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300x50x30
Mixed Media on Wood
Luca Giannini
$4,300
Using the dimensions of Noah's Ark for his title, Luca plays on the parallels in the struggle to go beyond one's limits in both ancient times and the present day in this piece titled, "300x50x30".
A Monet
Oil & Mixed Media on Canvas
Antonia Covarrubias Noe
$2,000
With complete spontaneity, this painting took on a life of its own as Antonia painted, resulting in something she had never predicted.
After the Storm - Sold
Oil on Canvas
Olivier Longuet
$1,200
SOLD
An Evening on Broadway
Oil on Wood
David Atkins
$5,900
Taking a world-famous destination and making it his own, David brings New York’s streets to life, even in the dead of winter.
Aurora - Sold
Acrylic on Canvas
Noel Gazzano
$2,500
SOLD
Aurora. Regna la Carne e' Morta la Ragione - Sold
Acrylic on Canvas
Noel Gazzano
$2,500
SOLD
Automatic No.10
Watercolor & Mixed Media on Paper
Christophe Cartier
$2,500
Black and white along with shades of gray are punctuated by a sudden burst of red creating a piece with movement and dimension.
Automatic No.13
Watercolor & Mixed Media on Canvas
Christophe Cartier
$2,500
Black and white along with shades of gray are punctuated by a sudden burst of red creating a piece with movement and dimension.
Automatic No.14
Watercolor & Mixed Media on Paper
Christophe Cartier
$2,500
Consistent repetitive shapes created by Christophe in his pieces titled “Automatic No.14 and No.15” appear to move the viewer's eye in a continuous flowing motion.
Automatic No.15
Watercolor & Mixed Media on Paper
Christophe Cartier
$2,500
Consistent repetitive shapes created by Christophe in his pieces titled “Automatic No.14 and No.15” appear to move the viewer's eye in a continuous flowing motion.

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MARIO BALDARELLA from SICILY

Mario’s homeland of Sicily greatly impacts his artwork. According to Mario, “It is a small chunk of earth in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea, a place rich in history and contradiction. The dominant colors are the marvelous dark blue of the sea, often very choppy from high winds and the pure yellow of the natural sandy ‘tuff stone’, from which all the houses are made. It’s a place where you can find every single thing, as well as its opposite: wealth and poverty, ancient artistic beauties and modern eye sores, mafia and honesty, snow and sweltering heat – all in such a small handkerchief of land! The character of Sicilians perfectly reflects all these contradictions, and it is not uncommon to witness crazy paradoxical situations from which the nonsense themes of my paintings get their root.”

We are pleased to present these whimsical paintings from Mario that explore the contradictions he finds in today’s Sicilian lifestyle.