Posts Tagged ‘original’
Thursday, September 20th, 2012
Teri Galleries is once again proud to present brand new Milo Miniatures! These are a must-see for any collector of Milo’s amazing artwork. Although these pieces only range in size from 2.25 x 3.25 inches to 4.25 x 4.25 inches, they definitely do not lack in detail or character. Milo’s miniatures force the viewer to stop for a second from the craziness of life, and take a closer look, at her work in particular, and smile at her characters.
“Painting to me is about experimentation of mediums textures and styles. Like the many characteristics of my personality, I have many different styles that I love to explore.” – Milo
Below are the four new Milo Miniatures we have received at Teri Galleries, and hopefully will receive new Originals from Milo soon:
Games Squirrels Play by Milo
Knock, Knock by Milo
Window Shopping by Milo
Wise Guy by Milo
Thursday, September 20th, 2012
Teri Galleries is proud to announce the arrival of four new New Orleans Original Oils by Daoyuan Ma. All four of the new pieces are 24″ x 36″ and are set at fabulous prices.
While in China he was an associate professor teaching architectural drawing in Shanghai TongJi University. In his visits to New Orleans, he was intrigued by its culture and architecture. This inspiration led him to move to New Orleans, and create the artworks which reflect the culture, lifestyle, and unique character of the French Quarter. These new Originals are no exception, they are bright and colorful, just like the vibrancy of the city of New Orleans.
Bourbon Street, Street Car by Daoyuan Ma
Bourbon Street by Daoyuan Ma
Decatuer by Daoyuan Ma
Royal Street by Daoyuan Ma
Wednesday, August 1st, 2012
Christina’s popularity is rapidly growing and by these new pieces, one can see why. They are gallery wrapped, and contain Christina’s wonderful use of color and texture. These pieces would make any wall a conversation piece.
We are proud to bring you these five new exclusive original oils by Doelling. As is all of her work, they are absolutely stunning and vividly beautiful. Here is a look at the new pieces now available at Teri Galleries. We hope you like them!
Chiminea by Christina Doelling
Mirth by Christina Doelling
Happiness Complete by Christina Doelling
Summer I by Christina Doelling
Wednesday, June 6th, 2012
Teri Galleries is pleased to announce the arrival of new Milo originals to our great collection. Louisiana Artist, Milo, has been hard at work creating beautiful and exhilarating works of art. New to the Milo collection is Who Hoots for You (36 x 12), Party Line (12 x 36), SHHHHhhhhh… (12 x 12), and AHHHhhhhhh… (12 x 12). Milo’s expressive work conveys a spiritual side through illuminating colors, radiant figures and strong shadows. There is a glow within these pieces that seems to come through and speak to the viewer.
..:: Milo is Available for Commissions. Interested collectors should contact Sandy Kasten of Teri Galleries at 504-887-8588 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
> Collectors interested in learning more about Milo and viewing available works should visit: http://terigalleries.com/milo.shtml or call Teri Galleries at 504-887-8588.
Thursday, March 29th, 2012
These new pieces have just arrived and they are fantastic! The evolution of Pamela’s painting is as fluid as the composition of her pieces. She creates this wonderful world, where there are seemingly endless places to explore. These pieces are part of a small edition of 50, and they are hand embellished by the artist. Also, Pamela now has a wonderful new video on our website. We invite you to view it: Click Here.
The two new pieces are titled Heartspace and Release. And it fits them perfectly. We hope you enjoy these pieces as much as we do.
Heartspace 20 x 20 Release 24 x 24
Wednesday, March 28th, 2012
Teri Galleries greatly appreciates the arrival of new C. Lewis Koi Fish Originals. Feast your eyes upon the beauty of nature, the way only C. Lewis knows how to make it come alive in front of your eyes.
A Chinese artist called C. Lewis, Chen Tai-yu was born in 1963. The name C. Lewis was inspired by the pseudonym name of Lewis Carroll who was an American novelist, inventor, teacher and photographer. Lewis (Chen) felt a need to adopt a name that would create a more universal interest in his work. From 1982 to 1985, he studied in the National Central Fine Art Institute in Guangdong. After his graduation, C. Lewis started his career as a professional artist. He is currently holding an associate membership at the National Chinese Artist Association & Guangzhou Graduate School of Oil Painting.
The Vineyards began as a series of painting color from nature or painting light with light itself. The metamorphosis of colored light across vast distances, the reflections of light on the grass, flowers, and trees with enormous skill.Lewis uses his brush like the wind, feeling the movement of this surroundings. This subject soon led to painting the movement in local koi ponds and still life with vegetables and pottery that seem to breathe on the canvas. His artworks have won National acclaim. He has exhibited in Singapore, Hong Kong, Los Angeles and Chicago.
No where more does his amazing ability to make his paintings come to life happen with the new Koi Originals here at Teri Galleries.
We hope you enjoy these masterpieces as much as we do.
Tuesday, March 27th, 2012
Teri Galleries is proud to announce the arrival of four new fine art Disney Originals by Trevor Carlton. Such an amazing artist, with an amazing story about how he became the creator of these masterpieces.
Trevor Carlton was born in 1972 in Olympia, Washington State. Although he took up painting in high school, the first artistic passion that Trevor embraced was acting. He decided to forgo an art scholarship in favor of attending a dramatic arts scholarship at Skagit Valley College.
Trevor next attended the Lee Strasberg Acting Workshop. The following year he relocated to Los Angeles to pursue an acting career. Amidst the chaos of auditions and callbacks, Trevor paid the bills by working in a custom furniture store, specializing in antiquing and faux finish designs.
It was here that a style was born. Using reclaimed lumber as his “canvas”, he started painting images of vintage Americana with subjects ranging from pop icon celebrity to the hey day of jazz. After numerous gallery shows in Los Angeles and private commissions he has now combined his unique style to that most American of symbols, MICKEY MOUSE.
Until this day, his passion and creativity shine through all his works of art. Especially with the newest originals we have received. The stunning vivid colors used are absolutely brilliant.
Newest to the collection is:
“The Old is New Again” – Acrylic on Canvas (30 x 30)
“Post No Bills” – Acrylic on Canvas (28 x 28)
“Old Fashioned Girl” – Acrylic on Canvas (28 x 28)
“Hello Vintage” – Acrylic on Canvas (20 x 28)
Hopefully, you as the guest, will enjoy these amazing Disney Originals as we here at Teri Galleries do.
Wednesday, March 14th, 2012
Teri Galleries is proud to announce new Disney Originals by Disney artist Toby Bluth. These originals are exclusive to Teri Galleries. Teri Galleries has been fortunate enough to receive “Friendly Guidance” a 9.5 x 12.5 watercolor on paper and also “Sitting with the Chief” a 10 x 13 watercolor on paper, both originals by Bluth. These masterfully crafted pieces of Disney memories have been captured perfectly by Bluth, and will fit into his already amazing array of masterpiece watercolors. We at Teri Galleries are beyond excited to be able to offer these to you. Still to this day, Toby Bluth, is a shining gem of talent that draws inspiration from the life and work of Walt Disney. We certainly look forward to the future, and can’t wait to see what beautiful Disney memories Bluth captures again.
Wednesday, February 1st, 2012
Teri Galleries is proud to announce the arrival of plenty of new original pieces by the always amazing artist, Sabzi. We have received more than we can even list, so check out Sabzi in our Featured Artist section and see all these magnificent pieces of work. As always Teri Galleries is excited and thrilled to bring to you these truly beautiful works of art to you.
Sabzi’s paintings resonate both Eastern and Western philosophies. His rich Persian heritage provides him with ancient images and sentimental Persian themes and memories of innocence. The Western source of influences comes from one of the most creative moments of modernism of Cezanne and Matisse.
When viewing the new pieces of Sabzi that we are showing, you can truly see the Persian heritage flow through these masterpieces.
Wednesday, February 1st, 2012
First we are happy to announce that Milo has been accepted as an Associate member of American Women Artists. This non-profit organization is sponsored by some of the well known names in the art world such as The American Art Collector, Fine Art Connoisseur, Faso, and the Scottsdale Artists School. As always we are not surprised by her achievements, but we are always very proud of her.
Her new pieces are not only full of texture, but are a wonderful reflection of her personality, which is both playful and motivated.
They give the viewer a picture to a story that the viewer is left to create. In “Ladies Choice” the female cardinal’s distant gaze gives no hint to whom she is going to select. It is left up to us to judge, debate, and choose. It is curious that the “Raven’s” gaze is directed above him. As a scavenger bird, one has to wonder what does he see above him that has caused him to have such an intense stare?
The pieces are original oils and decoupage, which give them a wonderful almost aged texture. Check them out, as well as all of her other amazing works of art!