Tranquilo Fine Art Gallery presents...

full service of providing quality works from established artist in many formats.  We ship framed works anywhere in the United States and prints anywhere in the world.

All prints come with a certificate of authentication and high quality materials are used.  Framed works are as presented and no changes to frames or matte can be made.


The Featured Artist

D. LaPoole

 D. LaPoole uses black and white watercolors to depict subjects that interests him.  The use of only two colors black and white presents challenges on top of the lack of detail that watercolors presents can be seen.  D. LaPoole mastered the ability to see projects in a slated type of way.  
D. LaPoole is a Atlanta, Georgia based artist who have been practicing in his medium of choice for years.  His images reflect his beliefs and background, such as "Soul Religion" which depicts all Souls as feminine apparition or "Creek Fire Dance" which is a direct reference to his Creek ancestry.  
When you view all the artworks created by D. LaPoole you really feel the power emanating from his painting without having to resort to imagining what you are looking at. 

Some of my famous pieces

Creek Mother Tree

A tribute to one of the oldest trees East of the Mississippi River.  This particular tree is called the "Angel Tree" in North Carolina.  Before Europeans came and cut down the ancient giants, the natives of Southern United States called them "Mother Trees"

80"s Miles

Miles Davis changed music over 5 times and changed with the times.  His style of dress and music was like flowing water, going where it could.  He moved from Bee-Bop (40's Miles) to Hip-Hop (90's Miles). 

 This is 80's Miles.

Creek Fire Dance

A celebration of a successful crop harvest and a time for the young men to make their wedding intentions known.  They danced around the fire twisting and turning trying not to get burned from the heat.  Those who could dance closer to the flames were seen as serious and determined.

Later parents of potential brides would then invite the young man over to sit with them.

Creek Indians owned the lands of Alabama to Louisiana.  Their territory  had the Cherokee to the East in Georgia.  The Creek were the natural enemy of the French and later befriended the British making them enemies of the newly formed United States Of America.


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