These are two exquisite horses recently brought in by Scott Lindner. Scott’s unique process involves controlled streams of pigment in thick layers of resin resulting in amazing works that capture movement and emotion. To buy prints, originals, or request a custom commissions contact Scott through his website.
His work is also being sold through Fine Art America.
Artist and horse enthusiast Shelly Hackett is having a show with fellow painter Marianna Tuchscherer at Jones Coffee Roasters in Pasadena. Art and Sensibility will have its opening reception this Saturday October 4th from 7-9pm.
Fun and vibrant work by artist and musician JD Shultz.
Bill Stout’s Nosferatu in full color.
Alfred Hitchcock on the set of “Dial ‘M’ For Murder”. A photograph from David Janzow’s 3D film memorabilia collection.
Liz Reday has recently been bringing in some of her new abstract works which I love. She still has that recognizable use of bold color but it is taking new forms. I’ve always enjoyed seeing what artists do when they decide to approach the canvas in new ways. With Reday’s work there are parts of her familiar aesthetic that stick around while others morph into the unexpected.
Liz Reday at Fremont Gallery
Bob Dob’s Mouskateers, Maygan, Mac, and Marek.
“I love to create worlds where the dark side of human nature is present. Life isn’t always good times. While in our youth we experience many things we would rather forget but this is what defines us. That’s why my characters have an adolescent quality to them. I’ve been very fortunate in experiencing and hearing many great stories in my life which now find there way into my paintings.”
Couldn’t wait to post this amazing board by William Stout.