Yves Saint Laurent, The First Love Cards, 1970, © Musée Yves Saint Laurent Paris
Curated by Gregory Siff, August, 2018
Color heals pain, which creates art and is the closest to real love. Lately I’ve been losing myself in the beauty of dynamic colors, strong imagery and gorgeous cut-into-you poetry. This collection of work is some of my favorite storms that are going on inside the people I love. - Gregory Siff
Karl Benjamin, Tape Grid #30, 1961, oil on canvas, 42 x 30 in.
Gregory Siff, Lone Fish, 2016 48 in. x 48 in, Acrylic, Krink and Watercolor on canvas. Courtesy of The Preston Cheng MAP Collection.
Brittney Palmer, Spring, 2018, 36 x 36 in, acrylic, black sand and spraypaint on canvas
2wenty, Alchemy, 2016, Digital Image
Spencer Mar Guilburt, Rising Sign’, 2017, 36in H x 36in, W91cm x 91cm, Acrylic on Canvas, Signed, monogrammed, titled and dated to the verso
Risk, 'Collateral Dommage 01’, 2017, 100x100 cm, acrylic on canvas
Chris Stanton, Rocky Balboa No. 2, 2011 Acrylic on Canvas, 20 x 16 in.
Flore, “Journey Alone”, 2018 50 x 40 in. on canvas
Louisxxx, “Rider” 36 x 36, 2018 inches acrylic on canvas by Louis Cannizzaro. Courtesy of Ren Gallery, Los Angeles.
Curtis Kulig, Small Bubble Community, 2014, Acrylic on canvas, 40 x 30 in.