Available Bleich Original Paintings. Almost all Paintings are at 50 Percent off for this fundraising sale as my home is in serious danger of
forclosure. I had a rough year in 2014 with more time spent in the Va Hospital and emergency rooms then combined times in other years.
There will be sold painting for the purpose
of Possible commission of Places that are special to you as I have traveled through out and around the world Painting on Locations that you may have visited and
loved.I can transform the Photograph you have taken into more of a dynamic living painting that would grace your home with your own special memories of special
times in your life.There was a time when over half of my work was commissioned.Like Monet I am a Master of doing variations of a theme
Exploring the World of Natural Light on Location through out the
Capturing on Linen Its Timeless Beauty
Respected Artist Member of the Salmagundi Club of New York City, and the Copley Society of Boston, Former Artist in Residence in the Yosemite Studio of the great 19th Century Painter, Thomas Hill
Bleich Gallery Established in Carmel in 1969
Of the one man Carmel artist galleries in the sixties, Bleich Gallery is one of the last remaining ones that has not become a multiple artists gallery. It is a family gallery now in the true sense of the word. George features his paintings and those of his sons, Jonathan and Christopher Orion Bleich. His Mother Helen crossed over to the other side and went to Heaven , December 13, 2002. It was 60 years to the day that, her husband, Harry Bleich, a Merchant Marine officer was missing in action in the North Atlantic in 1942. Though she is gone, Cheerful memories of Mother Bleich will always be shared in the gallery. Eric, the eldest of the sons, designed and maintains Bleich's home page.
Bleich had One Man Shows at the Hibel Gallery on Worth Ave. in Palm Beach, Fla., in Houston Texas, Hilton Head, South Carolina, St. Simons island, Georgia, Scottsdale Arizona, Dayton, Ohio, North Conway, New Hampshire, and New Milford, Conn. He maintained a studio residence and a continuous one man showing of his work in Gloucester, Mass. for 18 years.
"His seascapes are a powerful, vital force." -Texas; The South Westerner
"Powerful exhibit, Bleich is able to transform a subject into reality, glowing with light and expression -Georgia, Islander
"His Meticulous canvases reflect his complete identification with his subject." -Florida Palm Beach Post
"Bleich's paintings have their own light" -Massachusetts, Gloucester Times
"Beautiful, sun-filled paintings of wildflowers, rendered with a Monet-like sensitivity to color harmony, complement the luminosity of his dynamic seascapes. Unusual, luminous quality, a penetrating use of light that shines throughout his works lifts it from the ordinary to superb artistry." -Monterey, This Month
"Bleich's use of color is effective and dramatic." -Carmel, Carmel Pine Cone
"George Bleich is a complex man of his time, vitally fulfilling his role as a naturalist, sailor, painter and teacher. His depth of feeling is matched by his intensity and painstakingly developed skills. Combined, they make a powerful statement of a man in tune with himself, his environment and the forces of nature, The paintings George Bleich creates are known for their haunting power and luminous color." -Colorado, Artist of the Rockies and Golden West
New Art for my Home Page. " Following Paintings are in Random Order. Some are from my own collection.
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The Road from St. Tropez 20x24 $1500 not $3000
I really like the fresh neo impressionst quality to this peice. I was excited by the exciting changes in the the progression that art went through in this geographical area. Impressionism led to the work of the Neo Impressionist's more scholarly scientific understanding of color than evolved into a more expressionist approach, that soared not on the wings of science but on the wings of human emotions. New freedom was discovered here in work where the human spirit soared. That freedom is reflected in this work
Superb on Location Painting "Swift River"New Hampshire,
18x24 $1500 not $ 3000
"Robinson J3effers, Man in the Hawk Tower",
11x14 $1100 SOLD
I have enjoyed Robinson Jeffer's poetry and the hawk tower fasinated me. I have a painting of the tower started on Location when I use to live in the Carmel point area before moving to Pebble Beach. It is a 22 by 28 or 24 x 30 One of my dearest friend who passed aways was the poet laureat of the Big Sur. Eric Barker, He was a friend of Dylan Thomas and Robison Jeffers. we would go down to historic areas in the Big Sur on Picnic together. He called me his mystic friend. we had a common bond with the constellation Orion. We would visit with some of his other artist friends like the sculptor, B Buzz Brown? who did the dark angel that was at the entry way of Nepthene. Professor Larry Bekoven and his wife Edith Dinkin whom Eric and I would vist in Turlock, winetasting our way across the Vally to get there.
30 x36-- $ 4450 not $8900
Raitaia was one of the less developed but no less beautiful than other more famed Polynesiam Islands that I have painted. I enjoy the pure abstraction set up by nature in this work. Yhe delicate hues of the shallow water on the iside of the reef. The dark slash of deep ocean with other distant Islands meeting the lighter hues of the sky. I could see this work in a contemporary home of some well traveled family who may have fond memories of the islands. It could also find it way in a home to call you to visit the Islands. It is interesting yet understandable how People who purchased my work will travel as I did to find the site of the painting and there are others who have fond memories of an area that we both have spent enjoyable time.
"Pinnacles at Point Lobos",
16 x20-- $2500 Sold
If there is another place in the world that can surpass Point lobos fora dynamic range of Land and Sea meetings, please inform me so I can go and paint that area too. There is apremium added to the price of this work for it excellence rendering in pigment some of the great strength that personifys Point Lobos and the Ocean in conflict with it. I kept this in my collection for that reason.
"Across from the Muse D'Orsay," Paris
20 x 24-- $1500 not $3000
The Breton (Brighton Hotel) along the Rue D'Rivoli offered great views of Paris. The rooms were pleasant and the views were magnificant. I have started a nunber of paintings from our room's balacony. As Paris Hotels go it was reasonably priced especially with such wonderful views to paint. It was a short walk from the Lourve Museum and a pleasnt walk to Muse d'Orsay. and the Jeu d'Paune and it wonderful collection of art.looked over to Eiffel Tower.
"Paradise Island,Nassau Bahamas
20 x 24-- $1400 not $2800
I really enjoyed painting different areas of Paradise Island in Nassau, Bahamas Island. I sailed there as teenager and many more times since than. I return to paint it later in life and look forward to returning to paint it again and enjoy Conch Salad and other native Island food favortes along with some good Pina Coladas. I wrote my song Mont Gay rum on the opposite side of Paradise Island, while drinking Mount Gay Rum , Lying in the sun on the beach on the beach
"Palm Beach South" Florida
20 x 24-- $1500 not $3000
I gave this painting to my Mother as a pleasant reminder of when she lives in West Palm Beach before she moved to Carmel. I started it on location along an Ocean Blvd. just South of Palm beach, Fla. I had some one tell me later Jimmy Buffet had a home along that raod.>
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