Archive for October 3rd, 2012

California Guest

October 3, 2012 in Art,Art Gallery,Artists,Colorado,Hunter-Wolff Gallery,Jean Baczuk,Oils | Comments (0)

Eggs & Brass Pot

About every quarter or so Hunter-Wolff Gallery accepts a new guest artist to showcase for 3 months or so.  Last quarter, we exhibited work by Ashley Dull from Minnesota and beginning October 1, we are pleased to announce the new collection by Jean Baczuk.  Jean has been painting for years and her work is hard to pass up.  Because she is so good, we think less words need to be posted on our Blog and more pictures will tell the story.  We hope you enjoy these wonderful works of art and consider adding quality work to your own fine art collection.

American Teapot & Peace Rose & Daisies

Emily and Her Doll

 

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Bigger is Better

in Art,Art Gallery,Artists,Color,Colorado,mixed medium,Paintings,Red,trees | Comments (0)

Prophet, 60x48

After a three-month exhibit in Colorado Springs Airport, regional artist John Sherman’s remaining (unsold) paintings moved to Hunter-Wolff Gallery this week.  Large and larger-scale paintings in bold blocks of color adorn the walls for a big splash. John loves to paint on large canvas and we love hanging them for you to see. Fans of expressionistic/impressionistic art find John Sherman’s work intriguing, even irresistible.  It is hard to put one label on the style of his work.  It is highly stylized, textured with heavy paint and almost feels abstract within the subject matter. Even  his medium is hard to describe because he mixes and blends so many types of ingredients and hardly a traditional style of work.  He says, “I feel as though the red paint is my medium and within the layers of paint on the subject matter (which is typically red trees) you can see another art form that is abstract.”  Realism mixed with abstract?  Interesting how he is able to balance these two elements for his own style–a style not taught in school but one that comes from practice and passion, and is as unique as the painter.

We love styles that are outside the box, and we would love to hear about your unique style and the style you appreciate most.

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