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Ginny Fox


Untitled C2-30

Untitled C2-30

Acrylic on Wood Panels
22” x 20” x 2”
$2,200

Untitled C11-10

Untitled C11-10

Acrylic on Wood Panels
18” x 49” x 1”
$3,000

Untitled C13-1

Untitled C13-1

Acrylic on Wood Panels
16” x 38” x 2”
$3,000

Untitled C2-29

Untitled C2-29

Acrylic on Wood Panels
36” x 25” x 2”
$3,800

Untitled C14-10

Untitled C14-10

Acrylic on Wood Panels
30” x 82” x 2”
$4,200

 

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“My paintings are richly reductive, merging color, surface and light.  Through a repetitive process of adding and removing paint and linear markings, my intent is to achieve a unique evocation of both natural and fabricated surfaces as well as a visual discourse between micro and macrocosm.  The use of two or more panels within each painting provides a sense of connectedness and constant change.

Additionally, I have created these pieces with the intent of relating them to the architecture of the space they are in; they may be installed horizontally or vertically. In this way, they not only maintain their own intimate space, but become an integral part of the larger environment as well.

Be it a close up view of a precious stone, threads of a textile, or a distant view of the night sky or landscape, these works are intended to elicit a sense of wonder and mystery, with a deeper appreciation for the world around us, in all its temporal beauty.”

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Soviet Posters


 

Humpbacked Horse

Humpbacked Horse

Original Poster
$2,200

Red Army

Red Army

Original Poster
$2,200

Mikhail Botvinnik

Mikhail Botvinnik

Original Poster
$2,200

Berlin Wall

Berlin Wall

Original Poster
$2,200

Beat the Enemy

Beat the Enemy

Giclee Print
$525

 

 

Orna Ben-Shoshan


Spirit Fusion

Spirit Fusion

Giclee Print
16” x 21”
$525

Dessert Dance

Dessert Dance

Giclee Print
16” x 21”
$525

Sky Dance

Sky Dance

Giclee Print
16” x 21”
$525

Rhapsody

Rhapsody

Giclee Print
27.5” x 20”
$525

Women in Dessert

Women in Dessert

Giclee Print
16” x 25”
$525

 

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Having an Orna Ben-Shoshan painting on your wall is like having a window to another dimension. Her artwork involves opening her consciousness and channeling images that come to her from a different realm of existence.

All of her paintings are completed in her mind before she transfers them onto the canvas. Her metaphysical work infuses deep spiritual experience with subtle humor. Orna Ben-Shoshan has been an autodidact artist for the past 30 years.

Her artwork was exhibited in numerous locations in the USA, Europe and Israel. Her Major motivation as a visual artist is to share her visions with others to expand their consciousness and inspire new ways of thinking.

Orna’s life-long interest in metaphysics and mysticism has led her to study the Kabala and alternative philosophies. She shares her wide and diverse knowledge in articles and short essays that were published in magazines worldwide alongside her paintings.

 

Sergey Tsygal


Flamingo

Flamingo

Mixed Media on Paper
27” x 19”
$750

WOLFS

WOLFS

Mixed Media on Paper
18” x 27”
$750

 

Celebration devoted to anniversary of Russian champagne house Abrau-DursoThe rich décor of Tsygal’s etchings is combined with tender shades of colorful smooth layers.  Art Critics noticed Tsygal’s perfect graphic technique, strong composition and vibrant emotions.  He was called “The Great Animalist”.

Tsygal’s skills and professionalism have been accumulated over the years, after studying with master printers at the Stroganoff Art Academy in Moscow, Russia, resulted in gaining recognition from the European and Russian museums, as well as private collectors in the US, Great Britain, Japan, Mexico, Germany and Sweden.

“Sergei found his own world by rejecting big subjects, grandiose sizes and long trips. Since he was a boy, he liked to look at a leaf, a lizard, a picture of a long-necked spotted giraffe and to draw what he liked with a sharp needle on a zinc plate covered with lacquer.

Individual plates- small and large- are joined in a variety of ways to make a single print. Each print is a variation of plates and color. Each is beautiful in its own right, and the number of copies does not contradict their uniqueness.”

 

Vaho Muskheli


Study of Horse #1

Study of Horse #1

Charcoal on Paper
30” x 22”
$1,075

Study of Horse #2

Study of Horse #2

Charcoal on Paper
22” x 30”
$1,075

Study of Horse #3

Study of Horse #3

Charcoal on Paper
30” x 22”
$1,075

Study of Man #1

Study of Man #1

Charcoal on Paper
30” x 22”
$1,075

Study of Man #2

Study of Man #2

Charcoal on Paper
30” x 22”
$1,075

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“As a young artist I remember struggling to find my own vision, to develop my own signature in art.  It was not quick and easy.  I copied the old masters every night until three o’clock in the morning.  It was an incredible relationship – as if they lived with me in spirit and we were working together.  I was changing my style frequently, looking for my own vision to emerge, and eventually I found myself in figurative art where I could express my personality most fully.”

Vaho Muskheli combines classical styles in unexpected ways, resulting in a simultaneous sense of recognition and surprise.  Muskheli was trained in the tradition of socialist realism, and studied old masters in order to develop his own vision and style. The emotional intensity and mastery of the Muskheli’s works are comparable to ones by Michelangelo, Bosch, Bruegel and the great surrealists.

Vaho Muskheli acknowledges: “Michelangelo taught me how to draw, Rembrandt showed me color, and Bruegel taught me how to think.   And I found myself in the imaginary realism that fuses the expressiveness of figurative art and a sense of Georgia, her mountains, her waters and her history—all fantastically transformed”.

 

Stanislav Nikireev


The Dandelion Fluff

The Dandelion Fluff

Etching
13.25” x 11.25”
$945

Leaves Have Fallen

Leaves Have Fallen

Etching
13.25” x 11.5”
$945

Two Trees, Versions II

Two Trees, Versions II

Etching
13.25” x 11.5”
$945

Swallow

Swallow

Etching
3.5” x 3.875”
$400

Rome, St. Paul's Cathedral

Rome, St. Paul's Cathedral

Etching
9.75" x 8"
$620

Magpie

Magpie

Etching
3.5” x 3.875”
$620

 

StanislavNikireev-headshot“The laws of art cannot be listed on a piece of paper. You cannot guess the development of art from a theoretical formula since it constitutes the world as experienced by the artist throughout his life. The more curious the master is, the closer he is to life, nature, culture, traditions, and the more his work will be wonderfully unpredictable.”

“Stanislav Nikireev is one of the most remarkable masters of modern Russian fine arts. His graphic pictures represent wide and profound panoramic views of the terrestrial surface filled with life and dynamism. Impressive harmony of his compositions reflects in a way the harmony of the universe.

In these landscape works nature is a model, an object of artistic vision, and also a metaphor of a state of mind. Man is seldom figured in Nikireev’s etchings, though manifestations of his vital activity are always perceptive.”