They had been lost in the tempestuous sea of their relationship for what seemed like eternity. Constantly fighting the ever-shifting current, at times clinging to one another, and at other times torn apart by the endless waves. Hope and the fear of drowning would overtake each of them, as unpredictably as the very tides they struggled against. At long last, they had reached the shore. They felt the sand beneath their feet. No more fighting… they were finally wading. This painting is on a gallery wrapped canvas with finished crimson red edges. It comes ready to hang.

- Ron Klotchman


Acrylic painting on stretched canvas

Signed on back

24" h x 30" w x 1.5" d
4 lbs. 8 oz.



Ron Klotchman
Marina Del Rey, California

Getting to Know Ron

Ron Klotchman approaches his work intuitively and is always in search of inspiration. By painting with quick, loose brushstrokes or a palette knife, he creates dynamic compositions. His current body of work presents “abstracted figures which tell a compelling narrative.” With each work, he hopes to display the unique energy that characterizes his life. Ron is a self-taught artist who once worked as an actor before getting a job in the corporate world. After some soul searching, he decided to create art full time. When he’s not making art, you can find him playing guitar or reading at the beach.