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Patrice Rouge: A Non-Traditional Journey To Abstract Expressionism

Emillions Art is pleased to represent the renowned French artist, Patrice Rouge. Standing in the gallery you can quite literally feel the significance of his work in the air. His non-traditional journey to becoming an abstract expressionist painter and his deeply personal approach to painting set him apart as an artist.

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Layla Love: War Photojournalism, Fine Art Photography & NFTs Any Art Collector Would Desire

Any art collector looking for where to buy original art by an artist with an established global following need look no further than Layla Love. Her work is celebrated in the highest social circles and sits among history-making artists in exhibitions held worldwide.

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Emillions Art is proud to present a collection of paintings by world renowned contemporary master artist Dario Campanile.

Emillions Art presents a 10-day solo show of contemporary master artist Dario Campanile’s abstract expressionism, spiritual surrealism, landscapes, seascapes, florals, oil on metals and contemporary artwork, February 18-28, 2022 in the 2nd floor location at 837 5th Avenue South in Naples, Fla.

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When it comes to contemporary art for sale, good things come in threes.

Emillions Art welcomes three new diverse contemporary artists to its global art consultancy, online art gallery and showroom bringing cutting-edge styles from oil painter James P. Kerr’s unique combination of impressionism and abstract expressionism, Canadian abstract painter Arcade Latour’s intensely colored landscapes using age-old printer’s ink and Los Angeles-based artist Todd Williamson’s large-scale abstract oil paintings.

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Emillions Art is pleased to represent the French artist, Patrice Rouge.

Art has always been his passion and a medium for his expression. His family encouraged his artistic instincts while he attended art school as a teenager. After completing his studies, Patrice was eager to travel and spent a brief and impressionable 6 months in Arizona. Aspects of the Southwestern color palette remain ingrained in his […]

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Through the Lens: A Brief Interview with Ricardo Jorge Reis

May is Photography month! Every year around this time, we at Emillions Art like to highlight a photographer and chat with them about fine art imagery and the creative process. This year’s installment features Portuguese artist, Ricardo Jorge Reis. If you take some time to peruse the portfolio of this unique and visionary artist, you’ll […]

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Art is Process: A Brief History of Jeffrey A. Dering, Part 2

We’ve been getting acquainted with Jeffrey Dering this March on the Emillions Art blog. Jeffrey is an accomplished artist and businessperson — having worked around the world to create experiential environments for his clients and their customers. We are endeavoring to take a closer look at the inner workings of his art — and the […]

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Art Is What Curiosity Looks Like

A Brief History of Jeffrey A. Dering This is Part 1 of a multiple part series. You can read Part 2 here. In every artist’s story, there are series of leaps, pauses — steps forward, backward and off to one side. Growth and exploration of one’s bent is rarely, if ever, up-and-to-the-right. It’s the gift […]

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Larry Aarons: International Man of Intrigue

A conversation with Larry Aarons immediately reveals the visage of humility and grace, peppered to the soles with a feistiness that only an youth spent in the Bronx could produce. While Larry is adept at describing his adventures and achievements, one doesn’t feel a sense of self-aggrandizement. In fact, there seems to be few, if […]

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The Essence of Art

In this article, we will conclude our look at bronze sculptor, Shray. In our last post, we discovered that Shray is a woman of immeasurable curiosity and depth of introspection. Now, enjoy the rest of this look inside the mind and heart of a storied creator. “The essence of art is the control of line […]

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The Astronauts of Fine Art

Part 1 of two illuminating conversations with contemporary sculptor, Shray. Read Part 2 here. Fine artist and sculptor Shray is a woman of immeasurable emotional depth, and at the same time, ideas that soar to dizzying heights. She is a prophet of the insightful and profound. On almost any topic she sails through conversation with […]

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Barbara Rachko’s Life & Art Post 9/11

Reprinted in full from The Healing Power of Art & Artists. Barbara Rachko is an internationally exhibited American contemporary artist best known for her pastel-on-sandpaper paintings that are inspired by Mexican and Guatemalan cultural objects. She is also the author of “From Pilot to Painter,” (available on Amazon.com), and maintains a popular art blog “Barbara […]

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The Good Kind of Uncomfortable

In the world of fine art, adjectives such as bold, daring, brave, exciting and adventurous are celebrated and often touted as the marks of truly great work. We revel in the visual viscosity of colors that somehow both clash and complement. We stand, rapt and wrecked, before figures portrayed in emotional poses that send the […]

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New Expressions of a Long-Dormant Art Form

Part 2 of two-part series. Read Part 1 here. “In the history of art, Cubism has always been a particular artistic current. The creators of cubism, Georges Braque and Pablo Picasso and the other masters of Cubism, lived in a period that was rich in encounters. They met with great intellectuals, writers, thinkers and philosophers. […]

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The Grand Return of the 15th Century Piazza San Marco

Artistry meets history in this fascinating look at Matthew Grayson’s new effort to bring a long-lost visage into the modern world.

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Artist Spotlight: Jim Salvati

Jim Salvati’s philosophy on life and art is revealed in his series of album covers for major recording artists and in his starkly realist portraits.

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