhibition is to engage people on the subject of climate change by creating art that draws them into the subject visually and emotionally, connecting them to real-life experiences and scientific understandings about what is going on today.
This is the first touring retrospective devoted to this Japanese-American artist, who is represented by more than 150 watercolors, paintings, prints, and screens.
This art show celebrates both the heritage and the future of the American West.
The artist thinks of her paintings as “emotive portraits of the bodies of water, which, like people, are both all the same and all different…”
Originally from Germany, Louis now lives in New York City, where he creates works depicting elegant women set against energetic, abstracted fields of color...
The exhibition features works by Mike Glier, Leon Loughridge, James McElhinney, and Don Stinson. Its wide-ranging images offer fresh perspectives on “The Land of Enchantment.”
In these paintings, set mainly in Southern California, the visceral tumult of city life recedes from view, its clamor reduced to a low, contemplative hum.
His subjects are “mysterious, lonely, and romantic while evoking a personal and intimate story” that you are dared to imagine.