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Modesto, CA - Artist Jim Christiansen's Jazz Squared oil painting is the back ground image for Jamie Dubberly and Orquesta Dharma's soon to be released CD, "La Clave Del Gumbo. Dubberly owns a number of Christiansen's Jazz Series, the original 12 done on 16 x 20 canvas as a return to oil painting, using various jazz themes, instruments, motifs. The 13th image, inspired by Jazz in the Studio, Dubberly's first interest for the cd cover, is Jazz Squared, a 20 inch by 20 inch painting Christiansen proposed using, as CD covers are squared. This is Orquesta Dharma's second album, the first being Road Warrior, that received outstanding reviews for Latin Jazz recording Jamie Dubberly is also an original member of Pacific Mambo Orchestra which won its first grammy nomination and Grammy Award for its only album, named Pacific Mambo Orchestra, in the Latin Jazz category in 2014.
Jim Christiansen is an award winning artist in watercolors, chess cartoonist, and painter in Modesto, California. ...
Rupert, ID - New/updated work now available to be seen on the page of Jo Nathon (J.N.R) Dutton.
After reevaluation and update of image sizes, the current incarnation of the posts is better, not just for viewers, but for interested buyers as well.
Modesto, CA - Jim Christiansen show at The Wedding Loft during the April 17 Downtown Modesto Third Thursday Art Walk at the Wedding Loft held over to May 14, in the upstairs gallery. Christiansen is an award winning artist, and the show features his remaining Jazz series oils, and watercolors from shows at Mezzo in Stockton, Tresetti's in Modesto, one of his CCAA 2008 Spring Show winners, and recent works. Showing with Liquor Lights artist Vincent Sandoval III, at The Wedding Loft, 1321 J Street, Modesto, CA 95354. Viewing the art is Free.
The Wedding Loft is an upscale Wedding Resource Center where brides or anyone planning a special event can "shop" for all of their wedding professionals. Newly opened, it is a comfortable place to shop for wedding services. April 17, The Wedding Loft hosted its first artist to try out the gallery space display areas. Jim Christiansen is that artist, and has been held over for a month. Jim has 45 pieces in the show, sales already made. Show includes...
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Waynesville, NC - Nine photos by Paula Tohline Calhoun will be exhibited at The Mahagony House Art Gallery in Waynesville, North Carolina for three months beginning in May. The theme of the exhibit, which includes a number of other local artists, is "Birds, Blossoms, Bees, and Butterflies." The framed prints will be offered for sale, as well as unframed prints of other photos by Mrs. Tohline-Calhoun. The public is invited to enjoy all the beautiful works of art on display at The Mahagony House.
Portland, OR - There is still time to see the powerful series of boat painting by Oregon artist, Kristine Gottsch on display at Crema Bakery & Cafť now through April 30, 2014. Stop in for an espresso at Crema Bakery & Cafť at 2728 SE Ankeny Street, Portland, Oregon 97214 anytime from 7:00am to 6:00pm to enjoy these original works of art.
Kristine Gottsch has a total of 55 paintings hanging in Portland shops through the end of April.
You can find her current works and genre's at these locations:
Tea Chai Te located at 7983 SE 13th Avenue, Portland, Oregon 97202 from 9:00am to 9:00pm daily - original paintings of ocean waves and surf boards.
Blue Kangaroo Coffee located at 7901 SE 13th Avenue, Portland, Oregon 97202 from 7:00am to 6:00pm daily - original paintings of "Pool People" (characters from the local swimming pool in fun swim attire).
Her works are available for sale and vary in size and price. All paintings are acrylic on canvas.
Cleveland, OH - Ray Tapajna recently sold his Healing Flowers For You as 15x20 Metal Art. The image on Metal Art impacts viewers in more way.
Metal Art brings the image to life with stylish lines and added depth of a metal print. Images are printed directly onto a sheet of 1/16" thick aluminum which is a "forever new" lasting material. Metal print art are extremely durable. They are lightweight. They won't bend and they are water resistant.
Note especially, the high gloss of the aluminum sheet complements the rich colors of any image to produce stunning results. Ray Tapajna creates many of his Flowers that Last Forever in bold colors for this reason. His Art that Heals based on color therapy principles is the same. And his unique sports art collectibles designs fits the process too. Ray also creates many of his art renditions for waiting rooms, restaurants or for places where people stay for a time. He trusts his Art that Heals and Flowers For You, refresh all who view his art this...
Ridgefield, CT - From Paintings in Proust
Suzanne Benton, 2014
ďI still look at and learn from the art of the past, and enjoy making interpretations of works which I admire.Ē Henry Moore
Marcel Proustís narration in ņ la rechercheť du temps perdu, merges past and present. By recasting images from the artworks heís referenced throughout his novel into my own artworks, Iím placing the past in a contemporary framework that enlivens both spheres. The focus I bring to my art has commonalities with Proustís as I too weave streams of consciousness and veins of symbolism into my work.
Proustís chosen paintings (over 200) broadened his expressive voice. Re-examining his choices and carrying them into my art has been a invigorating process strengthening my own creative power. Perhaps the artworks Iíve done as a result will inspire others to make their own journeys through Proustís eyes. No one, to my knowledge has done an interpretation by way of new and original art of artworks...