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"Revealing Matter" Price List

Mati Russo

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Same As It Ever Was

Mati Russo

Mixed meda on wood panel 

48" x 48"  

$3800

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I Try To Forgive You

Mati Russo

Mixed media on wood panel

48" x 48"

$4800

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Nanuk

Mati Russo

Mixed media on wood panel

22" x 48"

$2800

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Oceans

Mati Russo

Mixed media on wood panel 

42" x 36"  

$3200

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They Flew Right By You

Mati Russo

Mixed media on wood panel

24" x 36"

$2700

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Almost There

Mati Russo

Mixed media on wood panel

40" x 44"

$4200

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Mummy 2

Mati Russo

Mixed media on wood

36.5” x 36.5”

$2800

About Mati Russo

Mati Russo is a contemporary artist, currently living in the Los Angeles area, born in New York City. Her art is influenced by her own personal experiences while living in New York (including living through the attacks of 9/11) and her experiences since moving across the country to Los Angeles. She has been extremely affected and influenced by the world events of the past fifteen years which is reflected, both directly and indirectly, throughout her art. A unique juxtaposition of beauty and pain, her art illuminates the wall while at the same time it evokes thoughts and feelings that cause the viewer to reflect on their own lives and the shifting currents of the world around them.


“My work is a reflection  of my life as it is affected by events, both personal and global. Sometimes it mirrors the joy that life has brought me, or it may be a shadow of the angst that sometimes shrouds our everyday lives. Whatever the inspiration, each work evolves in its own unique way, whether starting as a field of color, a grid of plaster or a shield of images and found objects. The journey to completion is a metamorphosis, sometimes slow, sometimes quickly, until the final image of the thought or emotion I am endeavoring to communicate reveals itself to me.”


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Michael Viglietta

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Kimono

Michael Viglietta

Mixed media

36” x 36”

$2800

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It Comes in the Night

Michael Viglietta

Mixed media

34.5” x 56.5”

$3600

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Clay Pigeons

Michael Viglietta

Mixed media

24” x 30”

$2100

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Borderlines

Michael Viglietta

Mixed media

37.5” x 37.5”

$3000 

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Janus

Michael Viglietta

Mixed media

30” x 30”

$2300

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The One That Made Me Cry

Michasel Viglietta

Mixed media

36” x 48”

SOLD

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The Rover

Michael Viglietta

Mixed media

36” x 48”

$3300

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Origin of the Species

Michael Viglietta

Mixed media

26” x 26”

SOLD

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Self Portrait

Michael Viglietta

Mixed media

25.5” x 31.5”

$2400

About Michael Viglietta

Michael Viglietta is a contemporary abstract artist living and working in Los Angeles and Phoenix. His works are inspired by topography, cartography, blueprints, maps and diagrams because of the shape and structure they provide. Paint, paper, original drawings and diagrams are added at different periods in the process to be excavated at a later date and rediscovered as something else during the removal and marking process. He likens the process to an archeological dig site where he has inserted the artifacts in the sedimentary layers. The discovery process excites him. He gathers information and inspiration from everything and stores it away for access at a later date, like a malfunctioning hard drive. 


Build it up tear it down and put it back together again. It’s during the removal and piecing it back together when he finds his way in a painting -- looking for moments to grab onto and follow. Sometimes he feels like he is overhearing a remark — listening in on a conversation—until something is said that is interesting. He's never sure where the paintings come from or where they are going. 


Michael spent nearly 30 years working on film and TV productions including Iron Man, CSI, Agent Carter, and Independence Day, among others.  He has exhibited in solo and group shows in Los Angeles, New York and Phoenix. 

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Pascaline Doucin-Dahlke

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Golden Land

Pascaline Doucin-Dahlke

Acrylic on plywood

36" x 36"

$1800

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Flying Bird

Pascaline Doucin-Dahlke

Acrylic on plywood

12" x 36"

$650

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Centers

Pascaline Doucin-Dahlke

Acrylic on plywood

11.5" x 12"

$390

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Roman's Farm

Pascaline Doucin-Dahlke

Acrylic on plywood

27" x 9.5" each panel

$1500

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Icy River

Pascaline Doucin-Dahlke

Acrylic on plywood

11" x 48"

$800

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Turning Around

Pascaline Doucin-Dahlke

Acrylic on palm tree

12” x 58”

$700

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Turning Wheel Triptych

Pascaline Doucin-Dahlke

Acrylic, wood stain and ink on plywood

30" x 30" left and right panels

$1200

24" x 24" center panel

$800

$3000 entire triptych

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The Plain in the Rain

Pascaline Doucin-Dahlke

Acrylic on plywood

36" x 36"

$2500

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Golden Rhythm

Acrylic on plywood

11" x 48"

$800

About Pascaline Doucin-Dahlke

Pascaline Doucin-Dahlke is a contemporary painter and digital artist who lives and works in Los Angeles. She is licensed as an architect in France, and has pursued an art education in both France and the United States. Being in Los Angeles, a region of constant visual interaction, she has enjoyed developing two distinct forms of artistic expression: painting and digital artwork, which both using traditional and contemporary tools that are complementary. 


For each new series, she develops a fresh pictorial vocabulary with different techniques conveying the singularity of an environment, socio-political event or philosophical thoughts. Her largest body of work mostly consists of reinterpreting landscape space through personal observation with a hidden message behind it.


Her artistic research focuses on the definition of space, light, and graphic limits within a non-conventional approach through vibrant colors and textures that resonate through her artwork. Overall, her contemporary paintings and digital artworks remain within a classic aesthetic harmony. As her personal conviction, she considers art, for both the artist and the viewer, “an uplifting and challenging experience filled with emotion.” 


Her work has been part of group exhibitions in museums in Wisconsin, Florida, California, and Pennsylvania in addition to numerous exhibitions in galleries and public artworks in the Los Angeles area.

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