Sunday, July 20, 2008

Three Artist Exhibition at Phantom Galleries LA at Homestead House in Pasadena

Currently, DanielakArt, in conjunction with Phantom Galleries LA, is exhibiting at Homestead House at 680 E. Colorado Blvd. and El Molino in Pasadena's Playhouse District.

On display is the work of Robert G. Stevens' acrylic landscapes of New Mexico and Julie Snyder's beautifully executed new oil paintings on El Molino (across from the Pasadena Playhouse). Also included in the exhibition are Mark Venaglia's stunning new work on Colorado Blvd across from Vroman's Bookstore - including hand painted, one of a kind, vintage handbags.

Each artist's work will be on display until the end of August, 2008.


A native of Scotland, Julie Snyder studied drawing and painting at the Glasgow School of Art. She forged her craft as an illustrator in advertising, publishing and the motion picture industry, including Warner Bros. Her artistic career has spanned both sides of the Atlantic and included several years of residence in Southern Spain.

To see more of Julie Snyder's new "Golden Muse" series visit 680 E. Colorado Blvd (El Molino Side) across from the Pasadena Playhouse or visit our gallery website

Botanical painter and Trompe L'oeil master Mark Venaglia was the featured Green Artist in the American Society of Interior Design's 43rd annual Showcase House. Called "one of the most exciting artists in America today" by The New York Times, the artist is currently working on a large commission for one of DanielakArt's collectors. Venaglia, who created a mural diptych of giant poppies for the PerCent for Art Program in Pasadena, utilizes earth friendly casein fresco paint on organic muslin for all of his paintings and murals.

Shown above are three images from each of the artists, Sea Anenome "Rituals" by Mark Venaglia, "Summer Day in Madrid, New Mexico" by Robert G. Stevens and "Rehearsal" by Julie Snyder.

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