Exhibition runs January 13 – April 14, 2017
“Boulders” by Ilona Peteris (48 x 60 inches, Acrylic on canvas)
The vibrant abstract landscapes of Lithuanian-born Ilona Peteris reveal personal visions that evolve through the painting process.
Strongly influenced by the vibrant colors and distinctive landforms of the American Southwest, her paintings are inspired by nature while free from representation of specific locations.
Reception Saturday January 28, 2017 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
The Very Best of OMA Artists Alliance
Exhibition runs October 2016 - January 2017
L Street Fine Art is proud to partner with Oceanside Museum of Art (OMA) in presenting The Very Best of OMA Artist Alliance 2016 at L Street Fine Art.
This year-end exhibition, juried by L Street Fine Art gallery director Kay Colvin, features work selected from hundreds of submissions by members of Oceanside Museum of Art Artist Alliance.
The Artist Alliance is an affiliate group dedicated to the support of Oceanside Museum of Art and provides opportunities for interaction, visibility, and growth for artists in the region.
For more information on Oceanside Museum of Art and the Artist Alliance, please visit www.oma-online.org
Wonderlust: Exploring the Miraculous
Exhibition runs July 26, 2016 - October 3, 2016
"Holy Grail" by Sidney Wildesmith (54 x 54 inches, oil on canvas)
“Wonderlust: Exploring the Miraculous” is a celebration of the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service by Sidney Wildesmith who has served as Artist-in-Residence in 8 national parks including Yosemite and Yellowstone.
A premiere of Wildesmith’s “Transdimensional” art will be on display in conjunction with the opening night reception.
Reception Saturday August 13, 2016 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
The Wilderness Inside
Exhibition runs April 27, 2016 – June 15, 2016
"Silk Road" by Sheryl Tempchin (40 x 30 inches, acrylic on canvas)
Sheryl Tempchin’s abstract paintings reveal her exploration of an inner world, a vast hidden landscape where the inner world and the outer world meet. She captures on canvas the ephemeral convergence of spirit and matter.
Reception Saturday, April 30, 2016 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Visit sheryltempchin.com for more information on the artist.
Exhibition runs January 19 – March 16, 2016
"In the Garden" (2004, 0024) by Gerrit Greve (60 x 48 inches, acrylic on canvas)
L Street Fine Art features the abstract works of Gerrit Greve. In this body of work the artist describes the figure with the calligraphy of emotional gestures. Through the ambiguity of abstraction, the viewer is able to have a visceral experience without preconceived associations with representational images.
A third-generation Dutch colonial, Greve was born in Indonesia and spent his early childhood in the Netherlands before growing up near Chicago, Illinois. This multicultural exposure during his formative years has shaped both Greve and his art.
Greve’s artwork is held in public and private collections in the U.S. and abroad. His paintings have been featured in publications including Time Magazine and 1001 Paintings You Must See Before You Die.
Visit gerritgreve.com for more information on the artist.
Interpretaions of the Human Figure by The Market Street Group
Exhibition runs October 31 – December 31, 2015
Reception: Saturday, November 7, 2015, 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
"She'll Have Red" by Nancy Levinson (22 x 16 inches, Oil on canvas)
"Rainy Days and Mondays" by Gigi Woodward (26 x 40 inches, Pastels and Charcoal pencil on brown paper)
L Street Fine Art features the work of eighteen members of the Market Street Group including: Sissy Alsabrook, Sandy Bornstein, Ellen Dieter, Carol del Tufo Harmon, Jinnie Jung, Michelle Kantor, Kirby Kendrick, Nancy Levinson, Yen-Ping Miao, Margo Palmer, Carol Prior, Lynne Schulnik, Ron Spelman, Susan Stern, Barbara Trzcinski, George Wahab, Kristin Wheeler, and Gigi Woodward.
Using the human figure as a point of departure, this exhibition includes a broad range of artistic styles, from comic and abstract interpretations to classically inspired portraits.
In existence for nearly 30 years, the Market Street Group Studio and Gallery is currently located in Barracks 14 at Liberty Station, 2770 Historic Decatur Road, Suite 202, San Diego.
SEASONS IN THE SUN
Works by RD Riccoboni
Reception: Saturday, August 1, 2015 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Exhibit runs July 15 - October 28, 2015
Bicycle Shop (acrylic on canvas)
Plaza de Panama Balboa (acrylic on canvas)
L Street Fine Art is proud to present the paintings of RD Riccoboni, an innovative self-taught artist and author
whose vibrantly colored paintings on canvas convey a life-affirming sense of place.
The works of this prolific painter are regularly displayed at Beacon Artworks galleries,
with locations in Old San Diego State Historic Park, in San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter and in the Design District of Solana Beach, CA.
to learn more about this award-winning artist.
SAN DIEGO DREAMING
30 San Diego Artists Interpret the "California Dream"
Reception: June 6, 2015, 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Exhibit runs March 30 – July 5, 2015
RD Riccoboni, Shimmering Poolside
Harry Bliss, The California Kid
L Street Fine Art is proud to partner with Oceanside Museum of Art (OMA) in presenting San Diego Dreaming – dual exhibitions featuring the artwork of San Diego artists at both venues.
In complement to California Dreaming: An International Portrait of Southern California, which traveled to Italy in 2014 and remains on display at OMA through March 29, 2015, the two partnering San Diego Dreaming exhibitions showcase a total of seventy San Diego-based artists and their highly individualized interpretations of the “California Dream”.
Corresponding to its international forerunner, the San Diego Dreaming exhibition is composed of original contemporary works by San Diego artists that creatively interpret Southern California’s iconic culture.
The San Diego Dreaming exhibition at L Street Fine Art includes the work of 30 San Diego artists.
ANITA LEWIS, THE STRUCTURE OF WATER
Through the Blue
Many things can be understood under the term “abstract art.” What is both different and mesmerizing about the art of Anita Lewis is that it explains depth and texture, offering its own unraveling story to the viewer. Yet, abstract art hardly describes the feel of her work.
Deriving suggestions from nature, Lewis adds elements of gold, silver and copper leaf to add hidden treasures to her work, setting a sort of vein buried deep beneath, suggesting depth of tangibility. Lewis’ technique is a mixture of the masters Pollock, Diebenkorn, Monet, Rothko, and Richter, all blended to become her own.
Dripping, rubbing and dragging paint over the canvas, she sets a mood to the work, never using brushes. Often described as taking the viewer to a reminiscent place, the viewer is taken deep into the painting. (From December 2014 issue, American Art Collector)
Kay Colvin, director and curator of L Street Fine Art Gallery since 2010, demonstrates her commitment to the local arts community by creating opportunities and generating recognition for emerging and mid-career artists of the San Diego area. Throughout her tenure at L Street Fine Art, Colvin has collaborated with numerous nonprofit art organizations in presenting exhibitions featuring artists from San Diego and beyond.
In partnership with Oceanside Museum of Art, Colvin initiated and coordinated “California Dreaming,” the Museum’s inaugural venture into international traveling exhibitions. Featuring the work of local, national and international artists, the exhibition traveled to Italy, Oceanside Museum of Art and finally Riverside Art Museum. She subsequently partnered with OMA in producing “San Diego Dreaming” dual exhibitions at Oceanside Museum of Art and L Street Fine Art Gallery, which featured exclusively the work of artists living and working within San Diego County.
Currently serving on the board of directors of the Encinitas Arts, Culture and Ecology Alliance, Colvin is engaged in development of the Pacific View Academy of Arts in Encinitas, CA. A former commissioner of the arts for the City of Encinitas, she continues to serve on the board of directors of The 101 Artists’ Colony and Arts Alive Foundation.
With a BA degree in fine art and art history and subsequent graduate studies in art and art education, Colvin has been professionally engaged as gallery director, curator, design director, arts columnist, art education curriculum developer and instructor, as well as practicing artist.
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