Discover where you can acquire Watwood’s latest work of figurative art, and how the model inspired her.
Collectively, these nocturne paintings create a world filled with mood, wonder, and anticipation, bringing to life moments that are ephemeral and compelling.
The artist draws inspiration from other artists, writers, and filmmakers whose work explores the subtler (and often stranger) corners of the American experience.
On view are 30 oil paintings and watercolors on loan from Doug and Kay Ivester by Charles Webster Hawthorne, an American artist renowned for his portraits and genre paintings who was instrumental in the founding of the Cape Cod School of Art in 1899.
Joshua LaRock, a Texas native, is a classically trained artist with deep roots in figurative painting. Preview his latest works here.
Preview works that explore the relationship between the psychological associations of the color red and the sublimity of masterful realist painting.
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.