“All in the Family”, the appropriate title for this show, includes a different cast of characters than Archie Bunker’s family. However, there is some “tongue in cheek” humor evident in the paintings by Grace Henson or “Mom” in this family. Her daughters, Sarah and Amy can’t resist (more…)
Don Ajello’s work embodies whimsy, fantasy, and surreal symbols. He feels equally satisfied by working in a range of materials, bronze, wood or ceramics. He chooses to create both functional and non-functional sculptures. As a Vietnam Veteran, Mr. Ajello was strongly (more…)
Scenes including gentlemen and ladies who appreciate the fine art of dressage and other equestrian events are the subject of “THOROUGHBRED”, a theme that has captured Gabriel Lipper‘s attention for the past few years culminating in a very successful show at the Rymer Gallery in Nashville, Tenn. in 2012. Inspired by a regional and west coast interest in Equestrian activity, he has created (more…)
Jon Jay Cruson’s remarkable career makes his work highly collectable not only nationally but internationally as well. He has works in the Victoria and Albert Museum in London England and in private collections from Italy to Japan. He is represented in many corporate collections within (more…)
Several have sold from the latest collection of sculpture by John and Robin Gumaelius and there are many more amazing pieces to view on their page.
John and Robin Gumaelius combine ceramic, wood and metal to create sculpture that is inspired by their natural environment. They commune with their surroundings – speaking to birds is commonplace. Stories emerge and … “Together, we make something better than either of us could make apart“.
Michael Tilton Williams celebrates the human form by mixing everyday sights such as graffiti, flowers, leaves, clouds and etc. encouraging us to look with softer eyes at the world and people around us.
Bob Bosworth, master watercolorist and renowned architect has made the Rogue Valley home base throughout his illustrious career. He has designed numerous private estates, unique buildings and received national acclaim for the “Oregon Pavilion” at the world’s fair in Seattle 1962. He is currently focused on painting.