Exhibitor listing

Winn Slavin Fine Art

Winn Slavin Fine Art - Beverly Hills
9532 South Santa Monica Boulevard
Beverly Hills, California 90210
United States
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ABOUT

Since our formation in 1997, Winn Slavin Fine Art has become a driving force in the fine art industry and has firmly established ourselves as a provider of quality fine art original paintings and sculpture with an emphasis on integrity, service, and innovation. Our internationally known master painters and sculptors are among the premiere artists in the industry, creating masterpieces in a variety of media and styles from figurative realism to contemporary surrealism, sensually romantic to whimsically fanciful, and sculptural high reliefs to massive heroic bronze sculptural installations.

Our prestigious galleries are based in Beverly Hills, California and Shanghai, China. We represent Contemporary Master Artists including: French-Canadian artist Michel Desroches; Ukrainian artist Igor Zaytsev; American pop-artist Cory Bennett; Vietnamese-American artist Daniel Winn; American sculptor Ira Reines; Serbian sculptor Boban; Spanish Artist Royo, and Colombian artists Carlos Torres, Fernando Botero and Édgar Negret.

In addition, we offer selected works by Modern Masters James Abbott McNeill Whistler, James Tissot, Édouard Manet, Salvador Dali, Henri De Toulouse-Lautrec, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Mary Cassatt, and Edgar Degas.
Over the past 20 years we have established an extensive art collector clientele worldwide that have continued to support our galleries. In addition, these prominent art collectors continually visit our art fair exhibitions and acquire art for their collection. We maintain a long term commitment to nurture, support, and encourage the artists we represent, the fine art industry as a whole, and our collectors and patrons.

  • Daniel Winn CEO & Curator

  • Randy Slavin CFO

  • Doug Bellatti VIP Liaison

  • Kevin Keenan Director

  • Michael Sean Degnan Art Consultant

  • Mark Samala Marketing

Exhibitor's Artists:

  • Salvador Dali  (+)

    Biography : Dalí, Salvador (1904-89): Spanish painter, sculptor, graphic artist, and designer. After passing through phases of Cubism, Futurism and Metaphysical painting, he joined the Surrealists in 1929 and his talent for self-publicity rapidly made him the most famous representative of the movement. Throughout his life he cultivated eccentricity and exhibitionism (one of his most famous acts was appearing in a diving suit at the opening of the London Surrealist exhibition in 1936), claiming that this was the source of his creative energy. He took over the Surrealist theory of automatism but transformed it into a more positive method which he named `critical paranoia'. According to this theory one should cultivate genuine delusion as in clinical paranoia while remaining residually aware at the back of one's mind that the control of the reason and will has been deliberately suspended. He claimed that this method should be used not only in artistic and poetical creation but also in the affairs of daily life. His paintings employed a meticulous academic technique that was contradicted by the unreal `dream' space he depicted and by the strangely hallucinatory characters of his imagery. He described his pictures as `hand-painted dream photographs' and had certain favorite and recurring images, such as the human figure with half-open drawers protruding from it, burning giraffes, and watches bent and flowing as if made from melting wax (The Persistence of Memory, MOMA, New York; 1931). In 1937 Dalí visited Italy and adopted a more traditional style; this together with his political views (he was a supporter of General Franco) led Breton to expel him from the Surrealist ranks. He moved to the USA in 1940 and remained there until 1955. During this time he devoted himself largely to self-publicity; his paintings were often on religious themes (The Crucifixion of St John of the Cross, Glasgow Art Gallery, 1951), although sexual subjects and pictures centering on his wife Gala were

    Exhibition : The Pierre Argillet Collection demonstrates high standards of quality, and the impassioned collaboration between an artist and his publisher. This ensemble of works has appeared in the best-known museums in the world: Musee Boymans, Rotterdam 1971; Musee Pushkin, Moscow, 1988; Reynolds-Morse Foundation, St. Petersburg, FL; Kunsthaus, Zurich and Staatsgalerie, Stuttgart 1989; Isetan Museum of Art in Tokyo; Daimaru Art Museum, Osaka and the Hiroshima Prefectural Museum of Art, Japan, 1990. This collection’s permanent home was formerly at the Museum of Surrealism in Melun, France and the Dali Museum in Figueras, Spain.

    Detailed Description : Pierre Argillet Collection of Salvador Dali’s Artworks Pierre Argillet was an avid collector of works by Futurusts, Dadists and Surrealists, and very early on, met the major artists of the 20th century. In 1930, at the age of twenty, Argillet was deeply impressed by the “Chants de Maldoror” of Lautreamont. He began a spiritual journey along a path that was originated by Rimbaud and later pursued by Lautramont, Marinetti, Andre Breton, Tzara and de Chirico. He counted Duchamp and Jean Arp among his acquaintances, but when he met Dali, complicity led to a life-long friendship that lasted until the painter’s death in 1989. Be it luck or fate, Dali’s delicious vision led to a long and fruitful collaboration between artist and publisher. They produced nearly 200 etchings. To name a few: Mythology (16 engravings), Christ, Sainte-Anne, Incantation. In 1966, Dali reworked seven pieces of the Bullfight set of Picasso, giving them with his macabre, yet humorous vision. Images hidden in the crowd and arena suggest the skull of a bull fighter. In another etching, a galloping giraffe catches fire as if in a tragicomedy. His subjects vary from windmills, parrots, fish and a statue of a woman. In 1968, Dali illustrated “Night de Walpurgis” of Faust (21 engravings) using rubies and diamonds as engraving tools, a technique that lent an incomparable delicacy to the design; next came the “Poemes” of Ronsard (18 engravings) and “Apollinaire” (18 engravings). In 1969, Dali created “Venus in Furs” after Sacher Masoch (20 engravings), and between 1970-71, the Suites of Don Juan (3 engravings) and Hippies (11 engravings). In 1974, artist and publisher parted ways. Pierre Argillet would only accept etchings done in the traditional way, on copper, and refused to go along with Dali’s desire to make photo-based lithographs. By using this process, Dali went on to produce a large number of works that appealed to a more widespread audience than ever b

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Salvador Dali - Mythology: Argus, 1963

      Mythology: Argus, 1963

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  • Michel Desroches  (+)

    Biography : The intensely expressive artwork of Michel T. Desroches arises from the artist’s desire to communicate and represent that which has no physical form. While Desroches’ paintings are visibly faces, they are not portraits of people but rather visages of hopes, dreams, emotions and other ephemeral concepts. Desroches’ desire to portray intense emotions originated largely from his work as an Art Therapist with people suffering from mental and emotional illness. In their faces, he often saw a rapid cacophony of intense naked emotion -- both simple and complex – as well as the simultaneous dichotomy of suffering and strength exposed in their countenances. Though Desroches’ style originates in Art Brut and is heavily influenced by both Symbolism and Fauvism, it is entirely unique, defying simplistic categorization. This is very much by design as the artist seeks to challenge artistic and stylistic norms in his work in favor. Born in 1970, Michel T. Desroches is a native of Montreal, Canada. He began his artistic career as a self-taught artist, later pursuing a degree at the University of Quebec at Montreal. He has participating in more than two dozen exhibitions since first showing his work to the public in 2007 and will present his work at the Louvre in Paris, France in December 2017 as part of the prestigious Salon des Beaux Arts.

    Exhibition : EXPOSITIONS SOLO

    • 2017 LOFA USA

    • 2016 Elements faciaux Galerie France Cantin

    • 2016 Galerie du Vieux St-Jean

    • 2015 Galerie MX

    • 2014 Exposition Etats parsemes Galerie Rhein

    • 2013 Exposition solo Meditation Chimique Bibliotheque municipale de Lavaltrie

    • 2009 Parure Galerie La Salamandre (Outremont). (Exposition solo)

    • 2008 Reseaugraphe Galerie Le Courant. (Exposition solo)



    EXPOSITIONS COLLECTIVES

    • 2017 Salon Des Beaux Arts, Louvre, Paris France

    • 2016 Exhib-art

    • 2016 Pur dessin maison de Ia culture Cote des neiges

    • 2016 Les feneHres qui parlent

    • 2015 Les feneHres qui parlent (rue marquette)

    • 2015 Galerie du vieux St-Jean

    • 2015 Exhib-art

    • 2015 La viree des ateliers
    • 2014 Pur dessin exposition collective a La Chaufferie

    • 2014 Journees de Ia culture exposition collective galerie Exhib-art

    • 2014 Exposition collective CEuvres choisi Hachem Laval

    • 2014 Exposition collective reveries et impressions numeriques

    • 2014 Exposition collective CEuvres papiers Galerie Rhein

    • 2014 Exposition collective Galerie Dentaire
    • 2014 Exposition collective galerie Exhib-art

    • 2014 Exposition collective H6pital Notre-Dame (Thematique maladie d'Aizheimer)

    • 2013 Exposition collective Monstera Decover

    • 2013 Exposition collective galerie L'espace creatif

    • 2013 Exposition collective galerie La recreation

    • 2012 Exposition collective enVisager, Galerie MX, Montreal

    • 2010 Galerie Roccia Artiste invite (Formes sensibles et Humeurs variables)

    • 2010 Maison de Ia culture Frontenac (Manhattan Children's Wear presente)

    • 2009 Exposition La Chaufferie

    • 2008 Projection video Cote obscur

    • 2007 Exposition Printemps Plein temps UQAM
    CONFERENCES, COLLOQUES & PRESENTATIONS PUBLIQUES

    • 2016 Conference sur le dessin De Ia factrie au dessin (Grand-mere)

    • 2013 Conference et peinture en direct centre d'art Sutton


    EVENEMENTS

    • 2014 Videos taus

    Artist's Objects:

    • Michel Desroches - Secance

      Secance

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  • Fredange  (+)

    Biography : Fredanges' work is based on all the humans-within-the-human and our potential past, present and future dimensions, here and elsewhere. What the artist insist on, by adding hyperrealistic and superhuman attributes to humans is our existential need to be non-judgmental. These faces and bodies are like ours; whether they are Asiatic, African or Caucasian, you or me, they look even more familiar and "beautiful" in their sculptural form. Yet, whilst he intensifies their differences by systematically introducing some very visible changes to their morphology and genetics, they still remain accessible to the eye and imagination... At my scale, through my work and sculptures, what I wish to transmit is a message of universality and love. My motivation is the search for excellence and a pure, obvious form of esthetics.

    Artist's Objects:

    •   Fredange - Fragment 5

      Fragment 5

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  • Boban  (+)

    Biography : Energetic figures, posed at the brink of balance, animate the mythological world of sculptor Boban. Athletes and angels, heroes and artists, musicians with violins or exotic horns are captured in metal at the most dynamic moment of their creative act. “I want to sculpt the highest moment – the moment when my figures reach to the sky like the spires of a cathedral. I want to express that electric impulse. I want my sculptures to be fused with the sparks of life, poised at the last moment of balance. My figures are leaders, winners in the human experience.” Boban, a native of Yugoslavia, was trained in art at the prestigious Belgrade Academy of Art before arriving in the United States in 99 , in search of artistic liberty and opportunity. Rigorous academic training in Belgrade, reinforced by the nurturing of master of art Nandor Glid, imbued Boban with the knowledge, truth, honesty and moral sustenance required to live the life of an artist.

    Exhibition : Boban’s sculptures grace major collections throughout the world. Hyatt Hotel owner, Jay Pritzker, film and musical star Tony Bennett, and notable figures in the world of sports are collectors and have often become Boban’s personal friends. Monumental versions of Boban’s works include the “Shaka Zulu” in Chicago and the sculpture of “Pegasus” in Montego Bay, Jamaica. Commissions for McDonald’s Corporation are displayed at their headquarters and a Boban sculpture commissioned by Exxon-Mobil is part of their private collection in Texas. Internationally and nationally lauded, Boban received the Award of Excellence at the Port Clinton Art Festival and has made appearances on “Good Morning America,” “Wild Chicago,” and “Starting Over,” garnering the artist major public acclaim and accolades.

    Detailed Description : For Boban, the spoon has taken on a spiritual dimension, representing the nourishment of the human soul in its dynamic path towards personal fulfillment, power, creativity and success. Boban creates powerful maquettes by fusing, bending and shaping spoon elements in the welding process. With his fiery welding torch, the artist maneuvers the flow of molten energy into mythological metal human shapes, infusing warmth and dimension into cold metal.

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Boban Illic - Zephyr

      Zephyr

    •  Boban Illic - Landing of Glorious Figure

      Landing of Glorious Figure

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  • A.E. Mathot  (+)

    Biography : Alberto E. Mathot was born in Leandro N. Alem Misiones, Argentina, on November 10, l962. He studied primary and secondary school in Normal School No. 1 and in the same educational establishment obtained the title of Primary Education Teacher in 1984. During his childhood he always showed pleasure in drawing and painting, gift that was growing and over the years he managed to manifest himself to a large extent.

    Exhibition : Exhibitions and Participations

    • Creator of the Horacio Quiroga Provincial Prize design for the media., October 2000.
    • Collective exhibition month of May of 2000 in the Cultural Center Missions Small Format Room, obtaining of the First Mention of the Jury.
    • Individual Exhibition in the Chamber of Deputies of the Nation. from June 5 to 12, 2000 - Congress of the Nation Buenos Aires.Argentina.
    • Individual Exhibition at the Casa de Misiones. Realization of a live work - from June 15 to 30, 2000 Buenos Aires Argentina.
    • Individual Exhibition at the International Meeting of Sculptors. Realization of a live work- from July 25 to 30, 2000 - Leandro N. Alem Misiones Argentina.
    • Individual Exhibition at the Misiones Cultural Center. Realization of a live work-from August 18 to 31, 2000.- Posadas - Misiones. Argentina .
    • Since August 2000 he has been exhibiting permanently in different hotels in the country: Pinamar, Capital Federal and Bariloche and in restaurants in La Recoleta (Federal District) Exhibitions organized by the Gallery & quot; Centoira & quot; -French 2611 CF
    • Collective Exhibition in Federal Capital during the contest of the Abriendo Caminos en el Arte Foundation May 2001.
    • Collective exhibition in San Javier Misiones during the Encounter of Painters held in May 2001, obtaining the First Prize of the Public and the Jury.
    • Exhibition of the sample "Oxygen & quot; at the Juan Yaparí de Posadas Art Museum from November 16 to 30, 2001. Presentation of a series of works of endangered species (trees), with their flowers, fruits and main characteristics. The Project was declared of Educational Interest by the Honorable General General Council of Education of the Province of Misiones Resolution 078/01 (see trees).
    • Individual Exhibition at the Sheraton Hotel and Resort Iguazú National Park for months of January, February, March and April of 2002. Realization of live works.
    • Individual Exhibition at the Grand Hotel Casino Iguazú

    Detailed Description : Awards: • 1st prize from the public. 1st prize for young people and 1st prize for artists at the II Meeting of Painters of Mercosur in Oberá, Misiones, June 1997. • 1st Prize Municipality of Oberá, in the III Encounter of Painters category consecrated March of 1998, Oberá Misiones, • 1st prize Encuentro & quot; Pintemos a Puerto Rico & quot ;, Pto. Rico Misiones October 1998. • 1st Prize Municipality of Oberá in the IV Meeting of Mercosur Painters in Oberá- Misiones from May 7 to 10, 1999. • 1st Prize Banco Velox Award at the IV Meeting of Mercosur Painters in Oberá - Misiones from May 7 to 10, 1999. • Design and Development of the Provincial Award & quot; Horacio Quiroga & quot; to the Media. October 1999 • Special Mention of the Jury in the Small Format Salon & quot; Misiones Cultural Center. Missions May 18, 2000 • Special Mention of the Jury in the IX Provincial Painting Salon of Misiones.Missions October 2000. • 5th Prize at the Provincial Encounter of Young Sculptors, held in Leandro N. Alem from November 9 to 11, 2000.- • 1st Sculpture in Cheese Prize at the first Meeting of Sculptors held at the Parque de las Naciones Oberá, Misiones December 20, 2000. • 1st Prize of the jury and 1st Prize with the Vote of the Public in the II Contest of landscapers and First of the Missions. San Javier, Mnes. Arg. May 19 and 20, 2001. • 1st Prize Opening Roads in Art - XX National Art Salon of Different Disciplines. CF Buenos Aires - May 4, 2001. • Design of the National Award "Gaviota Federal" instituted by AADA, to reward the top winners of the year from the interior of the country in Radio and Television. Mar del Plata December 2005.- • Mention of the Jury in the Banco Nación Art Biennial, organized by the Banco de la Nación Argentina Foundation, Capital Federal, August 2006.- • First prize of the Jury of the Hall of Visual Arts Missions in the Bicentennial.Posadas, Misiones, November 25, 2210. Selected by the Jury at the Banco Na

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Alberto Mathot - Guayubira III

      Guayubira III

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  • Nojan  (+)

    Biography : Born in 1989, Nojan Rahimian grew up inspired by the rich and old Persian culture within Isfahan, Iran. Isfahan is a lively metropolis, Known as the artistic jewel of Persia. It was there that young Nojan found himself surrounded by art and poetry and learned painting and drawing to be an expressive outlet. Embodying not only an artistic complex, Nojan also exceled in mathematics and graduated from the prestigious National Organization for Development of Exceptional Talents (NODET). In 2012, he moved to the United States after receiving a full-ride scholarship to San Diego State University for higher education in Electrical Engineering. Alongside his academic career, Nojan was the close apprentice to Iranian artist Iman Ghasemian. Under his mentorship, Nojan pursued his own passion for art with absolute devotion. With detail, he crafted and mastered unique techniques and applied them with various mediums. Oil painting and charcoal became his strongest skillset. He held multiple art shows and honored as a member of Supreme Society of Iranian Elites. Throughout his years, his art has been an expression that illustrates the deepest feelings of modern human life. Experiencing both Eastern and Western culture inspired him to create the world’s illuminating pain and pleasure, and conflict of emotions, which any one can realize in their own moments of self-awareness.

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Nojan Rahimian - Your Nostalgia, Sticky Like a Chewing Gum

      Your Nostalgia, Sticky Like a Chewing Gum

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  • Ira Reines  (+)

    Biography : In 1980, the iconic father of Art Deco Romain de Tirtoff— better known as Erté—aspired to have his beautiful drawings and paintings realized as sculpture. He selected Ira Reines, an award-winning young sculptural prodigy whose talent and passion impressed Erté. Reines collaborated closely with Erté for eleven years, translating the master’s celebrated two-dimensional Art Deco couture designs into a series of seventy bronze sculptures. Those sculptures were distributed world-wide and reside in the collections of well-known museums including Great Britain’s Victoria and Albert Museum, New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art, Coral Springs Museum in Florida, and the Shanghai Duolun Museum of Modern Art in Shanghai, China. Upon Erté’s passing in 1990, Master Sculptor Ira Reines has evolved his sculpting style known as “Sculptural Etherealism” to create his profound sculptural thesis on the relationships of order and chaos to man and divinity. His delicate and intricately formed figures of near-perfect beauty, emerges as if in the process of creation; and replete with splendor and spirituality arising from the intricate relationships between order and chaos. The artist feels that “Beauty is a perfect reflection of divinity” as beauty is born from chaos and form is created from formlessness.

    Exhibition : Museums and Public Installations:
    • Evansville Museum, Evansville, Indiana
    • Coral Springs Museum of Art, Coral Springs, Florida
    • Victoria & Albert Museum, London, England.
    • Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, New York — the largest museum in the united states, their artwork collection of two million pieces includes erté’s works while collaborating with reines.
    • Museum 1999, Tokyo, Japan — A Japanese museum with a collection of Erté created by reines that exceeds in quantity the number of pieces held by the metropolitan museum of art.
    • Four Arts Gardens — A 1981 heroic installation of Ira Bruce Reines’ sculpture titled “Neptune” is part of the collection of this botanical garden in palm Beach, Florida which features the phillip hulitar sculpture Garden and the esther B. O’Keefe art Gallery.
    • Shanghai Doulun Museum of Modern Art — This museum, which is also known as the Doland mOma and is the only government supported modern art museum in the people’s republic of china, has accepted reines sculpture as part of their permanent collection. • “Aurora” — Gardner-Webb University, Boiling Spring, NC.

    Detailed Description : Master Sculptor Ira Reines has evolved his sculpting style known as “Sculptural Etherealism” to create his profound sculptural thesis on the relationships of order and chaos to man and divinity. His delicate and intricately formed figures of near-perfect beauty emerge as if in the process of creation replete with splendor and spirituality arising from the intricate relationships between order and chaos. The artist feels that “Beauty is a perfect reflection of divinity” as beauty is born from chaos and form is created from formlessness.

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Ira Reines - Delphinia Study

      Delphinia Study

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  • Royo  (+)

    Biography : World renowned for his hypnotic depictions of beguiling women, Royo has created a visual language in which subtlety reigns supreme.  Even when rendering his models with serene expressions or downcast eyes, he imparts a sense of longing and desire that is firmly held by their graceful poses.  The intensity of their feelings is palpable and the viewer is drawn into a symbiotic encounter in which emotions are shared. He has painted portraits for the Court of Spain including commissioned portraits of the King and Queen, as well as all of the Supreme Court Justices, and the National Heroes of Spain. A classically, European-trained artist, Royo paints daily in an idyllic setting, his estate near Valencia in Spain, and on the island of Mallorca in the Mediterranean.  He begins outdoors with one or more of his models and then completes the painting in one of his three studios on the property.  He only works on one painting at a time, preferring to concentrate all of his energy on one composition, and not be distracted. Impressive parallels can also be drawn between Royo's work and that of the Spanish master, Joaquin Sorolla. Both were born in Valencia, both were classically trained, both "matured" into styles of painting capturing the dramatic visual essence of their Homeland-Valencia and the Mediterranean Sea. It is the overwhelming influence of Sorolla blended with his own style that make Royo's masterful treatment of the Mediterranean subjects both haunting and mysterious, yet full of raw power at the same time.

    Detailed Description : The sweeping brush strokes, bold swaths of color, and heavy impasto capture the eye and draws one inward until that final absolute moment of awareness that one is actually there in the scene feeling the light and heat of the sun, the salt and sea spray, and hearing the crashing surf. Royo conveys not merely image, but mood and atmosphere as well.

    Artist's Objects:

    • Jose Royo - Eclectic III

      Eclectic III

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  • Carlos Torres  (+)

    Biography : Carlos Torres was born in Bogota, Columbia in 1955 and found himself interested in the world of art at a very young age. While an anthropology student at Universidad Nacional Bogota, Torres gained a unique perspective on the energy and spirituality of the human condition which ultimately redirected his ambitions. He changed his course of study and subsequently graduated with a Degree in Art. After immigrating to the United States in 1980, Carlos quickly began to regard his new country as his portal to the world, a base from which to launch exhibitions throughout the Americas including Brazil, Columbia, Mexico, Peru, and, of course, the United States itself. Carlos Torres now enjoys a close relationship with his wife and three daughters in Southern California which has allowed him to stay on track as an artist and develop a style that he refers to as “Organic Abstraction”

    Exhibition : • The Bogota Modern Art Museum in Bogota, Columbia
    • The Latin American Art Museum in Long Beach, California
    • The Cuaunahuac Museum of Art in Cuernavca, Mexico
    • The Luis Angel Arango Library in Bogota, Columbia; this library houses the largest and most prestigious art collection in Bogota
    • The Torreon Art Museum in Mexico
    • The Convenio Internacional in Andres Bella, Bogota, Columbia; an important showcase of art from the Andean countries of Columbia, Ecuador, Venezuela, and Peru

    Detailed Description : His unique background and his intimate exposure to the artifacts of the ancients have inspired Carlos’ unique use of textures and warm earth-tones and the energetic magnetism that is so obvious in his works. Each of his pieces of art, whether it be a painting or a sculpture, evokes an emotional response from the viewer, a sense of spirituality from deep within, perhaps even the same type of spiritual feeling that Carlos himself experienced at dig sites in his native Columbia as a student. His paintings and sculptures range from highly organic textural pieces that feature earth-tones to more geometrical offerings with an expansive color pallet and intersecting lines to create shapes that tantalize the imagination, presented in a fascinatingly abstract manner. All within the framework of “Organic Abstraction”, for the creations of nature itself derive much of their beauty and interest from geometric shapes and abstractions as well.

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Carlos Torres - Crucifixión

      Crucifixión

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  • Sir Daniel K. Winn  (+)

    Biography : Sir Daniel K. Winn maintained his academic excellence eventually entering the reconstructive surgery discipline at UCI medical school. But Winn’s heart was not in medicine. Rather he desired to create art and to be in the art world. Winn began helping other artists develop their artistic style and in 1997 founded Masterpiece Publishing, Inc. which would become one of the nation’s leading fine art agencies. Acting as agent and curator, he guided, influenced and collaborated with artists to create collections which are widely recognized for their creativity, originality and quality. He curated museum and gallery exhibitions throughout the world. In 2009, Daniel Winn received one of the top Asian entrepreneurs of the year for his outstanding work in the fine arts industry. In addition to recognition within the fine arts industry, Winn’s accomplishments have been recognized by Senators and Assembly Members of the California legislature. In addition to recognition within the fine arts industry, Winn’s accomplishments have been recognized by members of the California legislature including Senator Lou Correa, Senator Mimi Walters, Senator Bob Huff, Assembly Member Van Tran, Assembly Member Chuck DeVore, Assembly Member Jim Silva, and Assembly Member Ted Lieu. In December of 2019 Daniel Winn received an extraordinary honor from the Princely Family of Schaumburg-Lippe-Nachod in recognition of his philanthropic and artistic contributions to humanity and also received the prestigious knighthood from the Royal family and was honored with the title “Sir”. As an artist creating, Winn draws upon his own life experiences, surreal in themselves, his ancestral culture and the contemporary influences of the culture and nation which he has called home since escaping war-torn Vietnam in 1975.

    Exhibition : • Art palm Spring – 2019
    • LA Art Show – 2019; 2018; 2017; 2016; 2015; 2014; 2013
    • Coral Springs Museum of Art - 2018 | Solo Exhibition "Metamorphosis"
    • Red Dot Miami Art Fair – 2018; 2017; 2016; 2012
    • Shanghai Art Fair – 2018; 2017; 2015; 2014; 2013; 2012
    • Art Beijing –2015; 2014
    • New York Spectrum Art Fair – 2013
    • Art Macao – 2013
    • Asia Contemporary Art Show – 2013
    • AHAF Hong Kong – 2013
    • Art Shanghai - 2012
    • Art Hamptons – 2012
    • Toronto Art Expo – 2011; 2010

    • March-April 2019 I Vietnamese-American artist Daniel Winn; Exhibition Title: “Art Couture”
    • December 22-January 2019 I Vietnamese-American artist Daniel Winn; Exhibition Title: “Legacy”
    • September - December 2018 I Vietnamese-American artist Daniel Winn; Coral Springs Museum Exhibition Title: “Metamorphose”
    • September - October 2017 I Vietnamese-American artist Daniel Winn; Exhibition Title: “Epiphany”
    • Evansville Museum; Indiana February-April 2017 I Vietnamese-American artist Daniel Winn; Exhibition Title: “Ethereal Figurative Bronzes Exhibition”
    • Coral Springs Museum; Florida September-November 2016 I Vietnamese-American artist Daniel Winn; Exhibition Title: “Sculptural Etherealism”
    • Southern Nevada Museum of Art July-August 2015 – American artist Ira Reines: “Sacred Interconnections”

    Detailed Description : Winn’s goal with “Existential Surrealism” is to explore the basic nature of human existence and examine the relationship between free-will and providence, between self-determination and the universal plan. The works are predominately figurative as they are inherently focused on the human experience, but also incorporate abstract and symbolic elements to communicate the universal divinity of creation. Winn draws upon his own life experiences — surreal in themselves, his ancestral culture and the contemporary influences of the culture and nation which he has called home since escaping war-torn Vietnam in 1975.

    Artist's Documents:

    Artist's Objects:

    • Daniel Winn - Wisdom Trinity

      Wisdom Trinity

    • Daniel Winn - Erudition

      Erudition

    • Daniel Winn - Metamorphosis of Woman

      Metamorphosis of Woman

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Other Artists represented by the Gallery:


Landing of Glorious Figure -  Boban Illic

Boban

Landing of Glorious Figure

Nickel Plated Bronze Edition
36 in x 35 in x 14 in
91 cm x 89 cm x 36 cm

Metamorphosis of Woman - Daniel Winn

Sir Daniel K. Winn

Metamorphosis of Woman

Original Marble & Bronze Sculpture
52 in x 24 in x 23 in
132 cm x 61 cm x 58 cm

Fragment 5 -   Fredange

Fredange

Fragment 5

Bronze
9 in x 6 in

Fredange is an Anatomist Sculptor basing his work on all the humans-within-the-human and our potential past, present and future dimensions, here and elsewhere. By adding hyperrealistic and superhuman attributes to humans is our existential need to be non-judgmental. These faces and bodies are like ours; whether they are Asiatic, African or Caucasian, you or me, they look even more familiar and "beautiful" in their sculptural form. He intensifies their differences by systematically introducing some very visible changes to their morphology and genetics, they still remain accessible to the eye and imagination...

Erudition - Daniel Winn

Sir Daniel K. Winn

Erudition

Original Marble and Bronze
51.5 in x 15 in x 17 in
131 cm x 38 cm x 43 cm

Winn’s goal with “Existential Surrealism” is to explore the basic nature of human existence and examine the relationship between free-will and providence, between self-determination and the universal plan. The works are predominately figurative as they are inherently focused on the human experience, but also incorporate abstract and symbolic elements to communicate the universal divinity of creation.

Crucifixión -  Carlos Torres

Carlos Torres

Crucifixión

Mixed Media on Wood Panel
22 in x 22 in
56 cm x 56 cm

Carlos Torres' paintings and sculptures range from highly organic textural pieces that feature earth-tones to more geometrical offerings with an expansive color pallet and intersecting lines to create shapes that tantalize the imagination, presented in a fascinatingly abstract manner. All within the framework of “Organic Abstraction”, for the creations of nature itself derive much of their beauty and interest from geometric shapes and abstractions as well.

Guayubira III -  Alberto Mathot

A.E. Mathot

Guayubira III

Original Oil on Canvas
39 in x 39 in
99 cm x 99 cm

Mathot's Style | Organic Realism

His paintings focus on the inner part of the missionary mount, you can not see the sky, nor the color of the red earth, which leads the observer to understand the greenness of the depth of the missionary forest.

Eclectic III - Jose Royo

ROYO

Eclectic III

Original Oil on Canvas
24 in x 15 in
61 cm x 38 cm

The Esencia collection by Spanish Master Impressionist Royo represents a significant addition to the Master’s oeuvre. It differs from much of Royo’s previous work in that, while still representative and figurative, the subjects are not fully constrained or defined within the boundaries of the painting. This has the effect of emphasizing motion and action as the effective subjects rather than the figures themselves.

The Esencia collection, a spiritual if not literal successor to Royo’s Ingravidos museum collection, has six interrelated parts: Contrafuerza (Counterforce); Ecléctico (Eclectic); Bandera (Flag); Soplo (Blown); Al Otro Lado (To the Other Side); and Visión (Vision). Each category emphasizes a discrete and focused aspect of the Master’s work.

With the Esencia collection, Master Royo reaffirms his exceptional talent and brilliance.

Your Nostalgia, Sticky Like a Chewing Gum -  Nojan Rahimian

Nojan

Your Nostalgia, Sticky Like a Chewing Gum

Mixed Media on Canvas
55 in x 45 in
140 cm x 114 cm

Artist Style | Surreal Emotionism

Mythology: Argus, 1963
 -  Salvador Dali

Salvador Dali

Mythology: Argus, 1963

Original Hand-Colored Etching on Japanese Paper
22 in × 30 in
56 cm × 76 cm

Series Dali's Mythologie
Signature Signed lower margins

Printed on Japanese paper and hand colored. Dali illustrated Mythology by drawing very closely upon the symbolism of the ancient Greek legends. Using what he called "hasard objectif" (the meaningful manifestation of chance), he would often start with an abstract smudge, created in a single motion, and then he developed his theme from this sign of Fate.

Delphinia Study -  Ira Reines

Ira Reines

Delphinia Study

Bronze with Acid-Etched Patina
30 in x 18 in x 12 in
76 cm x 46 cm x 30 cm

Zephyr -  Boban Illic

Boban

Zephyr

Original Stainless Steel Spoons
42 in x 12 in x 22 in
107 cm x 30 cm x 30 cm

Secance - Michel Desroches

Michel Desroches

Secance

Mixed Media on Canvas
40 in x 40 in
102 cm x 102 cm

Wisdom Trinity - Daniel Winn

Sir Daniel K. Winn

Wisdom Trinity

Original Oil on Canvas
51 in x 70 in
130 cm x 178 cm

Winn’s goal with “Existential Surrealism” is to explore the basic nature of human existence and examine the relationship between free-will and providence, between self-determination and the universal plan. The works are predominately figurative as it is inherently focused on the human experience, but also incorporates abstract and even mythological elements to communicate the divinity of creation.