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Title: #Whistle While You Work.2
Artist: Lisa Alonzo
Title: #Whistle While You Work.5
Artist: Lisa Alonzo
Title: #Whistle While You Work.8
Artist: Lisa Alonzo
Title: A Fragment of Hell
Artist: Bart Johnson
Title: A Quiet Immersion
Artist: Duane Slick
Title: Aerie Faerie
Artist: Neil Gall
Title: Albacore
Artist: William Allan
American born painter, William Allan, is a modernist who creates surreal and abstract images. His goal is to make the familiar unfamiliar through juxtaposition. He says he is less interested in making something entirely new than he is in changing what is already there. Besides painting, his other pastime is fishing. “Albacore” is part of a series influenced by his love of fishing. Watercolors of fish are displayed alongside simple stories also written by Allan,illuminating metaphors that are open to interpretation by the viewer.
Title: Alien II
Artist: Rose B Simpson
Title: All Means Necessary
Artist: Chris Ryniak
Title: All Wounds Are Superficial
Artist: Allison Sommers
Title: All You Can Eat With Pre-Columbian Twinkie
Artist: Dennis Culver
Title: Amp Head
Artist: Bob Dob
Inspired by his memories from childhood, painter Bob Dob creates narrative paintings that show the darker side of humanity. The paintings won’t feel nostalgic but they will strike a chord with people who grew up as outsiders. As a young man in the 1990’s, Dob was involved with the skate and punk music scene in Los Angeles. This influence manifests in motifs that reference music and adolescent counterculture.
Title: Amy Winehouse
Artist: Bart Johnson
Title: An Experiment Out of Hand II
Artist: Theo Voorzaat
Title: Anatomical Heart
Artist: Unknown
Title: Anatomical Heart
Artist: Nicolas Henri Jacob
Title: Anatomical Skull
Artist: Unknown
Title: Annunciation II
Artist: Alice Briggs
Title: Asi Terminamos
Artist: Gunter Pall
Title: Atoms par le Pace 10547
Artist: Eric Nitsche
Nitsche was a pioneer in the design of books, annual reports, and other printed material that relied on meticulous attention to the details of page composition, the elegance of simple type presentation, and the juxtaposition of elements on a page. His hallmarks were impeccably clear design, brilliant colors, smart typography, and an adherence to particular geometric foundations. Nitsche is best known for his historic relationship with the engineering company General Dynamics. He designed a breakthrough series of posters, in addition to designing their corporate image, annual reports, and advertising. He was hired as art director for General Dynamics and savored designing technical data for such things as hydraulic systems and cross-sections of airplanes.