2015 Exhibitions

The Magic Behind the Image

December 6, 2014 - February 21, 2015 LEW LAUTIN Lew Lautin is an award winning artist, photographer and videographer whose work cannot be restricted to a single theme or style. Following a successful career in real estate building and development, he dedicated a decade to sensitive environmental issues. Before embarking on his career as a photographer and film maker, he [...]

Art of John Bowen

September 12 - November 21, 2015 JOHN BOWEN Realistic expressionism is how John Bowen describes his work. Capturing a mood, striving to tell a story, intrigued by history, landscapes and themes, these are the inspirations that create his art. Emphasizing the play on light and shadow as seen in nature. Describing textures of time written in historic places. Capturing a [...]

Art of Melinda Trucks

September 12 - November 21, 2015 MELINDA TRUCKS Melinda Trucks learns through seeing. Her painting is an attempt to sort through and make sense of her perceptions in her primary language: color and contrast. Therefore, Melinda’s artwork is an intensely personal effort to understand the world. It presents itself to her in an array of light and shadow. Highly saturated, [...]

Renzo

September 12 - November 21, 2015 RENZO As the father of “Lucid Realism”, an artistic style that draws heavily on Renzo’s experiences with the indigenous cultures of Australia, Costa Rica, and Mexico as it expresses the commonality of the human experience through symbolic, abstract, and figurative expressionism, he encourages the viewer to perceive the cohesion between the waking and dreaming [...]

Art of Daniel Itzler

DECEMBER 5, 2015 - February 27, 2016 DANIEL ITZLER At 80 years old, Daniel Itzler walked into a gallery in Italy and witnessed a Joan Miro up close for the first time. It was his “aha” moment. Despite never picking up a paint brush, he was so inspired by the beautiful art, that upon his return home he began experimenting [...]

Art of Tom De Vita

DECEMBER 5 - DECEMBER 24, 2015 TOM DE VITA Tom De Vita’s work is about finding a harmony in dissonance. He wants to force multiple “reads” of images and figures, while exploring the deconstruction of their meanings. It is his pursuit to create paintings that appear disjointed and out of context, by juxtaposing overlays of animals and figures to express [...]

An Assemblage of Spirits

December 5, 2015 – February 27, 2016 SANDRA MUSS An Assemblage of Spirits features thirty-five of Sandra Muss’ assemblage compositions which celebrate the great traditions of post-Abstract Expressionism and traditional collage, particularly with a nod to the early Pop artists of the 1960s, who were exploring a transition from symbols, recognizable imagery, narrative abstraction and images of popular culture to [...]