Saturday, December 15, 2018
Haystacks in open field with six tree's and fiqure...an imagined abstract expressionist landscape. Acrylic on Canvas 12 x 16 includes free shipping. Price: $ 125.00 Anyone interested please contact me 954 243 8306 or email email@example.com. Thanks for looking!
Friday, December 14, 2018
Impressionism Landscape - Acrylic on Canvas - 1.5 inch Painted Sides - 16 x 12 -Fine Art Canvas Print - "Reaching for the Sky"
Thursday, November 15, 2018
This painting currently available...contact me for more info. Free local Pick Up and Delivery. Price: $195.00 plus $40.00 shipping anywhere in the continental United States. International buyers please contact this artist for Shipping quote for your country location. Thanks for looking!
Thursday, October 11, 2018
Acrylic on Canvas Panel - 12 x 16 - Impressionism - Landscape - "Reaching for the Sky" (Sold) Private Collection
Acrylic on Canvas Panel - 16 x 12 - Impressionism - Landscape - Wood Framed with 1.5 inch painted sides by this artist as reflected in the photos above. "Reaching for the Sky" has been sold to a private collector. Note: I accept commissions if you would like a similar painting suited to your specifications with respect to size or color preference. I work specifically with professional quality acrylic paints on Canvas. Having said that, please contact me if your are interested. Thanks for looking!
The Falls is currently on Exhibit at Memorial Hospital, Rebel's Center Gallery in Hollywood, Florida. Free local pick up or Delivery. Please contact me for more info if interested. Price: $150.00. Note: Currently offering a 20% reduced price sale for the Holiday Season. " The Falls" will make a wonderful addition to you home or office collection. All proceeds from this sale to be donated to a worthy cause that I am actively supporting. The Brad Haber Foundation a non-profit Corporation licenced by the State of Florida. Tax deductable. Thank's for looking!
Thursday, August 16, 2018
Acrylic on Masonite Board, 16 x 20, with a self-constructed wood frame. There are many mountains we must climb on the road of adversity in this life, this painting for me represented one of those Hills I was trying to work through at the time. I was being treated for Depression. Artist Note: I finally reached the top of the Hill and by the Grace of God conquered what I thought to be impossible. The painting is titled Monte's Hill. This is a nocturnal painting, an imagined landscape rendered in a a Contempoary Abstract Impressionistic style. I photographed it from several angles and tried to include a close-up. It is a palette knife painting with heavy impasto like texture throughout. The Hill for me is a symbolic representation of the mountain I've had to climb in my own personal recovery. Art, Writing, and Music are three of the therapeutic tools I use to help keep me balanced. Monte's Hill is available for sale. PRICE: $175.00 includes free expedited USPS Shipping anywhere in the continental United States. Note: Free local pick up and delivery available. This painting ships worldwide, international buyers please contact this artist for a price quote for shipping cost to your country location. Thanks for looking!
Artist Note: There are two versions of this painting. One with and one without the figure (me) reaching the top of the Hill. The painting without the figure is available through Saatchi as a Framed Fine Art Print and is priced accordingly. The original painting on Canvas in the three images below ships unframed and the price reduced from the original retail gallery price of &350.00, Shipping is free and included in the $175.00 price an additional savings (value of $25.00.) Please contact and advise which of the two paintings you prefer. All proceeds from this sale will be donated to a worthy charitable cause I support. Again thank you for looking and for your continued patronage. Please sign up for my newsletter and follow my art blog so you can be automatically notified of new listings.
Wednesday, July 25, 2018
Monday, June 4, 2018
Here are some Photos from the Opening Night, A great turnout and with Food, Music & Awesome Artwork from almost 300 exhibiting Artist. Artserve's Administrative Curator Colette Mellow did an amazing job curating the works for this show. I had hoped to shoot some video but my cell phone battery died so I was only able to get a few photos with some friends and many community supporters and collectors who were gracious enough to take some photos with me standing next to my Florida Pole Barn Painting, Acrylic on Canvas 16 x 20. One of a series of 10 Barn paintings and only two of the ten remained. The one selected for this show and one other. The other 8 paintings sold. Florida Pole Barn Painting did not sell that evening, But the other painting "Old Barn" sold a few days later at a different venue. So now that leaves only one of the series left. Enough said on that/
Monte with Dr. Tammy Tucker from Memorial Hospital, a long time supporter of my work and I was so happy to see she could make it. She and her husband Tim Curtin have been active and supportive of all Rebel's Center Artist. And I am most grateful.
Monte with Silvia Quintana, Executive Director of BBHC of Broward County, Her husband Juan Martin who is the Executive Director of Naemi was gracious enough to invite me to participate in two annual International exhibitions in 2015 and 2016, in Miami and also in Downtown Ft. Lauderdale. I remain pleased to consider both of them friends. They serve our community well supporting many good causes. To me, they are the salt of the earth.
Here I am with Susan Nayamora Director of the South Florida Wellness Network, a non-profit Corporation that is active in so many positive programs in our community that truly serves the many needs of this community with all her hard work, dedication and proactive can-do positivity. I had the pleasure to work with Susan when I served on the Board of Directors and had the privilege to see her in action along with the other Board members I worked with. It was a real learning experience and I have many fond memories of those times we shared.
Here I am with my friend, fellow artist, and show participant Desiree Kim, both of us taking pictures next our paintings. Desiree is a multi-gifted artist who also plays a North American Indian Flute. Her playing calms the soul and surrounds everyone in the many classes she teaches a sense of peace and feeling of well being. Check out her offerings, you will be glad you did.
Here I am with my longtime friend Brad Haber, a singer-songwriter who is also the founder of the Haber Foundation for Peace - A non- profit that is attempting to make a difference to address gun violence in our schools. We recently collaborated together to promote "We Are Calling for Peace," an Anthem Song Brad wrote. Search for it on YouTube or you can directly access the video from the website: The Haber Foundation for Peace. Brad has a lot of ideas I believe can make a difference in addressing the insanity of gun violence in our schools. I recommend Brad Haber's work without reservation. With the grassroots support of communities around the country along with the corporate sponsorship for his non-profit needs, I believe his vision can make this dream come true. So much so that I am a corporate sponsor of the Foundation. I will work with him to encourage others to join us in taking the pledge for Peace. Take a look at what the Haber Foundation for Peace is offering. A solution born from a seed of hope...can make a difference if only we take the first step in believing together we can do it. Join us in Calling for Peace,
Alphonso Ruiz my longtime friend and supporter who attends almost every show I am involved with. Always there with a smile and encouraging word. A collector and supporter of my art, a better friend you will not find. He is also employed in an Administrative capacity with BBHC (Broward Behavioral Health Coalition), and is a real asset to this organization. Thank you for being who you are Alphonso, you are loved and appreciated by many.
Here with my friend Claudia Vicencio Clinical Supervisor with Memorial Hospital and a Ph.D. candidate who is such a down to earth upbeat personality, she will make you smile every time you see her. What I've always loved about her, is she never forgot her roots and where she came from. She is the mother of a beautiful teenage daughter and also a son. Whenever I was painting in the activity room Claudia would always come in and check out what I was doing and encouraging everyone present with their projects. She has a heart for Art and even bigger heart for people: especially those who are lost and looking for the light at the end of a tunnel. Claudia for many is that light. Thanks for coming Claudia and for just being you,