Monday, May 30, 2011

Mark Beltchenko

I am pleased to add the unique sculpture of Mark Beltchenko. Mark has created commissioned works for churches, corporations, casinos, libraries and municipalities in addition to producing his own bodies of work. He has participated in visiting artist programs and workshops.

His 2 works in the gallery combine the natural forms of carved limestone and steel implants. The smooth, almost pillowy, carved limestone is supported or almost cradled by steel structures that seem threatening and yet provocative.

Mark Beltchenko

Friday, May 20, 2011

Rob Day: New Landscapes

Rob Day: New Landscapes: "  Short video about my studio and landscape painting process"

Take a look at how Rob Day approaches painting and the motivation behind his subject matter. Click on: Rob Day: New Landscapes

Thursday, May 12, 2011

Rob Day

The Rob Day exhibit opens Saturday night as a part of the eight gallery, Second Saturday Gallery Walk in Carmel. Opening reception is 5-10pm. This is one wall of Rob's works on display.

Friday, May 6, 2011

Rob Day

Another work shown in frame that will be on display for Rob Day: New Paintings. Opening reception will be May 14, 5-10 pm.

Thursday, May 5, 2011

TSUGA Studio Glass

I just received the beautiful hand blown bowls from TSUGA Glass Studios in Vermont. Stunning works in beautiful color choices. Perfect gift choice. The selection here are 14" in diameter.

Rob Day

Near the Clearing

This was one of the paintings that was accepted into the 2010 Hoosier Salon. And, one of the works featured in Rob Day: New Landscapes opening May 14 at the gallery.

Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Rob Day

Rob has done a series of small works for the May Gallery Walk. This painting is one from that series of 7"x12".

Monday, May 2, 2011

May Ad

May Gallery Ad. Eye On Art will feature Rob Day. Opening on Saturday, May 14, 5-10pm.

Rob Day

Opening Reception is Saturday, May 14, 5-10pm.

Rob Day continues his development as a painter with an exhibit of new works at Eye On Art Gallery in Carmel. His exceptional paintings display his highly developed style of painting in the Tonalist tradition. Tonalism is rooted in the French Barbizon movement, which emphasized atmosphere and shadow. The Tonalist style is distinguished by the use of middle values of color as opposed to high chroma and stronger contrast.