Come see us before we leave Florida! Our last in-season art festival in Florida till our return in plate September or October. Let’s meet in Las Olas at 620 E Las Olas Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, FL, 33301 on Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th.
We love the colorful, cheerful presence of these circles. This is a 16 in. wide by 60 in. tall, 4 in. deep contemporary mixed media sculpture painting with plaster texture on wood, PVC and resin. Please text me to inquire about this artwork
This is our last show in the area. It’s a beautiful day, with an occasional breeze. Main and Gulfstream in downtown Sarasota. This piece is attracting some attention because of the calm emotions it conveys through color and simplicity. The broken glass details also help. 🙂
Contemporary sculptures by Eric Sauvageau at the Naples Fine Art, at the Italian-American Club.
Contemporary Wall Scultpure Painting Little Universe. Wood, PVC and plaster.
We’ll be showing our art at Naples Downtown Art Festival this coming Saturday 20th and Sunday 21th. The very classic art show on 5th Avenue South! From the shows website: Date: March 20 & 21, 2021Location: 5th Avenue SouthShow Hours: Saturday 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.Sunday 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.Admission: FREE donations are always greatly appreciated and benefitContinue reading “We’re going to Naples!”
We have been working on a new version of a previous piece—don’t we always do that?—. And came up with a different version of The City, a more green and blue kind of city. There is so much texture and depth in this harmonious piece of art. It can be either horizontal or vertical, it’sContinue reading “A new city”
Glass and metal sculpture, contemporary art
contemporary art scultpure on glass, metall and wood
This colorful contemporary mixed media piece is lightweight yet has a strong presence. This lightweight artwork is made of a wood and texture background that looks curved on the front but has a flat back to sit on your wall. It’s 4 feet wide by approximately 3 feet tall and has a 4 to 5Continue reading “Sweetwater Fish”