We’re proud to announce our newest talent, Teresa Oaxaca! Her resume is quite impressive, especially at 24 years of age. She was classically trained at the Florence Academy of Art & Angel Academy of Art, studied at the studio of Odd Nerdrum, and keeps her skills sharp by attending classes with Robert Liberace. This is … More New Talent: Teresa Oaxaca
Just last week, master frame maker and oil painter extraordinaire, Rett Ashby, sent us some beautiful examples of his work. Within a couple of days three of the pieces sold out of the window. They’re even better in person, if you are able to stop by, please do!
Before there was America, there was Columbia. For much of our nation’s history, America’s alternative name, Columbia, was a byword for the shared values that united a diverse and fractious American society. Photograph by Francis Smith Gallery friend and talented photographer & filmmaker Francis Smith will grace Principle Gallery with his presence on Thursday, April … More Columbia, America By Another Name
’14 February 2006′, 46 x 40, Oil on Canvas, 2006. For as long as I can remember, the Lynn Boggess piece above has been one of my personal favorites. All the elements that often pull people to Lynn’s work are present — perspective, natural beauty, capturing reflection, movement, and a feeling of perfect calm. He … More Lynn Boggess: Braving the Snow
Above: Pamela Wilson, ‘Cinnamon Incursion’, 14 x 11, Oil on Panel, 2012. Join us this Friday, January 20th from 6:30-9:00pm for a Broad Street Studio Curated Exhibition: From What I Remember / From What I Forget. 15 of the participating artists will be in attendance! Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to see some familiar gallery … More From What I Remember / From What I Forget
Jeremy Mann never ceases to surprise and excite us with his paintings. We recently received four new pieces — all extremely fresh in their blend of Jeremy’s traditional training with his own innovative painting techniques and vision. We can’t get enough of his work. Enjoy!
We’re due to receive these four new paintings from Larry Preston in the next day or two! Between the donuts, lemons, and fresh lilacs, they remind us of summer whether it be time spent in Maine, Michigan, the Cape, or Lake Huron. We wish you all a fun and relaxing summer! ‘Donuts’, 13 x 10, … More Larry Preston Summer Paintings
As many of you know, we have a wonderful gallery dog named Lucy. We are all animal lovers and grew up with dogs — Michele had Jacko, a Miniature Poodle. Ali had two Golden Retreivers, Amanda and Thea. Clint had an Australian Cattle Dog named Belle. Meghan’s parents still have Samii and Sonaa, two Golden … More Lucy the Gallery Dog
Nobuhito Tanaka just emailed us to say that he’s sending along two fresh paintings! We love his small works — from a distance they appear to be photographs yet up close you can see his delicate brushstrokes. From the images, the reflections in the street on the first piece look incredible. We can’t wait to … More New Tanaka Paintings En Route
As a few of you may remember, King Street was actually not the first location of Principle Gallery! We originally opened our doors in 1994 at 315 Cameron Street, just around the corner from our current location. 315 Cameron Street was a striking, historic townhouse that made the perfect setting for an art gallery. Upon … More Principle Gallery’s Beginnings