• OLMO RIOS

    FEATURED ARTIST

  • LOUIS CARREON

    FEATURED ARTIST

Hamilton-Selway Fine Art strives to present both interesting and high-quality artwork from our featured artists. With that in mind, exhibitions are carefully chosen to incorporate unique collectible artwork, useful knowledge, and an enjoyable experience. Top-notch art and proven value have been the goals of Hamilton-Selway Fine Art for 22 years.

FEATURED ARTIST DAVID GALGANO – ADAM KARPMAN

In a continued exploration of deeply collaborative practice, Hamilton-Selway Fine Art exhibits Know Thyself, works produced by gallery director David Galgano and textile artist Adam Karpman. The title, a well known Delphic maxim, alludes to Galgano and Karpman’s changing creative trajectories. Both artists have more fully taken on the mantle of exhibiting contemporary artists quite recently – Karpman moving beyond craft and into the world of high art, and Galgano returning to showing his own works alongside his labors as a dealer and representative of other artists.

FEATURED ARTIST OMLO RIOS

Olmo Rios is an artist focused on bringing art back to it’s core romantic value, beauty and nothing else.

Olmo is a self-taught visual artist focusing on the beauty of women as his main subject and does not like limiting his techniques to one medium. He works with watercolors, acrylics, spray paint and stencils and has now taken on screen printing and photography as one of his main forms of creating art.

Inspired by artists like Lichtenstein, Warhol, Haring, Jeff Koons, Damien Hirst, Russell Young, KAWS, Greg Guillemin, D.O.C and Rich Simmons, Olmo is well aware that he stands on the shoulders of giants and knows that the works he creates are built upon the achievements of the great artists he admires.

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