Sunday, September 14, 2008

Sunday Art Review: Michael Pfleghaar

Each week I attempt to present a variety of different themes and mediums with the hope that something strikes a chord in someone from time to time. This week I thought I'd feature a series of work from a fabulously talented artist who has become respected and known in many circles, particularly among collectors here in Palm Springs. This artist was the inspiration for this week's Sunday Art Review: Michael Pfleghaar. These images are reprints of his work which I am sharing here because I respect and admire his wonderful ability to bring you into the image.

above: "Poolside"

above: "Lounge"

above:
" The Dance"

above" Wexler Steel House"
above: "Fireside"

above: "Eames Chairs
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Which is your favorite? Feel free to leave a comment and share your thoughts about this wonderful artist.
-Rick Rockhill

4 comments:

jackie said...

these are all such beautiful peices, but I think I like poolside best.

Empress Bee (of the High Sea) said...

i am not familiar with him but do like his work, thanks for sharing it and showing me!

and i never "got" the whole eames chair thingy. guess it's like the sunburst clock i like, huh?

smiles, bee
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kenju said...

I like them all, but The Dance is full of movement and action.

OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

The first one is my favorite because it has some interesxtimg plants in it! I can't see his work is my cuo of tea, but that is whay Art is all about, isn't it?

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