Acrylic Collage on Canvas
Colette Standish's artwork presents the tensions that exist between opposites, centering around masculine and feminine, animus and anima. She uses the body as a point of reference, using blank space in the human form to evoke a spiritual presence and present the plane where tensions reside, at times invisible to the human eye. Her interactions with opposing forces cause her images to fragment offering a perceived balance and harmony of tension and the resulting discomfort.
48 x 60
The forms in the Apex series were based upon the shapes of the new terraces in the future expansion of the SFMOMA.
Their edgy and sleek design makes them a stylish complement to any jewelry collection.
As shown earrings measure approximately 2" long by 1/2" wide.
Handcrafted in San Francisco.View full product details
I draw inspiration from a range of sources, such as archaeology, artifacts, geology, landscape and plant matter.
My process comprises of an eclectic mix of adding and subtracting: controlling the medium yet allowing the accidental. I work in layers, creating then obscuring , revealing then hiding.
Painting surfaces are constantly multi-layered and renewed. This process-orientated method of constant re- defining allows a subject’s essence to reveal itself in its own time.
4 ft. x 5 ft.View full product details
Gleb Derujinsky's (1925-2011) photography is iconic of an era in fashion, photography and history. Derujinsky was one of the most sought after fashion photographer from 1950 to 1970. Considered one of the first photographers to take fashion out of the studio, Derujinsky shot for Esquire, Look, Life, Glamour, Town and Country, The New York Times Magazine and ultimately, exclusively for Harper’s Bazaar. His work with the top fashion designers, publicists and models of his time and his eye for capturing human beauty in nature, mark Gleb Derujinsky as one of the most iconic fashion photographers in our life time.
16 x 20View full product details