Lovers & Romance: The Fine Art of Love
“The greatest thing you’ll ever learn is just to love, and be loved in return.” – Nat King Cole
Passionate embraces, romantic strolls, and whispers of sweet nothings; February sparks the hopeless romantic in us all. As a result, we have curated an exhibition of artists celebrating that crazy little thing called Love.
Love and laughter, music and dance fill Hessam’s boldly colorful paintings. The artist’s romantic paintings focus on the love between couples. His use of soft lines and vibrant colors emphasizes a passionate energy between the figures. Thus these enticing works of art inspire the lovers in us all. Shower your love with Adoration, because you’re Crazy in Love, and want to ask them “Be My Valentine forever”.
The Contemporary Impressionist Konstantin Savchenko draws inspiration from the great artists like Vincent Van Gogh. His impasto style comes to life using only oil paints and a palette knife. Dive into his romantic landscapes as you and love stroll through an colorful park. Or perhaps, instead of flowers that only last a few weeks, gift his beautifully textured florals that are sure to become a cherished family heirloom.
Celebrate Love with a creative homage to the great Pop artists like Keith Haring, Jeff Koons, Robert Indiana, and Roy Lichtenstein. Whether you celebrate love between partners or love for humanity, Craig Alan’s work sparks something in everyone. Look closely in the Populus crowds and find lovers, love seekers, or perhaps groups coming together for the good of the world.
Wild West vixens, sultry office affairs, and gangster romance fill Gabe Leonard’s paintings. These cinematic paintings showcase the artist’s unique style that feels like stills of a film. Leonard is attracted to the rugged and romantic elements of film noir, so he merges technically figurative painting with a finely crafted ambience. As a result, his unique paintings draw us into a rich world of cinema.
Published February 1, 2023Tags: limited edition prints, original paintings, romantic art