De Luna Fine Art Gallery

DeLuna Fine Art gallery is located in Historic Downtown Freeport, Illinois. We offer original and limited edition paintings (oil, giclees, etchings, original lithographs, serigraphs) by mainstream and commercially represented artists as Pino, Vitaly Mikhailov, Berberyan, Stan Lee, Vidan, Thomas Kinkade, and H. Hargrove as well as those from developing and local artists.

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Featured Artworks

  • Love Notes – Pino Daeni

    Pino’s portraits allow glimpses into intensely personal intimate spaces, conveying emotion through rich, warm color and sensual brushwork. “Love Notes” is a limited edition giclee on stretched canvas that has been hand-embellished by Pino himself, AP numbered and hand signed by Pino (1939-2010). Includes Certificate of Authenticity! Measures approx. 40″ x 24″ (image). Listprice: $6,500.00. Our Price : $1,700.00


  • Schitzo – Berberyan

    Berberyan – “Schitzo” Original Oil and Acrylic Mixed Media Painting on Canvas, Titled Inverso and Hand Signed with Certificate of Authenticity! This Piece Comes Custom Framed (68″ x 48″)!

  • Marvel Comics Presents – Stan Lee

    “Marvel Comics Presents #1″ Limited Edition Giclee on Canvas (36″ x 29”) by J. Scott Campbell and Marvel Comics! Numbered 2 Out of Only 4 Pieces and Hand Signed by Campbell and Stan Lee! Includes Certificate of Authenticity! Custom Framed and Ready to Hang!

  • Rebirth of Seated Venus – Paul Pinzarrone

    REBIRTH OF SEATED VENUS A is an April 2016 piece, 18w” x 30h” on high gloss aluminum. It is an updated modest version of Botticelli’s 1484 painting Birth of Venus. This is ready to hang and floats 1/2″ off the wall. Built from layers of digital photographs, fractals and photoshop, this piece is comprised of numerous layers.

    “Rebirth of Seated Venus A” (18″ x 30″) by Pinzarrone. This Piece Comes Gallery Wrapped and Ready to Hang!

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Featured Artist


Steve Hanks

Steve Hanks is recognized as one of the best watercolor artists in history. The detail, color and realism of Steve Hanks’ paintings are unheard of in this difficult medium.

Hanks considered his style “emotional realism,” and created works that portrayed the smallest of details, such as the patterns on a skirt to the expressive faces of his subjects, whether they were infants, children or adults. He would also obscure the faces of his subjects, instead allowing their setting and body language to convey emotions.

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Meet Our Artists

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    Jack Magurany

    As a child growing up in the south suburbs of Chicago, drawing and painting have been Jack Magurany’s passion – a passion that led him to study art at Columbia College in Chicago. Magurany received a BFA with honors in 1993 and have spent most of his professional career as an illustrator and graphic designer. However, his true passion and self-expression comes from being a painter.

    For Jack Magurany, painting is a way to explore the relationships between various color harmonies and surface textures and allows him an opportunity to experiment with spontaneity and chance. It is also a way for him to develop his own unique artistic voice.

    The medium Magurany primarily paints with is acrylics. Its pure pigment allows him to translate his
    vision with intense and dramatic colors.

    He enjoys the challenge of trying to capture a subject’s likeness while intensifying its beauty through the use of bold and vibrant colors.

    His work explores the interaction of color, composition, drawing and representation of a
    subject to convey a meaningful experience to the viewer.

    He also experiments with the possibilities allowed through di¬fferent application techniques. With the use of large brushes, trowels, and pallet knives he makes broad spontaneous marks on the canvas to create texture, emotion and enthusiasm to the painting.

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    Cindy Marrazzo

    Engineer and Scientist, Cindy Marrazzo says, “Art never fails to bring me happiness, whether in the form of painting or dancing, art renews my passion.”

    Most of Marrazzo’s childhood and high school years revolved around art. As a teen, Marrazzo received multiple awards for her artwork. Cindy and her three art teachers had their sights set on the Art Institute of Chicago for Cindy. However, her parents wanted something more practical. So at 16 when she graduated high school, she locked her paint brush away, and at 17, enlisted in the US Marine Corps. With the help of the USMC, Marrazzo traveled throughout most of the US, where she explored her love of nature and details became an integral part of her character.

    Marrazzo’s background as a US Marine and as an engineer has influenced the Marrazzo Style. Cindy says, “I apply my science and math education to my art.” She often uses math in her designs to deliver realistic accurate details to every scene, while her use of darks and lights provide amazing light to her paintings. In those details, her paintings represent the character and heart of the builder, whether the builder is Mother Nature or a gifted craftsman. Her style makes the viewer feel like they are there with her, actually walking up the steps, admiring the architecture and craftsmanship, touching the flowers and enjoying the moment.

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    Lidia Wylangowska

    My art tells my story. It’s a story of my world, of my thoughts and emotions entwined in an internal dialogue. And some of it can be expressed only through painting.

    It is incredible, how fairy-tales I heard once-upon-a-time, in my childhood actually influenced my life and defined who I am. As an adult, I still believe in happy endings and that good will prevail.
    The Enchanted Pencil is one of the stories I remember very clearly. This special pencil could materialize anything drawn, such as doors that lead to any place imaginable.

    I realized this story has become hardwired in me. And now my paintings are those doors. Doors that lead me to my own world of peace and harmony. A world where dragons, wyverns, basilisks and dwarfs roam free. Where life has a deeper meaning which I do not yet comprehend but searching for this meaning is a fascinating process.

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    Sam Tucibat

    Sam is a lifelong resident of northwest Illinois. He has developed a deep appreciation of the unique beauty of the area’s natural environment. After studying photography as part of his Communication degree at Western Illinois University, capturing images of the area has become a hobby, avocation and occupation for Tucibat. He learned photography in the traditional darkroom, but has developed a distinct affinity for digital processes and used them exclusively in his workflow.

    Most of Sam’s images are an amalgam of several photographs that are processed and combined in the digital darkroom using Adobe PhotoShop. Individual elements in source images are isolated with selection tools and moved to their own layers in the destination image.

    Further editing and composition techniques are then employed to refine the overall image. Commonly-used processes included layer mode settings, layer styles, opacity settings and transform commands. Filters are used with extreme reserve.

News & Events

  • 2019 Aspiring Artists Exhibit

    13th Sep, 2019

    On September 13 (Friday 5-7pm), come join us as we host an exhibition of works by local youth and students. Works from aspiring artists will be on var...

  • Hanks – Emotional Realism

    2nd Aug, 2019

    Our next exhibit will feature artworks of Steve Hanks - recognized as one of the best watercolor artists in history. The detail, color and realism of ...

  • Wyland – Embraced By The Sea

    7th Jun, 2019

    Our next exhibit will feature artworks of Detroit native Robert Wyland His non-profit Wyland Foundation supports several conservation programs, inc...

  • Stan Lee – Excelsior!

    24th Nov, 2018

    Our last exhibit of the year will honor a legend - to feature extremely limited edition giclees on canvas, numbered and hand signed by the Great Stan ...