1/22  Inside the COLLECTORS SALON at JAMES BACCHI CONTEMPORARY
Shown: Paul Morin, Lucky Rapp and Matthew Frederick

2/22  Gioi Tran, Jaw Breaker, 30 in. x 30 in., acrylic on canvas

3/22  Jhina Alvarado, Garden of Earthly Delight, 30 in. x 30 in., oil and encaustic on panel

4/22  Scott Idleman, Kanaloa, 36 in. x 48 in., gesso and acrylic on canvas

5/22  Carolyn Meyer, City of Pink Champagne and Marshmellows, 48 in. x 48 in., oil on canvas

6/22  Lucky Rapp, Handle With Care, 30 in. x 48 in., mixed media on canvas

7/22  Inside the COLLECTORS SALON at JAMES BACCHI CONTEMPORARY
Shown: Carolyn Meyer, Riis and Jeffrey Ketcham

8/22  Fernando Reyes, Adore, 36 in. x 36 in., oil and hand printed cutouts on panel

9/22  Astrid, Trip Without Train, 23 1/2 in. x 19 1/4 in., solarized print

10/22  Serena Bocchino, Cool Jazz Waves, 36 in. x 48 in., oil and enamel on canvas

11/22  Paul Morin, Baby Humours Bleh, 16 in. x 16 in., oil and metal leaf on canvas

12/22  Matthew Frederick, Peach Blossoms, 53 in. x 53 in., oil on canvas

13/22  Inside the COLLECTORS SALON at JAMES BACCHI CONTEMPORARY
Shown: Scott Idleman, Bill Bloomfield and Astrid

14/22  Franc D’Ambrosio, Blues, 48 in. x 48 in., deconstructed acrylic on canvas

15/22  Carrie Ann Plank, Confluence Form 4, 23 in. x 23 in., acrylic and archival pigment print on panel

16/22  Thea Schrack, In a Different Time, 40 in. x 40 in., photo encaustic

17/22  Adam Kurtzman, Eiffel, 45 in. x 23 in. x 23 in., leaded glass, cement base with gold leaf

18/22  James Bacchi, #inthesky Palm Springs, 22 in. x 17 in., mobile photograph, archival pigment print, ed. 7

19/22  Will Valle, Horizons #7, 52 in. x 48 in., acrylic and pigment stick on canvas

20/22  Mark D. Powers, Mission Creek Houseboats, 48 in. x 12 in. each, Diptych, acrylic on panels

21/22  Howard Hersh, Double Roundabout, 36 in. x 41 in., acrylic on panels

22/22  Eric Rewitzer, Pink Gidorah, 36 in. x 36 in., linocut