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Ramp Up With Color

December 1, 2011 in Art,Art Gallery,Artists,Color,Colorado,Fine Art,Hunter-Wolff Gallery,Paintings | Comments (0)

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Clearing, 18x24 John Sherman

Different styles of art draw us in for different reasons. John Sherman’s highly textured mixed medium paintings draw viewers in for a closer look at the texture and vibrant color. Having represented John for the past six years, I can assure you his many paintings sold through Hunter-Wolff Gallery were based on his vibrant RED color. For more than a decade he has produced “red trees” typically on a warm gold background.  But, then John had a “moment” this past fall near his home in the Rocky Mountains and it has unlocked a more colorful, multi-dimensional work of art.

 

Here are several new pieces for your comment.  We love the explosion of color and expressionistic style and hope you do too.

John Sherman’s original art is available for purchase at Hunter-Wolff Gallery.  Visit us for a closer look.

The Edge, 48x30 John Sherman

 

 

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March Brings Springtime Art

March 15, 2010 in Art,Artists | Comments (0)

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Springtime in Sangre de Cristo Mountains
Springtime in Sangre de Cristo Mountains by Laura Reilly

Isn’t March a funny month?

Here in the southern region of Colorado we enjoy flip-flops one day and snow the next.  It’s hard to complain when there are signs of spring everywhere.  Regardless of what it is doing outside, the art world keeps turning and churning.

Only the Two of Us by Janelle Cox

Only the Two of Us by Janelle Cox

This week we had several wonderful reminders of spring  in the gallery.  Laura Reilly delivered several bright and sunny landscapes and florals reinforcing that warm weather is just around the corner.  Jean Houghton dropped off three yummy 10×10 pastels and a 14×18 Yellow Roses (beautiful!) all making me eager to get in the garden (since it is snowing today, it may be a while yet). Janelle Cox is dreaming about spring and the brief showers we sometimes get this time of year.  I wonder where my umbrella is?

 

Yellow Roses by Jean Houghton

Yellow Roses by Jean Houghton

We have more coming in the next two weeks as we prep for ArtWalk on April 2.  The gallery seems to be in ‘full bloom” with new work and more is scheduled for delivery by John Sherman, Terry Lombardi and Kathryn McMahon.

If you love spring, you are going to love how spring found its way to the canvas.  What would you like to see in the gallery ?

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New Arrivals To Brighten Your Life

March 9, 2010 in Art,Artists | Comments (0)

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Can’t find an original piece of art that brightens up your space without emptying your wallet? Fine Art GlassIf you haven’t been able to come by for a visit recently, we want you to know that we can help. Some new, colorful small paintings just arrived in the gallery. And, yes, they are affordable.

Janelle Cox has been working her magical brushes (sold one of her new arrivals already before it even got hung) and Jean Houghton who is a wonderful pastel artists just finished several 10×10 luscious pieces. Don’t they just look yummy? Laura Reilly has several spring and fall landscapes that are perfect above a mantel and if you love red, check out John Sherman’s newest additions—thick with texture and rich with color.

Only the Two of Us, 16x10, email

Only the Two of Us by Cox

 

241Guacamole

Guacamole by Houghton

 

240Saute

Saute by Houghton

 

There’s nothing like seeing the artwork in person, so stop by when you can and we will answer your questions and be happy to have you take a piece home for a “test drive”.   We think you will be happy with our prices too–our artists have kept their work priced at the same level for the past two years.

Medievel Tree by Sherman

Medievel Tree by Sherman

 

When Days Were Bright & Beautiful

When Days Were Bright & Beautiful

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Americans With A Heart

November 13, 2009 in Art,Artists | Comments (0)

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No one likes to think about illness, especially the #1 killer in America. However, heart disease kills more than 870,000 Americans annually — men, women and children.  Maybe you know someone who suffers from heart disease or someone who was taken prematurely from your world because of cardiovascular disease.

Fighting this disease is a tough battle and takes immense dedication and the generosity of many. Every donation is important.

Tartan30x30To show their gratitude to their past supporters, the American Heart Association hosted an Exclusive Donor Appreciation Reception at Hunter-Wolff Gallery this week. It was a special evening. Although everyone enjoyed a beautiful evening mingling and making new friends, it was reassuring to know so many people are caring and committed to helping others.  Topping the evening off, artist John Sherman (Colorado Springs Neuroradiologist) generously offered one of his paintings as an incentive to boost donations during the evening.  To help with the fight, all proceeds will go directly to the American Heart Association—and perhaps go towards saving another life (maybe even yours).  Remember, by helping the American Heart Association, it’s possible to enjoy a healthier life free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke.  But their mission depends on volunteers and funding from thoughtful people like you and me.

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