Realism within this exhibition is depicted in varying degrees, from hyper-real, which can be somewhat exaggerated, ironic, and conceptual in its nature, to semi-abstract, enticing the eye with a more relaxed approach. Each artist brings their own ideas and perspective to the table.
In these new works, Cuban-American artist Cesar Santos shows us his process from start to finish all in one picture.
The exhibition explores how painting seascapes has influenced Lafuente’s shimmering floral arrangements and celebrates the gallery’s 20-year working relationship with the artist.
Continuing her investigation of the ethereal nature of the environment, Bridgette Meinhold’s new show explores and celebrates the nature of forests and beauty of trees.
In his first solo exhibition with David Klein Gallery Robert Schefman presents his recent series of paintings and drawings exploring the hidden world of secrets.
“Feltus gives expression to rarified and faintly voyeuristic scenarios suffused with longing, expectation, boredom, anticipation, uncertainty, and regret.” Learn about his current exhibition here.
Based on the theme “Pure Truth, Pure Kindness, and Pure Beauty,” New Tang Dynasty Television has organized this competition since 2008 to revive the traditional art of realistic oil painting.
Juried by Hyeseung Marriage-Song, Beverly McNeil, and Patricia Watwood, this show features 30+ international multidisciplinary artists whose artwork explores both the purpose and limits of portraiture, identity, and the self in the modern digital age.
“Corpo a Corpo” is a tribute to the classical artist tradition with a contemporary edge, by 35 international artists who draw inspiration from the great masters of the past.
With more than 40 new works created by 24 artists, the exhibition focuses on continuing the evolution and growing appreciation of painting outdoors to capture the ephemeral qualities of natural light.