CURRENT SHOW |13th ANNUAL CONTEMPORARY FIGURATIVE SHOW

Rem(n)ant by Kayla Becwar
Rem(n)ant by Kayla Becwar

In Recent years there has been an increase in the creation and acceptance of figurative art and that includes, promisingly, the acceptance of such work in the high-end market. But why do artist and collectors like art of the Human Form?  Simply put it is because art is a means of communicating human experiences, therefore human bodies are naturally depicted. The figurative form can be used as the ideal medium to convey a spectrum of ideas with which the viewer can resonate. The human figure has always been a common subject of visual art, "it forces the viewer to engage the artwork and enables the artist to express an entire range of ideas from the subtle to the intense". In the history of art the human figure bears, in different ways and through different periods in time, a huge significance, being the most direct means by which art can address the human condition.  We take pride in the fact that we are champions of figurative art and as this 13th annual exhibition shows we are not alone in this belief. 

The Contemporary Figurative show seeks to showcase the best artwork, selected Nationally and Internationally.

 

"Finding artistic and beauty in the human form is only natural "


 

 

 

Included Artist

 

Katherine Gaff
Karrie Baxley
William Lord
Ione Angilan
Melody Knowles
Gary Miller
Chick Curtis
Tony Armendariz
Christine De Staola
Thu Nguyen
Sharon Harper
Keith Johnson
Tarin Eicher
Jordan Jirschele
Carson Grubaugh
Kelly Asbury
Golria Gale
Kevin Bacher
Daniel Cosentino
Holly Bedrosian
Ronald Gonzalez
Bethany Panhorst
Robin VanHoozer
Connie Creek
Kevin Perkins
Scott Lewis
Dongwook Kim
Ryan Delgado
Kwanza Humphrey
Carolyn Mimbs
David Marcet
Benjamin Parks
Karen Cooper
Jason Balducci
Erik Durant
Brandi Hofer
Diana Unrein
Bob Mathews
June August
Craig Cully
Terri Jordan
Calos Sullivan
Evee Erb
McCormick Brubaker
Barbara Johansen Newman
Kayla Becwar
Arena Shawn
Henry Andrew Thomas
Ron Ladzinski