Conny Hatch, Ode to O'Keefe, 2016, Found Object Assemblage, 24x18
Ted Polomis, Lactose Intolerant, Oil on Panel, 11x20
Daniel Fleming, The Lot, 2014, Acrylic on Canvas, 36x50
Carlos Ramirez, Forsythia Blooms Along the Driveway, 2016, Acrylic and Ink on Canvas, 46x54
Helen Shulman, Shipment, 2015, Oil, Cold Wax and Fabric on Panel, 8x8
Cherie Mittenthal, Tulips with Chair, 2016, Encaustic and Mixed Media on Panel, 36x24
Rose Masterpol, Watermark, 2015, Acrylic on Canvas, 60x60
Susan Burnstine, In Passage, Hand Varnished Archival Pigment Print
Giles Ford, Memories, 2013, Oil on Panel, 24x18
Deborah Martin, The Surfcomber, 2014, Oil on Canvas, 36x36, South Beach, FL
Tamiko Kawata, AM Horizon, 2013, Safety Pins, Acrylic and Canvas, 30x30
Currently exhibiting at Kobalt Gallery: “People, Places and Past Times” featuring new work by painter Milenko Katic’. Katic’, who has lived in Virginia since 1989, has logged many miles up and down the east coast and eastern interior states collecting memories of the places he has stopped and the people he’s met along the way. His paintings reflect those countless impressions left to his interpretation – some with whimsy, others with satire, and still others a caricature of every day life. Join us for the opening reception of “People, Places and Past Times” from 7-9pm on Friday July 22nd. The show runs through July 28th.
Up next: “American Dream”, artist Jon Davenport’s first solo exhibition at Kobalt. Davenport’s confident use of the paintbrush combines with his skills in digital art, illustration and photography in creating compositions that celebrate iconic imagery from the past infused with the artist’s contemporary edge.
View our entire exhibition schedule right HERE and mark your calendars! Kobalt will be presenting new solo exhibitions every week throughout July.
New work is arriving almost daily, and our inventory is flush with the latest from all of our artists. Stop by or view available work right HERE.