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It is our distinct honor here at The Longworth Gallery to represent and host some of the world's most talented artists. 

It is also our privilage to be able to offer as they become available, new works by our artists.

Please visit this page regularly for information on new releases, originals and editions.

If you would like to be put on our contact list to receive immediate notices of new releases and upcoming events, artist receptions, etc. - please provide your information using the "Contact" link above, or call us directly.

For information on specific artists or releases please call.

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Sincerely,

 

Lisa Rodgers

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A Major New Release

By VLADIMIR KUSH

HUMAN WAY

Select image above for Vladimir's  thoughts on this piece

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A New Release 

by Michael Parkes

Daydreaming

Limited Edition Bronze

23” T x 16” W x 12” D

A New Release 

by Michael Parkes

Dragonfly Diva

Limited Edition Bronze

26” T x 17” W x 10” D

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A New Release 

by Michael Parkes

Sleeping Mermaid

Fine Art Edition on Canvas

Hand-Enhanced Large Edition  of 50 35" x 25"


  Hand-Enhanced Deluxe Edition of 10 40" x 29"

 


 

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A New Release 

by Michael Parkes

Dragonfly

Limited Edition Bronze

6” T x 3” W x 5” D
 

A New Release by Michael Parkes

The Dragons

"Sometimes things just happen in a strange way. Firstly, many people asked if the little dragon from 'Ex Libris'could be cast separately as a small sculpture.

 

He became 'Rex Libris'.

 

Secondly, someone challenged me to make a series of small dragons that were completely unique but could be shown together as a group. And I love a challenge. I realized that the designs had already been created. For years, during book signings, I would make little fantasy dragon drawings for the children who wanted their books signed. These sculptures are a reflection of those children's' drawings.

 

Each dragon represents a gift".

 

-Michael Parkes.
 

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Dragon Dragon available in Red & Green patina

Rex Libris available in Red & Green patina

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Dragon Moonbeam available in Red & Green patina

Rose Play available in Red & Green patina

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Dragon Heart

Embraceable You available in Red & Green patina

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Laughing Dragon available in Red & Green patina

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Shou Sugi Ban 

Wall Sculptures

The Four Seasons Series

By John Arenskov

Sold individually or as a set. Shown: 15" x 35" each

Custom dimensions welcomed.

The term "Shou-Sugi-Ban" is an ancient Japanese holistic wood burning technique.  

 

Japanese craftsmen always looking for a finish that would also increase durability and beauty made use of all kinds of burnt wood.

 

Japanese craftsman looked to weathering processes to achieve that atheistic . Fire came to the rescue and provided what they needed. The heat provides a natural preservative, at the same time giving a  unique, artistic dimension. 

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Next Door Neighbours

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A Star is Born

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Next Door Neighbours

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A Star is Born

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New Releases 

by Debra Lynn

Deborah’s process of painting is inspired by the old Dutch Masters. She uses their technique of multiple layers of glazes to achieve rich vibrant colours that have life of their own.

 

Her nebulous and galaxies can have up to 15 to 20 layers of glazes. Then she becomes her own alchemist as she creates her own phosphorescent paint from a strontium aluminate powder.

 

This element is what absorbs the light during the day to release it through the night into your homes for your pleasure. The strontium aluminate is combined with europeine and creates the longest lasting photo luminescent phosphorescence, yet known.

The result is a single painting with two aspects.

Select images to see more of Debra Lynn's art.