work by Holly Hope Banks
We are pleased to present two new still life paintings by Holly, Flowers,
Figs and Indian Corn, and Roses and Chocolates.
note that Holly will be participating in the Butler Museum's Annual
National Juried Show: 74th National Midyear Exhibition (Youngstown,
OH) Jun 27, 2010 through Aug 22, 2010.
work by Allan R. Banks
We are pleased to present a new major plein-air figure painting by
Allan R. Banks – Boy with Scythe, 60 x 36. (Dec. 2009)
S. Brown – New Work
S. Brown – We are pleased to offer three new works
for sale. These beautiful still life paintings from Paul’s 2007
Onion Series are available separately or at a special price for the
set of three.
Banks wins Medal of Honor
Congratulations to Holly on winning the Medal of Honor in Oil/Acrylic
at the 113th Annual Catharine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club
Exhibition in New York. The exhibition is currently on view this month
at the National Arts Club, 15 Gramercy Park South, New York. (Oct.
Richard F. Lack (1928–2009)
We are sad to announce that Richard F. Lack passed away on Tuesday,
September 22, 2009. He is survived by his wife, Katherine; daughter,
Susanna (Michael); sons, Peter (Paulette) and Michael, granddaughter
Maren; extended family and countless friends. Full
obituary and tribute.
Memorial and Exhibition
The time and place of the public memorial/tribute for Richard Lack has
been arranged. It will be accompanied by an exhibition of paintings
from the Lack family collection.
Sunday, November 1, 2009
2:00 – 5:00 p.m.
3675 Arboretum Drive
Chaska, Minnesota 55318
2008 | Armes | Gjertson | Holly Banks
New work from Holly Banks.
We are pleased to welcome Steve
Armes to the gallery.
New work avaliable by Stephen
2008 | Paul S. Brown
We are excited about several new works from Paul
Brown. As many of
you know that have followed him over the years, Paul's work has transformed
from mature beyond his years to what I can only describe as just simply
This is an artist that is truly dedicated to the highest levels of
quality. At one point, maybe still, Paul prepared his own oil paints
because he considered commercial artist paints to be inferior. Believe
me, that is dedication to your craft.
We say, thanks to Paul for his dedication to contemporary realist
art and for sharing such beautiful creations with us.
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Allan R. Banks, Boy
Oil on Canvas, 60 x 36, $140,000.
Holly Hope Banks, Strawberries
Oil on Canvas, 12 x 16, Contact gallery for price.