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November 21, 2022 - March 21, 2023

Local Art For Sale Near Me : Los Angeles: November 21, 2022 - March 21, 2023

Browse this curated selection of artworks made in LA and available for pick-up or delivery in LA.

Erin Hammond's free-form abstract expressionism paintings express her inner, subjective realities. In her paintings, Hammond explores color, form, and composition saturated with overlapping shapes and dynamic markings. Her original artworks emphasize deeply thoughtful introspection and the softness of women in a moment of contemplation and reflection. 

Los Angeles artist Amber Goldhammer paints dramatic abstract compositions in acrylic on canvas featuring energetic brushstrokes. Goldhammer uses her contemporary paintings to express emotions akin to silent poetry while drawing inspiration for her palette from the layered world around her. Her artworks include layered textures and playful details along the surfaces. 

Eddy Lee’s figurative surrealist portrait paintings on exposed wood depict emotive sirens who evoke a sense of mystery and seductiveness. His original artworks combine geometric elements with innocent women portraits seeking to trigger emotions, rather than communicating specific explanations. He reconciles the unconscious with rational life, exploring the power of dreams, embracing automatism, and freeing his subjects from the constraints of conscious thought. This colorful, intriguing woman portrait is painted with acrylic and gouache on a hand-built cradled wood panel. 

Danny Brown’s artworks allocate an intrinsic connection between himself and the diverse communities occupying Los Angeles. Brown combines art history, streetwear trends, and pop art symbolism to create a signature style with a soft and fun, yet edgy character. He is willing to address a very unique point of view about social issues of our day with unmistakable perspectives. His artworks have the potential to influence a new generation of artists, incorporating diversity and respect for varying cultures.

Clara Berta’s acrylic and mixed-media paintings blend texture and color to create harmony, mystery, and depth on the painted surface. Her paintings transform spaces into Zen environments where one can quiet a cluttered mind and enjoy beauty every day. Clara Berta’s paintings explore themes such as the ebb and flow of memory, the significance of personal heritage, the passing of physical time, desire, grief, and love. 

With cultural icons and world events acting as inspiration, artist Soren Grau strives to communicate meaning through figures and colors. He paints in a street art-inspired Neo-expressionist style inspired by artists such as Keith Haring and Jean-Michel Basquiat. Grau's work engages the viewer with color and symbolism, inviting each person to unscramble the mystery behind his paintings. He explores social commentary and individuality using bold colors and emotive lines. 

Barcelona native artist Raul de la Torre's vibrant abstract mixed media artworks pay homage to material. De La Torre allows the materials to take over during the process and collaborates with the unexpected to create works that speak to the natures of dynamism and unity. Experimentation with different materials, textures and techniques in each of his paintings has been a point of discovery and a major part of Raul de la Torre’s work. In his Fils I Colors series he attempts to find the third dimension through the use of different materials. 

Los Angeles artist Marc Raphael is influenced by the New York abstract expressionism of the 1940s and 50s. After encountering Jackson Pollock’s work for the first time in the 90s, Raphael was enraptured by the scale, energy, color, and abstraction, awakening his creative spirit. Raphael's painting technique combines the movement of his body, the viscous flow of paint, the force of gravity, and the absorption of paint into the canvas in a mixture of controllable and uncontrollable factors. 

Michael Giliberti’s original artworks are characterized by vivid colors and powerful compositions. His work exemplifies Modernism and in particular modern wall art. The inspirations of his mixed media artworks are his own photographs. He mixes aspects from several photographs and carefully separates the patterns of color that he sees in his photos. He translates these into a complex layering of acrylic paint onto the canvas to add depth with new color combinations and subtle textures. As a result, each artwork evolves and changes from the first stroke to the last. 

Capturing fragments of dreams, memories, and emotions in her surrealist paintings, Taiwanese-American artist Amy Tai blends cultures within her soft and sensual imagery. Tai is fascinated by the intersection of waking life and the dream state through the lens of the female psyche. Often guided by the mingling of her personal memories and reveries, she paints using acrylic, gouache, and ink.

Robert Lebsack creates artworks using mixed media with ink, acrylic, and charcoal on archival copies of newspaper, textbooks, or sheet music. His street art tends to focus on social and cultural issues using bits and pieces of headlines, articles, and ads as the background. Lebsack layers human subjects and thought-provoking landscapes, using the confrontation between his subjects and a surreal background to address societal trends, such as materialism, loneliness, changing environments, and isolation. His paintings have been exhibited and collected worldwide, including New York, Singapore, Zurich, Los Angeles, and Hong Kong. His collectors include many local Los Angeles celebrities as well as major international art collectors.

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