We had an eventful year in 2019 ...
Holiday Greetings and a big thanks to all of you — customers, friends, art lovers and artists — for making 2019 such an important year for Maxson Art. So, what happened in 2019? Well . . .
We hosted a major installation by Linda Maxson and Debi Grupe in February: "A Tale of Survival in the Face of Crushing Inertia." Artists, Coco Hall, Scott Rankin and Marc Samson were featured as guest artists during the year. We collaborated with the LA-based theater group, Strong Words, on several occasions. In September, we moved the gallery and studio to a new location in Rancho Mirage and hosted a grand opening in November. Our public art piece, “A Tale of Survival,” was installed at Palm Springs International Airport in October. And now we're settling in and looking forward to another big year.
We love our community of art lovers, friends and artists! We couldn’t do it without you!
Get up to 20% off on live-edge tables
and benches, until February 14, 2020!
Through Valentine’s Day 2020, you can receive up to 20% off on live-edge tables and benches, when you select from our current inventory at Maxson Art. This stunning collection of “functional art” comes from the studio of Greg Maxson who works almost exclusively with Hawaiian hardwoods.
You may have had your eye on a favorite table for a while ... or you may be unfamiliar with this stunning collection. In either case, you’ll want to come in.
Does your outdoor space express your style?
As you prepare a season of desert living — it’s time to take a fresh look at your outdoor spaces. These areas present a great opportunity to add to your art collection. Ceramic tile murals — durable, weather tolerant and brightly colored —are the perfect way to express your personal style, even in your outdoor spaces.
At Maxson Art, we have a great selection of Linda Maxson's tile murals in a variety of styles and color palettes. Or you may choose to commission a custom piece that will truly capture your personal aesthetic.
"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.