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DISAPPEARANCES Collection

Series ‘DISAPPEARANCES’ is an endless marine fable. Sirens of the endless seas call for all of us but only the few have the strength to answer the call. The best and the bravest follow their heart only to never return but they are not lost. All of us who have been left behind, we can glimpse them in our dreams or during our last moments at sea. The cradle of all life keeps our best to itself.

Aurora Collection: Aurora & Kent, 2017

SOLD

Oil on canvas, 20″ x 16″, framed, private collection of Sheri Oremus

The story  behind the painting:

Aurora & Kent. My name is Aurora, it is my duty is to meet the new day and to greet the Sun. I bring the colors of the Dawn into your dreams so that you start your day with a smile. I chase away your dark thoughts and your nightmares, I am the one who keeps you sane.

 

“The sea, once it casts its spell, holds one in its net of wonder forever.” ~Jacques Yves Cousteau

Disappearances 3, 2016

SOLD

 Oil on gesso panel, 16 x 12 in, Private Collection of Hollywood producer, director Joss Whadon. Los Angeles

Disappearances, 2015

SOLD

Oil on gesso panel, 30″ x 40″, private collection (sold during CASA’s 2017 Wine + Art Charity event, February 25th, 2017) 

The story  behind the painting:

Disappearances 1.  Is there anything left to say about life and death and human condition since William Faulkner? Is there any Light or Sea or Sky left to be painted since William Turner? Yes, all you have to do is open yourself to the Beauty and then Disappear.  (Allois and Jörge)

Disappearances 10, 2015

SOLD

Oil on gesso panel, 40″ x 30″, Private Collection of Thanasis Bavelis, Chicago

The story  behind the painting:

Disappearances 10.  Is there a wall between Dreams and Reality? How does the everyday existence reflects itself onto the Dream? When exactly do Dreams come to life? What is that moment when our sand castles stop growing out of the dreamscapes, when do our morning stars collide into one blinding Sun? At this fleeting moment we can be whole again.  (Allois and Jörge)

 

 

Disappearances 5, 2015

SOLD

 Oil on gesso panel, 24 x 18 in, Private Collection of  Connie Red, Topanga, CA

Disappearances 6, 2015

SOLD

 Oil on gesso panel, 24 x 18 in, Private Collection of  Pat & Keith Tomlinson, Topanga, CA

Flying Dutchman is pounded by the waves of Indifference, its sails are torn by the furies of Envy and Agitation. Perseverance is its only strength, Love is its only salvation. Is there anything Flying Dutchman transmits to all of us, so deeply and safely rooted into our never-ending routine?… It does, but transmission goes unnoticed. Only those who set their goals and follow their dreams as if their life depends on it, only selected few who solved the Secret and realized that they are Alive, they get the message. They are invited aboard… (Allois and Jörge)

Hand Retouched Canvas Prints

Limited Edition Canvases combine old world craftsmanship with the finest materials and latest production technologies to produce extraordinary canvas artwork. Our reproduction process captures not only the color and mood of Allois original painting, but the actual brushwork as well. Every piece is hand-retouched by Allois, giving the painting a look almost identical to the artist’s on-easel original. Vibrant colors, rich textures and color tones accurate to Allois original brushstroke are the hallmarks of your finished piece.

“S” Collectors Numbered Edition of 27

“The thickness of oil on canvas print is similar to the original brushstrokes, oil pigments cover whole canvas surface. Old-fashioned techniques and special medias are being used in this process. Final result looks like oil painting, not a print, and people perceive it as the original” Allois 

A limited edition print is so named because its run — the number of these prints that are created and sold — is limited to a specific number, say, 200. Each run is determined by size and any other qualifying factors; for instance, you can have a limited edition run of an image in a 12 x 15 size on paper, another run of 16 x 20 on paper, a third run of 12 x 15 on canvas, and so on. If you purchase the 5th print sold in the 12 x 15 on paper run, then somewhere on the print will be written (generally in pencil, since this is difficult to forge) 5/200, which indicates that your print is the 5th piece out of a total of 200 to be created in this particular run.

The print may or may not be signed by the artist (if the artist is alive, it really should be), and if so, will be of increased value. It also may or may not include a Certificate of Authenticity, a piece of paper or form that lists out the run size, the number of your print in the run, and information on inks and paper, and the date that the print was created.

  • 20” x 16” $450
  • 24” x 18” $550
  • 30” x 20” $600
  • 32” x 24” $700
  • 40” x 30” $1250
  • 60” x 40” $1650 

Price for originals ranges from $4000 to $20,000. 

 

 

 

About the Artist

Allois is an American painter and illustrator, best known for the striking and bizarre images of Aliens in her surrealist work. She illustrated collectible edition of the stories by Edgar Allan Poe and Ray Bradbury "THE FALL OF THE HOUSE OF USHER/USHER II," published by Gauntlet Press in 2010.

       

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