Miya Ando is an American artist whose metal canvases and sculpture themes of perception and ones relationship to time. The foundation of her practice is transformation of surfaces. Half Japanese half Russian-American, Ando is a descendant of Bizen sword makers and raised in a Buddhist temple in Japan and a Redwood forest in Northern California. […]
March 19th I attended the Art Inspiring Hope Okizu Gala! This year I represented Marco Sassone in the live auction (with his donation of “Tiburon” pictured below). Check out the Allyce Art Advisory Facebook page for exclusive video of the auction!
The compelling metallic constructions of Andreas Nottebohm are at once seductive yet unnerving. They appear complex in their illusion of movement and yet seemingly elemental in form and texture. The raw yet refined paintings on aluminum lend themselves to rich multi-layered metaphors capable of continual regeneration. Andreas Nottebohm is engaged in the process if […]
Eric Zener White Cloak Eric Zener has been painting for a living for over 25 years, He is best known for his paintings with water as a primary element. Water has been the source of a variety of narratives that appeal to many people; spiritual and physical renewal, cleansing one’s soul, taking the plunge […]
Archie Held Belvedere Waterwall Archie is an internationally recognized artist who has been creating sculpture since the late 1970’s. Archie works primarily in bronze and stainless steel; water is often used as a central element to further complement the simple and elegant designs. Archie’s creations present his articulation of the rhythmic movements observed in common […]