Long awaited release of the Collectors Chinese Ink series

Armstrong Gallery is pleased to announce the release  of the first 180 of the  archived  Chinese Ink series.    These previously unreleased multi-medium  works represent the innovative and eclectic works of famed artist Duane Armstrong during his artistic explorations of the 1970s and 1980s. These important, collectable works are further enhanced with multiple layered custom framing [...]

14 “Chinese Inks” Posted

We’ve added 14 of Duane’s abstracts in the Chinese Inks series to the web gallery. These paintings were created in the late 1980′s and early 1990′s.  For additional information on these or other works, contact Armstrong Gallery.  

Armstrong Gallery announces new Agave releases

Armstrong Gallery announces new Agave releases

Armstrong Gallery is pleased to announce the release of ten new Agave Studies by Annie Armstrong.  These dynamic, large scale oils are the latest images from Annie’s popular Agave Cactus series.  Thumbnail images are shown below.  Contact Armstrong Gallery for additional information on these or other works.

Armstrong works to be shown at Envisions Gallery

Selected works from Cal Poly’s 1.3 million dollar collection of the art of Duane and Annie Armstrong will be on display at Envisions Gallery, in Atascadero California, from September 1st through the 30t.h. An artist’s reception for Duane and Annie will be held at the gallery September 13th beginning at 5:00 pm. In addition to [...]

"Yellow Hills" Now Available

“Yellow Hills” Now Available

Armstrong Gallery is pleased to announce the recovery of one of Duane Armstrong’s early Americana works. “Yellow Hills” is now available as an artist’s proof in a wide range of sizes.

Eight New Armstrong Paintings Available

Eight New Armstrong Paintings Available

Eight previously unreleased originals – four by Duane and four by Annie – are now available for viewing on the ArmstrongGallery web site. Four works in Duane’s Cross series: Cross I – 60 x 40 From Annie we have two paintings in her Butterflies series, one in the Shell series, and one in the Flowers [...]

HGTV’s “Extreme Homes” to Feature Armstrong Paintings

Duane & Annie Armstrong’s artwork will appear in an upcoming episode of the Home & Garden Television’s “Extreme Homes”!  The paintings will be shown in the home of Dr. Modir in California in the “Bubbles Bottles and Bookcases” episode airing December 13th, 2012. Check your local listings for “Extreme Homes” show times in your area, and [...]

Original Armstrong Abstracts to be Released

The long awaited release of Duane Armstrong’s archived original abstracts is now in full swing.  These deeply detailed and intense pieces, embellished with Annie’s embodiment of of the images with her unique framing style must be seen in person for full appreciation.  These pieces may be viewed by appointment at the studio.  To set up [...]

Duane Armstrong Announces Release of an Important New Series: Chinese Inks

With the release of “First Found Primitive Stone”, Armstrong Gallery is pleased to announce the long awaited release of  “Chinese Inks”, a series of archived abstracts Duane Armstrong created in the 1980’s using Chinese inks and mixed media.  The beauty and value of these works have been enhanced by Annie Armstrong’s unique multi-layer framing technique utilizing hand [...]

Small Figures in a Vast Expanse

Anna Weltner of the New Times in San Luis Obispo writes about the Armstrongs’ latest gallery showing: [The Armstrongs] recently donated a collection of 59 of their oil paintings, valued at nearly $2 million, to Cal Poly’s Graphic Communications program. … The paintings are intended to be sold with profits benefiting the university. Paso Robles [...]

PierceModern Gallery Chosen by Cal Poly to Host Prominent Art Collection reports on the Armstrongs’ donation of paintings to benefit Cal Poly: Harvey Levenson, head of Cal Poly’s Graphic Communication Development Program and Duane Armstrong have chosen the PierceModern Gallery to host an array of these wonderful paintings in a November/December (and maybe beyond) holiday exhibit, where all proceeds received by Cal Poly will go [...]