Key west gallery
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×
 

Key west gallery

on

  • 334 views

Key West Gallery is located on Duval Street in tropical Old Town Key West, Florida. Our goal is to display the most sought after and collectible fine art in a collection that you will enjoy. We ...

Key West Gallery is located on Duval Street in tropical Old Town Key West, Florida. Our goal is to display the most sought after and collectible fine art in a collection that you will enjoy. We specialize in investment quality originals, collectible hand-embellished limited editions, and selected bronze work. We feature over fifty internationally published artists including Alexei Butirskiy, Bill Mack, Pino, Thomas Arvid, Ton Dubbeldam, Howard Behrens, Vie Dunn-Harr, The Frogman, Edward Gordon, Peter Max, Terry Gilecki, Ramon Pujol, Tripp Harrison, Mario, Javier, Constantine Lvovich, Henry Peeters, Richard Johnson, Gary Welton, Leonard Wren, and more.

Statistics

Views

Total Views
334
Views on SlideShare
331
Embed Views
3

Actions

Likes
0
Downloads
0
Comments
0

1 Embed 3

http://www.linkedin.com 3

Accessibility

Categories

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Microsoft PowerPoint

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment

Key west gallery Key west gallery Presentation Transcript

  • KEY WEST GALLERY601 Duval Street, Key West
  • Key West Gallery is located on Duval Street in tropical Old Town Key West, Florida. Our goal is to display the most sought after and collectible fine art in a collection that you will enjoy.We specialize in investment quality originals, collectible hand-embellished limitededitions, selected bronze work, as well styles and genres including old masterswork, impressionism, modern, abstracts, watercolors, oils, and acrylics. . We featureover fifty internationally published artists including Alexei Butirskiy, BillMack, Pino, Thomas Arvid, Ton Dubbeldam, Howard Behrens, Vie Dunn-Harr, TheFrogman, Edward Gordon, Peter Max, Terry Gilecki, Ramon Pujol, TrippHarrison, Mario, Javier, Constantine Lvovich, Henry Peeters, Richard Johnson, GaryWelton, Leonard Wren, and more.Please enjoy the selection as well as our committed customer service.
  • BILL MACK He has no mentors. There is nowhere to go to learn his art. No one teaches his technique. Sculptor Bill Mack works in such a rare art form that coming up with a name to describe it has been only slightly less arduous than creating the art itself.For over twenty years, Mack paid his dues, working mostly as a commissionedartist -- from miniature medallic works such as the Bicentennial medals for theState of Minnesota and the cities of St. Louis and Baltimore, to reliefs and full-round sculptures for corporations such as General Motors, Pillsbury, and 3M.Then, in the early 1980s, Mack made a venturous artistic move and entered thecompetitive gallery world with his Alto Relief sculptures. Today, in the popularcontemporary arts, he has developed a major following.http://www.keywestartgalleries.com/mack/index.php
  • PINO 1939-2010"My paintings elicit feelings of warmth. Often times thesubjects are of my sisters and aunts, in the house during myearly years. I was constantly surrounded by them since myfather and uncles were out working late providing for the family." – Pino http://www.keywestartgalleries.com/pino/index.php “Feminine, ephemeral forms of flesh whose light and shadow suggest depth and mystery are contrasted with explosive passages of rich, textured color in compositions that are as much about how the artist feels as what he sees. It is subjective illusion of space juxtaposed with an abstract acceptance of the painting‟s flat surface that sets Pino‟s work apart from other artists.” - Pino
  • ALEXEI BUTIRSKIY “When I paint, I don„t just copy from any particular place. I try to memorize the original impression I had when I was somewhere, and then I recompose it in my head, based on how I feel about it. After that, I paint. Iis very important for an artist to not just copy mechanically from nature. In that think itcase, the artist could be replaced by a camera.An artist should rather have a goal and then follow it to create the emotional imageand a special atmosphere in the painting, and to thereby convey an individualmessage. Painting nature with all its many faces is always magnificent. To me, thereis no such thing as bad weather.” - Butirskiyhttp://www.keywestartgalleries.com/butirskiy/index.php
  • COMMUNICATIONKey West Art Galleries
601 Duval Street
Key West, Florida 33040 305.923.1696 
fax 305-292-9779 Newsletter: keywestgallery@bellsouth.net Blog: http://keywestartgalleries.blogspot.com/