a prolific illustrator and printmaker, especially focusing on mezzotint, who ventured through cubism, existentialism, surrealism, geometric abstraction, and found his niche in a personal and poetic realism.
a painter and calligraphic artist from the school of existential abstract expressionism, her work explores dualities and unifications between Eastern and Western methods of perception.
influenced by ancient southwestern cultures and archetypes worldwide, her paintings invite a space of cosmic spiritual meditation.
humanist and metaphysician, but most of all a brilliant colorist, a master of paintings that are decisively correct and spontaneous.
Webb's expressions search for principles of unity in otherwise centrifugal energies of the world. There is underlying drama in his work where the observer waits to see if unity of chaos will prevail.
Concentrating his career on the delicate rendering of florals and plantlife, his drawings lead to a garden of living forms and into the mysteries of organic life itself.
contemplative centers of focus combined with an abstract pointillist motif, suggest a timeless flow of elemental sense perceptions.
with a painting career spanning from before WWII to post-war modern artistic abstraction, her works are both emotional and pictorial.
a non-profit arts alliance providing voices to the legacies of under-represented artists.
Making art is a dialogue between artist and medium, and its period in time.
21 painters and sculptors who lived in Paris and exhibited at Galerie Huit, many of whom later had distinguished careers in the U.S. or Europe.