De Stijl Art Gallery
“Art is not what you see, but what you make others see.”
The De Stijl Art Gallery is located in Ruskin, FL and is the newest and most unique gallery in the
South Hillsborough County art community.
This gallery is distinctive in its presence for it occupies what is a unique architectural building design commissioned by the Observer Dispatch Newspaper in 1976. In compliment this building has become a piece of art itself as it is painted in the style of Piet Mondrian commemorating the De Stijl Neo Plastic movement of 1920. The gallery will represent established and emerging local artists providing an opportunity to own a distinct piece of art.
In addition; one of the gallery’s mission points is to encourage art development which encompasses eco or "Green" elements versus just the normal techniques found in sculpture or painting.
INSIDE DE STIJL
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De Stijl (pronounced style) Art Gallery has just completed a new art rotation from October through the rest of this year.
As per our plan to keep dynamic gallery motion and accommodate the vast amount of local talent.
The artwork ranges from sculpture through the traditional oils, acrylics, watercolors and pastels.
Exhibiting artists will; during each rotation swap out some of their artwork during that time in the gallery to provide unseen works as well as new artists' works to the gallery that will be available for purchase.
Young, Boarman, Walker, Hamilton, Pisik
D.Smith, Regan, Cabot, Berman
McCormick, Chabot, Miller, James, Berman
D. Smith, Whall, Vintage
Noanea, Carhart, Miller, Cardei, Butenhoff
James, DiPerna, Young
Noanea, Cardei, Johnson
assorted art vintage, Talenti, Butenhoff, Young
Chabot, Butenhoff, Boarman, Repina
Pisik, R.Smith, Young
Painted china by Diana Young
Diana Young's painted china
Tower of Porcelain 1 Diana Young
Tower of Porcelain 2 Diana Young
Diana Young, floor vase
James Dean bronze, D.Young
drawings by Randy Smith, Chippewa sculpture
Large bird of prey sculpture Randy Smith_edited.jpg
Mask Sculpture Randy Smith_edited.jpg
Rob Painter Black Light Bayou
Rob Painter Black Light Bayou
Dave Smith, Mary Chabot, Laurie Regan Chase
Chabot, Berman, McCormick
Chabot, Sawyer, DiPerna
Dolf James Tryptik II
Dave Smith, Tom Haverfield
Nicolae Cardei with Gabriela Noanea
bluetooth Nicolae Cardei
Bill Johnson, carved ostrich, rhea and goose eggs! Amazing.
DiPerna with bronze Flautist
Vintage oil Wilson
Antique marquetry, Vintage oil
Mid Century Modern oil & Harv Berman
Mid Century oil Wong
Mid Century Modern
Dolf James Large outdoor art sculpture for sale. Artist Dolf James.
Dave Smith is a self-taught artist working in watercolor and occasionally with pencil or ink. The vibrancy and translucency of watercolor has long fascinated him. As a Marine in the 1970’s Dave drew pictures of his F-4 Phantom and the local countryside while he was overseas. When he returned home; he took a watercolor workshop and has been working with watercolors ever since.
Dave has drawn and produced many lithographs as well as signed and numbered prints; selling these across the world. He had also produced a series of fifteen combat art prints and dozens of watercolors for a Saudi art gallery in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia during Desert Storm.
In the years that followed Dave has had several shows and currently living on the west coast of Florida. He is concentrating on the reflections of water, boats and wildlife.
RANDY M. SMITH
Randy is a native of Portland Oregon and attended The University of Oregon from 1965-1969, studying sculpture. His passion is sculpting in all mediums.
Copper brazing, welded sculptures, bronze cement and resin castings are exclusive creations done by Randy. Each new work is conceptualized, developing an idea of what he wants to design and in which medium. He then carefully and painstakingly hand crafts his composition bringing his unique interpretation to the finished product. Randy has shown and has been juried at many museums and his portfolio is included in many collections throughout the United States. More recently, he has created original art in pen and ink and watercolor. His latest folio features his colorful fish and birds.
Elementen van kunst in stijl.
Art elements in style.
Mid-century modern (MCM) is an American design movement that was popular approximately from 1945 to 1969. The early seventies can also be considered MCM. It was a design movement in interior designs, products such as paintings, sculptures, glass and architecture of both businesses and homes.
Stylish art elements for your home. High quality vintage pieces - home decor, lighting and furniture.
The De Stijl Art Gallery understands that artwork in and of itself is an element of one's home and environment; keeping with that the gallery is offering the elements of home decor, lighting and furniture which will compliment art available through the gallery. Stylish furniture and lighting are in keeping with the design styles of Mid-Century Modern. Simple, clean natural wood and designer quality desired by interior decorators. In essence, an artistic presentation is more than what is hung on the wall.
What's Happening Now
A bit of news
On November 19, 2021 we will be having a formal Opening/Ribbon Cutting.
Come celebrate our opening and celebrate our local artists. Many of our artists will be here! Food, wine and other beverages will be available. Looking forward to sharing this special night with all. Ribbon cutting is at 4:00 and the celebration will continue until 9:00.
We are accepting new art from our current artists and from new artists that would like to consign with us. Our next rotation will be in October until January 2022.
This is still in the planning stages. Unfortunately we had to postpone this event. Daniel Buck Soules and Wolf Spring are appraisers with the Antiques Roadshow. We are in the process of planning an appraisal event. All proceeds will be donated. As soon as we get further into the planning we will update this information.
November 19, 2021
To stay dynamic De Stijl seeks artists for consignment of the artwork for a period of six to eight weeks. Artist submissions are scheduled by appointment. Tuesday and Wednesday until 3pm. Thursdays and Fridays 9am-2pm or by special appointment. Please email at least two examples of your work for consideration. Please see the attached contract and intake form.
Our gallery seeks vintage and estate art for consignment or outright purchase.
(paintings, sculptures etc.) Please call for a consultation. Thank you.
Hi we are Wolf and Cindy Spring are the owners of this new art gallery in Ruskin, FL. Our Gallery is unlike any you've seen and we are very excited to share with you the wonderful world of art. We are looking forward to meeting you. Please stop in and enjoy our interesting art gallery.
Some of you may be wondering why the style of paint décor on the outside of the building.
This is based on the art work of Piet Mondrian. Piet Mondrian is a Dutch painter best known for being one of the founders of the De Stijl (de style) which incorporated an art movement that worked around abstract works and the new art forms that were being introduced to the world in the early 20th century.
De Stijl is Dutch for "The Style", also known as Neoplasticism. It was a Dutch art movement founded in 1917 in Leiden, Amsterdam. De Stijl consisted of artists and architects. In a narrower sense, the term De Stijl is used to refer to a body of work from 1917 to 1931 founded in the Netherlands. Proponents of De Stijl advocated pure abstraction and universality by a reduction to the essentials of form and color. They simplified visual compositions to vertical and horizontal, using only black, white and primary colors.
Appointments upon request.
Come and visit
Closed Thursday, Thanksgiving Day.
Friday, November 26: 12 to 8
Saturday, November 27: 12-6
Sunday, November 28: 12-6
Holiday Season hours for December:
Thurs: 12pm to 8pm
Fri: 12pm to 8pm
Sat: Noon to 6pm
Sun: Noon to 6pm
**Please note that during the Buccaneers home games we will either be closed or close early - Please call before you come by. Sorry for any inconvenience. Go Bucs!**
We will be posting new hours for 2022 after New Year's Day.
You may call for an appointment. We are usually in the gallery earlier in the day.
We also are welcoming groups that would like a private visit. Please call to schedule this.
Our hours will be updated for the holiday season. Also we will be changing our hours in January, 2022.