Gaylord Soli

Untitled

30 x 22 in.
$750
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Art Description

This piece is an original mixed media acrylic painting on deckle-edged paper by Gaylord Soli, hand signed by the artist. This piece has been custom framed. Includes Letter of Authenticity. Measures approx. 29" x 36.5" (with frame); 22" x 30" (image).
ITEM #: 226775
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Gaylord Soli was born in 1939 on a farm in North Dakota, shortly after his parents emigrated from Oslo, Norway. At the age of three Gaylord’s family relocated to Los Angeles, California. While he has made Southern California his home ever since, and currently works daily in his studio in Orange County, his love of open spaces has never left him.

Much of Gaylord's earlier years were spent on adventures around the globe. These quests encompassed camera safaris to the Kalahari Desert of Africa, anthropological research on the native tribes of the Amazon River, studies of Mayan ruins of Chitchen Itza in the Yukatan Peninsula, and the ancient world of Alexander the Great, from Syria to Mongolia.

All of these places and experiences have had a causal effect leading to the exotic nuances, romantic spirit, and sometimes a primeval quintessence found in Gaylord's paintings. Gaylord himself is quoted as recognizing the profound influence these early experiences have on his art: “I have been fortunate to have traveled the world extensively. This has allowed me to explore and experience primitive cultures. I think my art reflects these experiences.”

Gaylord's artwork is imbued with a feeling of freedom and spontaneity in both image and technique. Thematically, an idea is allowed a metamorphosis, to expand and grow as the work is executed. Lines, figures, textures and colors evolve as the work progresses until the final stroke makes the statement of completion.

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