© 2020 by Gayle Printz
It’s finally for sale!
This painting was on display at Le Musée de Peinture de Saint-Frajou in Paris, France,
as part of the juried International Art-Resilience Competition.
The Exhibition remains on video in the Museum’s Permanent Archives.
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Gallery renderings are NOT to drawn scale. Please see Product Details for dimensions.
Contact us if the painting you love is no longer available; Ms. Printz would be delighted to work with you on a commissioned piece.
If you don't fall in love today, visit tomorrow. New paintings are added regularly.
Gayle Printz is an internationally recognized American Artist whose work has been compared to that of Lee Krasner, Helen Frankenthaler, Hans Hofmann, Joan Mitchell and Jackson Pollock. Selected for the juried International Art-Resilience Exhibition, two of her paintings, "Pond" and "First," were recently on display for a month at Le Musée de Peinture de Saint-Frajou in Paris, France. The video presentation of the 2020 Exhibition is now in the Museum's permanent archives. See
Ms. Printz's work has been lauded by Collectors of Abstract Expressionism, Art-Resilience, Art Informel and Tachisme. Using color—rather than purely tangible structures—to express herself, Ms. Printz creates paintings that transcend the familiar. Her work is known for drawing viewers into the painting and inviting them to assign personal meaning and universal context by listening to the whispers of their imaginations.
This website represents a first-time offering of her original work.