Recently sold (December, 2015): Mountain Stream and Deer by George Porter after CH Beard, acrylic on canvas, 16" X 20". After a successful debut in fine artist George Porter's first solo exhibit "After the Masters: Light in the Landscape", May 1 - Nov 30, 2015 at the Gallery at Stone Center, Inc., Mountain Stream and Deer by George Porter after CH Beard, was sold to an art collector in West Linn, Oregon. Using the same luminist style employed by master painters of the Hudson River School, George Porter created this exquisite landscape in acrylic, after studying the original oil painting by American artist C.H. Beard circa 1865. George Porter welcomes inquiries about his work and would love to discuss a new project with you. To commission a new painting, please contact the artist.
Green River Cliffs of Wyoming by George Porter after Thomas Moran, acrylic on canvas, 60" X 20", a study by George Porter of two oil paintings by Thomas Moran: Green River of Wyoming and Green River Cliffs Wyoming. In his version, the artist has added his own Native American people and horses. His use of lush Chroma Atelier acrylic colors adds to the glowing luminist style made famous by Hudson River School master painters. This stunning panoramic landscape is now on display and available for purchase in the Extreme Sizes Exhibit at Oregon Society of Artists, July 10-28, 2016, 2185 SW Park Place, Portland, OR 97205. Gallery Hours: Mon to Sat 1:00PM to 4:00PM. $2,500.00 USD. Contact George Porter for info.
Recently completed, Canyon Lights, acrylic on canvas, 36" X 48", is an original acrylic painting by George Porter. It depicts a view from Cape Royal on the North Rim of the Grand Canyon at sunset. On the left, the arching towers of Wotans Throne rise majestically towards an active cloud-filled sky colored scarlet, orange, magenta, purple and yellow from the setting sun. On the right, a lone Condor flies over the canyon valley towards the viewer.
George Porter created Canyon Lights as a gift for his wife at her request. Canyon Lights recently was submitted by the artist for inclusion in the Spring Juried Show at Oregon Society of Artists, 2185 SW Park Place, Portland, Oregon 97205, March 6-31, 2016. Although the painting is not available for purchase, the artist is accepting commissions for new works of art. To commission a new painting by George Porter, please contact the artist.
Evening on the Seashore by George Porter after J Hamilton, a beautiful 30" X 48" landscape painting in Atelier Interactive Artists Acrylics by fine artist George Porter in the luminist style after the renowned master painter J. Hamilton of the Hudson River School, is now on display and available for purchase in a new group exhibit, "A Tribute to Oregon Society of Artists", Jan 17-Feb 26, 2016, at Concordia University in the George R. White Library and Learning Center, 2800 NE Liberty Street, Portland, OR 97211.
Please join fine artist George Porter and other featured artists at the FREE catered Opening Reception at Concordia University on Sunday, January 17, 2016, 2PM-4PM. 30% of the proceeds from the sale of art benefits Concordia University's Multicultural Art & Events program.
In this study of the original oil painting by Frederic Edwin Church of the Hudson River School, fine artist George Porter has captured the glowing light, gorgeous colors and fierce energy of crashing waves in the luminist style using Chroma Atelier Interactive Artists' Acrylics.
This painting is in the artist's private collection and is not for sale at this time; however, you can view it in "After the Masters: Light in the Landscape" at the Gallery at Stone Center, Inc., 1504 SE Woodward St., Portland, OR 97202.
Impending Storm is double matted with a 1/4 inch bevelled gold inner matt and a 2 1/2 inch black outer matt and has been professionally framed in a 4 inch solid weathered barn wood frame. It is available for purchase here in the artist's online shop.
For more information please contact George Porter.
This study in acrylic on canvas by fine artist George Porter in the luminist style after the master painter Joseph Antonio Hekking of the Hudson River School, captures the glory of nature along a mountain stream high in the Adirondack mountains. Preferring a slightly higher key palette, the artist has created his own version of this painting using brilliant warm glowing Chroma Atelier Interactive acrylic colors that literally make the viewer feel like they are walking in an Adirondack forest when fall colors are at their peak.
Mountain Stream by George Porter after J. Antonio Hekking is available for purchase in the Online Shop. You can view the painting in person at the Gallery at Stone Center, Inc., 1504 SE Woodward St., Portland, OR 97202 until further notice.
Barn in the Mountains by George Porter after Doug Miller was completed for a client in West Linn, Oregon in May, 2014. Painted by George Porter in Chroma Atelier Interactive Artists' Acrylics, it is a study of a rustic barn set in the mountains in the summer.
This painting is in a private collection and is not for sale at this time; however, George Porter currently is accepting commissions for new paintings. For more information or to discuss a new project, please contact George Porter.
In Saranac Lake by George Porter after Homer Dodge Martin, George Porter captures the beauty of the sky and mountains in the shimmering waters of Saranac Lake in upstate New York. Saranac Lake was created by the artist as an anniversary gift for this wife. It is in the artist's private collection, and will be on display in his upcoming solo exhibit at Cascade Sotheby's in Lake Oswego, Sept 15 - Oct 20, 2016. A limited edition fine art print of the painting can be special ordered from the artist. George Porter is also accepting commissions for new paintings in the luminist style of the Hudson River School. For more information or to discuss a new project please contact the artist.
George Porter created Andy in the Mountains, a study of Albert Bierstadt's In the Mountains as a gift for his daughter to memorialize her horse, Andy Andy Bo Bandy, a chestnut thoroughbred gelding and eventing champion, who died tragically on May 21, 2014. Andy and the artist's daughter, watch from the far shore in an earlier and happier time as Andy leaves this world running wild and free in the right foreground. Behind him, his grandfather, Seattle Slew, can be seen in the rocks watching over the newborn foal. A heavenly Andy waits for the artist's daughter who will always and forever be his "person".
Painted in the late 1980's when Lake Oswego fine artist George Porter was studying classic renaissance and impressionist techniques, Bridge at Argentuille by George Porter after Claude Monet is a superb reproduction of the famous oil painting by the impressionist master. This painting currently is in the artist's private collection and is not for sale; however, a fine art giclée of Bridge at Argentuille is available for purchase and the artist is accepting commissions for new paintings at this time. For giclée pricing, or to discuss a new project, please contact George Porter.
Paris Street Scene, a study by George Porter in oil on canvas was painted by the artist, after seeing the original painting hanging in a restaurant in Lake Oswego, OR in the 1990's and traveling to Paris, France in 1988. Paris Street Scene first debuted in artist's first solo exhibit "After the Masters: Light in the Landscape", May 1 - Nov 30, 2015 at Stone Center, Inc. in SE Portland.
Originally painted for the artist's daughter, the painting is part of her private collection; however, a fine art giclée of Paris Street Scene is available for purchase, and George Porter is also accepting commissions for new paintings. For giclée pricing or to discuss a new project, please contact George Porter.
Fine artist George Porter painted The Bridge at Moret after Alfred Sisley, oil on canvas, in the late 1980's when he was studying art under Larry Gluck at Mission Renaissance in Los Angeles. The painting is in the impressionist style, most noticeable in the lovely reflections in the water.
This painting first debuted in "After the Masters: Light in the Landscape". It will be on display and available for purchase in the artist's upcoming solo exhibit at Cascade Sotheby's, Sept 15 - Oct 20, 2016. For more information or to discuss a new project, please contact George Porter.