Photos by G. Art by Ari Lankin.
Ari Lankin in front of “Brainstorm”
Ari Lankin’s latest exhibit is EPIC! “Destination Unknown,” which is currently showing at RL Fine Arts in Manhattan finds Ari Lankin working for the first time on larger canvases. 71 x 71 inches, to be exact. One thing that has not changed; however, are the vivid colors and abstract imagery that will fill your head long after you leave the gallery. It is impossible to see the detail of these paintings, so I urge you to see them in person.
Play by Ari Lankin
Here’s an extreme closeup of “Play,” but again, seeing these works in person is a much better experience.
I also encourage you to check out Ari Lankin’s official website. He often shows “process videos” of his works. As you watch his paintings transform, you will be amazed!
Infinity by Ari Lankin
The detail on this painting will quite possibly make your head explode! See “Destination Unknown” by Ari Lankin at RL Fine Arts (located at 39 West 19th, Suite 612) in Manhattan through August 31, 2013.
Photo by G. Art by Ari Lankin.
NEW YORK! Cancel your plans tonight (August 1, 2013) and head over to RL Fine Arts (located at 39 West 19th Street #612) and celebrate with artist Ari Lankin at the opening for his latest exhibit (and his largest paintings to date), “Destination Unknown.” The photo above is a close up from an extremely large painting that will definitely take your senses on a trip. Coming soon on Ari’s official site, he’ll be posting “process videos” so you can see the progression of how his beautiful paintings came to be. Stay tuned! The reception will be from 6 – 8:30 PM. Don’t miss it!!!
Photos by G. Art by Ari Lankin.
Pink on the Brain by Ari Lankin
I discovered the art of Ari Lankin earlier this year and my life has been much more colorful ever since. His latest solo show “Windows of Self” at RL Fine Arts in New York is really great. This show focuses on Ari’s abstract side. As you examine his works, your mind will think of many meanings – some concrete, some ambiguous. Seeing these works in person is obviously the preferred experience as you really get to soak in the rich colors he uses. However, when I was reviewing my photos from the opening night reception, I started noticing many different things I didn’t catch when I was standing in front of his paintings.
Bloom by Ari Lankin
Ari’s paintings are open to infinite interpretations and in fact, he finds the most interesting ones are those that say his works look completely different depending on the time of day. I’ve spent some time in Ari’s studio and he’s really knowledgeable about art both in history and technique and it shows in his paintings. His works seem spontaneous and yet, masterfully planned out. That’s a winning juxtaposition of ideas, according2g. In addition to this great exhibit, you should check out Ari Lankin’s official website as he often shows in process photos and videos of his paintings and it’s really fascinating to see the origins of his works and what they become.
View With A Room by Ari Lankin
See these great works of art in person and open up some windows in your mind at RL Fine Arts in New York (located at 39 West 19th Street #612). “Windows of Self” by Ari Lankin runs until November 12, 2011.
Photo courtesy of Ari Lankin’s official website.
Roarrr by Ari Lankin
New York! Save the date – October 12, 2011. Ari Lankin’s latest solo show “Windows of Self” will be celebrating its opening night from 6 – 8:30 pm at RL Fine Arts located at 39 West 19 Street Suite 612 (between 5 and 6 avenues). I’ve been fortunate to tour Ari’s studio and he’s incredibly talented and prolific! He does it all from realism to abstract painting and he has made a name for himself from his infamous “on location” paintings. You can preview more of his works on Ari Lankin’s official website. Don’t miss “Windows of Self.” See you there!