The Marcus Ashley Gallery is unlike traditional galleries that extend an impersonal approach. Just like the patrons, the staff believes in cultivating long-term relationships with clients and customers. While perusing through the walkways, visitors can expect to learn interesting tidbits about the artists. The expert consultants are well-informed about the pieces on display, including Michael Flohr art.
Flohr’s fascination for out-of-the-way bars comes through in Cocktails at Carmine’s where fluid brushwork and a controlled hand bring the elements to life. The artist uses a muted palette to capture the unpretentious interiors of the pub. Low bar stools, dimly lit chandeliers, and wall-to-ceiling wooden shelves add an old-fashioned charm, and Flohr ignites an interesting narrative that reveals the bar’s long-standing history.
The artist is drawn to how places take on a certain mood in receding daylight. As seen in Cocktails at Carmine’s, Flohr creates an interesting play of light and shadow.
Spruce up a wall in a restaurant, café, bar, or tavern with this painting. Interested buyers can reach out to the Marcus Ashley Gallery for assistance in acquiring this piece in person or online.
Cocktails at Carmine’s
|Dimensions||48 × 36 in|
Print that is signed, numbered and hand embellished
|Shipping and Framing||
This will come to you either unframed and tubed with complimentary Continental U.S. shipping – use code ARTFREESHIP – or you can add a custom frame with us.