Fall Artwork from Park West Gallery Artists

 In Articles, Artists & Special Collections, Autumn de Forest, Daniel Wall, Simon Bull

As trees shift from dark greens to tints of red, people step back to enjoy the vibrant colors of fall.

While most people appreciate the vivid hues of autumn in the moment, Park West Gallery is home to artists who capture the essence of the season through their timeless works of art.

Slava Ilyayev

"My Red Heaven" (2016) Slava Ilyayev

My Red Heaven” (2016) Slava Ilyayev

Salva Ilyayev is an artist known for his depictions of fall, specifically his paintings portraying Central Park. Using a palette knife, Ilyayev creates texture by miming leaves with the stroke of his tools to construct a picturesque fall day.

Daniel Wall

"Autumn Lake" (2016) Daniel Wall

“Autumn Lake” (2016) Daniel Wall

Autumn’s intense spectrum of colors inspires many of Daniel Wall’s vibrant paintings. As an accomplished Impressionist, Wall is known for creating vivid scenes using bold color strokes. Like Ilyayev, Wall uses a palette knife to create palpable texture on the canvas. But, Wall says his painting methods go beyond the tools he uses. “I use different colors and different shaped trees to make my paintings colorful and beautiful to inspire people to appreciate the beauty of life,” he says. “I want the bright colors to inspire people to feel that every day is a good day.”

Simon Bull

"Falling Leaves Series I - III" (2007) Simon Bull

Falling Leaves Series I – III” (2007) Simon Bull

Simon Bull’s most popular paintings are of a single heart. So, instead of a rolling landscape, Bull’s depiction of fall takes the form of a single leaf. Bull’s unique approach to autumn mirrors his desire to revisit subject matter in a new light. “If I can touch a life… if through my painting I can show something previously unseen, if I can reveal something old in a new way, if I can enrich a soul on its journey into the eternal then my painting – my living – has not been in vain,” Bull says.

Nakisa Seika

"Autumn" (2013) Nakisa Seika

Autumn” (2013) Nakisa Seika

In “Autumn,” Nakisa Seika expresses the darker side of the season with a stark contrast between the bright colors of the leaves and the black sky. The mixed-medium work of art hangs on a hand-signed wood board and showcases Seika’s calligraphy background.

Autumn de Forest

"Vivid Autumn" (2015) Autumn De Forest

Vivid Autumn” (2015) Autumn De Forest

True to her name, Autumn de Forest embraces the colors of fall in “Vivid Autumn.” Just turning 15 years old this month, Autumn drew attention as a child art prodigy. Autumn’s images ranges from whimsical to thought-provoking, with the artist preferring to work on large-scale canvases.

To view more breathtaking art, stop by Park West Gallery in Southfield, Michigan and be sure to check out our Fall Sale Collection.

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