Kalill's work ranges from the traditional landscape to a modern narrative, juxtaposing realistic elements with fractured and illustrative surroundings.
His work is in many prominent collections in North America and Europe.
Cape Cod had attracted Kalill as a fine place to live and work because of its quiet towns, costal vistas, vibrant arts community, and rich artistic history.
Born and raised in Orleans, Taylor has dedicated himself to art from a young age. He studied painting at Pitzer College in Claremont California, then returned home to pursue his career.
Taylor's work reflects a masterful grasp of technique with a vivid imaginative play of subject which encourages the viewer's thought and interpretation. He often incorporates personal references that transcend to universal experience.
Frank Gardner is an internationally renowned artist who lives in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. He paints extensively throughout Mexico, the American Southwest, and the Northeast, where he was born and raised. He is represented in galleries in Mexico, New Mexico, Texas Massachusetts.
Frank makes an annual trip to Cape Cod to visit friends and family, and in search of new subjects to paint.
Trained at New York City’s School of Visual Arts, Vincent has established a reputation as a magic realist painter. In his paintings familiar, even banal themes are rearranged, becoming enigmatic. His painted world is one of staged metaphors- sofas and chairs combined in unexpected locations, figures and fruit combined for their sexuality. He has lived in California and traveled to Italy and the influence of these places are evident in his work.
More of Vincent’s work can be found at the Harmon Gallery in Wellfleet, MA.
Morehouse, originally from Upstate New York, came to the Cape as a Fellow at the Fine Arts Work Center, Provincetown, in 1974. He never left. An incredible craftsman, he incorporates nature into his sculptures, whether it be a literal interpretation of a breaching whale, or an abstraction of shape seemingly alive with his ability to sculpt wood.
Alen Morehouse lives and works in Wellfleet.
Our ever-changing 20th Century collection showcases the influence of Cape Cod on American art. Giants in the art scenes of Boston, New York and the Midwest were inspired by the cool summers and atmospheric light found along our sandy shores.
Paintings by Richard Miller, Garrett Beneker, William Paxton, Charles Hawthorne, Ross Moffett, Mary Hackett, and Vernon Smith can be seen at Orleans Modern Art.
Denise studied at The Los Angeles Academy of Figurative Art in addition to private study with some of the best representational painters in the field today. Working in oils, she paints still life, portraits, the figure and landscapes all with a focus on the way light effects form and color.