Altamira Fine Art Scottsdale is pleased to present new work from six gallery artists, just in time for the holidays.
Join us to celebrate this season and see the new show at the annual Holiday ArtWalk, Thursday December 12, 6:30-9pm.
This is the season of celebration and reflection. A season, yes, but also a state of mind, as our stable of artists embody. With each piece, they wrangle the transcendent into visual form. Beyond talent and technique, they testify to the profundity of presence and patience, all in service to an abiding belief in wild wisdom. So this holiday season, please join us as we celebrate our artists for manifesting grace and gratitude in the artworks they share with us.
“These paintings revolve around ideas of transition, seasons and brevity. They stem from inspirations that are always in motion, and in all of this letting go and holding on there is the hope of inner stillness and the renewal that comes with every breath and every sunrise.”
“Nature provides warmth when we least expect it.”
“Ideally, a painting just tells me when it’s done, with some coming together in a week while some take months or even years to feel right.”
“I want people to see or notice the poetry in the small moment, where the faded turquoise paint and the rust and the sparkle on the chrome all come together. I want them to see how the play of light and shadow and translucency can make a beautiful instant out of something as mundane as laundry hanging on a line.”
"I strive to paint how something makes me feel, and reflect the impressions left on me, upon the canvas. I don’t force my subject matter or manufacture it. I allow things to come to me. I allow things to stop me. As a keen observer, my art celebrates the art of me being struck by the natural beauty I see and feel in the world.”
"I choose subjects other people might overlook, and when I put it into the square of the canvas it becomes something else. It takes on a life of its own."
Contact the gallery for pricing and details: 480-949-1256, firstname.lastname@example.org.
More artwork added soon!