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Benjamin L.M.
Opening the Window
Agora Gallery
530 West 25th StreetNew York,NY
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  • To The Top From The Bottom
Acrylic on Canvas
33" x 25" 

    To The Top From The Bottom

    Acrylic on Canvas
    33" x 25"
  • Up With Your Strengths
Acrylic & Oil Stick on Canvas
43" x 26.5" 

    Up With Your Strengths

    Acrylic & Oil Stick on Canvas
    43" x 26.5"
  • Go For It
Acrylic & Oil Stick on Canvas
30.5" x 42" 

    Go For It

    Acrylic & Oil Stick on Canvas
    30.5" x 42"
  • Glory And Love
Acrylic, Oil & Oil Stick on Canvas
31.5" x 43.5" 

    Glory And Love

    Acrylic, Oil & Oil Stick on Canvas
    31.5" x 43.5"
  • You Are Victory
Acrylic & Oil Stick on Canvas
31" x 28" 

    You Are Victory

    Acrylic & Oil Stick on Canvas
    31" x 28"
  • We Can Handle Whatever Comes
Acrylic, Oil & Oil Stick on Canvas
36" x 47" 

    We Can Handle Whatever Comes

    Acrylic, Oil & Oil Stick on Canvas
    36" x 47"
  • The Spirit Of Love Rescues Us From Sadness & Pain
Acrylic & Oil Stick on Canvas
23.5" x 34" 

    The Spirit Of Love Rescues Us From Sadness & Pain

    Acrylic & Oil Stick on Canvas
    23.5" x 34"
  • Liberty Power Positivity Freedom
Acrylic on Canvas
48" x 32" 

    Liberty Power Positivity Freedom

    Acrylic on Canvas
    48" x 32"
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Benjamin L.M.

BENJAMIN L.M.

Opening the Window
March 26 – April 16, 2019
Reception: Thursday, March 28, 2019 6-8 PM


Benjamin L.M. is a Los Angeles-based artist who approaches painting as a transcendent, spiritual activity. Coming from Adelaide, Australia, Benjamin naturally gravitated toward art. As a young man, he was deeply impressed by the work of Salvador Dalí, glimpsed by chance in an art catalog. Later, when he saw firsthand the works of the great European Modernists like Cezanne, Picasso, Gauguin and Francis Bacon, he made up his mind to become an artist.

Benjamin got into art college, but never went a single day. He believed there is no better teacher than life itself. His paintings are ecstatic, primitive, sensitive, symbolic, gestural and always original. The artist starts with a title, a meaningful thought or a feeling, around which he then builds his painting. He strives for maximum meaning and maximum emotional impact. He works in acrylic paint, oil paint, and oil stick. There is no technique or formula here, anything goes all the time. Paintings like Glory and Love and Go for It contain an uplifting message of hope and joy.



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