California residents and out of towners enthusiastically look forward to exploring the Marcus Ashley Gallery. Seasoned and budding collectors get to explore a commendable selection of exquisite work. From Michelangelo and Dr. Seuss to 2Wild and Ira Reines, the gallery is home to some of the world’s most famous artists. Among the spacious walkways, you’ll find the breathtaking Barak Rozenvain art.
Balance, texture, and depth take center stage in Barak’s piece, Snow Capped. The artist portrays visual splendor, tranquility, and atmospheric perspective in this arresting work of art. The gritty, raw form of the mighty mountainscape is brought to life using sand and clay. Barak uses earthy materials to mimic the realness of the snow-capped mountain against the mellow grayish-blue sky.
The artist relies on a cool palette of greys, blues, blacks, and whites to create a realistic portrayal of light and shadow. Notice how the mountain’s rugged topography in Snow Capped appears as impressive as it would in real life. Art enthusiasts will be drawn to Barak’s dimensional, interactive piece that will look brilliant in any room.