Diane Holland communicates tranquil and pure sensations to the spectator through her ravishing symmetrical compositions of charismatic geometric shapes created with a vibrant primary color palette and strong, spirited line.
There is a primordial aura to Ms. Holland’s organic shapes evocative of bold aboriginal designs like Native American totem poles or tribal African sculptures.
Ann Gores’ magnificent plein air landscapes demonstrate an unparalleled ability to capture the essence and spirit of the natural world. Her gorgeous depictions of pastoral vistas transport the viewer to idyllic locations through her vivid color palette and tantalizing texture.
Oil on Board
12” x 12”
Ann Gores is inspired by her many travels around the world, most notably a trip to Provence, France and Giverny to paint in Claude Monet’s garden which fulfilled a lifelong dream for the artist. Ms. Gores channels her Impressionist inspiration into her beautiful paintings of everyday life, stating, “For many years I painted still lifes and figures in…
Cora Cronemeyer’s acrylic on paper series chronicles the four seasons of nature, transforming the development of earth at each phase into timeless scenes during an intimate moment of sublime regeneration.
Elegantly combining Edgar Degas and Toulouse Lautrec inspired fin-de-siècle entertainment with surreal fantasy, Irina Kharchenko invites us on a visual odyssey where she creates a fantastical tableaux that mirrors the human soul.
Lucile Driskell’s monotype prints explore dimensions by layering and juxtaposing simple shapes and expressive colors, contrasting organic forms in order to create complex relationships between undulating shapes and spaces.
Ms. Driskell works in many mediums, including painting, painted relief and sculpture, and her current series shows her masterful skill in the technical print medium.
H.E. Ambassador Dr. Alton L. Amsterdam III of Amsterdam Whitney Gallery showcasing the art of “COLLECTORS’ CHOICE” artist Manuella Muerner Marioni who is also featured on the Front Cover of AMSTERDAM WHITNEY GALLERY’s ART CALENDAR 2014, as well as being highlighted on the MARCH Calendar Page. AMSTERDAM WHITNEY GALLERY Salutes the art of our March Calendar Artist – Manuella Muerner Marioni
“The Garden of your Soul”
Oil on Canvas
34” x 43”
Celebrating the essence of the human spirit, Mr. Terzian’s powerful semi-abstracted figurative paintings resonate with breathtaking beauty and awe-inspiring technique. Each painting has its own cadence, reflecting rhythmic tempos, some of which are syncopated and fast-paced while others are more measured and understated.…
Rafaela Cespedes Balongo expresses the inner depths of limitless emotions combining expressionism with symbolism, utilizing variegated brushwork to dynamically depict emblematic imagery imbued with imaginatively fulfilling subtexts about the surrounding world.
RAFAELA CESPEDES BALONGO
Oil on Canvas
29.1” x 36.6”
Committed to creativity and individuality, Ms. Cespedes Balongo abstracts psychological scenarios through her use of color, line and symbolic figuration, allowing one to experience the drama of her painted dreamscapes synaesthetically rather than visually comprehending her ability to represent the appearance of nature. Boldly…
Inspired by the forces of nature, Mr. Salado’s recent collection of paintings are moon-themed and illustrate the charisma of the moonlight on the changing seasons, or reflect the mesmerizing effects of the moon on the ocean’s rippling waves.
Only in dreams can one participate in such carefree freedom as a hummingbird’s journey gliding through the quite beauty of kaleidoscopically colored skies as seen in Mr.