Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Post Dogmatist Painting #508


Post Dogmatist Painting #508 - acrylic and paper on canvas - 48x48 inches
based on Fusion Series #3055 - collage on paper - 9x9 inches (below)

Monday, June 27, 2011

Post Dogmatist Painting #507

Post Dogmatist Painting #507 - acrylic and paper on canvas - 48x48 inches
based on Fusion Series #3056 - collage on paper - 9x9 inches (below)

Sunday, June 26, 2011

Post Dogmatist Painting #506


Post Dogmatist Painting #506 - paper and acrylic on canvas 48x48 inches
based on Fusion Series #2723 12x12 inches - collage on panel (below)


Saturday, June 25, 2011

Post Dogmatist Painting #505

Post Dogmatist Painting #505 - paper and acrylic on birch panel - 60x48 inches
Based on Fusion Series #2228 (below)

Friday, June 24, 2011

Post Dogmatist Painting #504


Post Dogmatist Painting #504 - 48x72 inches paper and acrylic on birch panel (above)
based on the collage below Fusion Series #3054 (below)
I decided that the painting would be nice to do as a horizontal.


Cecil Touchon in Veranda Magazine July 2011 Issue

Malibu Home designed by Vanessa Alexander.
a Cecil Touchon collage on canvas (left)

Saturday, June 18, 2011

Two photo-montages - same model, two different dogs


from the series: The Wonders of Plastic Surgery

GROUP EXHIBITION: Allure - The Power of Subtle Attraction


Opening Reception: Allure - The Power of Subtle Attraction

Saturday, June 25

Presented by William Campbell Contemporary Art

An exhibition of select works by gallery artists will be on display June 25–August 6 at William Campbell Contemporary Art. An opening reception will be held Saturday, June 25, 6:00–8:00 p.m. The exhibition will include two - and three - dimensional pieces by sixteen artists who present subtle yet compelling subject matter via a reduction to basic visual elements. The artists included in the exhibition are Kris Cox, Ken Dixon, John Fraser, Jake Gilson, Bernd Haussmann, Tom Hollenback, Otis Jones, Robert McAn, James Marshall, Brian Moore, Harmony Padgett, Scottie Parsons, Randall Reid, John Holt Smith, Kevin Tolman, and Cecil Touchon.

While such artists as James Marshall and John Holt Smith create pieces of hard-edged, slick precision, others, including Scottie Parsons and Randall Reid, take a more painterly, organic tack. Still others, namely Otis Jones and Cecil Touchon, follow a decidedly cerebral path toward lucidity. Despite these seemingly divergent approaches, the collection attains cohesion as each artist seeks aesthetic impact through an examination of purity in form, along with the interaction among elements and the space that contains them.

Monday, June 13, 2011

Cecil Touchon Painting in a design project by Jim and Phoebe Howard



Post Dogmatist Painting #267 – 36x36 inches – acrylic and paper on canvas
In a design project by Jim and Phoebe Howard

Cecil Touchon Collage in a House Beautiful Project in New York City





 Cecil Touchon Collages in a House Beautiful Project with Phoebe and Jim Howard in New York City called
Designer Visions: Cinema Style sponsored by Hearst magazines.  They paired three of their magazines with three top designers to create apartments that were inspired by films all set in New York. They include Phoebe and Jim Howard for House Beautiful - Something's Gotta Give; Steven Gambrel for Town & Country - Six Degrees of Separation; and Richard Hallberg for Veranda - Wall Street.  They have also partnered with Bizzi & Partners, the developers of The Setai Fifth Avenue and all of the fabulous spaces are located on the 58th floor with amazing views.  Each will also be featured in the respective magazines.  House Beautiful has already featured Phoebe Howard's creation in the November issue

Thursday, June 9, 2011

Two panoramic Typographic Abstractions by Cecil Touchon

 Two panoramic Typographic Abstractions
collage on paper - 6 x 21 inches

Two Panoramic Gestural Abstractionist Works by Cecil Touchon

 Two Panoramic Gestural Abstractionist Works by Cecil Touchon
acrylic and collage on paper - 6 x 25.5 inches

Two Panoramic Gestural Abstractionist Works by Cecil Touchon

 Two Panoramic Gestural Abstractionist Works by Cecil Touchon
Acrylic on paper - 6 x 35.5 inches

Imaginary Landscape by Cecil Touchon

Approaching Storm - acrylic on paper - 6x15 inches

Cecil Touchon Collage in an Office Designed by Windsor Smith

Cecil Touchon Collage in an Office Designed by Windsor Smith