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ROBERT FALCONE “GODZILLA Rock Band” Original Diorama

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This original diorama by Columbus-based artist and physician Robert Falcone depicts four classic Godzilla figures arranged to portray a rock n’ roll band, complete with miniature instruments and speaker amplifiers. Originally created for a band’s album cover, this diorama has been mounted into a clear plexiglass box, maintaining a wild piece of rock n’ roll art and décor.   This diorama is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

ROBERT FALCONE “Girls” Hand Embellished Print on Canvas

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This large scale, hand embellished print on canvas by Columbus-based artist and physician Robert Falcone depicts a pair of female nudes rendered in bright primary tones of red and blue. Beckoning to the Pop Art movement of the 1960s, Falcone chooses to focus solely on the backsides of his models, detailing a cheeky show of subtle eroticism and sensuality. Mounted on its original stretcher bars, this original print is signed, titled, and dated to 1994 en verso by the artist. This print on canvas is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

ROBERT FALCONE “Fallout Bunker” Hand Embellished Print on Canvas

$476.00
This large scale, hand embellished print on canvas by Columbus-based artist and physician Robert Falcone depicts a posed female mannequin surveying a fallout bunker, the image rendered in contrasting tones of color and black and white. The collaged, vintage appeal of the subject matter is paired with stray brushstrokes of metallic gold, beckoning to the Pop Art movement of the 1960s. Mounted on its original stretcher bars, this original print is unsigned by the artist. This print on canvas is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

ROBERT FALCONE “Martyrdom of St. Sebastian” Hand Embellished Print on Board

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This large scale print on board by Columbus-based artist and physician Robert Falcone depicts three nude female figures perched against a repeating motif of the martyrdom of St. Sebastian. Equally a photographic print and a sculptural work of art, Falcone has created hidden recesses in the “windows” of the print, allowing this unique artwork to occupy both 2D and 3D spaces. Large scale, this print on board can be mounted on a wall or freestanding, and is signed, titled, and dated to 1990 en verso by the artist. This print on board is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

JOEY MONSOON “Giving as a Garden, Pretty as a Church” Original Oil on Board

$3,840.00
Original oil on board portrait painting by Ohio-based artist Joey Monsoon depicts a withered female figure with a gentle flower wrapped around her wrist, the sun forming a haptic halo within the background of the image. A self-taught artist, Monsoon paints people who have been worn down by the lives they have lived, and that wear and tear shows in their eyes, their skin and even their posture. But as world weary as they are, he always treats them with the respect and dignity that a hard-lived life deserves. Painted on masonite, this painting is signed by Monsoon along the bottom right corner of the panel. This painting is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.   

JURIS KAKIS (1938-) “Still Life of Sunflowers” Original Acrylic on Canvas

$1,095.00
Original acrylic on canvas painting by Latvian-American painter Juris Kakis (1938-) depicts a  stylized still life of warm sunflower florals held in a patterned vase, a background of washy blue tones creating a stark contrast of complementary hues. Commonly depicting portraits of horses, people, and floral still lifes, Kakis’ images remain popular in the Columbus art scene, his images continually renowned for their dynamic, colorful constructions, effortless techniques, and contemporary appeal. This original painting is housed in a black floating frame and is signed and dated to 2012 by the artist along the bottom of the canvas. About the Artist: Juris Kakis is a Lativian-born contemporary artist based in Columbus, Ohio. Born in 1938 in Riga, Latvia, Kakis immigrated to the United States with his painter mother and medical doctor father at the age of 11. A gifted artist from a young age, Kakis received an award for his art within his first year of moving to America, while living in New York City. Kakis attempted to continue the generational legacy of doctors that the men in his family had perpetuated, but ended up pursuing his Masters of Fine Arts instead, going on to teach painting and drawing at Ohio Dominican University for 37 years. Kakis retired as a professor with tenure at Ohio Dominican and was, at the time of his retirement, the Chair of the Department of Art and Curator of the Wehrle Gallery. Exhibiting throughout the United States and Europe, Kakis’ works are included in the permanent collections of the Columbus Museum of Art and the National Museum of Art in Riga, Latvia, as well as numerous corporate and private collections. This painting is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

JURIS KAKIS (1938-) “Baltic Rigel” Original Acrylic on Canvas

$795.00
Original acrylic on canvas painting by Latvian-American painter Juris Kakis (1938-) depicts a linework portrait of a horse against a background of undulating, light blue, paint dripped and sprayed onto the canvas to create an atmospheric space of hue and saturation. Commonly depicting portraits of horses, people, and floral still lifes, Kakis’ images remain popular in the Columbus art scene, his images continually renowned for their dynamic, colorful constructions, effortless techniques, and contemporary appeal. This original painting is housed in a contemporary silver frame and is signed and dated to April 11th, 2005 by the artist on the left hand side of the canvas. About the Artist: Juris Kakis is a Lativian-born contemporary artist based in Columbus, Ohio. Born in 1938 in Riga, Latvia, Kakis immigrated to the United States with his painter mother and medical doctor father at the age of 11. A gifted artist from a young age, Kakis received an award for his art within his first year of moving to America, while living in New York City. Kakis attempted to continue the generational legacy of doctors that the men in his family had perpetuated, but ended up pursuing his Masters of Fine Arts instead, going on to teach painting and drawing at Ohio Dominican University for 37 years. Kakis retired as a professor with tenure at Ohio Dominican and was, at the time of his retirement, the Chair of the Department of Art and Curator of the Wehrle Gallery. Exhibiting throughout the United States and Europe, Kakis’ works are included in the permanent collections of the Columbus Museum of Art and the National Museum of Art in Riga, Latvia, as well as numerous corporate and private collections. This painting is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

JURIS KAKIS (1938-) “Portrait of a Young Man” Original Acrylic on Canvas

$795.00
Original acrylic on canvas painting by Latvian-American painter Juris Kakis (1938-) depicts the stylized portrait of a young man in tones of yellow, white, and blue. Kakis uses black lines to create a face, allowing his fascinating technique to create an intriguing study of color and texture throughout the composition.  Commonly depicting portraits of horses, people, and floral still lifes, Kakis’ images remain popular in the Columbus art scene, his images continually renowned for their dynamic, colorful constructions, effortless techniques, and contemporary appeal. This original painting is mounted in a stark white frame and is signed and dated to 2000 by the artist along the bottom of the canvas. About the Artist: Juris Kakis is a Lativian-born contemporary artist based in Columbus, Ohio. Born in 1938 in Riga, Latvia, Kakis immigrated to the United States with his painter mother and medical doctor father at the age of 11. A gifted artist from a young age, Kakis received an award for his art within his first year of moving to America, while living in New York City. Kakis attempted to continue the generational legacy of doctors that the men in his family had perpetuated, but ended up pursuing his Masters of Fine Arts instead, going on to teach painting and drawing at Ohio Dominican University for 37 years. Kakis retired as a professor with tenure at Ohio Dominican and was, at the time of his retirement, the Chair of the Department of Art and Curator of the Wehrle Gallery. Exhibiting throughout the United States and Europe, Kakis’ works are included in the permanent collections of the Columbus Museum of Art and the National Museum of Art in Riga, Latvia, as well as numerous corporate and private collections. This painting is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

JURIS KAKIS (1938-) “Bailey’s Irish” Original Acrylic on Canvas

$695.00
Original acrylic on canvas painting by Latvian-American painter Juris Kakis (1938-) depicts a linework portrait of a horse against a background of undulating colors, paint dripped and sprayed onto the canvas to create an atmospheric space of hue and saturation. Commonly depicting portraits of horses, people, and floral still lifes, Kakis’ images remain popular in the Columbus art scene, his images continually renowned for their dynamic, colorful constructions, effortless techniques, and contemporary appeal. This original painting is housed in a black frame and is signed and dated to December 13th, 2008 by the artist on the left hand side of the canvas. About the Artist: Juris Kakis is a Lativian-born contemporary artist based in Columbus, Ohio. Born in 1938 in Riga, Latvia, Kakis immigrated to the United States with his painter mother and medical doctor father at the age of 11. A gifted artist from a young age, Kakis received an award for his art within his first year of moving to America, while living in New York City. Kakis attempted to continue the generational legacy of doctors that the men in his family had perpetuated, but ended up pursuing his Masters of Fine Arts instead, going on to teach painting and drawing at Ohio Dominican University for 37 years. Kakis retired as a professor with tenure at Ohio Dominican and was, at the time of his retirement, the Chair of the Department of Art and Curator of the Wehrle Gallery. Exhibiting throughout the United States and Europe, Kakis’ works are included in the permanent collections of the Columbus Museum of Art and the National Museum of Art in Riga, Latvia, as well as numerous corporate and private collections. This painting is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

Vintage RALPH FANNING (1889-1971) Original Watercolor on Paper

$900.00
Original watercolor on paper by American artist Ralph Fanning (1889-1971) depicts a charming European bath scene with a heavy focus on the architectural elements that surround the figures. A distinguished art and architecture historian at The Ohio State University, Fanning’s work drew on influences from the Post-Impressionist movement, and particularly on the work of Alice Schille. Framed in antiqued gold, this original watercolor is signed and dated to 1938 by the artist in the lower right corner of the paper.  This watercolor is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

MIRIAM BARANOV “Belvedere Torso Study” Original Charcoal Drawing

$650.00
Original charcoal drawing on paper by Columbus, Ohio artist Miriam Baranov depicts a study of the Belvedere Torso, a fragmentary male nude statue dated from 1430s Rome. Rendered onto gray paper to highlight the shadows of the drawing, Baranov crafts a masterful rendition of the sculpture in the style of the French academics of the late 1800’s. Housed in a matching, neutral gray frame. About the Artist: Miriam Baranov is a realism painter who currently resides in Columbus, Ohio. With passions in both art and mathematics, Baranov has exquisite precision in her realistic figurative portraiture. She creates the entire piece as both engineer and artist, starting with stretching the canvas for the portrait, and finishing with high-quality custom framing.  She currently runs a business of custom portraits out of her Columbus, Ohio studio.   This drawing is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

ROBERT COLEMAN Large Signed Iridescent Glass Vase

$295.00
Produced circa 1989, this large glass vase by Ohio-based artist Robert Coleman has an iridescent finish for an otherworldly aesthetic to add to the home. Fabricated with a unique, shapely form, this vase features a small opening at the top, allowing for colorful florals to complement the prismatic finish of this handcrafted piece of fine art. Signed and dated by Coleman on the side of the vase. This vase is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.