Some needed visual relief from the textural brick wall is provided by these three large, contemporary works of art. The wide, white “stripe” of wall space behind the art adds to this breath of fresh air feeling.
What could possibly be more serene and peaceful than this Philbeck painting? A tiny fawn, dwarfed by the towering trees above him, pauses near a still pool in the forest. A patch of sunlight illuminates him for just a few seconds, and you, the viewer, are there to enjoy it. The only sounds are the cascading water and a bird call from somewhere close by. There is nowhere you’d rather be than right here at the Altar in the Forest
Here’s a fantastically unique take on a spoon/kitchen utensil display. Instead of placing these items in symmetrical rows, consider arranging them in an alternate shape, be it an oval (as pictured), a circle, diamond,…etc.
When framed in a lovely Larson-Juhl custom frame moulding these funky shapes will appear as art themselves, from afar, as people approach the custom framed piece, they’ll have a whole new appreciation for what actually makes up the shape. Brilliant! Visit us soon and learn how you can make this fun look happen in your own home.
The town of Nantucket is the finest architectural and environmental example of a late 18th and early 19th-century New England seaport town still in existence. The island and its inhabitants were the dominate players in the growth of America’s whaling industry. Herman Melville wrote,” Two thirds of this globe are the Nantucketer’s. For the sea is his; he owns it, as Emperors own empires.” His character, Captain Ahab, was an islander.
The name is said to mean either “in the midst of waters,” or “far away island.” Don Demers Nantucket Twilight Fine Art Limited Edition Canvas captures all the mysticism and romance of this legendary offshore port. This work of art shows the harbor at its most alluring time: during the golden hour at the day’s end as the sun falls below the distant horizon and the final warm rays of light are cast across the landscape.
Sizing & Pricing:
Fine Art Giclée Canvas:
limited to 50 s/n.
27″w x 15″h. $450
“Arendelle in Winter” shows a fjord locked in the grip of eternal ice. This image, hand painted by #Disney artist and Production Designer David Womersley, is based on the first of two conceptual pieces he created, depicting the fabled realm of #Arendelle – a mythical Nordic Kingdom and the setting of the Disney animated feature, “#Frozen” Now available from Disney Fine Art by Collectors Editions in a Hand-Embellished Edition of 195
Giclée on Hand-Textured Canvas
Size: 18″ x 36″
Limited Edition of 195
Includes Certificate of Authenticity
Featuring: Arendelle (Frozen)
Size: 18 x 36
Limited Edition Canvas 595.00
Master Artist George Mamos, Esq.
Original 2014 24″x20″ oil on linen $15,500
LIMITED EDITION GRAPHICS
Artist HAND: signed, numbered & embellished (over-painted)
limited edition, stretched archival giclee on artist-grade canvas.
— 350 signed & numbered 30″ x 40″ – $1,600 —
–350 signed & numbered 20″ x 24″ – $750 –
-900 signed & numbered 11″ x 14″ – $250 -
—35 Artist’s proofs 30″ x 40″ – $2,000
–35 Artist’s proofs 20″ x 24″ -$990
-90 Artist’s proofs 11″x14″ $350
All the Very Best of Health and Happiness in 2015 from your Friends Sunflower Fine Art Galleries, Mirrors and Picture Framing.
Sunflower Fine Art
“The Good Life”
2007 orig 30″x40″ oil on linen Sold
by Master Long Island Photorealist Painter Joseph Michetti
‘Keeping it Real’
Available as limited edition giclee on canvas $250
by Ben Steele
What do Pop Art, Vincent Van Gogh, Edward Hopper, Rembrandt, neon gas and Helper, Utah have in common?
Artist Ben Steele. Starry Night Hotel embraces them all and expresses his belief that great art and the great artists are more accessible today than ever before. Thanks to our online society, the greater the image, the broader the awareness of it has become. If Pop Art lionized the irony of our commodity driven lifestyle and celebrated the imagery of mass culture. Steele creates paintings that are affirmations of “culture” being popular with the masses.
“The big picture is right here, right before your eyes,” Steele explains. “I’m not trying to hide anything or be heady about it. Art that looks down at you because you can’t understand what it is about is no fun. I’m putting layers in so people can have fun and enjoy the process of discovering them. I would love it if a collector purchased Starry Night Hotel because they were taken with the image and was to only to realize later (spoiler alert!) that ‘ear-ily low prices’ was a reference to Van Gogh cutting off his ear.”
Big picture also describes the scale of Steele’s images. At first glance his sprawling canvases pay homage to his unique mix of Americana and the masters of past and present, but soon the subtleties of his use of light (in this case neon, lamplight and sunset) become apparent. “My process is similar to Rembrandt’s because I build the effect with layers of glazing,” he explains. “I can only imagine how much fun Rembrandt would have had painting neon lights!”
Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée Print:
limited to 250 s/n. 22″w x 20″h. $160
Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée Canvas:
limited to 50 s/n. 29″w x 26″h. $495
(Gallery Wrap Available for an additional $30.)
Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée Canvas:
limited to 25 s/n. 43″w x 39″h (unstretched). $950