There's much to see here so take your time, look around. We are updating our gallery regularly but we always enjoy hearing from visitors, so don't hesitate to contact us at (319) 621-8223 or through email at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or interest in anything you see. We are happy to assist you with purchasing any of the artworks for sale here or putting you in touch with any of the artists regarding commissioned work.
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From dreams in technicolor to nightmares that melt from one form into another, Bella’s work crosses the divide between traditional and transformative. A flirtation with bold and brilliant color becomes a rainbow affair, aggressively softened into a spectrum of surreal delight with an undercurrent of anxiety and alarm.
Bella studied at the University of Wyoming at Laramie. Art has been her passion for years, and - unable to limit herself to one medium - Bella has translated that love into oils, acrylics, multimedia sculptures, and textile arts.
Bold lines and indistinct edges come together in a watery landscape of smudged photographs and half-memories. Karl’s works in charcoal evoke a nostalgia for a time you never experienced and a longing for something you never lost. He creates in monochrome worlds that exist at the edges of the paper, in between the lines, and at the end of a long day.
Karl studied formally at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design and the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Deeply influenced by Edgar Degas and Käthe Kollwitz, Karl’s charcoal works presents a dynamic and multidimensional approach to the artform. See more of Karl's work at: https://www.karlsternberg.com
As you walk through a familiar, idyllic scene, you are suddenly confronted by the unknown, a jagged and alien version of what you thought you knew. Such is the imagination of R. E. Henry. At once sentimental and twisted, Henry’s brave colors and audacious lines will lure you in with the promise of bucolic harmony and then confront you with the excitement and confusion of life.
The bold and unapologetic style will bring any room to life. From Henry's historic scenes re-imagined to his observations on nature, Henry’s work will complement and complete every taste and style.
Eve Minkler is a local ghostwriter, novelist, poet, jazz singer, and self-taught painter working mostly in fluid acrylics and alcohol inks in an abstract style.
She believes art can be like jazz improvisation or stream-of-consciousness poetry, tapping directly into the river of creative energy from which all artists draw and flowing through the subconscious mind, through the medium, and onto the canvas or paper. Each painting represents a three-pointed effort: the artist, the paint, and fate contribute equally. Eve’s paintings tend to manifest themes of nature, music, and metaphysics. See more of Eve's work at: https://www.eveinkstudio.com/
Though he wishes to remain Anonymous, the artist's works can and will cause you to stop and look deeply into them. He feels most will only see him in his work rather than what they may see in their own interpretation of pieces, so he will not allow very much information to go out about himself. Recently, an avid collector purchased the remaining four paintings by Anonymous. He is now working on his third series/collection and anticipates gallery ready pieces in December 2019. He asks that you contact him through: firstname.lastname@example.org
Peruse the art gallery for pieces by other artists showing in the gallery. The selection of fine art continues to grow. Several artists are working on collections and may only have one or two pieces left at present. We also feature works we've been lucky to acquire from artists who don't feature regularly, such as Rebecca Sexton, Jessica Drees, Jillian Drees and Sam Fischer, along with some historic pieces.
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