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F E B R U A R Y 2 015

As we go to Press with our first gallery newsletter of 2015, I hope and trust that your new year is off to a wonderful start! The first two months of the year finds our Scottsdale gallery very busy indeed with a series of artist showcases on exhibit. We are delighted to present our first feature showcase for New Mexico painter Dinah Worman. Worman’s landscape paintings are instantly recognizable for their clarity and depth. Working in both oil and pastel, her work ranges from representational to imaginative variations taken from a creative viewpoint of man and his relationship to the landscape. Canadian Jeremy Browne is enjoying great success in the American art market. Jeremy grew up in the northern most part of Brampton Ontario, spending much of his childhood near the vast farming communities. It was this early influence that led Jeremy to paint the rural landscape and architectural features of the area.

Kathleen Dunphy, Beachcombing, 18 x 36 inches, Oil, $5600

The McCaw triumvirate, comprised of Dan McCaw and sons John and Danny, join forces for Family Expressions, a special showcase of new works by this talented and dynamic family of California artists. All three share a core principal in their work, which is based on expressing feeling and emotion using the fewest elements and the most direct approach. The exhibit Coastal Connections brings together a group of some of the finest plein air painters in the country who have spent the last few months gathering material from the east coast to the west coast for this ocean inspired show. The ocean has always held special allure for artists,

Matt Smith, Low Tide, 18 x 30 inches, Oil, $7,900

whether capturing the surf breaking over a rocky coastline, a schooner slicing through waves, or a brilliant sunset as it dips below the horizon. Figurative works continue to be favorite genre among collectors of representational art. Our show, Essence of the Human Form, features four outstanding figurative painters; Michael Malm, Albin Veselka, William Whitaker and guest artist Christina Cooper. The show will include variety of subjects from ballerinas to figures set in a landscape composition. Please note that our newsletter offers only a sampling of the available artwork from these upcoming shows. Please visit our website for a comprehensive look at all the new works featured. We look forward to assisting you with your art collecting needs in the year ahead. Maryvonne Leshe Managing Partner Michael Godfrey, Pacific Power, Big Sur, 16 x 20 inches, Oil, $8,000

COASTAL CONNECTIONS FEBRUARY 2 ďšş FEBRUARY 15, 2015 | SCOTTSDALE, ARIZONA Open House Thursday, February 12th from 6:00pm - 8:00pm

Michael Godfrey, The Verdant Sea, 12 x 24 inches, Oil, $6,500

Xiaogang Zhu, Harbor View over Early Summer Roses 18 x 24 inches, Oil, $4,500

George Strickland Home Office 11 x 14 inches, Oil $2,200

Robert Duncan, Monhegan Morning, 22 x 28 inches, Oil, $7,200

Bruce Cheever Low Tide 7 x 10 inches, Oil $1,800

Rusty Jones Coastal Glare 18 x 24 inches, Oil $3,800 Calvin Liang, Rocky Coast, Carmel 20 x 30 inches, Oil, $4,600



Matt Smith, Clear and Windy, 10 x 14 inches, Oil, $3,200

Matt Smith, Back of the Island, 16 x 22 inches, Oil, $6,200

Kathleen Dunphy, Neap Tide, 12 x 16 inches, Oil, $2,200

Matt Smith, Crashing Surf, 7 x 15 inches, Oil $3,000

Kathleen Dunphy, Coastal Breeze, 14 x 20 inches, Oil, $2,600

Kathleen Dunphy, Seaswept, 30 x 40 inches, Oil, $10,500 Kathleen Dunphy, Azure, 12 x 16 inches, Oil, $2,200 TRAILSIDEGALLERIES.COM 3

JEREMY BROWNE | NEW WORKS Light & Form - Landscape

Memories of Midnight, 18 x 36 inches, Acrylic, $5,200

Homeward Bound, 24 x 18 inches, Acrylic, $4,000

Harvest Moon, 24 x 40 inches, Acrylic, $6,400

Midnight, 30 x 24 inches, Acrylic, $5,600 The Farmer’s Way, 8 x 16 inches, Acrylic, $1,400


ESSENCE OF THE HUMAN FORM FEBRUARY 16 ďšş FEBRUARY 28, 2015 | SCOTTSDALE, ARIZONA Open House Thursday, February 19th from 6:00pm - 8:00pm

Christina Cooper, Ballet with Bear, 24 x 18 inches, Oil, $4,000

Christina Cooper, Prima Ballerina, 20 x 16 inches, Oil, $3,200

Mike Malm, Autumn Outing, 24 x 30 inches, Oil, $6,000

Christina Cooper, Loving Friend, 24 x 18 inches, Oil, $4,000

Albin Veselka, The Sculptor, 32 x 24 inches, Oil, $5,400


DINAH WORMAN | NEW WORKS Layers of a Rural Landscape

Cows on the Edge, 16 x 20 inches, Oil, $2,500

A Path of Their Own, 60 x 48 inches, Oil, $11,000

A Good Day To Be a Cow,12 x 12 inches, Oil, $1,400

Red Willow Morning, 48 x 48 inches, Oil, $8,000

View from Valverde, 24 x 20 inches, Oil, $3,400 6 FEBRUARY 2014


Danny McCaw, Observed Experience, 40 x 30 inches, Oil, $10,000

Dan McCaw, NYC Reflections, 36 x 24 inches, Oil, $12,500

John McCaw, Textures with Perforations, 60 x 48 inches, mixed media, $16,000

John McCaw, Healing, 48 x 48 inches, mixed media, $12,000

Dan Mccaw, Anticipation, 36 x 24 inches, Oil, $12,500

Dan McCaw, along with sons John and Danny have created new collection of studio paintings for “Family Expressions” a show of expressionist and abstract imagery. Sharing a studio in Southern California, the three are immersed in an atmosphere of artistic creativity and spontaneity which gives each of the artists the confidence and ability to take risks and explore new directions with their work. While they each have their own unique approach, all three share a common goal of taking the very basics of art, which are color, texture and design, and composing them in a way that is not only stimulating but also thought-provoking.

Danny McCaw Layered Memories 36 x 40 inches, Oil $10,500



Tranquility, 28 x 40 inches, Oil, $25,000

Golden Meadows, 29 x 44 inches, Oil, $28,500

In just a matter of a few years, Australian artist John McCartin has catapulted from relative obscurity to international acclaim. In 2014 alone he received over 20 major international awards in less than 9 months. He displayed a marked natural talent for drawing as a boy, but did not start seriously painting until age 20. John displays great versatility in his ability to work effectively in most mediums to capture a very diverse range of subjects with extraordinary drafting skill. An adept painter of landscapes, seascapes, floral/still life, human figure/portraits and animals, his works are visually striking and emotionally charged. His masterful use of color and tone create a powerful illusion of space, light and atmosphere. Light, particularly, is a notable feature of his work. His works can be found in private and corporate collections worldwide.


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