Collectors Gallery

DANA OLDFATHER

By choosing when to show gravity, perspective, atmosphere, and light, Dana Oldfather creates impossible object/environments and emotes through them. She proposes a multidimensional diagram of anxiety and the desire to overcome it. Through these paintings Oldfather is able to transform her feelings of dread and insecurity into something physical, tangible, and beautiful; a bittersweet beauty that is brightened by the shadow it casts. Oldfather is trying to come to terms with the belief that this is the best of all possible worlds; the possibility that beauty’s fullest potential is achieved by coming through darkness.

Dana Oldfather
Hazy Melty, 2017
Oil, acrylic, ink and spray paint on linen
34” x 42”
SOLD

Dana Oldfather
Pelvis, 2017
Oil, acrylic, ink and spray paint on linen
34” x 42”
$4,000

Dana Oldfather
Collision, 2017
Oil, spray paint and resin on carbon fiber
30” x 30”
$3,500

Dana Oldfather
Unfolding 1, 2017
Oil, spray paint and resin on carbon fiber
12” x 12”
$1,200

Dana Oldfather
Unfolding 2, 2017
Oil, spray paint and resin on carbon fiber
12” x 12”
$1,200

Dana Oldfather
Unfolding 3, 2017
Oil, spray paint and resin on carbon fiber
12” x 12”
$1,200

DALEK

As a self-taught painter, Dalek, is continuously fine tuning his skills using the basic building blocks of painting. As his usage of color has evolved, so too has his depiction of space and depth. Dalek’s current body of work uses simple techniques and flat colors to convey movement and energy. For him, each painting is an exploration and an opportunity to learn and improve his craft.

Dalek
Untitled, 2017
Acrylic on wood
30” x 30”
$5,000

Dalek
Untitled, 2017
Acrylic on wood
30” x 30”
$3,500

Dalek
Untitled, 2017
Acrylic on wood
24” x 24”
$3,000

Dalek
Untitled, 2017
Acrylic on wood
12” x 12”
$1,600

MIKAEL B

Mikael Brandrup’s work is unbound – it flows across the graphic footprint of wild-style graffiti to merge with bold colors, graphic shapes, and painterly brushstrokes. Woven together, each piece creates a dynamic universe filled with volcanic energy, uncompromising attitude, and inherent candidness ultimately inviting each person to interpret the work. It is through each piece that he creates a universe in which everything is possible, a haven where thoughts can wander and the gaze can be bewildered, concerns and negative thoughts can disappear so we can just be.

Mikael B
Dualdrive, 2017
Acrylic and spray on canvas
40” x 40”
SOLD

Mikael B
Slow Motion, 2017
Acrylic and spray on wood panel
20” x 20”
$1,785

Mikael B
Deep Dive, 2017
Acrylic and spray on wood panel
20” x 20”
$1,785

Mikael B
Virtual Light, 2017
Acrylic and spray on canvas
48” x 30”
SOLD

Mikael B
Silhouettes, 2017
Acrylic and spray on canvas
48” x 40”
$5,900

RACHEL STRUM

Rachel Strum’s work investigates the relationship of abstract and representational, elusive vs. tangible, and the realms that exist in between. On the cusp of vivid landscapes, her newest series is inspired by the universal constants of transition, growth, and adaptation. Through the use of bold colors and a mixture of mediums, she finds content through building and subtracting layers of information. Ultimately, Strum’s work is the exploration of duality and the tension that resides between the inner and the outer, the raw & the cooked, the fresh and the decayed and ultimately, nature vs culture.

Rachel Strum
Chasm, 2017
Acrylic and spray paint on panel
8” x 10”
SOLD

Rachel Strum
Bluff, 2017
Acrylic and spray paint on panel
8” x 10”
SOLD

Rachel Strum
Beacon, 2017
Acrylic and spray paint on panel
8” x 10”
SOLD

Rachel Strum
Portal, 2017
Acrylic and spray paint on panel
24” x 30”
$1,275

RICKY WATTS

Ricky Watts equates painting to an emotional rollercoaster of highs and lows. The highs are exhilarating, full of new ideas and break-throughs. Watt’s goal is to stay on that positive wave as long as possible. With a positive mental attitude, painting stays fun, not forced, and he looks forward to getting into the studio everyday. These works are the highest he has felt in two years and he says he “finally feels like I’ve opened a new door and I can’t wait to explore the other side.”

Ricky Watts
Withering Prisms, 2017
Acrylic on wood panel
12” x 12”
$800

Ricky Watts
Psychedelic Pipeline, 2017
Acrylic on stretched canvas
16” x 20”
$1,600

Ricky Watts
Crisp Tension, 2017
Acrylic on stretched canvas
16” x 20”
$1,600

Ricky Watts
Awaken, 2017
Acrylic on stretched canvas
24” x 36”
$5,150

IAN ROSS

Ian Ross created this series to transport the viewers into the depth of his “hyperorganic” process and aesthetic. He see’s his work as a complex jungle, one that requires time to truly appreciate. With patience each brushstroke becomes a leaf, a tooth, a tear or perhaps an eye. By letting go of the need to identify a subject, viewers are transported to a jungle trail with a new mystery around each corner. Ross see the solutions as infinite and the forms in his work are suggestive of a relationship with nature and a need for a healthy life.

Ian Ross
Temple of the Doves, 2017
Acrylic spray paint on canvas
36” x 60”
$6,500

Ian Ross
Maple Gate, 2017
Acrylic and spray paint on canvas
36″ x 48″
$4,200

Ian Ross
Cliff Top, 2017
Acrylic and spray paint on canvas
36″ x 48″
$4,200

Ian Ross
Ayu Brown, 2017
Acrylic and spray paint on canvas
20” x 20”
$1,400

Ian Ross
Ayu Red, 2017
Acrylic and spray paint on canvas
20″ x 20″
$1,400

Ian Ross
Ayu Blue, 2017
Acrylic and spray paint on canvas
20″ x 20″
$1,400

CARL CASHMAN

United Kingdom based artist, Carl Cashman, calls his work “Neometry”, for its obvious connection of neon and geometry. His concepts are created with pen and paper, as he prefers the craft of draftsmanship to computer based rendering. For this exhibit, Cashman has produced a series a work highlighting his signature elements and shapes to create a powerful visual language.

Carl Cashman
A Duvet Full of Bricks, 2017
Acrylic on Wood
16” x 16”
$650

Carl Cashman
Apocalyptic Gabba, 2017
Acrylic on Wood
24” x 24”
$900

Carl Cashman
Tin Foil Rain, 2017
Acrylic on Wood
12” x 12”
$500