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STREAM RUNNING THROUGH BARRENS. SUNSET.Ruslan Khais 36H X 48W
Large abstract landscape. Bright and vivid, almost “Cool Aid “colors show a Pop Art influence. Heavy impasto builds with brushes and pallet-knifes. Inspired by Pre-Appalachian wood groves and forests.
Using oil over acrylic technique allow achieving the brightness of colors and richness of texture. The master-quality material has been used. Signed on the back. Edges of the painting are covered with archival white linen tape. No need for framing. It is ready to hang. A Certificate of Authenticity is included.
Le MerMark Acetelli 55H X 80W
This work is part of a new collection of paintings combining abstract expressionism and landscapes together to create a unique and intensely personal journey of exploration and thought.
TimingCristobal Valecillos 48H X 72W
"My art form involves an innovative concept of using raw cardboard and paper, born out of a desire to create art without generating waste. This led to my inspiration to use everyday materials that are around us and craft something beautiful with them. I had a vision and invited a group of artists to collaborate with me and put together this photo shoot. I gave these elements a second chance to come alive and be a part of this unusual exhibition. The elements I used include paper and boxes in a variety of shapes, from large pizza boxes to cereal boxes and shopping bags. I gave all these materials to my talented team and together we handcrafted what I used in front of the lens. The combination of smooth and rough textures gives the final pieces depth and character."
Yellow Salt Pond - FramedColin McRae 40H X 60W
The images represented here were taken from helicopters flying at altitudes of 500 to 5000 feet over the fringes of the San Francisco Bay and its tributaries. Most depict areas from the southern tip of San Francisco Bay to South San Francisco on the western side and to Alameda on the eastern side. The remaining photographs come from other areas as far north as Suisun Bay. My interest in these tidal areas developed quite by chance while flying on commercial assignments over much of California. Some of my pilots fly out of the Oakland, Hayward, and San Carlos airports, and our flight plan invariably takes me over some part of the bay I quickly found that I was fascinated by the coloration, shapes, and reflections that combined with each other where the waters of the bay gave way to land. I was viewing scenes created by tidal ebb and flow, the intrusion of commercial interests, and nature’s constant readjustments to these forces. The results were beautiful, unusual, and sometimes disturbing abstract images. San Francisco Bay is a massive water collection and discharge system pumping billions of gallons of water daily using its tides and tributaries as engines. The edges and corners of the bay exhibit the most visible changes on the ground with the south end of the Bay being the most pronounced. These areas are like the edges of a sink that are left with residue after it has drained. From the air the evidence of this activity is even more dramatic. Currents can be seen creating channels of water rushing in different directions running side by side, the incoming one color, the outgoing another. As the water recedes, streams, rivulets, mud, rock, scars, and debris become visible along the shoreline with unusual light reflections and color changes. Color in the salt pond areas of the south end of the bay can become particularly intense.