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Works By Gallery Artists


     
   
 John Aquilino  

Hotel Indigo Oil on Canvas painting by artist John Aquilino at Marin-Price Galleries

  John Aquilino from New York City studied at the School of Visual Arts and the Art Students League before a 25-year career as a commercial artist and illustrator. In 2003, John moved to Maryland and began focusing on his own passion for urban landscape artwork. His paintings of New York, Baltimore and other cities have been called visually meditative. He manipulates color patterns, shapes and light to create unusual striking compositions.

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March Avery  

City Sunset Oil on Canvas Painting at Marin-Price Galleries by artist March Avery

  March Avery knew at an early age that she would be a painter. She never considered anything else. Art is in her soul. Trained by her famous father, with whom she painted side-by-side, she is very much in the Milton Avery stream. She is, however, her person. Her work has a matter of fact directness that is her characteristic.

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March Avery (Works on Paper)     March Avery knew at an early age that she would be a painter. She never considered any thing else. Painting is in her soul. Trained by her famous father, Milton Avery, she develops her work in the Avery Stream. March is a prolific artist who has produced spectacular canvases and wonderful water colors. This exhibit will feature March Avery’s watercolors.

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Walt Bartman   Middletown Valley Oil on Canvas by artist Walt Bartman at Marin-Price Galleries   Walt Bartman's work uses color and emotional experience found in  relationships. It is the poetry of vision. Color underlies feeling. Just as a trumpet announces a parade, so does color. For the viewer, it pulsates internally.

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Joan Bontempo

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Prophet Stoneware Glazes Limestone Sculpture by artist Joan Bontempo at Marin-Price Galleries

  Joan Bontempo has been a ceramic artist for more than 25 years, creating both traditional functional works and expressive abstract, sculpture in clay and mixed media. The ceramic methods she uses are high fire stoneware and low-temperature Raku firing, and may have bits of glass, copper, or gold enhancements. Her work is shown in galleries, museums and universities regionally and national invitations since 1977. She lives and works in Sharpsburg MD.
   
   
Bernard Corey   End of winter oil on canvas painting by artist Bernard Corey at Marin-Price Galleries   Bernard Corey, known and loved for his delicate New England landscapes, is considered one of the best New England plein air artists of the 20th century.  His love of art also began at an early age, and he was encouraged by his parents to develop his drawing skills. Although he had no formal art training, he taught himself to render nature in oils and watercolors. For twenty-five years he worked painting houses and hanging wallpaper while his landscape painting remained a hobby
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Jenness Cortez     Jenness Cortez is a mid-career artist with astonishing talent. Born in Indiana, Jenness Cortez began her formal art studies at the age of sixteen under the guidance of noted Dutch painter, Antonius Raemaekers.  Cortez further developed her solid fine arts background as a graduate of the Herron School of Art in Indianapolis and student of Arnold Blanche at the Art Students League of New York.
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Carolyn Anne Crocker   Tending The Vines Oil on Canvas Painting by artist Carolyn Anne Crocker at Marin-Price Galleries   Carolyn grew up in a thriving and vibrant Southern California art scene. After seeing an Impressionist exhibit at the Laguna Museum of Art, she knew she wanted to learn how to create light-filled atmospheric paintings of her own.  Carolyn’s paintings have been included in juried exhibitions and featured in one-woman shows. Her work can be found in private collections around the world.
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Arthur Day   Montrose Walk Georgetown painting by Arthur Day at Marin-Price Galleries   Arthur Day paints subjects that attract him in Cape Code and in around New York City. He brings life to everyday scenes of city buildings, industrial plants, commercial buildings, and New England houses with his ability to merge patterns of dark and light. He expresses his paintings with the vivacity of these patterns while at the same time bringing the core of the subjects out.

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Werner Drewes   Still Life with Freulberkat and Bouquet Oil on Paper painting by artist Werner Drewes at Marin-Price Galleries   Werner Drewes, painter, printmaker, and teacher was born in Canig, Germany in 1899. His father, a Lutheran Minister, expected him to channel his artistic talents into a career as an architect, but Werner chose instead the vagabond life an artist. After being drafted into the army and serving his term in the front line in France, Werner was admitted to the Bauhaus in 1921 where he studied under such artists as Klee, Ltten, and Muche. Later, he traveled extensively through Italy and Spain to study such masters as Tintoretto, Velasque, and El Greco. After marrying Margaret Schrobsdorf, a German nurse working in the Azores, they traveled throughout South America, North America, and Asia. Traveling was always an important source of inspiration for his work.

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Beverly Erschell   Sunrise Sunset Acrylic on Canvas painting by aritst Beverly Erschell at Marin-Price Galleries   Beverly Erschell has long admired the work and world of Henri Matisse. When she paints she is creating a world that bears resemblance to the scenes that inspired her, but it is fundamentally the work of her imagination.

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Fairon

 

  Fairon is a Venetian painter and architect who paints in the style of the French post-impressionists blended with a Venetian sense of luminosity and realism His systematic use of blue tones mixed with shades of red and green, gives his work a personal vision of reality. Fairon uses color to accent his work, rather than light as the true impressionist did. His work thus acquires a personal touch which renders his images unique.
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Patrick Farrell     The magical realism of Patrick farrell will be the feature of this exhibit. Patrick's still lifes are highly sought for their beauty and serene tranquility. Patrick Farrell's exhibit will have only ten to twelve paintings.

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Donny Finley   The Museum and Subway Oil on Canvas Painting by Donny Finley   Donny Finley grew up in the small town of Millerville, Alabama. He became known for painting the life he knew. Now, though the scope of material he uses for subject matter has broadened, and his painting techniques are continually evolving, one can still sense the relationship between subject matter and artist in his paintings.

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Alyce Frank   Aspens From the Austign Haus Painting at Marin-Price Galleries by artist Alyce Frank   Artistically, Alyce Frank is interested in the power of the scene, rather than the changing light. Each painting must be about something special. Her selecting and rearranging the subject is what produces a painting that is distinctively Frank. The power of the scene is Alyce Frank's main feature within all of her paintings. She is an extremely accomplished artist with a distinct style. Alyce Frank works are mainly featured in galleries throughout the Southwest.

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Franco Fusari     Franco Fusari is a working artist residing in Italy. He specializes in pastel and charcoal work, portraying evocative and sensuous nudes. He often uses very bold, intense color to produce a wonderful contrast and an interesting composition.

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Steve Glucksberg   Landscape I Oil on Canvas painting by artist Steven Glucksberg at Marin-Price Galleries   Steve Glucksberg is a most talented artist, there is not a subject nor style he cannot create. As a matter of fact he is the only artist represented at Marin-Price Galleries who has exhibited at the Louvre Museum in Paris.  He is a very talented artist with interesting vision.

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Michael Graves   Winter Stream Oil on Canvas Painting by Artist Michael Grave at Marin-Price Galleries   Michael Graves is a celebrated artist from New England. He was a student of Bernard Corey (one of the countries top plain air painters). Michael paints in the style of the Cape Ann School. His images are often scenes of Maine, Vermont, and other picturesque New England countryside scenes. In the past twelve months, Michael has been accepted to the permanent collection of the Butler Institute of American Art, an was selected for the top 100 Arts for the Parks exhibit.
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Gerald Hennesy   Shenandoah River Dam painting by Gerald Hennesy at Marin-Price Galleries   Hennesy is a graduate of the Corcoran and an illustrious local artist who has painted the Virginia countryside and European scenes in the style of the impressionists. His works evoke the majesty and wonder of the natural landscape.
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Zachary Hopkins
Sushi Oil on Panel by artist Zachary Hopkins at Marin-Price Galleries    Zachary Hopkins was born in Philadelphia born has been painting realism in oils for over fifteen years. His most powerful influence were the photo realists, or hyper-realists, from the late 60’s and up. Ralph Goings’ diner scenes firstHopkins became fascinated with paintings with food themes mostly because he says there is so much color and texture there. Also because fine cuisine has the added dimension of appealing to some of the finest aspects of our senses.
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Charles Jarboe   Central Park NY Oil on Panel painting by artist Charles Jarboe at Marin-Price Galleries   Charles Jarboe lives and paints in Baltimore, Maryland. Art critics consider Mr. Jarboe one of the foremost painters in the American realist tradition. He is equally at home applying this style of painting to the landscapes of rural and urban America. There is much more to Mr. Jarboe’s paintings than copying the scene in front of him, however. All of his paintings are composites of his emotions and extensive imagination. They draw the viewer in and are subject to multiple interpretations. Mr. Jarboe has exhibited extensively in Realist Shows at Galleries and Museums throughout the United States. His paintings are highly sought after by public and private collectors.
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Marla Korr   Surveying the Country Oil on Canvas painting by artist Marla Korr at Marin-Price Galleries   Painting is Marla Korr's passion. Her love of landscape painting was inspired by her father whose appreciation for nature took her family each summer from New York City to the lush beautiful Hudson River Valley. But as a life long resident of New York City patnting urban landscapes did not escape her ability to capture the city's iconic views.
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Reagan Lake   Salinas Valley Acrylic painting by artist Reagan Lake at Marin-Price Galleries   Reagan focuses on the landscape and man's interaction with his environment. She does not depict the landscape as a whole but rather as fractured pieces that fit together, much like pieces in a puzzle. Rather than painting representationally, her color choices are always based on emotion and intuition
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Elio Lazzari     Elio Lazzari is an important Venetian painter. His work is direct and bold. A great colorist who can render the image with the certitude of an experienced master. The narrative element of his work is clear and decisive. Lazzari has exhibited extensively. His work is numerous private and public collections in Venice, Rome, Florence, Milan, Torino, and many other Italian cities. He has also exhibited in Madrid, Barcelona, Cadiz, Paris, New York, Frankfurt, and Luxembourg to name but a few.
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Dena Lyons   Vieux Pharmacie du Mirroir painting by artist Dena Lyons at Marin-Price Galleries   Dena Lyons received her B.F.A. from the School of Art Institute of Chicago in 2002. In her paintings, she depicts houses and buildings and focuses on the patterns and surfaces that windows and other typical architectural details create.

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John Marin    
Provenance:
Kennedy Galleries, Inc., New York
 
Exhibited:
The Berkshire Museum, Pittsfield, Massachusetts, "John Marin's Berkshire Landscapes", June 9 -August 9, 1985.
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Jamie Marin-Price     Jamie is an American artist (native Washingtonian) working in Lille France where he attended The University of Lille and earned an MFA. This exhibit features his bold abstracts and some of his watercolors.  He is in many private collections in the Metro area.
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Patrick McKelvy   Two Holsteins Oil on canvas painting by artist Patrick McKelvy at Marin-Price Galleries   Patrick McKelvy's idyllic landscpaes are images typical of rural Western Pennsylvania and Southwestern Virginia. Although, careers have taken him all over the globe, it is Appalachia that inspires him to paint these amazing landscapes.
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Susan O'Brien McLean   The Tea Party Oil on Canvas painting by artist Susan OBrien McLean at Marin-Price Galleries   Susan O'Brien McLean lived in England and during that time painted cricket matches, English country gardens, and picnics by quiet streasms. Now that she lives in Osterville on Cape Cod, her subjects are beaches, Cape gardens, and landscapes.
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Michael Moss  

Mid Summer Glare Oil on Panel Painting at Marin-Price Galleries by artist Michael Moss

  Michael Moss received his B.F.A. from Virginia Commonwealth University and his M.A. from Boston University, Graduate School of Arts. He is a great colorist whose soft, yet vibrant colors create a light and carefree portrayal of the New England towns he paints.
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Roxie Munro   Golden Midtown Oil on Canvas Painting by artist Roxie Munro at Marin-Price Galleries   Roxie was born in Texas, and grew up in southern Maryland, by the Chesapeake Bay. At the age of six, she won first prize in a county-wide contest for a painting of a bowl of fruit. She has been a working artist all her life, for a while freelancing in Washington DC as a television courtroom artist. It was great training for life drawing, concentration under pressure, and making deadlines. Clients included CBS, the Washington Post, and the Associated Press. Fourteen of her paintings have been published as covers of The New Yorker magazine.

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Lee Newman   Polish Sausage Oil on Linen Panel at Marin-Price Galleries by artist Lee Newman   Lee Newman studied at American University and founded the Washington Studio School. His work is included in the Corcoran Gallery of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the National Gallery of Art. The influence of painting at the same school can be seen in their work, which complements each other.

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Becky Parrish     Becky Parrish is a new artist with the gallery. She was educated at George Washington University and studied with William Woodward. Her work is realism, and her subject matter is still life's and figurative work. She is an outstanding portrait artist.
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Aura Price     Aura Price began painting at age 85 when she received an oil painting set as a Mother’s day present. Since then Aura has been painting regularly and has exhibited at Marin-Price Galleries in Chevy Chase, Maryland and at Roglan Gallery in Barcelona, Spain. She has also been selected for the collection of "Mundo Naif," a prestigious web site (www.mundonaif.com) dedicated to naif paintings.

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Gary Riggin   On The Road to Stonington Oil on Canvas by artist Garrin Riggin at Marin-Price Galleries
  Gary is a native of Baltimore with roots to the early watermen of Maryland's eastern shore. After majoring in political science at Towson University, Gary's interest in history and politics led to simultaneous careers in broadcast journalism and editorial cartooning, for which he won a Sigma Delta Chi award for distinguished journalism. Self taught in the arts, Gary works in several media in the visual arts, and is a published poet. He lives with his wife and two dogs. They split their time between their home in Maryland, and their home on Delaware's eastern shore. Gary makes annual trips to coastal Maine.

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Adolf Sehring Innocent Days by artist Adolf Sehring at Marin-Price Galleries   Born in Russia to a German-Russian artist family, his father was a theatrical designer and portraitist. In 1939, the family was politically persecuted and deported to Berlin, Germany. Sehring showed an early talent and won many awards as a youngster such as First Prize of Europe, Germany and Berlin.  During the Korean conflict, Adolf served as a much decorated division artist in the U.S. Army. For the next 12 years he ran a successful manufacturing, design, and import business in the interior decorating field, only to return to his 'lifetime love' art.
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Joseph Sheppard   Arnold Back Lini Village Oil on Canvas Painting by artist Joseph Sheppard at Marin-Price Galleries   Sheppard has been painting and sculpting for more than 50 years. As part of his jubilee celebration he had numerous museum exhibits. Already in the permanent collection of many museums, Sheppard can now add The Portrait Gallery to his list. This will be his 12th annual exhibit at the gallery. His work includes oil paintings, sculpture, and drawings.
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Joseph Sheppard (Sculptures) This year is one of Sheppard's most important in his long and illustrious career. He has been painting 50 years. A number of museums, including the Walters Art Gallery in Baltimore and the Butler Museum of American Art in Youngstown, Ohio, have scheduled exhibits to celebrate Sheppard's career.
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Toni Silber-Delerive Open Field Cultivation Oil on Canvas at Marin-Price Galleries by artist Toni Silber-Delarive Toni Silber-Delerive is a Manhattan-based artist and graphic designer. Toni's work is represented in museums, private and corporate collections.  Toni's aerial-view paintings represent diverse places and spaces of the contemporary landscape seen from an above ground perspective.
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Jeremiah Stermer Yellow Rose Giant Shell oil painting by artist Jeremiah Stermer at Marin-Price Galleries   Stermer in an outstanding artist to be sure, yet painting for him is just one of his talents. When he paints he draws on all his creative talents to render the final “piece”. His creative process begins long before he sits in front of easel. Stermer is forever thinking of ideas, which he documents with great care. Many ideas do not make the final cut (so to speak). Once he settles on the subject of a painting he starts to change it.
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Gina Strumpf Colors of Tuscany painting by artist Gina Strumpf at Marin-Price Galleries   Gina knew from an early age she wanted to be an artist. Her pens and pencils were her constant companions. Having an opportunity to be mentored with nationally acclaimed Artist, Josette Gourley, in high school, had a strong impact on her. She received two scholarships to prestigious Art schools, on her way to becoming a Fashion Illustrator. Fashion was a passion but instead of the drawing board, it took her to the "catwalk" were she worked as a professional runway and print model for 12 years. After marriage and raising a family and a very successful career in Real Estate it was finally time to get back to her first love. And like an old friend... Art was there waiting. Her brushes haven't left her hands for many years now.
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Arthur van Hecke     Van Hecke is one of France's most distinguished Post-Impressionists. Already in numerous museums in Europe, Ban Hecke was recently honored with a retrospective exhibition at the National Museum of Dunkirk.
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WIlliam Woodward   Skipping Stones Acrylic painting by artist William Woodward at Marin-Price Galleries   Woodward is a very taleneted artist at the Gallery. His paintings are realistic and abstract.
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