Posted on December 9, 2019
A great collection of prints by renowned artists, published by Edition Staeck, Heidelberg, 1995. All prints are signed and numbered 4/35.
Available at The OMC Gallery. Find here all relevant information. Interested in buying? Please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on December 5, 2019
If you love paintings, which create space, you can dive in and get lost, paintings, which leave you room for imagination and meditation, paintings that explore the phenomena of light… then check out the work of Felix de Quesada, whose latest results are now available at The OMC Gallery.
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“His pictures originate in a structural and systematic exploration of methods of abstract painting. He succeeds in facilitating the interaction of colour, space and energy in a wide range of completely different types of pictures such as the “Interference Paintings”, the “Refraction Paintings” ,the “Wave Paintings” or the “Hybrid Paintings”.
Michael Burges, “Hybrid Painting, 1997
Oil on wood
51.18 x 39.37 x 2.76 in
Price on request
Posted on July 22, 2018
Just visited an exhibition, titled “Blood & Soil”, presenting new works by internationally renowned Los Angeles-based artist Cleon Peterson at the Over The Influence Gallery, on 833 East 3rd Street. WOW – What a thought provoking and engaging exhibition that is! A Must See!
“A fearless artist, Peterson, in this new body of work intends to reconcile our violent history with present day violence prevalent across the country… A celebrated painter of the distressing anxiety and sinister violence in contemporary society, Peterson’s bold black, white, and arresting bright red palette ominously complements the savage cruelty he portrays. Harkening the ghosts of past evil, Peterson’s works recall the horror in Goya’s ‘The Third of May 1808’. The resulting paintings are brutal in their depictions of violence which also bring contemporary atrocities to mind… With his skillful, strange, and unforgettable large figurative tableaux, Peterson forcefully translates the consciousness of carnage and chaos, issuing a powerful indictment against universal violence, past and present. His nightmarish vignettes demand examination; in his works, violence is a nightmare from which we have not awakened.” (- Over The Influence Gallery)
Still on view until August 5.