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    Sands by Gerola

    01 Jun 2019 – 15 Jun 2019

    Sands by Gerola

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    "Beyond The Night" Mixed Media paintinsgs by Sylvie Gedda

    01 Jun 2019 – 15 Jun 2019

    "I work with inks and pigments in the thickness of epoxy resin cast on canvas or wood. I always start with the manufacturing and colour dosage. I don't wonder what I want to tell, I have a visceral need to say in colour. The resin having proved its worth (paintings on synthetic glass installed outside) I use the same technique on canvas. My experience on synthetic glass allows me to anticipate the effects produced, to be able to drive them and to control them. I work on the shades, the degrees of depth of each color I use. I also combine different techniques: reworked stains, overlapping of several colours before drying, line work. My sources of inspiration are inspired by Nature in the broadest sense of the word: cosmic, microcosmic, terrestrial, aquatic, human. I'm interested in life. The canvas can be framed, American box or wood frame." Sylvia Gedda

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    "Pretty Heaven" by Pepe Aguilar

    01 Jun 2019 – 15 Jun 2019

    Aguilar creates his unique works using the art of rubikubism. Rubikubism is three dimensional art with two levels of interpretation. Up close, the art is about the textures and patterns. But at a distance, it reveals an image, one that only exists in the mind of the beholder. It demands interaction from the viewer, who is gratified by a sense of discovery. Aguilar says that creating rubikubism is like deconstructing an idea and putting it back together again. The finished art lets the viewer decipher the creative process. Aguilar began his venture into rubikubism in 2015. He uses this method of art to pay tribute to Mexican pop icons. In his work, iconic figures such as Emiliano Zapata, Frida Kahlo, and El Santo are present. Pepe Aguilar currently lives in New York where he works as the Chief Creative Officer at Grey Wing. His work has been recognized all around the world, including the prestigious Cannes Lions Festival, where he’s been awarded with 14 Cannes Lions.

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    Romancing The Imagination by Elling Reitan

    01 Jun 2019 – 15 Jun 2019

    Romancing The Imagination Translating personal reflections on the physical world into poignant compositions bursting with colors and textures, Elling Reitan beautifully blends visual aesthetics with spirituality. Often referred to as “the artist with the beautiful colors”, Reitan began his artistic career with a juried exhibition in Trondhjem’s Kunstforening (Art Society) in Norway in 1979. Today, having developed a unique visual language, he has showcased his works in more than a hundred and fifty solo and group exhibitions across the globe. His work is part of a number of public and private collections in Norway, the United State of America, as well as in Europe and Asia. Reitan is a skillful and expressive artist showcasing mastery of technique in a number of different mediums and styles — romantic oil compositions with an idiosyncratic touch of texture, intricate silkscreened masterpieces brought to life with his vibrant color palette and imaginative landscapes that poetically embrace abstraction. His works, encompassing several layers of contextual interpretations within them, have equally as much to offer to the audiences. “The aim of my paintings is to say something about the world we are living in,” he says. “However, there are no fixed meanings. I like people to search for themselves and see what they can find. Most of my artworks can be interpreted in many different ways”. The versatility in Reitan’s works is conceptually tied together with a recurring allusion to the Chinese concept of “yin and yang” or “the two black and white drops of water that together form a perfect circle,” as the artist describes it. Symbolically represented by a set of black and white figures tastefully woven into each of the compositions – sometimes delicately peeking through the chaos of energetic abstraction and other times assertively claiming the viewers’ gaze in the distant horizon – the gesture acts as a personal signature inducing additional contextual as well as visual depth to his paintings. “They are counterparts — black and white, male and female, warm and cold — that together form a unity,” explains the artist. Reitan’s contemplative works of art, with their bold, inviting visual language and inherent layers of reflective dialogue, compel the audience to temporarily cease the constant chaos in and around them, and embark on an introspective journey through their own imaginations. “There is a stream of inputs, both visual and emotional, hitting us every second, and a lot of it we involuntarily accept, simply because we do not have time to reflect over it,” says the artist, “With my art, that can often be interpreted in several different ways, I want to provide the viewers with the opportunity of discovery and reflection Tanya Singh

    neueste Werke

    • Elling Reitan

      Swing It
      110.0 x 75.0 cm (w x h)
      Oil
    • Elling Reitan

      Intermezzo
      85.0 x 100.0 cm (w x h)
      Oil
    • Elling Reitan

      Fog Rider
      100.0 x 120.0 cm (w x h)
      Oil
    • Elling Reitan

      Dance
      115.0 x 90.0 cm (w x h)
      Oil on canvas
    • Elling Reitan

      Cloud
      90.0 x 120.0 cm (w x h)
      Oil on canvas
    • GEROLA

      COCKTAIL , 2016
      18.0 x 12.0 x 1.0 inch (w x h x d)
      Layered minerals, acrylates, pigments
      1250.0 $
    • GEROLA

      NOON, 2016
      18.0 x 12.0 x 1.0 inch (w x h x d)
      Layered minerals, acrylates, pigments
      1250.0 $
    • GEROLA

      BEACH ROAD, 2016
      18.0 x 12.0 x 1.0 inch (w x h x d)
      Layered minerals, acrylates, pigments
      1250.0 $
    • GEROLA

      CANDY, 2016
      18.0 x 12.0 x 1.0 inch (w x h x d)
      Layered minerals, acrylates, pigments
      1250.0 $
    • GEROLA

      MINI MOON, 2016
      18.0 x 12.0 x 1.0 inch (w x h x d)
      Layered minerals, acrylates, pigments
      1250.0 $
    • GEROLA

      SAND DOLLAR, 2016
      18.0 x 12.0 x 1.0 inch (w x h x d)
      Layered minerals, acrylates, pigments
      1250.0 $
    • GEROLA

      ROSE PISCINE, 2016
      18.0 x 12.0 x 1.0 inch (w x h x d)
      Layered minerals, acrylates, pigments
      1250.0 $
    • GEROLA

      SEA SQUIRM, 2016
      24.0 x 36.0 x 1.5 inch (w x h x d)
      Layered minerals, acrylates, pigments
      4200.0 $
    • GEROLA

      OCEAN FLOORS, 2016
      24.0 x 36.0 x 1.5 inch (w x h x d)
      Layered minerals, acrylates, pigments
      4200.0 $
    • GEROLA

      PLUNGE, 2016
      36.0 x 24.0 x 1.5 inch (w x h x d)
      Layered minerals, acrylates, pigments
      4200.0 $
    • GEROLA

      BY THE SEA, 2016
      36.0 x 24.0 x 1.5 inch (w x h x d)
      Layered minerals, acrylates, Acryl String gel Pigments auf Leinwand
      4200.0 $
    • GEROLA

      MAINE COVE, 2016
      36.0 x 24.0 x 1.5 inch (w x h x d)
      Layered minerals, acrylates, Acryl String gel Pigments auf Leinwand
      4200.0 $
    • GEROLA

      SAND DRIFT, 2015
      36.0 x 24.0 x 1.5 inch (w x h x d)
      Layered minerals, acrylates, pigments
      4200.0 $
    • GEROLA

      UNDERTOW, 2015
      36.0 x 24.0 x 1.5 inch (w x h x d)
      Layered minerals, acrylates, pigments
      4200.0 $
    • GEROLA

      WATER CLOUDS, 2015
      36.0 x 29.4 x 1.5 inch (w x h x d)
      Layered minerals, acrylates, pigments
      4300.0 $
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