Alex describes the intricate detail work in his jewelry as universal with a focus on basic forms, structures and textures. I stopped making sketches years ago, he said. I imagine the piece I want to make in my head, and the hands work by themselves. Sometimes I get surprised at what comes out.
Alex begins with a wax model, which is eventually cast in 18kt gold, or platinum and then hand-finished. “I have no technical secrets,” says Sepkus. “The main trick is in the very intricate manual work that goes into the process. I can explain the process to everybody. But at the same time, I don’t think that I have ever seen a copy of my work somewhere. It is just so labor intensive.” In fact, Sepkus has developed his own specialized tools to achieve the textures that make his pieces so recognizable.
Alex’s jewelry is now available in our online shop. Special Orders also available.
Browse our online inventory today!
Art Makes A House a Home
Saturday April 7
Show continues through May 5 with a lecture on Friday April 6th at 1 PM
Hear expert Barbara Krai ASID Interior Designer and Award winning Artist Margaret Juul speak on the importance of Art and Design.
If you missed the Hessam show, know that we have a lovely IN STOCK selection for you to view and collect!
The Small Works Show and Sale Continues, gorgeous smaller pieces for your hard to find spots.
Here’s a few for you! And, Hessam Abrishami will be here in the gallery for the opening on February 24th from 6-8 PM!
In the meantime, don’t forget your Valentine!!!
We have great gifts for your sweetheart. Art, art glass, jewelry, we have it all!
You’ll make a great impression with the gift of art!
Upcoming show Schedule:
“Good Things Come In Small Packages!!”
A group show of small works with a big impact.
Opening reception Thursday, January 18th from 3-7 PM
The show continues through February 17th.
Next up: Hessam Abrishami!
Opening Night Reception With the Artist in Attendance February 24th
Reception from 6-8 PM
Meet the artist and hear about her journey!
Helen Zarin hails from the ancient metropolis of Shiraz, Persia, which is home to poets, writers, architects, gardens, world famous pistachios, and the internationally acclaimed Shiraz red wine grapes.
Helen grew up as an Orthodox Jew in a Muslim land. This presented her with many challenges and difficulties. Helen can remember beginning to paint at the early age of five. Showing talent, her influential family encouraged her to invest in her artistic endeavors.
As a high school student, she studied with the well-known Persian artist and teacher, Saber. Later she enrolled in the Art and Culture Society, a national organization for gifted Persian artists. As a student of art and culture, she refined her skills in the various mediums, especially pastels and oils. Helen was recognized by the Iranian Society and earned many national awards for her works.
Conditions in her native country eventually compelled Helen to turn elsewhere for creative nourishment. “Hard work and talent are not enough for an artist to progress and blossom; creative freedom in the right atmosphere is essential”, she remarked. In the pursuit of these artistic prerequisites, she journeyed first to Europe where she displayed her works in Vienna before coming to the U.S. in 1993.
Her painting style delves into the impressionistic with abstract elements of bold color. Her sweeping brush strokes flow across her paintings pouring the emotion of love, intimacy, joy and angst onto her canvases.
Helen has acquired a worldwide following of collectors. In 2104 her work was included in an exhibition at the Mizel Judaic Museum in Denver Colorado and hung with the work of Chagall and other notable Jewish artists.
Helen brings to the gallery a body of new work which will include her concept of dance, music, abstracts, flowers and atmospheric landscapes. Zarin shares her artistic vision to the world despite all odds.
Original Art Trunk Show 6 August 26 through September 16
Collectors, art enthusiasts, designers, come and browse through hundreds of the latest original works of art by today’s hottest artists. Paintings on Canvas, Board, and Panel, Metal and glass wall art….so much more.
Appointments are recommended. Call us at 727-725-1808 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Come enjoy the very best of our favorite artists!
The gallery walls are filled with our premier artists’ works in a diverse range of mediums and techniques. The show features the new abstract series of paintings by Maya Eventov, the hyper -realism, still life wine prints by Thomas Arvid and the paint and collage shadow boxes of Craig Alan.
Also on display the expressionistic images of Hessam Abrishami, abstract work of Aleta Pippin and faces and figures of Helen Zarin.
New glass artist to the gallery is Richard Satava who is known for his incredibly stunning hand blown glass forms. His jellyfish are collected by glass enthusiast from all over the world.
Summer Showcase Collection Hours are Monday Through Friday 9:30 – 5 and Saturday 10 -3 ,