1. At Argyle Fine Art, we like to showcase a variety of mediums along side one another. This includes a small selection of hand-signed and numbered prints. For the beginner art collector, this is what we call a "gateway" to art- if you regard the love of collecting at as an addiction, which it most certainly can become. One such artist that has enabled lots of new art lovers is Christopher Hemsworth with his popular Heritage Minutes series. There are 13 prints in all, but because the beloved Bluenose II finally just launched (and stayed afloat!) in Lunenburg, NS yesterday, we thought we'd feature this one below.
3. Beautiful skies in Atlantic Canada are just about everywhere you look but few artists can capture the feeling that these scenes evoke. One such artist is Mark Brennan, especially in the small but mighty work featured below called "Wilderness Sky #3".
4. Re-purposing in art is very popular and it's a real sign-of-the-times too. Kim Danio can take a regular baby shoe and make it into a work of art! Just look at this little mouse! Eeeeck!!!!
5. Little works of art for your Ears! Hand-sculpted in clay by artist Dan Bray, you'll be all set for the Hamburg and Hotdog Season (Vegetarian options available!) with these miniature creations.
6. Each year at the end of January, we traditionally showcase a variety of works all measuring 4" x 5". We have noticed a renewed interest in textile works, such as this small hooked beauty by Patricia Winans.
7. Ed Beals creates many forms of art. Sometimes they are three-dimensional robots and bugs and sometime they are digitally painted three-dimensional scenes like the adorable series depicted below of "Messenger Dog". These are limited edition and signed by the artist and tell a story of one dog's triumphant travels to deliver a special message....
$40 each (unframed) / $95 (framed)
|Commissions range from $50 and upward- to fit your budget!|