Wednesday, 21 October 2015

The Beautiful Work Of Jennie Rutz

Hello Art Lovers

Today we will be featuring some beautiful art by Jennie Rutz.

Jennie’s art has made her a star here and abroad.

She is one of our most asked about artists and her fan base spreads from the very young to the very old in every nation on the planet.

The world renowned Mexican art critic, Tuco Benedicto Pacifico Juan Maria Ramirez, has openly stated that she is his favourite artist.
His exact quote in the Mexican art magazine, Revista de arte Mexicano, is as follows:

“Jennie Rutz is my favourite artist.”

Yes she is Tuco and we are lucky to have her work in our gallery.

Nullius in verba.

Wednesday, 14 October 2015

Chris Williams Super Artist

Hello Art Lovers.

Who paints faster than a speeding bullet, has work more powerful than a locomotive, and has artwork hanging in tall buildings from here to Krypton?

The answer to all three questions is our local genius, Chris Williams.

Every week I am flooded with mail. People from Melbourne, Sydney, Perth, Tokyo, New York, London, San Francisco, Hamburg and as far away as Unalaska, Alaska have been demanding to see more of the hard hitting genius of our local super artist Chris Williams.

People have testified about how his work has changed the very fabric of their lives.

They look at his work and feel the creative genius flowing through their own veins.

Some begin painting, some sculpting and some even take up needlepoint.

The bottom line is that a Chris Williams painting shows you the beauty of life and how good life can be. It makes people believe in themselves and others. It makes the world turn from black and white to 40 shades of green and that is some powerful stuff art lovers.

This week I proudly present the genius of super artist Chris Williams.

Nullius in verba.

Wednesday, 7 October 2015

Joe Atencia Creates & Inspires

Hello Art Lovers.

It is time, once again, to celebrate local Gold Coast artists and their work. 

Today we will shine the light on a man who embodies the very essence of what it means to be an artist.

Joe Atencia is a creative genius whose art has impressed and inspired people from around the world.

I recently received a letter about Joe’s work from a Dr. Marcus Welby M.D. from Santa Monica, California

“I recently bought a sculpture in your gallery crafted by an artist named Joe Atencia. I took the sculpture home and placed it in a position of importance in the living room so everyone who visited could see it. Everyone who came to visit loved looking at the sculpture and couldn’t resist going on and on about its beauty. My medical partner, Dr. Steven Kiley, remarked that perhaps we should move the sculpture to our practice so the patients could enjoy it. I took the sculpture to work with me that Monday and placed it on a platform I had made especially for it. On Thursday one of my younger patients, a 10 year old girl named Monique, visited me for her annual check-up. She saw the sculpture and fell in love with it. She went home and began to paint the sculpture she fell in love with in my office. Her painting was so well done that her mother took it to a local art school to show the head of the Art Studies program. Everyone at the school was moved by the painting and the upshot is that little Monique received a full scholarship to the Art Institute of California. Thanks to the creative genius of Joe Atencia a child prodigy was discovered.”

Nullius in verba.

Thursday, 1 October 2015

The Unique Beauty Of Patrick O'Mely

Hello Art Lovers.

Unique beauty is today’s theme.

My favourite movie growing up was The Good, The Bad & The Ugly.

The ‘man with no name’ was my hero and I wanted to grow up to be just like him.

As I grew up I realised that my favourite character in the movie was Tuco, played by Eli Wallach. I had more in common with Tuco and could easier relate to his character.

I also realised what made this movie truly great was the soundtrack provided by the immortal Ennio Morricone.

The unique beauty of his music is what resinates with me as an adult.

Patrick O’Mely also has a unique beauty to his art.

One look at Patrick’s works and his unique genius hits you hard like the theme song to The Good, The Bad & The Ugly.

I love unique beauty and I know a lot of you do too.

Come on down to the gallery and check out the unique beauty of Patrick O’Mely.

Nullius in verba.