Gallery Forty- Two
42 E. Washington Street, Indianapolis, IN | firstname.lastname@example.org | 317-213-6171
Meet The Artists
Dalí was a Spanish surrealist artist renowned for his technical skill, precise draftsmanship, and the striking and bizarre images in his work. Gallery Forty-Two is very fortunate to have an extensive collection of his original lithograph prints available for purchase!
Jim Golaszewski is an internationally collected artist who brings a unique perception to the traditional landscape genre. Golaszewski uses bold textures and vaguely surreal compositions to create his distinctive style of realism. To express his vision, Golaszewski has created a sculptural painting style that cannot be found anywhere else.
Frederick Hart was an American sculptor. The creator of hundreds of public monuments, private commissions, portraits, and other works of art, Hart is most famous for Ex Nihilo, a part of his Creation Sculptures at Washington National Cathedral
Born in Nis, Serbia, Boban studied under Nandor Glid at the University of Arts in Belgrade, graduating in 1988. Between 1986 and 1990, he exhibited his sculptures in galleries across Europe. In 1991, at the outbreak of the Yugoslav Wars, Boban immigrated to the United States and settled in Chicago.
Moreau was a French Symbolist painter known for his erotic paintings of mythological and religious subjects. He was a prolific artist who produced over 15,000 paintings, watercolors, and drawings.
M. L. Snowden is an American sculptor. Her works, largely in lost wax-cast bronze, explore the monumental forces and energies of geological phenomena and human figuration. They are intended to convey power and movement through abstract and representational elements.
The Vietnamese master sculptor Nguyen Tuan is internationally known for his seemingly “weightless” figurative sculpture merging Western techniques with traditional Eastern values. He has coined the term “existential balance” to bring emphasis to the importance of balance to human existence.
Kevin James Wilsom
Kevin James Wilson holds a Bachelor of Fine Art in Illustration from the Rhode Island School of Design where he was awarded a full scholarship. Kevin’s services as an artist have included illustration, graphic design, murals, portraits, still life, fine art, computer graphics, workshops and storyboards. His real passion is fine art, primarily drawing with graphite and colored pencil. Among his many awards and accolades, he currently holds the position of President of the Indiana Artist Club.