"For walls that inspire"
For the first time ever, all 5 decades of John Morse's work is featured exclusively at Ao5 Gallery. The collection spans from the oldest surviving collage of Morse's career to his latest large scale works. Ao5 has unveiled works created by Morse that appeared along with his contemporaries Keith Haring and Jean-Michele Basquiat on the streets of New York in the 1980s. To listen to John talk about the works and his journey into collage art, check out our Todd Talk Videos.
A Southern California native, Carrie Graber has been influenced by the hot summers & warm glowing colors of her home apparent in the amazing depiction of light in her works. She will transport you back in time with her love of mid-century architecture and style. Graber’s work has been exhibited around the world, and she is considered among the most talented and well-collected contemporary artists of our time.
The Cinematic Artist, Gabe Leonard’s paintings take you into a world rich with inimitable atmosphere and narrative intrigue. What tales lie behind these interesting characters? And where will their stories take them? His work has been described as “Johnny Cash meets Quentin Tarantino” and he captures rich moods by combining the free brushwork of an expressive artist with the lighting and framing of a seasoned Hollywood cinematographer.
A Canadian Juno Award-winning graphic artist, Syme is best known for his album cover artwork for bands like Dream Theater, Whitesnake, Aerosmith, Queensrÿche, Bon Jovi, Alice Cooper, Iron Maiden, and mostly notably Rush. He has designed Rush album covers since 1975 and created the famous Starman logo. Syme is a musician in his own right and has played keyboard on several Rush albums.
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