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April 3, 2017

Contact: Aja Viafora

World-Renowned Painter Alan Wolton to Showcase First Small-Scale Masterpieces

Palm Beach Gardens, FL (April 3, 2017) – Master Impressionist Alan Wolton, known for his large-scale paintings (, will be in-person to exhibit six new 12''x12'' pieces in his first-ever small works invitational at Onessimo Fine Art Gallery (4530 PGA Blvd., Suite 101) on Thursday, April 6 from 5 to 8 p.m.
Wolton's internationally recognized elegant style and vibrancy continue in new ways with this release of a small-scale art series. The event will feature a collection of six of Wolton's new paintings, along with a series of other small works new to the gallery. These include: Breath of Spring (36"x40"), Ruby Roses (30"x20"), Zinnia and Friends (16"x20"), Flamingo Flight (12"x12"), Gaillardias and Purple (12"x12"), and more.

"Travel and exposure to new subject matter leads to my inner imaginative creative expression. I don't even touch the canvas until the pictorial design, color and emotional energy of the mental image is complete in my head," said Wolton.
Onessimo has carried Wolton's paintings for eight years. "When you stand in front of one of his paintings you are emotionally transported to that place," said Debra Onessimo, gallery owner.
The artist reception will be one night only, but this exclusive collection of Wolton's paintings will be on exhibit at Onessimo Fine Art Gallery. This is a rare opportunity for fans and the general public to collect small works from a famous artist of this caliber. To RSVP: call (561) 355-8061 or email

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About Alan Wolton
Alan Wolton, a Master Signature Member of OPA (Oil Painters of America), has been painting professionally for over 60 years in South Africa, Europe and the U.S. He is known for stunning, large-scale, impressionist landscape oil paintings that are featured in galleries across the U.S. The artist currently works out of his home studio in Sedona, AZ, where he lives with his wife, Danny.


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