Now Open at Our New Location in Rancho Mirage
This October, Maxson Art opened its doors in a new location in the Rancho Mirage Plaza. We love our new space and we think you will, too. Please join us for our Grand Opening, November 8.
After 3 1/2 years of learning, growing and enjoying the community of artists at Backstreet, Maxson Art has struck out on our own. The new space is everything we hoped it would be and more. Maxson Art Studio • Gallery is now located in the Rancho Mirage Plaza, 71-626 Highway 111 just east of the Pink Elephant car wash.
We set off on this next chapter with excitement and enthusiasm. We look forward to greeting you at our Grand Opening celebration.
Maxson Art is now open in Rancho Mirage!
For the past 3 1/2 years, we have had the gratifying experience of being part of the Backstreet Art District. Since we opened for business in January 2016, we have had the pleasure of working with countless remarkable artists, art lovers and collectors who have inspired us to grow as artists. Our customers and colleagues have given us the support and encouragement to step out of our comfort zone, think bigger and take risks. We are excited to open at our new location, effective October 2.
Custom Live Edge Furniture
Looking for the perfect statement piece for your home decor? Greg Maxson's tables and benches go far beyond typical live edge furniture. Made from reclaimed Hawaiian hardwoods, they are like nothing you'll see on the mainland. Greg hand picks each slab of wood, looking for hidden potential. He searches pieces that once they are finished, will depict the flow of lava or the ocean washing up on the shore. His designs are clean and contemporary, making them as as stunning as they are functional.
"A Tale of Survival" is Now Public Art, Installed at Palm Springs Int'l Airport
In the winter of 2019, the art installation, nicknamed “Crushing Inertia” by Debi Grupe and Linda Maxson, was opened to the public at Maxson Art gallery in Palm Springs. The 8-foot by 8-foot column of floating balls, rising from floor to ceiling in the gallery piqued the interest of Palm Springs Public Arts Commissioner, Russell Pritchard. Pritchard launched a quest to find a suitable public space for a second installation, inspired by “Crushing Inertia,” ultimately choosing the Palm Springs International Airport as the intended site.