Modern Leisure: New Work from Artist Danny Heller

Eichler With Galaxie, oil on canvas, 30×44,” 2016

Whenever artist Danny Heller exhibits his newest work, I ache to buy all of them. His latest solo show, Modern Leisure, recalls one of the artist’s favorite subjects: a mid-century, post-war, pop culture Southern California suburbia. And I desperately wish I could afford every single piece. Read more

Terry Leness Paintings: Stylized Suburbia and Old Motels

I was immediately drawn to the work of painter Terry Leness. Void of human figures, her paintings of suburbia and commercial buildings have an eerie calm. Her stylized realism combines long shadows, vibrant colors and the quiet stillness of an abandoned town. Read more

The Urban Appeal Of Steven Albert’s Photo-Realism Paintings

Steven Albert urban realism
above: Stroll by Steven Albert, oil on canvas, 30″ x 40″, Hespe gallery

Steven Albert’s oil paintings are hyperrealistic representations of urban and small town icons like cafes, coffeehouses, street windows, graffiti scrawled walls and parked cars. The mundane subject matter is executed with a deft hand, keen eye and romantic familiarity, especially to those who grew up around San Francisco. Read more

EICHLERS: A Modern Vision. New paintings by Danny Heller Opens Today

Eichlers a Modern Vision

As a huge fan of both artist Danny Heller and architect Joseph Eichler, the exhibit opening today at Terrence Rogers Fine Art, Eichlers: A Modern Vision, it’s no wonder I feel that this exhibit is a must-see. The show consists of paintings of Eichler’s mid century modern architecture as they appear today. Read more

Mr. Rogers Neighborhood On LSD: The Paintings of Amy Bennett


Above: Dig, Amy Bennett 2007, oil

I inadvertently stumbled upon Amy Bennett’s work the other day and boy, am I glad I did. Now a new fan, I’d love to share with you this woman’s unique take on suburban landscapes. Read more