We are thrilled and honoured to welcome Yasiel Palomino Perez to The Phoenix Collection of Fine Art. From his beautiful equine art to landscapes, portraits, Old Havana's classic cars and abstracts, Yasiel's work is awe-inspiring. He is able to capture the essence of each subject in his masterful brush strokes. Working in acrylic and oil, his stretched gallery wrapped original paintings are highly collectible and a great investment in fine art.
View his gallery here.
Art & Style Blog
The Phoenix Collection is proud to present the stunning wildlife art of reknowned wildlife artist James Corwin whose fabulous art is inspired by the animals of the exotic places he visits. You may view his gallery The Art of James Corwin.
The painting featured above is "Roger-African Rhino," one of his most poignant paintings. Although the original has been sold for $5,500 USD, a Limited Edition of only 95 prints are available at The Phoenix Collection in 8" x 10", "16" x 20" or the original size of 24" x 30." Each print is signed and numbered by James and is also offered in an embellished version with paint and texture added by the artist to reproduce the look and feel of the original painting, a truly unique one-of-a-kind work of art.
We are pleased to launch our Animal-Inspired Decor at The Phoenix Collection.
We have a special place in our hearts for all God's creatures, great and small. As life-long animal advocates; our love, respect and enduring fascination for animals of all kinds has naturally inspired our art and home décor business.
a successful career in radio broadcasting, but broadcasting’s gain would have been the art world’s loss. Pas specializes in painting nature and wildlife, but his focus is on the abstract patterns and textures visible in nature, such as in the veins of a leaf or the tracery on a moth’s wing.
The Hammer Museum and the Art Gallery of Ontario are partnering on the first major exhibition of paintings by Canadian artist Lawren Harris to be presented in the United States. Though largely unknown in the U.S., Lawren Harris (1885–1970) was a pioneering modernist and a leading figure in defining Canadian art in the twentieth century.
With the One-of-a-Kind Christmas Craft Show on the horizon, it fondly brings to mind my career as a jewelry collecting editor for the second largest women's website in the mid-2000s. During my tenure, I wrote about fabulous jewelry and its makers -- including the Canadian jewelry designer Danny Pollak -- interviewed famous designers, learned about gemology and immersed myself into the world of gems.
Inevitably, I began designing jewelry myself and learning how to string beads, then fabricate metal, and finally make chainmaille. I did the craft show circuit, but lately have put that creative outlet on hold to devote my time to The Phoenix Collection. The following article written in 2014, continues to get lots of visitors although the page is no longer a part of any website, so I decided to include it here in our Art & Style blog since jewelry is after all, wearable art.
If, like a moth to a flame, you are drawn to unusual and dramatic jewelry that has more than its fair share of pizzazz, then you’ll love Canadian jeweler, Danny Pollak. Pollak has been designing and making high quality jewelry for more than 30 years. Every handcrafted piece made by this master metalsmith is guaranteed for life; repaired and returned by mail, free of charge. He crafts his pieces in brass; then coats them with rhodium, 24 karat gold, sterling or copper. Swarovski crystals or rhinestones in dynamic colors such as red, orange, purple and lime green are then hand-set into each piece. Most are finished with vintage objets d’art accents.