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Think You Know Jim Warren’s Art? Think Again

Artist Jim Warren is not afraid to challenge himself, whether experimenting with new styles or pushing the limits of Neo-Surrealism. From painting horses for an album cover for Bob Seger to exploring a new abstract style, Warren’s art continually evolves while remaining true to his visual language. View Warren’s online Park West Gallery collection, “The Painted Worlds of Jim Warren,” to discover an array works that depart from the artist’s iconic depictions of whimsical animals and celestial sta...

Jim Warren Collection Now Online

More than 50 unique works by Neo-Surrealist artist Jim Warren are now available to view and collect from Park West Gallery. Warren’s first solo exhibition with Park West Gallery, “The Painted Worlds of Jim Warren,” runs until April 21. Take advantage of this inaugural exhibition by visiting us in our gallery or online to find a one-of-a-kind work to add to your collection. “This body of work includes not only iconic Jim Warren imagery, but also a number of canvases that showcase the evolution of...

How Jim Warren’s Artistic Dream Led to a Grammy Award

Jim Warren is a Grammy Award-winning artist, but not in the traditional sense. Warren’s artwork for Bob Seger’s album “Against the Wind” earned the album the Grammy for Best Album Package in 1981, exposing his artwork to millions. Warren first received recognition in 1975 when he won first place in an art show. Soon after, Warren sharpened his talents and began painting covers for books, movies and albums. All of this was to achieve a dream he had since he first decided to become a professional...

Behind the Scenes: Jim Warren’s Artistic Process

As a self-taught artist, Neo-Surrealist painter Jim Warren developed his own method to create his out-of-this-world art. Take a behind-the-scenes look at how Warren brings his artwork to life. Step 1: Sketch and Coat Before he can flesh out his detailed paintings, Warren first sketches an idea for his design. After covering the canvas with a layer of plaster compound called gesso, Warren draws his creation in pencil. While many artists start with a sketch, Warren’s next step is a little more unc...