Artist Spotlight Blog
Born in Cody, Wyoming, in 1912, with his original first name being Paul, Pollock had a tough upbringing. He was born the fifth and youngest son to Scottish-Irish parents. He was moved throughout the Southwest during his childhood due to his father’s position as a surveyor. As he got older, he grew to love nature, including animals and the expanse of the land. In 1923, while living in Phoenix, he discovered Native American art.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 paintings to this day. Next, he traveled to Brazil, where he decided to stay and pursue a career as a diamond trader. Patrice’s artistic instincts have remained with him throughout his life. His ability to absorb and catalog the rich colors and exotic grandeur of the Amazon, as well as the dynamic blue skies of Arizona and the Southwest, are manifested in his paintings today. […]
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 find yourself immersed in deeply thoughtful, layered exposures which draw you deep into a world somewhere between the real and the fantastic. The piece, A Day in London 21, is a prime example of the experience of viewing the world through Reis’ eyes. One can easily travel the distance between the renowned city’s most famous landmarks in the space of a few moments. The idea of […]
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 enigma that is the formation of an artist’s process. Read Part 1 here. — Process can be a dry and somewhat pedestrian word. It’s the kind of term managers pepper into their motivational spiel to let subordinates know “success doesn’t come without engaging the mundane.” But we shouldn’t be so swift to overlook the importance, and the promise, of process. Jeffrey Dering sees process as a […]
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 of being an objective observer to be spared the pain, intrigue, guttural fear and sheer, desperate hope of these rises and falls. But for the artist — the one on the visceral roller coaster ride of journeying simultaneously inward and outward — there is no space of separation, no gap, no relief. For every artist who seems self-assuredly positioned in the “known” category, enjoying a […]
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 any, egocentric currents beneath the waves of the sea that is Larry’s artist heart. Generous in conversation, inclusive even in his story telling, he is quick to take a person on a joyride of his life’s history — as well as his new endeavors. Speaking of joyriding, it doesn’t take long for Larry to weave into the narrative that he’s a lover and appreciator of […]