Milt Kobayashi's Exhibition Digital Catalog

July 17, 2019

View Milt Kobayashi's 2019 works from his Solo Exhibition in online catalog form here. The artist reception will be at the gallery on July 19th from 5-7PM. 


Milt Kobayashi’s Solo Exhibition Reveals Japanese Influences

July 10, 2019

The vivid colors, juxtaposed patterns, flattened perspective and dominant figures that form Kobayashi’s style stem from his study of Japanese block print masters from the 16th and 17th century.


Daniel Gerhartz video

July 5, 2019

View this video of painter, Daniel Gerhartz composing the setting and witness development process of his painting, "Awakening", from his 2019 exhibition "Choosing Beauty".


Daniel Gerhartz' exhibition digital catalog

July 3, 2019

View Daniel Gerhartz' 2019 exhibition works from "Choosing Beauty" in online catalog form here. The artist reception will be at the gallery on July 5th from 5-7PM. 


Vachagan Narazyan's exhibition digital catalog

June 28, 2019

View Vachagan Narazyan's Exhibition works from "Mirage", in online digital catalog form here.


Vachagan Narazyan "Mirage", the video

June 28, 2019

View Vachagan Narazyan's video to learn about his influences and the content in the works included in his exhibition, "Mirage".


Daniel Gerhartz: Choosing Beauty

June 27, 2019 - Kelly Carper

"I always try to paint from the heart," Gerhartz says. "Every day I thank God for the opportunity to do this."  


Vachagan Narazyan: Mirage

June 11, 2019 - Kelly Carper

“I try to leave room for interpretation by the viewer, to give them the space to draw their own conclusions from the imagery and the setting,”


David Dornan: Resurrection

June 1, 2019 - Kelly Carper

“The subject isn’t as important to me as the pretense; the objects I paint are just excuses for people to get into the world I’m seeing, which is extremely abstract.”


En Train Air : A Painting Adventure on the Southwest Chief

May 7, 2019 - Clarke Condé of Alibi

The voyage itself began on Saturday, April 13 at Union Station in Chicago as six celebrated American representational outdoor painters boarded the Southwest Chief to begin the 2,265-mile journey. The plan was to make stops in La Junta, Trinidad, Raton, Las Vegas, Lamy and then do a show [in Santa Fe]. The traveling painters—Aimee Erikson, Charlie Hunter, Shelby Keefe, Larry Moore, Randell Sexton and Jason Sacran—would then continue on to Winslow to stay and paint at La Posada through Easter, then on to Los Angeles before finally ending their trip with a panel discussion about the trip at the eighth annual Plein Air Convention in the San Francisco Bay area.