Ms. Jabre finds inspiration for her colorful paintings while asleep, stating, “My greatest source of inspiration is through my dreams.
Ron EA Powell’s parents were farmers in Jamaica, deeply connected with the regenerative cycles of life. He was given his four-letter initials “REAP” as a reminder to “reap what you sow.” Mr.
Gershon Kelman imbues his breathtaking Digital Photography with a sense of emotion that transcends the picture plane, enveloping the viewer in the majesty of his innovatively compelling photography.
Passionately inspired by the Italian Renaissance and particularly the work of Leonardo and Botticelli, Ms. Susan Obrant’s creative spirit is fueled by history and her luminous epic tableaux are infused with power and triumph, focusing on the visual complexity of her scenes, with emphasis placed on the perfection of the moment.
Mixed Media on Wood and Canvas
43.3” x 19.7” x 2.4”
European surrealism and Caribbean mysticism combine in his expressive abstract figurative artworks. Motivated by his homeland, the French Caribbean island of Guadeloupe, Thierry Fazian utilizes the art historical technique “assemblage” heralded by Modern Masters including Marcel Duchamp and Robert Rauschenberg by…
The billowing form of sprawling landscapes and the turbulent forces underlying nature inspire John Peters’s expressionist paintings.
Josefina Temin creates breathtaking sculptures transforming paper and wood into organic anthropomorphic forms. In honor of nature’s power, her brilliantly abstract forms manifest life in the natural world, where color, movement and texture unfold in a crystallized echo.
“After Last Night”
Acrylic on Wood
36” x 28”
Lyrically colored curvilinear forms bring to life the artist’s love affair with the female form where luminescent figures metamorphose into glowing visions of feminine natural beauty. Cecilia Valadez creates visceral scenarios through her use of line and symbolic figuration; color and line play equal roles, fluidly combining into…
David Culp’s interpretations of city-inspired scenes are calm and serene because his compositions are devoid of human intervention, allowing viewers to focus on the linear simplicity of the city planning.
Alice “Daena” Hickey’s oeuvre rediscovers the enchanting bounties of nature, painting luscious scenes of idyllic landscapes overwhelmed by the glorious presence of flowers in bloom.