Lenny Gallo -
For my full gallery, further information on pieces, or information about how to purchase prints, CLICK HERE.


Waiting (2012)
8"x8"
Oil on Canvas.

About the Artist...
For me, art has always been an attempt to allow people  to glimpse into my soul.  Whether it’s an experience I’m having, a moment of struggle, or a building that brings about the greatest aesthetic experience, it is my hope that people will take away common themes and feeling within themselves when they view my pieces.

With the exception of my latest series, thematically I have never been able to settle on one specific medium, genre, or subject.  I create what feels right and try to execute it with the best medium for the project.  My artwork has been featured at The Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, as well as other galleries and venues throughout the country.  I hope you enjoy!

 
If you purchased a piece from Art-o-mat...

Thank you for selecting mine.  I am honored to be working with the Art-o-mat team and appreciative that they helped me construct and distribute this concept.
 
21st Century Cave Art originated several years ago to address the question of how modern man would be remembered and what legacy we would leave behind.
 
The ancient cave artists came to mind as a source of inspiration, because they used art not only as an aesthetic tool, but one which communicated to future generations where to get food, which way the herds traveled, theories on the origin of the universe, and most importantly—that they existed and endured.
 
Like the original cave artists, human beings are still compelled by the primal urge to make future generations aware that we existed.  We still want to let others know about the best places to find food, what the latest innovations are, and express our theories on the universe.
 
The juxtaposition of primitive man and modern day objects is meant to highlight our advancements as a species, while reminding us of qualities that we have inherited from past ancestors.  The series also serves as a warning for how our legacy can become tarnished by commercialization and greed.  Like the cave artists who left us their mark some 50,000 years ago, we too shall perish one day, and—for better or worse—these are the heirlooms we leave to future generations.  I ask you, the owner of the piece, what will future generations say of us?
 
Below are the current available series. Come back soon to see additional pieces that are added. Please feel free to check out my other art work available—all for sale.
 
21st Century Cave Art
Edition One...
(84 in Series)



Series One:
Man with Commercial Coffee. (2015)
2"x3"
Oil on Stone.





Series Two:
Man with iPhone & Ear buds. (2015)
2"x3"
Oil on Stone.





Edition Two...
(57 in Series)


Series One:
Overly-medicated Man. (2015)
2"x3"
Oil on Stone.








Series Two:
Man of Debt. (2015)
2"x3"
Oil on Stone.






Edition Three...
(45 in Series)

Series One:
The Hunter: Part I. (2015)
2"x3"
Oil on Stone.





Series Two:
The Hunter Part II. (2015)
2"x3"
Oil on Stone.






Edition Four...
(100 in series)


Series One:
Man of Pollution. (2016)
2"x3"
Oil on Stone.







Series Two:
Man of Consumerism. (2016)
2"x3"
Oil on Stone.






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Below is a sample from my latest series, The Art of Movement. For the full series or for information about how to purchase these or other prints, CLICK HERE.

Hope (2012)
15"x30"
Oil on Canvas.

Buddha (2013)
9"x12"
Oil on Canvas.

Untitled (2013)
18"x36"
Oil on Canvas.

Hooked (2013)
12"x36"
Oil on Canvas.

Legs (2012)
10"x20"
Oil on Canvas.

Dystonia Awareness (2012)
14"x18"
Oil on Canvas.
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