Discover the styles of UGallery’s newest artist. From abstracted ski jumpers to abstraction to blurred portraiture, join open studios as we take a look at the new styles to hit our gallery.
Kerri is inspired by the forces that move through and change nature, like wind, rushing rivers, sunlight and even birds.
In art, whether written or visual, animals can exaggerate distinctly human characteristics, presenting examples that at some angle illuminate with reflections of the audience’s hearts, minds, values, and experiences.
With her storms of colorful shapes and spontaneous marks, and interwoven layers, Lilac Abramski-Arazi creates not only paintings, but impact.
To Gillian Rose, color is not only an art – it is a science.
Blues has been used to set the mood of paintings. Artists draw upon blue’s gentleness for clear skies, eggshells, and flower petals. Or, they plumb into its depths, darkening it into oceans, shadows and storm clouds.
C.L. and her husband have always been art admirers. For years, before renovating their house, they would hang framed posters of famous paintings by Matisse and other famous artists on their walls. But, upon remodeling, they decided to replace the posters with original art.