Known for her bold and moody landscapes, Michelle Jardines has branched out to create a small series of wild and energetic florals using oil and spray paints.
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Forever exploring how harmony can be created by color and form, each piece by Jeffrey Leder is a meditation. Using highly pigmented flashe vinyl paint, each color is uniform, velvety and opaque, creating a unique look for a pop of color or an area to rest your eye within a salon wall. Explore more of Jeffrey's work HERE.
Inspired by her relentless love of nature, Taylor Adams calls upon memory of place, sound and smell to create her unique paintings layered with delicate lines of thread. To learn more about Taylor and see her entire inventory, click HERE.
Our first fine art photographer, Eli Warren, beautifully captures the human form in a unique and narrative way. Shooting both 4x5 film and digital cameras, Eli's gorgeous black and white photos create impact with their high contrast and story-telling.
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Marci returns to A&L in an online capacity with an entirely new, exciting body of work.
"Trees are my companions. When I see a tree I think about the roots growing, slithering deep into the earth, along with the branches reaching for the sky and their transformation with each season. I am very much like a tree – I think we all are. Being a creature of habit, I’m “grounded ” by routine. Similar to the roots of a tree, routine provides the feeling of security and allows for productivity. Likewise, branches symbolize striving, desire, and creativity. So with this collection of paintings I focused on a single tree, representing the individual living out the seasons of life on its own, though connected to others and nature. While we live in a world with others, individually we move forward, accessing our strength and courage as one."
Eva Magill Oliver
Working on canvas in a painterly fashion as well as using paper to create exciting collage, Eva Magill Oliver explores color, shape and the way each material plays. Click HERE to see all of Eva's collages and paintings.