Abstracts






A great art collection is something that comes together over time, piece by piece, naturally. It connects to our personal stories and can serve as a map of aesthetic whims and dreams.  As it comes together, you forge your own unique collecting style.

In a salon-style group, eclectic doesn’t have to mean messy, un-matched can be complementary, and old favorites can lead to new discoveries.

 
 
Featured This Month:
Jack Freeman (1938-2014):Saturated Bay Area Figurative-style nudes & layered Mid Century abstracts
Gwen Stone (1913-2007):Minimalist Modernism with a contemporary feel, tonal pattern-work & restrained abstraction
Seymour Tubis (1919-1993):Structured Mid Century monochromatics & bright, gestural scenery 

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