Sissy Alsabrook has a strong and experienced command of color in all its resonance. Her work sizzles with the kind of vitality that only strong color can bring. Pure creativity and the unexpected are hallmarks of this artist's body of work.
Susan Brook's artwork comes alive through her adept use of the layering process. She carefully creates through scratching, dripping, marking and vibrant color—artwork that dances with aliveness.
Roberta Dyer has created a strongly visible presence as an artist through her experience and the many awards won. She has a unique ability to bring the figure (human or animal) into a happy communion with abstraction.
Pat Elkins uses color and rhythm to create ebullient abstracts that light up a room. Her compositions are uniquely her own: she masterfully creates balance and contrast that bring her pieces to life. Her color choices are sophisticated and placed in perfect harmony with each other allowing the viewer to breathe in the vibrancy and drama of each piece.
Pnina Gold has a love affair with color. She commands color like a maestro commands an orchestra. Her choices are rich, strong; her colorful marks thread the exploding colors together, creating a seamless whole.
Lori Hinton brings her vibrant personality to all her abstract artworks. Her adapt use of marks, color and gestural movement brings vitality and aliveness to each piece.
Strength, power, and balanced execution are the hallmarks of Barbara Inbody's artwork. She courts a subtle palette that sings with sophistication and allure. She is recognized for her command of abstraction.
Kirby Kendrick is a well known and respected artist in San Diego. Her visual voice is bold, eclectic, highly creative, and often harkens to her deep love of art history.
Pat MacLaggan's artwork demonstrates a mastery of color, whether she is using rich or subtle colors, they are carefully and expertly showcased in her balanced and rhythmic compositions.
Drawing on her international background, Shirin Nikoukari is gifted with the use of repeating pattern. Her cultural roots present in her love of the pomegranate and the ancient shimmer of gold.
Enjoy the liquid movement of color in the vibrant, luminous work of Nancy Torns. A master of the glazing technique, colors seem to glide through with an effortless ease, as if to invite the viewer to breath them in.
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Whatever your reasons for renting artwork we are sure to have something to speak to you, your style, and your surroundings all for a fraction of the cost of purchasing.