Fine Art by artist Jeffrey Hall - Description: Acrylic, sand, mixed media on canvas. Using repurposed and archival materials to show the remnants of a place from before. A ghost from the past perhaps? A shut down timber town turned on its side and now the earth reclaims its domain. Is that a circle or a moon? It changes as you walk by, due to the metallic paints.
Fine Art by artist Arlon Gilliland - Description: The inspiration for my art is seeing everything around me in the middle of my environment. Seeing colors, textures and shapes, realistic or sometimes abstract. Then sometimes just playing in the medium, finding things with spontaneous painting. Everything around me is a source of fascination and delight, being alive to see it and creating art and appreciating it all.
Caged & Cornered
Fine Art by artist Jeffrey Hall - Description: Limited edition dye sublimation print on high gloss aluminum. This work floats off the wall in a contemporary style. So, I was working on another land-escape and thinking about the homeless population. I flipped the piece a quarter turn and the figure emerged. Mental illness, addiction, tragic life experience, affordable housing, and underemployment are all contributing factors.
Fine Art by artist Ron Mills_Pinyas - Description: A certain red is also a fossil drawn up from the depths of imaginary worlds. If we took all these participations into account, we would recognize that a naked color, and in general a visible, is not a chunk of absolutely hard, indivisible being, offered all naked to a vision which could be only total or null, but is rather a sort of straits between exterior horizons and interior horizons ever gaping open, something that comes to touch lightly and makes diverse regions of the colored or visible world resound at the distances, a certain differentiation, an ephemeral modulation of this world-less a color or a thing, therefore, than a difference between things and colors, a momentary crystallization of colored being or of visibility. Between the alleged colors and visibles, we would find anew the tissue that lines them, sustains them, nourishes them, and which for its part is not a thing, but a possibility, a latency, and a flesh of things.
This piece is currently being displayed at the Indy Commons in Independence, OR.
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Fine Art by artist Paul Griffitts - Description: Like some deep sea mollusk emerging from the inky depths, this form coalesced from a chaos of random points and became the inspiration for this 3D fractal art original.