Newest Pieces!

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"The Fan"

This is one of three Acrylic on Canvas paintings created in preparation for an art show April, 2019.    It is my first foray into the 3' x 3' realm (with 1 1/2 inches of depth).


This piece is currently for sale.  Feel free to reach out with any questions by emailing me at .Ari@AriRoss.com

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"Bow Jest"

Like "The Fan,"  

this is one of three Acrylic on Canvas paintings created in preparation for an art show in Dallas, TX, April, 2019.    This was my first foray into the 3' x 3' realm 

( 1 1/2 inches deep ).

This piece is currently for sale.  

Feel free to reach out with any questions by emailing me at .Ari@AriRoss.com

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"Groovy"

 

Like the two above,

this is one of three Acrylic on Canvas paintings created in preparation for an art show in Dallas, TX, April, 2019.    These three were my first foray into the 3' x 3' universe. 

GROOVY is currently for sale.  

Feel free to reach out with any questions by emailing .Ari@AriRoss.com

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"U-4"

THIS...

is the 4th in my "Unsightly" series.  


"U-4" was painted live at the Deep Ellum Art Company and is one of my favorite pieces.  The photograph does not do it justice; with the correct lighting, this painting really pops!


If purchased right now (Jan/Feb 2019) with any of my other pieces, the set will be heavily discounted, as my loft is being prepared for "new infusions," heading into spring of 2019.


This piece is acrylic on canvas, 48" x 36" and is currently offered for sale.

"HOPE"

 

HOPE ...is my first Painting of 2019 and was, for the most part, a predetermined, pre-planned idea. 


"Stampede," (see below) was borne out of what was to be the blue background for, "HOPE," (then inspiring what became "Stampede").


I finally brought the original idea into the physical universe with this painting, finished on five Jan, 2019.


"HOPE" Is acrylic on canvas, 48" x 36" and is the only pre-priced piece in my collection, set at USD $35,000.


I would consider selling any and all potential usage rights (Musical album artwork,  logos, print rights etc.) and may consider loan-out for temporary gallery and/or business office and/or venue display.

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"Stampede"

Additional Information

"Stampede" began as another idea (which I plan to do in the near future). 


While I was creating the light blue background for this upcoming painting, as I was completing the laying down of the blue (upon which I intended to paint THE painting) I quickly realized that this  should become its own work (I can always get more paint and I have plenty of canvi around :-) 


"Stampede" Is Acrylic on Canvas, 48" x 36" and is currently for sale. 


Due to its nature and size, I'm leaning toward believing that this could be appropriate in a gallery and/or commercial space. All inquiries are welcome.

Unsightly 3

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This Is painting number three in my "unsightly" series (where I purposely turn my head away when putting brush to canvas).


This was my first ever painting created in the outdoor area of the Deep Ellum Art Company (venue in an area of downtown Dallas, Texas).


This painting is 48" x 36" and is currently for sale. Please contact the artist for more info.

Galite's Hair

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This was my second ever live painting created at the "Deep Ellum Art Company" on August 2, 2018.

 

After having finished "Unsightly 3," a woman named Galite (who was earlier watching some of my work) asked if she could paint with me, sharing in the creation of the next painting (this work).  I agreed and she created the wisp-like structure of the middle going down slightly to the left in this painting and I basically followed her lead and followed suit.

 

As a point of interest, while she was starting to paint she said, "This is my hair…" and thus the name of the painting :-)

 

This painting was sold shortly after its creation on the night OF its creation.  So far to date, this is the fastest sale after the completion of a painting I've had as of this writing (I would put it at 60 minutes). It's the first time I've ever sold a painting where the paint was literally still drying.

 

This piece is 48" x 36" and has been SOLD.

“WAVES”

  

This was my first exploration OUTSIDE of my (up to that time) pretty much exclusively bright, popping colors (e.g. "The Lincoln Bedroom," "Playtime," etc.) as a foray into more "elegant" artistic exploration.


This piece is 36" x 24” and is for sale. For pricing and more info please contact the artist.

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“Chill”

  

Completed, January 28, 2018, this is my 1st dabbling into what I suppose is technically "mixed media," as I incorporated a single bottle cap (which incidentally, inspired the spiral shapes extant in this work).  

This particular bottle cap is one of various designs utilized by Lone Pint Brewing Company for one of my favorite beers brewed in the state of Texas: "Yellow Rose IPA."


This is (mostly) acrylic on canvas, is 36" x 24"  and has been sold. 


                                             11"X 14" Prints are available of this work 

                                       (Check out the "PRINTS AVAILABLE" page)

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“Streamers”

  

This was my answer to my more subdued, "Waves" as a foray into a more "celebratory" artistic exploration.


This piece is 48" x 30" and is being offered for sale. Please contact artist for more information.


 

                         Prints are also available of this work 

                   (Check out the "PRINTS AVAILABLE" page)

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"The Undefined Line"

  

The Undefined Line was the first painting inspired by an actual real-life event. At the monthly event in downtown Dallas called “Deep Ellum Wine Walk,” I was in line for wine at a venue and noticed there were at least two other lines leading to the vino. I was asking somebody in front of me in the cue,  “Is this the correct line for the wine?” and when they answered that they were is just confused as I was, I said “This is like an undefined line” and the idea for the painting came to me pretty much in a flash.


As of this writing, I spent more time on this painting than any other (painted over the course of 30 days or so) prompting my next painting journey to be accomplished quickly (& without lookin') thus setting off my “Unsightly” Series.


This painting is acrylic on canvas, 36” x 24” and has been SOLD.

 

 11"X 14" Prints are available of this work   

(Check out my "PRINTS AVAILABLE" page)

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“Unsightlier”

  

This was was my first follow-up to my sold painting, “Unsightly.” 


This is the second in what I call my “Unsightly Series.” The painting is named after the method that I used/am using in this series: basically "blindfolded painting." 


Technically, I choose the brush (as well as the color to use) and the approximate area of the canvas to which I wish to apply paint - Then, I turn away and "go for it!" 


I generally have been known to do these paintings directly after working laboriously to create straight lines for some of my paintings, requiring metaphorical blood, real sweat and maybe one or two real tears :-)


This piece is 48” x 30”  and has been SOLD.


--- SIDE NOTE (Summer 2018)

 I have a plan to do a whole series of maybe as many as 10 (TEN) 48” x 30” “Unsightly” paintings all in one day (Probably at the Deep Ellum Art Company)!  Please let me know if you might be interested in coming by in person to watch and/or purchasing one (or more) of the final pieces (would be great for display in your restaurant, bank, office building, gallery, etc!).   


As far as the actual "Unsightly" event, I'm hoping to do the marathon painting session sometime summer of 2018.  I may even broadcast it via Facebook Live.  Send me a note through the site and I'll keep you in the loop about any upcoming painting events I might "Curate" :-]

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"Unsightly"

  

This piece is entitled "Unsightly."


This acrylic on canvas piece was painted basically "blindfolded" (you can learn the details, above, In the description of "Unsightlier").


This piece is 48" x 30" and has been sold.

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