Tag Archives: greg spalenka
“A good idea is just an idea until you make it real.” -Dee Arisman The idea is the foundation of all great art… but how to get to a good one? Sketching is one way. It has been my experience … Continue reading
Eve Villa Neuhart, SX70 Polaroid, early 2000’s. Eve Villa Neuhart is my stepdaughter. It is her birthday today and so wanted to celebrate her as an art spirit that inspired and helped me with many of my artworks as … Continue reading
Polaroid of Victoria Lowe. Circa 1989. I love people. I love the human figure. The body is a magnificent creation and I enjoy celebrating it in my art. Much of my imagery conceptually begins with the human being. The body … Continue reading
“The Gaze,” charcoal, graphite, oil paint on board. Will be available at Chandeliers and Tulips in Agoura next week.
View this post on Instagram Four Seasons Redux, 21.75" x 18″ mixed media, graphite, conte, prisma colors, pastels, print, tape, on paper. Alchemical Goddesses represent the seasons of our life and the self realization of our true natures. https://spalenkablog.wordpress.com/?p=3079&preview=true A … Continue reading
Sweet little piece, Desert Mage, ink, charcoal, graphite, conte, on paper. 8.5″ x 11″ Signed. $150.00 SOLD. Thank you, Michael Gaydos.