Part of the exhibition and other art can currently be viewed online. The exhibition is also currently available at the gallery through Feb. 14 - Valentine's Day!
"This exhibition includes the paintings by artists Peter Max, Peter Karis and John K. Crum. Due to the nature of these paintings, hearts, such art could be intended for that special someone. It is art that touches the heart!" - Peter Karis
One can make an acquistion of an original work.
"The three artists present a unique opportunity for original works of art to be created that communicate one's love in a very personal way." - Karis Art Gallery
Another talented artist is Peter Max. According to Wikipedia he is an illustrator and graphic artist known for the use of psychedelic shapes and color palettes as well as spectra in his work.
Following Max's success with a line of art clocks for General Electric, his art was licensed by 72 corporations, and he became a household name. He was also a guest on "The Tonight Show" with Johnny Carson and "The Ed Sullivan Show."
When it comes to the art of John K. Crum, his art often reflects emotions, issues, and life in a surreal and sometimes whimsical way. He art invokes feelings of whimsy, satire, peace, romance, and intrigue through a balance between imagination and calculation.
"I consider a painting successful when it makes the viewer pause, take a closer look, and then smile." - John K. Crum
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