Please enjoy an itemized catalog of the works on display in our current exhibitions:


Bill Sherwood "Skid Row Conversations"


 &


"Harmony"


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Bill Sherwood, "Skid Row Conversations" Acrylic Mixed Media on Plexiglass, (60" x 60"). SOLD.

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"Skid Row whose borders do not differentiate nor discriminate, defined within streets and by names of those who habitate influenced by social inheritance- shape the future of nobody unless we create awareness." - Bill Sherwood 

Bill Sherwood, "4.324 SQ MI2",  Acrylic Mixed Media on Plexiglass, (60" x 48").

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Bill Sherwood, "Herban Garden", Acrylic Mixed Media on Plexiglass, (50" x 50").

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Bill Sherwood,"Weeping Woman", Acrylic Mixed Media on Plexiglass, (36" x 30").

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Bill Sherwood, "In Color" Acrylic Mixed Media on Plexiglass, (48" x 48").

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Bill Sherwood, "White Noise" Acrylic Mixed Media on Plexiglass, (48" x 48").

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Bill Sherwood,"From Thirty Thousand Feet", Acrylic Mixed Media on Plexiglass, (36" x 30").

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Bill Sherwood,"Bullet Dancer", Acrylic Mixed Media on Plexiglass, (48" x 36").

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Bill Sherwood, "Crying Man" Acrylic Mixed Media on Plexiglass, (48" x 48").

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Bill Sherwood,"Jumping Joy", Acrylic Mixed Media on Plexiglass, (48" x 36").

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Mardi De Veuve Alexis, “Cycle of Life”, Acrylic, Mixed Media and Collage on Canvas, (55" x 65”)
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"I allow myself the freedom to express without judgment or boundaries. Drawings, layered patterns, shapes, colors and textures are merged, transformed and energized with paint, stained papers or newsprint, mylar and other materials.” - Mardi De Veuve Alexis

Susanne Belcher, “Whizzing By I”. Edition #1 of 3. Digital Photo-collage. (38” x 46”) Framed.

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“Take a deep breath! Let your mind quiet! Imagine that you have taken a journey through time and emerged into the embrace of a Summer’s Breeze that evaporates every anxious thought that came before.“ - Susanne Belcher

Susanne Belcher, "Whispers of a Summer Breeze in DTLA". Edition #1 of 3. Digital Photo-collage. (38” x 46”) Framed.

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 Maureen Haldeman, “Small Matters I” (1/15) , Archival Pigment Print on Cotton Rag Paper. (22” x 22”)Framed.

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"The images in 'Small Matters' represent my personal view of our natural environment, much of which, piece by piece, is being decimated by 'progress.' The series is comprised of diptychs, triptychs and quadtychs to enhance the visual narrative, but each intimate view is also meant to stand on its own" - Maureen Haldeman

Maureen Haldeman, “Small Matters II” (1/15) , Archival Pigment Print on Cotton Rag Paper. (22” x 22”)Framed.

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Sylvia Hamilton Goulden, "Dancing with Whimsey C", Ink on Paper & Canvas, (12" x 12").

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"My art continues to be an exploration of movement made visual. This small work series, "Dancing with Whimsey", uses dancing lines and gestures creating a short statement of emotional expression and perhaps evoke curiosity, delight, sensation, or an attitude.”~ Sylvia Hamilton Goulden

Sylvia Hamilton Goulden, "Dancing with Whimsey B", Ink on Paper & Canvas, (12" x 12").

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Sylvia Hamilton Goulden, "Dancing with Whimsey D", Ink on Paper & Canvas, (12" x 12").

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Sylvia Hamilton Goulden, "Dancing with Whimsey A", Ink on Paper & Canvas, (12" x 12").

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Kathe Madrigal, "Torso", Oil on Canvas, (30" x 24")

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“Abstract painting, for me, is painting forms, which don’t have intrinsic meaning. Their meanings are interwoven, where new semantic meanings arise and decoded by the individual viewer.” -  Kathe Madrigal 


Kathe Madrigal

"Love Letters", Oil on Canvas, (30" x 24" x 1.75").

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Kathe Madrigal

"Blue Fish", Oil on Canvas, (40" x 30" x 2").

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Kathe Madrigal

"Alphabet (Summer Rush)", Oil on Canvas, (72" x 58" x 2").

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Crystal Michaelson "Color Dance #2", Mixed Media on Canvas, (48" x 48").

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"I often recycle my own artwork, incorporating bits of paintings and drawings ...and using the energy they once possessed , in a new fresh way. Memorabilia, special personal items, old paint brushes, a favorite line from a poem or song lyric, found objects...  resulting in artwork that is visceral, structural, immediate, raw, spontaneous, chaotic, meditative, colorful scribble, monochromatic serenity, simple elegance." - Crystal Michaelson




Crystal Michaelson "Blue Persuasion #7", Mixed Media on Canvas, (24" x 24").

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Crystal Michaelson "Blue Persuasion #8", Mixed Media on Canvas, (24" x 24").

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Crystal Michaelson "Blue Persuasion #9", Mixed Media on Canvas, (24" x 24").

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Crystal Michaelson "Blue Persuasion #11", Mixed Media on Canvas, (24" x 24"). 

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Melissa Meier, "Feathers II". Skins series - Construction made with Feathers. Archival Pigment Print with Plexi. (35" x 70"). Edition #1 of 12.

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My wearable constructions blend female empowerment with self-created mythology developed around the idea of ancient cultures of female warriors, exemplifying strength, beauty, and unity of life lived in harmony with the elements.” -  Melissa Meier 

Richard Reiner, "Putting out the Fire", Oil on Canvas, (48" x 60").

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"To be creative, one must have the freedom from self bondage." - Richard Reiner

Daniela Schweitzer,“The Moment”, Oil & Acrylic on Canvas, (30” x 30”).

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"My figurative abstractions reflect the appreciation for human existence and the internal feelings of the people around me. The gestural part of my art resides more in the core of emotions and feelings toward the subject.” - Daniela Schweitzer

Daniela Schweitzer, “Afterglow”, Oil & Acrylic on Canvas, (48” 60”).

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Dane Smith, "Dream of Life", Oil on Canvas, (48" x 36").

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"Art has the power to stop time and revert you back to an almost childlike sense of wonder and amazement. I am bewildered at the way color and texture can bounce and collide creating an explosion of different emotions and feelings." - Dane Smith

Stephen Schubert , “Unity by Design” (60” x 48”), Acrylic / Resin on Wood Panel.

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“I am captivated by themes of transitions and transformations. My abstracts are created on elevated birch panels with a technique that includes placing up to 15 layers of paint. My approach includes multiple passes of dragging a spackle knife, board or other found objects over the wood surface, then applying a topcoat of resin. It is a labor intensive process that results in a phenomenal vibrancy, great depth of color and surprising imagery.” - Stephen Schubert

Stephen Schubert, “Blue Fire” (48” x 96”), Acrylic on Wood Panel.

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Sali Swalla, "Illusions" (24" x 24" x 1”), Oil / Mixed Media on Wood Panel.

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"My process mirrors the effects of life experiences on an individual as they grow and evolve. Often early events and what lies beneath are not in view, yet essential to the individual’s identity. If one looks closely enough, traces of these earlier marks are discovered to bring about a wholeness. Such is the journey of the soul and the journey of the artwork. " - Sali Swalla

Sali Swalla, “Each New Day” (18" x 18" x 1.5”). Oil / Mixed Media / Cold Wax on Wood Panel.

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Sali Swalla, “Tightrope” (18" x 18" x 1.5”). Oil / Mixed Media on Wood Panel.

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Susanne Belcher, "Rural Once I: The Visitor”,  Architectural Transparency Collage on Canvas, (33” x 18”).

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“Nature captured by development becomes one to the observer. Combining transparent architectural images with lofty views and fragments of the natural world that came before encapsulate my intention of urban once.” Susanne Belcher


Susanne Belcher, "Rural Once II:  Lofty View”, Architectural Transparency Collage on Canvas, (40” x 25”).

*** Winner - Ruth Probst Kain Memorial Award

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Susanne Belcher, "Rural Once III: The Tree”, Architectural Transparency Collage on Canvas, (33” x 18”).

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Crystal Michaelson "Coloring Outside The Lines Again #5"(2017), Mixed Media on Canvas, (12.5" x 12.5").

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These smaller framed works were explorations while working on paper, and the sheer freedom that brought me to play and try new things, without feeling like the work was too precious, after all, it was just some paper!” – Crystal Michaelson

Crystal Michaelson "Harmony II"(2013), Mixed Media on Canvas, (14.5" x 11.5").

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Crystal Michaelson "Lost In Translation #68"(2015), Mixed Media on Canvas, (14.5" x 11.5").

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Crystal Michaelson "Lost In Translation #67"(2015), Mixed Media on Canvas, (14.5" x 11.5").

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Sylvia Hamilton Goulden, "Dancing around the Subject #4", Ink on Paper & Canvas, (12" x 12").

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This small work series, "Dancing around the Subject", uses dancing lines and gestures creating a short statement of emotional expression and perhaps evoke curiosity, delight, sensation, or an attitude.”~ Sylvia Hamilton Goulden

Sylvia Hamilton Goulden, "Dancing around the Subject #3", Ink on Paper & Canvas, (12" x 12").

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Sylvia Hamilton Goulden, "Dancing around the Subject #2", Ink on Paper & Canvas, (12" x 12").

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Sylvia Hamilton Goulden, "Dancing around the Subject #5", Ink on Paper & Canvas, (12" x 12").

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SOLD. Sylvia Hamilton Goulden, "Dancing around the Subject #1", Ink on Paper & Canvas, (12" x 12").

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Sylvia Hamilton Goulden, "Dancing around the Subject #6", Ink on Paper & Canvas, (12" x 12").

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