Magic of Minimalism

By CH on Feb 19, 2021 1:48:00 PM

He is a magician when it comes to transforming wood. Pierme’s sculptures evoke qualities of architecture and nature, combining balance, energy, and movement. “I have an admiration for architecture,” he says. “And then, when I look at what nature does, I’m very admirative as well. So, what I’m often trying to do is take what I receive from the natural world and mix it with the human influence.” That contrast of the organic and mechanical typifies his love of tension and contradiction — the way color and positive-negative juxtaposition can create a
kinetic effect. The results are works of art of striking minimalistic elegance with a post-modern quality and sophistication.

The French artist recently celebrated his 25 year anniversary of living and working in the United States and this is his 4th solo show with HOHMANN.

You can learn more about Pascal Pierme and request a list of available works here: 

PASCAL PIERME

You are welcome to visit the exhibition anytime, but please call ahead to make sure that we are not busy with other clients: (760) 346-4243 Option 1

Topics: Exhibitions Pascal Pierme

Bernard Cathelin's little nap

By CH on Feb 19, 2021 1:06:23 PM

Bernard Cathelin (1919 - 2004) was a French painter known for his uniquely stylized abstractions of flowers, landscapes, and figures. Thick palette knife strokes of paint capture the light and atmosphere of the Provence, where he spent much time. Cathelin's work has been exhibited in countless museums and galleries around the world. There are very few original works currently on the market and none of this quality and condition. Painted in 1988, "Sieste Au Petit Saint Vincent" depicts a nude woman lounging under an open window that looks out onto the water. Petit Saint Vincent is an Island in the Caribbean and Cathelin beautifully captured the lazy, warm island summer afternoon in this stunning 59" x 59" painting.

Topics: Secondary Market Painting

The literate world of Paul Beliveau

By CH on Feb 19, 2021 12:36:16 PM

This is the first exhibition of the renowned hyper realistic painter from Canada at our gallery. Beliveau, who studied art in Quebec, has exhibited his work in galleries and museums around the world and is recipient of numerous awards. He captures books, often the spines of several, and combines them to create a new narrative.

Topics: Exhibitions Paul Beliveau

Voss-Andreae's New Landmark in Columbus

By CH on Feb 19, 2021 11:22:35 AM

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH)–A special commemoration this Martin Luther King Jr. Day with a sculpture unveiling for all to see in downtown Columbus.

Topics: Online News TV Julian Voss-Andreae

Devine at Oceanside Museum of Art

By CH on Jan 15, 2021 6:16:00 PM

Today, Matt Devine installed one of his impressive outdoor sculptures at the Oceanside Museum of Art. Make sure to stop and take a look when you are in Oceanside.

Topics: Sculpture Matt Devine

Cerny in Iowa Museum

By CH on Aug 7, 2020 9:00:00 AM

Topics: David Cerny General News Artist Updates

Segal on HYPEBEAST

By CH on Jun 6, 2020 12:10:37 AM

Our artist Maura Segal was written up on the prominent art blog HYPEBEAST

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Warriors with Messengers

By CH on May 21, 2020 1:08:33 AM

Paul Ecke's  "Warriors" will take your breath away. Based on a cleansing journey after winning his battle with cancer, these sculptures touch on all aspects of humanity.

Topics: Painting Sculpture Paul Ecke Viewing Room

D.J. Hall - Nocturne

By CH on May 8, 2020 3:15:32 PM

Contemporary painter DJ Hall’s Nocturne pays homage to peer artist and Neo-expressionist Eric Fischl’s famous 1982 work Barbecue, in which a young boy fills the foreground with a flame pouring out of his mouth as his grinning father commandeers a grill behind him near the pool. Only in Hall’s version, as in all of her pieces, the primary subject is a female and the world is one of her own making. 

Topics: Painting DJ Hall Viewing Room

jd hansen - Resonance

By CH on May 5, 2020 11:49:39 PM

This is the very last exemplar of jd hansen's recent sculpture "Resonance". We premiered this sculpture less than a year ago and it is now already sold out except this one remaining cast that we currently have at the gallery.

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She Wears Prada

By CH on Apr 28, 2020 2:11:41 PM

In She Wears Prada, we find a signature, multi-layered and complex personage constructed by Croatian painter Zivana Gojanovic, demonstrating the artist’s singular passion to convey the subtle nuances of the human being’s enigmatic place within the worldly plane. 

Topics: Painting Zivana Gojanovic Viewing Room

Pascal Pierme - Origines Dual

By CH on Apr 21, 2020 11:41:28 PM

Twenty curvaceously sculpted, abstract wooden sticks dance together on the wall in Pascal Pierme’s delightful work Origines Dual. The minimalist forms present a gorgeous wood surface yet when viewed from the sides, the “dual” tones of lime green and periwinkle blue appear. Playfully reminiscent of the earth’s organic, biomorphic forms such as a tribal conglomeration of cactus bones, sandwiched between the hues of grass and sky.

Topics: Pascal Pierme wall sculpture

Nicholas Auen - Notre Dame

By CH on Apr 21, 2020 11:37:13 PM

“Notre Dame” was inspired by artist Nicholas Auen’s visit to the renowned Notre-Dame de Paris Cathedral during a trip to Europe with his wife. Touched by the religious icon’s staggering scale and complexity, he sought to convey its poetic historical resonance within the framework of a modern aesthetic.
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Manzur Kargar - Blood Cells

By CH on Apr 16, 2020 3:27:18 PM

This stunning triptych by Manzur Kargar, the Afghanistan-born, Berlin based German painter juxtaposes the glamorous beauty of magazine cover models with visual elements that appear post modern, but are, upon closer look, enlarger blood cells. It becomes a modern-day version of the art historical theme of the memento mori, the reminder that beauty and life on earth is fleeting.  

Topics: Painting Manzur Kargar Interiors

Horns of a Dilemma

By CH on Mar 26, 2020 3:47:54 PM

 
Contemporary artist Robert Dunahay’s professional oeuvre has run the gamut from figurative painting to installation to minimalist abstraction, spanning four decades of a prolific career that began in New York City, matured in San Francisco, and now flourishes in sunny Palm Springs, California.
Topics: Robert Dunahay Painting

Welcome Cerny Babies

By Palm Springs Life on Jun 11, 2018 4:07:00 PM

Palm Springs Life, 6/11/2018

https://www.palmspringslife.com/babies-palm-springs/

Following the popular installation of Isabelle by Julian Voss-Andreae in May, the next collaboration between Hohmann Fine Art and Grit Development brought a world class caliber art installation to downtown Palm Springs, the “Babies,” by internationally renowned Czech artist David Cerný.

Topics: Magazine David Cerny

10,000 hours of 3D printing

By CH on Jun 23, 2017 11:29:00 PM

Julian Voss-Andreae landed yet another prestigious commission this time in Georgia. On August 1st he will install a 6' tall bronze for the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta.

Topics: Julian Voss-Andreae Artist Updates

Voss-Andreae wins coveted prize

By Christian Hohmann on Apr 12, 2017 12:53:00 AM

Julian Voss-Andreae wins CodaWorx Award

Installation at University of Minneapolis fetches coveted prize

Julian Voss-Andreae, a former quantum physicist, received one of the highly coveted and prestigious CODAWORX Awards for his sculptural installation for the University of Minnesota’s new Physics and Nanotechnology Building inspired by a view of the human body through the lens of quantum physics. The German title of the installation (literally "tension field") originated in physics but is used in contemporary German almost exclusively in a metaphorical sense, implying a dynamic tension, often between polar opposites, that permeates everything in its vicinity. "Spannungsfeld" consists of two 10' (3 m) tall figures in a basic kneeling pose, a male and a female, facing each other.

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Willi Kissmer in American Art Collector Magazine

By CH on Oct 1, 2010 1:18:35 PM

Once a year, in October, the national art magazine "American Art Collector" has a special feature about the "Art of the Nude". It covers artists from all over the world that have been recognized as outstanding artists in that subject. It was great news to learn that Willi Kissmer was selected to be included in this feature.

Topics: Artist Updates Willi Kissmer

22 und schon Galerist

By HOHMANN News Archive on Dec 27, 1996 4:00:47 AM

Source: Bild

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Rudolf Hausner stellt seine Bilder aus

By Christian Hohmann on Jun 10, 1994 5:00:54 AM

Source: Walsroder Zeitung (http://www.wz-net.de/)

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