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Steven Alexander, Untitled (P3-18), Oil and acrylic on paper, 10 x 8 inches. Framed blue box with pink and yellow edges. Textured dark eyes and lines that separate the other colors. Steven Alexander is an American artist who makes abstract paintings characterized by luminous color, sensuous surfaces and iconic configurations.

Steven Alexander

Untitled (P3-18), 2018

Oil and acrylic on paper

 10 x 8 inches

Steven Alexander, Arcade 8, 2018, Oil and acrylic on linen, 42 x 36 inches, Signed and titled on the verso, Vertical rectangles in pink, lilac, purple and navy blue, Steven Alexander is an American artist who makes abstract paintings characterized by luminous color, sensuous surfaces and iconic configurations.

Steven Alexander

Arcade 8, 2018

Oil and acrylic on linen

42 x 36 inches

 Signed and titled on the verso

Steven Alexander   Untitled (P5-17), 2017   Oil and acrylic on paper   10 x 8 inches

Steven Alexander 

Untitled (P5-17), 2017 

Oil and acrylic on paper 

10 x 8 inches 

Steven Alexander, P2-18, Oil and acrylic on paper, 10 x 8 inches. Two vertical rectangles in purple and yellow that are divided by green and magenta stripes of color.  Steven Alexander is an American artist who makes abstract paintings characterized by luminous color, sensuous surfaces and iconic configurations.

Steven Alexander

P2-18, 2018

Oil and acrylic on paper

 10 x 8 inches

Steven Alexander, Is & Was 25, 2017, Oil and acrylic on linen,60 x 50 inches, 6 Vertical rectangles in purple, blue and green, split in the middle with a pink stripe. Steven Alexander is an American artist who makes abstract paintings characterized by luminous color, sensuous surfaces and iconic configurations.

Steven Alexander

Is & Was 25, 2017

Oil and acrylic on linen

60 x 50 inches

Steven Alexander   Untitled (P5-18), 2018  Oil and acrylic on paper   10 x 8 inches

Steven Alexander 

Untitled (P5-18), 2018

Oil and acrylic on paper 

10 x 8 inches 

Frank Bowling, Fair Maid, 2009, Acrylic on canvas  68 x 25 inches, Abstract vertical painting with outlined spheres. Frank Bowling is interested in abstract paintings that use a color palette from his home country of Guyana.

Frank Bowling

Fair Maid, 2009

Acrylic on canvas

68 x 25 inches

Stanley Boxer, Roansplaywitnessofday, 1980, Oil on Linen, 50 x 18 inches, Large abstract painting with multi colored strokes over an off white background. Stanley Boxer was known for abstract work that was painted thickly. His work is part of the permanent collections of many museums.

Stanley Boxer

Roansplaywitnessofday, 1980

Oil on Linen

50 x 18 inches

Dan Christensen, Cancun, 2000, Acrylic on canvas, 94 x 43 inches, Signed, titled, and dated on the verso, Abstract and action based work with black, white and dots of color, Dan Christensen pushes the limits of paint and pictorial form creating works that are Post-Painterly Abstraction with methods of action painting and Abstract Expressionism.

Dan Christensen

Cancun, 2000

Acrylic on canvas

94 x 43 inches

Signed, titled, and dated on the verso

Lisa Corinne Davis, Quixotic Rationale, 2017, Oil on canvas, 40 X 30-1/2 inches, Thick blue grid lines with a curving yellow line and maroon boxes on top, Lisa Corinne Davis’s paintings show her fluency in adapting abstract forms to express meaning.

Lisa Corinne Davis

Quixotic Rationale, 2017

Oil on canvas

40 X 30-1/2 inches

Lisa Corinne Davis, Phantasmal Placement, 2018, Oil on canvas, 48 X 36 inches, Grey background with twisting lines on top of a square grid, Lisa Corinne Davis’s paintings show her fluency in adapting abstract forms to express meaning.

Lisa Corinne Davis

Phantasmal Placement, 2018

Oil on canvas

48 X 36 inches, 

Herbert Gentry, And a Star, 1978, Watercolor and acrylic on paper 23 x 32 inches, Signed lower left Gentry. Abstract portrait with blue, green and yellow brushstrokes. Herbert Gentry painted in a semi-figural abstract style, suggesting images of humans, masks, animals and objects caught in a web of circular brush strokes, encompassed by flat, bright color.

Herbert Gentry

And a Star,1978

Watercolor and acrylic on paper

 23 x 32 inches

Signed lower left Gentry

Herbert Gentry, One Plus Two, 1983, Acrylic on canvas,  24 x 20 inches, Signed lower right: Gentry. Abstract portrait with deep blues and red.. Herbert Gentry painted in a semi-figural abstract style, suggesting images of humans, masks, animals and objects caught in a web of circular brush strokes, encompassed by flat, bright color.

Herbert Gentry

One Plus Two, 1983

Acrylic on canvas

24 x 20 inches

Signed lower right: Gentry

Herbert Gentry, Cityscape (probably Paris), 1960, Oil on paper, 21-1/2 x 16-1/4, inches lower right. Abstract cityscape painting with thick paint strokes and a warm gradient background. Herbert Gentry painted in a semi-figural abstract style, suggesting images of humans, masks, animals and objects caught in a web of circular brush strokes, encompassed by flat, bright color.

Herbert Gentry

Cityscape (probably Paris), 1960

Oil on paper

 21-1/2 x 16-1/4

Teo Gonzalez, Arch/Horizon Painting 3, 2015, Acrylic on canvas over board, 42 x 36 inches. Off-white and dark grey background with signature grid on top. Teo Gonzalez was born in Spain, and his signature style are works that consist of thousands of drops of water, arranged into a grid pattern, inside of which a small amount of ink or enamel was dropped and left to dry.

Teo Gonzalez

 Arch/Horizon Painting 3, 2015

 Acrylic on canvas over board

42 x 36 inches

Teo Gonzalez, Arch/Horizon Painting 1, 2015, Acrylic on canvas over board, 24 x 24inches. Orange and dark maroon background with signature grid on top. Teo Gonzalez was born in Spain, and his signature style are works that consist of thousands of drops of water, arranged into a grid pattern, inside of which a small amount of ink or enamel was dropped and left to dry.

Teo Gonzalez

 Arch/Horizon Painting 1, 2015

Acrylic on canvas over board

 24 x 24inches

Teo Gonzalez, Arch/Horizon Painting 6, 2016, Acrylic on canvas over board, 48 x 48 inches. Sky blue and dark red background with signature grid on top. Teo Gonzalez was born in Spain, and his signature style are works that consist of thousands of drops of water, arranged into a grid pattern, inside of which a small amount of ink or enamel was dropped and left to dry.

Teo Gonzalez

Arch/Horizon Painting 6, 2016

Acrylic on canvas over board

 48 x 48 inches

Felrath Hines, Accent, 1985, Oil on canvas, 30 x 36 inches. Light blue canvas with dark blue and white geometric triangular shapes. Felrath Hines worked to create universal visual idioms from a place of complex personal experience. His figurative and cubist-style artwork morphed into soft-edged organic abstracts as he grappled with hues in his chosen oil medium.

Felrath Hines

Accent, 1985

Oil on canvas

30 x 36 inches

Felrath Hines, Landscape, 1965, Oil on canvas, 60 x 60 inches. Abstract work with organic flat strokes and muted blue and orange tones. Felrath Hines worked to create universal visual idioms from a place of complex personal experience. His figurative and cubist-style artwork morphed into soft-edged organic abstracts as he grappled with hues in his chosen oil medium.

Felrath Hines

Landscape,1965

Oil on canvas

60 x 60 inches

Felrath Hines, Flowers, 1961, Oil on canvas, 20 x 24 inches, Abstract painting of flowers with soft painterly grey background and darker grey and red organic flower petal shapes. Felrath Hines worked to create universal visual idioms from a place of complex personal experience. His figurative and cubist-style artwork morphed into soft-edged organic abstracts as he grappled with hues in his chosen oil medium.

Felrath Hines

Flowers, 1961

Oil on canvas

20 x 24 inches

Felrath Hines   Hieroglyphic, 1985   Oil on canvas   40 x 52 inches

Felrath Hines 

Hieroglyphic, 1985 

Oil on canvas 

40 x 52 inches 

Felrath Hines   Untitled, 1976   Oil on canvas   24 x 20 inches

Felrath Hines 

Untitled, 1976 

Oil on canvas 

24 x 20 inches 

Catherine Howe, Mica Painting (iris), 2016, acrylic and interference silver/gold mica pigments on canvas,  60 x 48 inches. Abstract work with light silver and gold colors and large gestural brush strokes. Catherine Howe has produced sumptuously inviting yet socially-decadent conflations made in the name of painterly reflection. She has painted some variation of expressionist figuration, usually with readily-apparent allusions to art history.

Catherine Howe

Mica Painting (iris), 2016

 acrylic and interference silver/gold mica pigments on canvas

60 x 48 inches. 

Catherine Howe, "Carborundum and Silver (violet)", 2016  36 x 36 inches, acrylic, carborundum grit, encaustic, metal leaf, on canvas. Abstract work with movement and gestural strokes on the canvas in black, grey and silver. Catherine Howe has produced sumptuously inviting yet socially-decadent conflations made in the name of painterly reflection. She has painted some variation of expressionist figuration, usually with readily-apparent allusions to art history.

Catherine Howe

Carborundum and Silver (violet), 2016

36 x 36 inches

Acrylic, carborundum grit, encaustic, metal leaf, on canvas

Ronnie Landfield,  Butterfly of Winter, 1985,  Acrylic on canvas,  79 x 86 inches. Abstract painting with soft pastel hues that get darker toward the bottom of the canvas. Ronnie Landfield’s inspiration comes from spirituality and feeling. She feels as though modern painting is fueled by the combination of tradition and the realities of a modern life. She uses color to express her feelings.

 Ronnie Landfield

Butterfly of Winter, 1985

Acrylic on canvas

  79 x 86 inches

Sam Middleton, Byrd, 1967, Mixed media collage, 12-1/2 x 19 inches, Signed and dated lower right. Multi-layered abstract work with varying pieces of paper with type, gestural marks and paint splatters. Sam Middleton was one of the leading 20th-century American artists, and is a mixed-media collage artist.

Sam Middleton

Byrd, 1967

Mixed media collage

 12-1/2 x 19 inches

 Signed and dated lower right

Sam Middleton, Adagio, 1988 Mixed media collage, 20 1/2 x 30 1/4 inches,  Signed and dated lower right. Abstract work with checkered squares, primary colors, and organic shapes. Sam Middleton was one of the leading 20th-century American artists, and is a mixed-media collage artist.

Sam Middleton

Adagio, 1988

Mixed media collage

20 1/2 x 30 1/4 inches

 Signed and dated lower right

Sam Middleton, Concerto, 1983  Mixed Media on paper  20 x 30 inches  Signed and dated lower right. Abstract work with geometric squares, angled lines and spheres. Sam Middleton was one of the leading 20th-century American artists, and is a mixed-media collage artist.

Sam Middleton

Concerto, 1983 

Mixed Media on paper

20 x 30 inches  

Signed and dated lower right

Sam Middleton, Ella, 1998,  Mixed media and collage on paper,  30-1/2 x 42-1/4,  Signed dna dated lower right. Collage with  blue, grey, and white layered over typography. Sam Middleton was one of the leading 20th-century American artists, and is a mixed-media collage artist.

Sam Middleton

Ella, 1998

Mixed media and collage on paper

 30-1/2 x 42-1/4

Signed and dated lower right

Sam Middleton, Slashes of Sound, 1967, Mixed media collage, 9-1/2 x 12 inches, Lower center and dated, Middleton 67, Vibrant collage with red, green and yellow paint on top of music notes. Sam Middleton was one of the leading 20th-century American artists, and is a mixed-media collage artist.

Sam Middleton

Slashes of Sound, 1967

Mixed media collage

 9-1/2 x 12 inches

 Lower center and dated, Middleton 67

Katherine Parker, Chute, Oil on canvas, 48 x 48 inches, Abstract painting with various hues of blue and rectangular marks , Katherine Parker is known for her large vividly painted canvases which are characterized by layers of stumbled and abraded oil paint.

Katherine Parker

 Chute, 2010

 Oil on canvas

48 x 48 inches

Katherine Parker, All that Follows, 2018, Oil on canvas, 60 x 60 inches. Abstract work with light blue, white and darker blue organic and gestural shapes. Katherine Parker is known for her large vividly painted canvases which are characterized by layers of stumbled and abraded oil paint.

Katherine Parker

 All that Follows, 2018,

Oil on canvas

 60 x 60 inches

Louise P. Sloane, Dangerzone, 2018, Acrylic paints and pastes on linen, 44 x 40 inches, rectangle and a central square (magenta, and yellow) with personal text written in orange and dark red over the squares to create three dimensional texture. Louise P. Sloane has been creating abstract paintings since 1974. Her works focus on geometric forms while celebrating color and texture.

Louise P. Sloane

Dangerzone, 2018

 Acrylic paints and pastes on linen

 44 x 40 inches

Louise P. Sloane, Labor Day, 2018, Acrylic paint and pastes on linen, 48 x 36 inches, Signed, titled and dated on the verso, four rectangles and a central square (different shades of pink with blue) and personal text written over the squares to create three dimensional texture. Louise P. Sloane has been creating abstract paintings since 1974.

Louise P. Sloane

 Labor Day, 2018

Acrylic paint and pastes on linen

 48 x 36 inches

 Signed, titled and dated on the verso,

Louise P. Sloane, Burner, 2018, Acrylic paints and pastes on linen, 36 x 36 inches, four rectangles and a central square (blue, purple, pink and green edge) with personal text written in pink over the squares to create three dimensional texture. Louise P. Sloane has been creating abstract paintings since 1974. Her works focus on geometric forms while celebrating color and texture.

Louise P. Sloane

Burner, 2018

Acrylic paints and pastes on linen

 36 x 36 inches

Heidi Spector, My Clarity II, 2019

Heidi Spector

My Clarity II, 2019

Liquitex with resin on Birch panel

12 x 12 x 2 inches

Heidi Spector, Boss' Life, 2018, Liquitex with resin on Birch panel, 34 x 14 x 2 inches, Signed, titled and dated on the verso, Vertical panel with colorful cubes set in a glass-like surface, Heidi Spector creates geometric minimalist art inspired by musical rhythms that are composed of repetitive cubes in candy-like colors that vibrate.

Heidi Spector

Boss' Life, 2018

Liquitex with resin on Birch panel

34 x 14 x 2 inches

Signed, titled and dated on the verso

Heidi Spector, My Clarity III, 2019

Heidi Spector

My Clarity III, 2019

Liquitex with resin on Birch panel

12 x 12 x 2 inches

Bob Thompson, Spazz, Provincetown, 1959, Oil on board, 51 x 63 inches, Signed lower right, Abstract work with orange, blue and yellow, Bob Thompson is recognized for the vibrancy of his paintings and influence to successive generations of artists.

Bob Thompson

 Spazz, Provincetown, 1959

 Oil on board

 51 x 63 inches

Diane Walker-Gladney, Racoon Dance Party, 2018, Acrylic and graphite on canvas, 48 x 36 inches, Abstract work with multiple hues of blue and turquoise, Diane Walker-Gladney celebrates and paints her childhood experiences and insignificant moments that she feels defines her story.

Diane Walker-Gladney

 Racoon Dance Party, 2018

Acrylic and graphite on canvas

 48 x 36 inches

Diane Walker-Gladney, Silly Hour,  Acrylic and graphite on canvas,  48 X 36 inches. Abstract work with grey, yellow, dark maroon and blue colors organically and gesturally painted. Diane Walker-Gladney celebrates and paints her childhood experiences and insignificant moments that she feels defines her story.

Diane Walker-Gladney

 Silly Hour, 2018

 Acrylic and graphite on canvs

  48 X 36 inches