"The ‘Populous’ series is about changing the perspective from which society views itself; from something ‘large’ to something ‘small’. Society views the human race with too much grandeur. In the grand scheme of things, we are just specs on a spec within a spec" - Craig Alan
Inspired by six weeks the artist spent in Cuba, Abrecht's Malecón Series concentrates on the balance between Havana and the Ocean. The esplanade, known as the Malecón, runs along the northern shore of Havana. The Malecón is lined by weathered buildings with peeling paint and crumbling facades. With few resources for upkeep, time and the elements have taken their toll.
Bob Dylan: Drawn Blank Series includes a collection of original paintings and limited editions on paper. Renaissance Fine Arts in Baltimore presents Bob Dylan: Drawn Blank Series January 17-February 1, 2014. Preview the collection now. For details, please contact the gallery.
"The overall philosophy is simple. There is life and death. There is a beginning and an end. My work reflects this profound simplicity. There are never more than one or two subjects to avoid unnecessary clutter and confusion. My paintings, whether on canvass or paper, are simple, direct and spiritual in nature. Do not try to read or interpret my paintings. You must feel them. Just listen to them and soon all the stories told to me will resound in you."
Marshall Noice’s work is like taking a journey into the heart and soul of the artist. He passionately loves western landscapes, and he conveys that love through vibrant colors that illuminate the canvas. Stop by the gallery to view new works by Marshall Noice!
John Brandon Sills works in a manner that derives its technical inspiration from the Old Masters and its stylistic appearance from Barbizon and Impressionist painting. Being a classically trained artist, John uses a mastery of drawing to infuse his work with a sense of spontaneity and life.
Kote’s painting origins in the Mediterranean have never truly left him; the warmth of the Grecian sunlight and the lush Mediterranean landscape are still infused in his works. Large, loose brushstrokes and gentle colors are characteristic of Kote’s welcoming seascapes and landscapes.
Following in the footsteps of his famous father, Gerald Coulson, Lawrence has enjoyed success of his work since becoming a professional artist in September 1997. Lawrence has developed his own style and paints in oil on panels, layering glaze upon glaze in the technique of the Old Masters. His paintings have been described as “traditional paintings in a contemporary matter.”