James Hardman - Over the years, Leo Lambiel has collected approximately 50 pieces by Orcas Island resident James Hardman. Join us on August 25th and 26th for your chance to take home some of his beautiful and unique pieces.
James Hardman lives in an old cabin on the windy north shore of Orcas Island, where he enjoys the company of bald eagles, harbor seals and white-tail deer. James pursues a variety of creative interests, including painting, printmaking, sculpture and music.
The visual art of James Hardman celebrates the beauty of his island home. "I paint to convey a sensibility, a way of perceiving." He is self-taught and his unusual style has developed over twenty years of experimentation. His technique incorporates elements of glazing methods from the Renaissance with color treatment reminiscent of the pointillists. He works in multiple layers of translucent paint, using either a combination of watercolor and acrylic or a combination of oil and egg tempera. His paintings have found homes in over 500 private collections.
Saturday, 25 August, 10 am to 5 pm
Sunday, 26 August, 11 am to 3 pm
NO PARKING AVAILABLE AT THE MUSEUM! Please park at Orcas Center. Transportation via shuttle service will be provided from there. *Cash or check preferred for all sales.*#art#artcollection#artcollectors#orcascenter#orcasisland#visitsanjuans#sanjuanislands#artist#artistsoninstagram#leolambiel#jameshardman#leoosborne#artshow#instaart#artcollector#artforsale#pnwartist#pnw#rareart
New artist! Frederico Galavis, West Hollywood ~ The style of this piece resembles Picasso/Basquiat but when you see his other works you see Galavis is of his own praxis. His art will take you back eras to when technique was value, and a single piece would transport you to a setting - for Galavis, a setting of his own creation; however, not one unrecognizable to the observer. As if we have been far estranged from something familiar, Galavis reunites us. THIS is #rareart today. Inquire. .