C.W. Slade begins her process by openly journaling on the canvas. She lets curiosity grow by sharing her wonder in the human experience. Layers of paint continue to build, leaving fragments of sentences and collaged pieces for the viewer to take part in the journey.
John M. White is a painter, sculptor and performance artist. He has been exhibiting publicly over 40 years and is represented in several major museum collections. His paintings and drawings are considered "abstracted landscapes," frequently incorporating his personalized symbols
Linda is classically trained in using oil paints, taking us back to the renaissance era. Her oil paintings are often several layers of paint and linseed oil creating the same luminosity as the classic Renaissance painters.She often uses metaphor to convey her interpretation of world affairs to the viewer. With many layers, shines through a depth of light and shadow.
Sally's work is a unique blend of textiles, painting and collage. She uses iconography as the language of her work. Using mythical, heroic and historic symbols, she creates a stylized image of the subject. There is humor and pathos in the motifs that surround the image. Her love of beautiful fabrics, intense color and luscious texture is evident in her icons. The great mythologies of the world give the pieces a rich vocabulary.
Lehrer is inspired by random elements in the natural world, such as erosion, properties of water and the effects of color. She is also inspired by the intuitive world of ideas, concepts, and impressions. Together, she combines these elements by exploring different media and materials to produce sublime work of elemental beauty.
Lynne Deutch is an artist and travel photographer. She focuses on everyday life from remote places in the world, sharing in the beauty of our everyday scenes, vulnerabilities, and joys.
All of Vokert's work is based on historical works of art to which he adds a contemporary social or political twist.
Based on John Sloan's The Wake of the Ferry No.2, 1907, the painting pivots back and forth through a crank and gear to evoke the rolling of the ferry.
Sheila Daube is an abstract expressionist painter, best known for artworks in dark, rich tones steeped in mythology, pop culture and wit. Her sensuous surfaces and jewel tone colors invite the viewer in to experience the delight of the world as she sees it.
Ashlie Benton's evocative paintings deploy a unique vocabulary of visual forms. Horses and hands. Coyotes and crowns. Mysterious geometric symbols, suggestive traces of text, and expressive fragments of human anatomy. Benton's work is both emotionally mysterious and physically seductive. In doing so, she shows up how surprising juxtapositions can point to new, unexpected meanings.
Marshall is very interested in the relationship between people and their surroundings, especially with regard to the Golden Mean, the Mandelbrot Set and other mathematical ratios. She does all sizes of beautifully colored abstracts.
Schubert is an abstract expressionist who works on a large birch panel, often topped with a coat of resin. Dragging, spraying, dripping, smearing and scraping while alternating between paint and resin, numerous times, renders a startling effect in which the paint layers appear to “float”
Roschko's work is based on the study of forms, shapes and lines in a spatial atmosphere. She works intuitively to express colorful abstract paintings. Her work is lyrical and elusive, inviting the viewer to delve into her inner world.
Humans have been drawing pictures even before learning to write. Drawing is the basis of all visual arts. Garcia's drawings are not pre-cursors to paintings but rather observations...a moment in time, captured at the height of the plant’s life, before it is gone.
Walther’s layered abstracts explore how we balance our connection to the digital world with our connection to our inner selves and to nature. Her work is intended to take us on contemplative journeys of sorts by highlighting these realms.
BRUCE SAMIA uses elements from his photography, influenced by nature and technology, that is manipulated, layered and edited, to create an inquiry into the nature of perception. His work attempts to redefine the thought process by creating imaginary visual landscapes, using Arabic and Asian influences, creating worlds in which the viewer can get lost.
Each stone has its own language and Mark works to understand that language. Some of the learning comes from listening to what each stone is saying. Each has a color, a shape, and a hidden beauty. While valuing that uniqueness, Mark strives to let his imagination fly free, in order to build upon nature’s creation: blending raw nature with understanding the language of this stone. And, so begins the conversation between stone and sculptor.
Kalmenson’s artistic focus arises from the pace of nature and human emotion. Her paintings reflect stillness as a form of action, and seek to create moments to pause and reflect. Each painting begins a journey, white on white, with layers of texture as a form of stillness...adding color and shadows to guide the painting to life.
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28861 Agoura Rd
Agoura Hills, CA 91301
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