Lost Art Salon

We are proud to partner with Lost Art Salon on a unique and exclusive collection of art in the Modern style. Carefully chosen, each limited-edition piece arrives framed and ready to hang, allowing you to curate your walls in ways that speak to your individual style.

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Jack Freeman

A San Francisco painter, Jack Freeman initially adopted an Abstract Expressionist style, creating several large-scale works before turning to the Post-Impressionism movement as “a way to resolve volume and space, color combinations and transitions, light and movement — things that depict life.” He often chose to paint off of the beaten path, creating intimate portraits of the San Francisco and Bay area. Jack exhibited consistently for nearly thirty years, while traveling often and teaching painting in France and Italy.

Barbara Lewis

Barbara Lewis was a Chicago-based painter, photographer and printmaker who explored Abstract Expressionism and Pop Art, often referring to the urban landscape of Chicago. Her career also spanned roles as a curator, docent and head of her own studio. Deeply inspired by Fernand Leger, Barbara enjoyed experimenting with new techniques and materials, finding as much joy in the process as in the end result. She was fearless in combining mediums and always embraced the accidental in her works.

Richard Ryder

Heavily influenced by graphic design, Art Deco and traditional animation, artist Richard Ryder developed an affinity towards art at an early age. Based in California, Richard aims to capture the beauty of every subject he paints, exploiting the basic elements of art to create a satisfying and cohesive design while seeking ways to improve and challenge himself.

Alysanne McGaffey

Deeply ensconced in the West Coast Abstract Expressionism movement of the 1940s and 50s, Alysanne McGaffey’s style was expressive and loose, with deliberate brushstrokes. She studied with a multitude of prominent artists, including Wally Hedrick, Jay DeFeo and Joan Brown. Deeply invested in education, Alysanne later founded the Infant Development Center of San Francisco. Her works translate to vignettes of a coastal life, and ultimately, a life led in pursuit of natural beauty.

Rob Delamater

The artist and Lost Arts Salon cofounder works in printmaking, painting, and collage. Inspired by the California desert and coast, and by objects, stories, and people from the past, his art combines simplicity with the Japanese concept of wabi sabi, finding beauty in imperfection.

Gaeton Caron

Living and working in Mendocino, California, the artist and Lost Arts cofounder is inspired by the surroundings of his off-the-grid home/studio off the California coast. His Monochromatic Landscapes Series depicts shadows, shapes, and reflections found in nature. 

Calvin Anderson

The San Francisco painter, printmaker, and designer began creating his ink drawings and exploring abstract impressionism while working as a commercial art director in the 1950s. His Modern Figures Series uses simple brush work to depict motion and mood. 

Mary Pomeroy

A published botanical illustrator, the artist’s work shows a keen eye and deep love of science and the botanical world. Her watercolors on paper feature coastal scenes from her many plein air painting sessions with her artist husband along the California coast.