Featured Fine Art Painting of the Month

Rise About the Storm

Rise About the Storm

Ed Heck

Original Acrylic on Canvas

Measures approx. 48" x 72" gallery wrapped.

Fresh. Bold. Engaging. These words often come to mind upon viewing the artwork of Pop Artist Ed Heck. One is immediately disarmed by the naive charm of these brightly colored works on paper and canvas.

Ed Heck’s enigmatic canvases were first exhibited in New York City in 1999 and were an instant hit. The viewer response was overwhelming. Reactions ranged from surprised appreciation to pure delight.

Ed Heck’s artwork appeals to a varied audience, from fine art newcomers to serious collectors. His ecelectic style combines animation-like subject matter with an evocative use of color. Coupling a wry sense of humor with generous doses of irony, his images lead us into a place uniquely Heck, filled with weird and wonderful characters, odd landscapes and quirky visual point of view, quite unlike anything else we’ve seen before. Welcome to the world of Ed Heck!


Featured Fine Art Photograph of the Month

Eric Clapton (1990)

Eric Clapton (1990)

Gene Shaw

Fuji Color Crystal Archive Professional Deep Matte Paper in an edition of 10 prints, hand-signed by the photographer Gene Shaw

Measures approx. 23 5/8" x 22 5/8" framed

Eric Clapton’s show during his 24-night run at The Royal Albert Hall. This photograph was taken on March 1st, 1991 during the blues concerts. This photograph is on the cover of Gene's photography book “Journeyman Eric Clapton - A Photographic Narrative” published by Dover Publications in 2014. Journeyman serves as Gene's memoir of photographing EC for 30 years through rare photographs and stories.

©Gene Shaw

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