Ken Goldman | Stephanie Goldman | Analise Rigan | Andre Rushing | Sean Sullivan

DRAWINGS FROM THE ABBEY
Giclées from originals after the style of Guercino
Goldman’s “…drawings are so neoclassical, they look like forgeries.”
— Gallery News reviewer, Margot Sheehan
  

THE FEMALE FIGURE SERIES
Giclées from works in handmade pastels
Turning away from her study of the 17th-century masters, Stephanie Goldman looks to the contemporary view of the female nude executed in hand ground and formed pastels made in the artists studio.

PLEIN AIR LANDSCAPE SERIES
Giclées from works in a variety of media

From travels around the world to her own backyard comes a series of landscapes, capturing special moments of beauty frozen on canvas or paper.


ESCAPE FROM THE GENE POOL . . . THE VICTORIANS
Original Portraits in Oil on Panel from New Works by Sean Sullivan
Visiting museums in New Jersey and Baltimore in 2001, Sullivan was taken by the works done during the pre–Raphaelite period. Painting during the Victorian era and during the heyday of Impressionism, little attention was given to the rich technique and style of the pre–Raphaelites. As both the Victorian era and the pre–Raphaelite period coincided, Sullivan decided to portray people of the Victorian era as the pre–Raphaelites would have. In the process, it was discovered that the photos of personalities chosen to paint by Sullivan lent themselves strongly to caricature. And so evolved this series.

William Tecumseh Sherman

SEAN SULLIVAN: A RETROSPECTIVE
The inaugural book published by the San Diego Art Institute Press

A look back at a selection of the many works of Sean Sullivan from 1975 through 2001 including her BioMorphic Series, 1992-1995. Written by John D. Abel, it is a 64-page 9"x11" softcover collector’s book containing 51 full-color plates, with a foreword by the Executive Director of the San Diego Art Institute, Tim Field.  ISBN 0-9712230-0-9

Proceeds from the sale of this book benefit the San Diego Art Institute.



NOT
ROCKWELL’ S
AMERICA

Giclées from an
original work in oil

Responding to a call for artists to contribute a piece for the San Diego Art Institute (SDAI) show, Our Healing Arts, Sean Sullivan created the forceful yet poignant "Not Rockwell's America". After being selected as jurors’ choice for the show, Ms. Sullivan offered the reproduction rights to SDAI to aid them in raising funds for their continuing outreach and educational programs.
 

Proceeds from the sale of these giclées benefit the San Diego Art Institute.


The San Diego Art Institute
, Museum of the Living Artist, is a non-profit organization that has been contributing to the advancement of the Visual Arts through outreach and educational programs, as well as exhibition since 1941. It is located in Balboa Park, the cultural jewel in the center of San Diego.  (501C-3) FED ID 95-1816068

VISUAL CONVERSATION SERIES
Giclées from works in acrylic and pastel
A successful work of art grabs the viewer, hold attention, circulates the eye and, like conversation, evokes a definite response. — Ken Goldman
TRANSFORMATIONS IN NATURE
Giclées from watercolors in the “Veiled” technique
Ken devoted ten years to the rare art form known as "Veiled Watercolor" painting. Goldman is one of just a handful of Veiled watercolor artists scattered thoughout the United States and Europe.

PLEIN AIR LANDSCAPE SERIES
Giclées from works in a variety of media
From travels around the world to his own backyard comes a series of landscapes, capturing special moments of beauty frozen on canvas or paper.


DRAWINGS FROM THE ABBEY
Giclées from originals after the style of Guercino
Goldman’s “…drawings are so neoclassical, they look like forgeries.”
— Gallery News reviewer, Margot Sheehan
  

THE FEMALE FIGURE SERIES
Giclées from works in handmade pastels
Turning away from her study of the 17th-century masters, Stephanie Goldman looks to the contemporary view of the female nude executed in hand ground and formed pastels made in the artists studio.

PLEIN AIR LANDSCAPE SERIES
Giclées from works in a variety of media

From travels around the world to her own backyard comes a series of landscapes, capturing special moments of beauty frozen on canvas or paper.


SACRED WINDOWS
Limited edition three-dimensional mixed medium windows with gold leaf
This series in mixed media with gold leaf has constructed frames created and embellished in gold leaf by the artist. These works represents Rigan’s contemporary visions portrayed in pre-Raphaelite form.

THE GUARDIAN SERIES
Limited edition mixed medium giclées from gold leaf embellished originals
This series is available with gold leaf embellishments as well as unembellished.

OTHER SELECTIONS by Analise Rigan
Giclées from works in pastel and pencil on paper
For four years, Analise was the de-facto artist in residence at the famous earth-centered community in Scotland, Findhorn, expanding her knowledge of Celtic art. Because of this period in her life, her painting now shines with a rich, sophisticated, and altogether healing understanding of love and inner harmony.


ANGEL SCULPTURE SERIES
Limited edition bronze sculptures
American-born artist Andre Rushing has created a series of sculptures that appear whimsical in nature but contain deeper meaning of human nature. He calls his series “Angels” but says they are more people than angel. The wings represent freedom. Rushing believes that everyone has the power of wings and angels.
THE GODDESS SERIES
Limited edition giclées from original oils
Andre Rushings visions of goddesses from myth and legend, and from his own inventive mind.

COMMISSIONED PORTRAITS by Andre Rushing
Original oil or watercolor portraits by commission only

Rushing’s great power as a painter lies in his insights into human nature — sometimes in the use of rich symbolism; other times in straightforward portraiture, where his brushwork renders the portrait subject with compassion and elegance.


Ken Goldman | Stephanie Goldman | Analise Rigan | Andre Rushing | Sean Sullivan


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