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While studying in Paris from 1909 to 1913, Leon Makielski created paintings as he traveled to seven European countries. Upon returning to the United States he painted landscapes and portraits around the midwest and on the eastern seaboard. A collection of paintings, drawings, and etchings over his prolific career are available.
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Leon A. Makielski 1885 - 1974
This 272 page coffee table book contains over 200 color images of art created by Carl Plansky. Orders are being accepted at $75 plus sales tax. Delivery is estimated for one week after placing of order. Click on the tab below to order.
Here are a few images from the current exhibition featuring the art by four abstract painters.
Installation of Chroma.104
Installation of Chroma .101
Installation of Chroma.102
Installation of Chroma.112
Installation of Chroma.103
Chroma.112 41" x 31"oil on canvas
Chroma.104 49" x 37" oil on canvas
Chroma.102 49" x 37" oil on canvvas
New Exhibition Installed at The Gallery at Carillon
On , May 5, 2022, an exhibition of paintings was installed at The Gallery at Carillon in Charlotte. Works by Spartanburg, SC artist, Jane Allen Nodine are on display and open to the public.
The Gallery at Carillon is an open design inviting viewers to relax and contemplate each piece in the exhibition. In addition, a beautiful courtyard connects the Carillon building with the new Grand Bohemiem Hotel.
The exhibition is open daily from 9:00 a.m. until 9:00 p.m and will be on display through August30, 2022.
Contact Larry Elder Art Consultancy for additional information.
Gallery at Carillon 227 West Trade Street Charlotte, NC 28202
Chroma.103 37" x 49" oil on canvas
Chroma.101 49" x 37" oil on canvas
Bringing Joy Over Doom
The paintings on display represent a new direction for Spartanburg, South Carolina artist, Jane Allen Nodine. These colorful and dynamic works offer a sense of optimism as felt by the artist in the advent of a new year. In Nodine's latest work you will see paint floating in more paint. Color competing for more space. Form and flection taking hold of the overall composition.
"Since the pandemic began, I have been driven to develop works that bring joy over doom. I have a keen interest in color and how it can soothe or agitate, calm or excite. I often use dynamic color combinations with juxtapositions or overlapping to create elements that pop or peek out from under the layers. Those layers of color are made with heavy bodied and thinned paints to build a surface that draws the viewer into the work to explore spatial anomalies that often shift according to the ambient light and vantage point."