Americana Art For Sale

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Browse 355 Americana artworks for sale. Contemporary artists: Stephen Fessler, Jeanette Jarmon, Brian Josselyn, Sylvain Chamberlain, Ryan J. Adamczak, Venessa Lagrand, James Dailey, Marcus Thomas, S K Coffman, Ric Hall And Ron Schmitt, Mary Michael Shelley, Sylvester Hickmon, Dion Mcinnis, Bernadette Wulf, Louis Quattrini, Merle Cruser, Michael Chomick, Lynette Seiter offering Americana artworks. Links to more artworks by these contemporary artists and 13 pages for and further artists at the bottom of this page. To view a work by any of these contemporary artists simply click on the image or browse the artist's portfolio. To buy any Americana art simply click on the image to go to a more detailed page about this work of art.


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Jeanette Jarmon: 'Balloon and Eola Hotel Natchez MS ', 2012 Acrylic Painting, Americana.  hot air balloon, balloon race, Natchez, Mississippi, sky, hotels. balloons   ...
Americana - Painting
16 x 20 inches (40.6 x 50.8 cm)
Brian Josselyn: 'Flag painting', 2012 Acrylic Painting, Americana.  flag, luscious flag, large thick paint flag, big flag nyc flag, american flagluscious american flag ...
Americana - Painting
6 x 46 inches (15.2 x 116.8 cm)
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Sylvain Chamberlain: 'ESSO', 2011 Acrylic Painting, Americana.  esso gas station vintage fuel nostalgia architecture america oil exxon mobile                 ...
, 2011
Americana - Painting
44 x 30 inches (111.8 x 76.2 cm)
Sylvain Chamberlain: 'Fly Swatter', 2011 Acrylic Painting, Americana. allegory narrative man table kitchen tiled pensive                 ...
Americana - Painting
48 x 48 inches (121.9 x 121.9 cm)
Sylvain Chamberlain: 'The Gathering', 2011 Acrylic Painting, Americana.    just a painting               ...
Americana - Painting
96 x 72 inches (243.8 x 182.9 cm)
Ryan J. Adamczak: 'Train from Texas', 2011 Pencil Drawing, Americana.  country setting.  strange fellow come to collect. ...
Americana - Drawing
8 x 11 inches (20.3 x 27.9 cm)
Ryan J. Adamczak: 'Coffee and breeze ', 2010 Pencil Drawing, Americana.  memory at Grandmas house about 1983 ...
Americana - Drawing
9 x 11 inches (22.9 x 27.9 cm)
Stephen Fessler: 'Arboreal Memorial', 2010 Oil Painting, Americana.       This painting on canvas is not rectangular, but has been cut to the shape of this old oak tree trunk. The dimensions are those of an imaginary rectangle which would enclose the entire image, and the stretcher is constructed so that the image seems to float two inches from the...
Americana - Painting
22 x 87.5 inches (55.9 x 222.2 cm)
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Venessa Lagrand: 'Hopi Hand', 2010 Acrylic Painting, Americana.  Hopi Native American Indian Tribal symbol ...
, 2010
Americana - Painting
18 x 23 cm (7.1 x 9.1 inches)
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James Dailey: 'the bullfighter', 2010 Watercolor, Americana.   western, rodeo, bulls, cowboys, equine    ...
Americana - Watercolor
17 x 27 inches (43.2 x 68.6 cm)
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James Dailey: 'the bulldogger', 2010 Pencil Drawing, Americana.  western, rodeo, bulls, cowboys, equine   ...
Americana - Drawing
27 x 18 inches (68.6 x 45.7 cm)
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James Dailey: 'jimi hendrix', 2010 Pencil Drawing, Americana.   blues, music, rock, guitar, black  ...
Americana - Drawing
8 x 10 inches (20.3 x 25.4 cm)
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James Dailey: 'john lee hooker', 2010 Watercolor, Americana.  blues, music, rock, guitar, black ...
Americana - Watercolor
16 x 27 inches (40.6 x 68.6 cm)
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Marcus Thomas: 'Moons over my elephant', 2009 Acrylic Painting, Americana.    american folk art, colorful, abstract, large scale, animal, elephant, impressionism  ...
Americana - Painting
36 x 60 inches (91.4 x 152.4 cm)
Marcus Thomas: 'GPS', 2008 Mixed Media, Americana.   american folk art, colorful, abstract, large scale, minimalist ...
, 2008
Americana - Mixed Media
48 x 48 inches (121.9 x 121.9 cm)
Marcus Thomas: 'Sacred Sacrifices', 2006 Mixed Media, Americana.  american folk art, black art, fruit, colorful, cubism, abstract, large scale, religious ...
Americana - Mixed Media
36 x 60 inches (91.4 x 152.4 cm)
S K Coffman: 'Never Forget', 2009 Illustration, Americana. Scratchboard - stars and stripes - bald eagle honors lady liberty...
Americana - Illustration
16 x 20 inches (40.6 x 50.8 cm)
Ric Hall And Ron Schmitt: 'Wash On The Line', 2009 Pastel, Americana.  Wash On The Line is a collaborative work by artists Ric Hall and Ron Schmitt. Their paintings are done while working simultaneously, standing next to one another. Ric and Ron have been painting using this method for over 25 years. ...
Americana - Pastel
24 x 18 inches (61.0 x 45.7 cm)
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Mary Michael Shelley: 'My Garden with Cabbages', 2006 Mixed Media, Americana.  Carved and painted picture of me in my Garden with a bumper crop of cabbages. Carved white pine boards, acrylic paint, gold leaf. Art that's original and one of a kind. ...
Americana - Mixed Media
15.5 x 19 inches (39.4 x 48.3 cm)
Mary Michael Shelley: 'Verticle Mermaid with Waves', 2008 Mixed Media, Americana.  Mermaid is designed to hang on the wall or sit on a shelf or mantle. Carved white pine boards, acrylic paint and gold leaf. Each Mary Michael Shelley piece one of a kind and original ...
Americana - Mixed Media
10.5 x 13.5 inches (26.7 x 34.3 cm)
Mary Michael Shelley: 'Farmer Taking a Snooze', 2007 Mixed Media, Americana.  Farming is hard work and the farmer needs to take a snooze! . Carved white pine boards, acrylic paint and gold leafed inner frame. Each Mary Michael Shelley piece an original one of a kind! ...
Americana - Mixed Media
22.5 x 18.7 inches (57.1 x 47.5 cm)
Mary Michael Shelley: 'Dogs Lined Up Howling at the Moon', 2007 Mixed Media, Americana.  These are guard dogs, guaranteed to protect! The piece is carved on white pine boards, painted with acrylics, gold leafed inner frame. Each Mary Michael Shelley piece is uniques and one of a kind! ...
Americana - Mixed Media
16.5 x 13 inches (41.9 x 33.0 cm)
Sylvester Hickmon: 'Covered Wagon', 2004 Pencil Drawing, Americana.
Americana - Drawing
30 x 22 inches (76.2 x 55.9 cm)
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Dion Mcinnis: 'Farmer Generations', 1994 Color Photograph, Americana.  Two generations of farmers.  Print comes mounted in window mat. ...
Americana - Photograph
11 x 8 inches (27.9 x 20.3 cm)
Bernadette Wulf: 'Patriots Dream', 2002 Giclee - Open Edition, Americana.  Patriot's Dream, 14 x 18WulfWorks (c) Copyright 2002Stripes of the American Flagare made of red hearts filled with love,and white doves bringing peace to the world.It will happen if we visualize our dream of peace and love. ...
Americana - Giclee - Open Edition
14 x 18 inches (35.6 x 45.7 cm)
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Louis Quattrini: 'Fruit Stand', 2005 Pen Drawing, Americana.  Pen and Ink / Prismacolor ...
Americana - Drawing
17 x 11 inches (43.2 x 27.9 cm)
Merle Cruser: 'The Canola Field', 2008 Acrylic Painting, Americana.  This is  typical landscape in North Dakota ...
Americana - Painting
11 x 14 inches (27.9 x 35.6 cm)
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Michael Chomick: 'The Lamb of Goad', 2008 Mixed Media, Americana.
Americana - Mixed Media
18 x 56 inches (45.7 x 142.2 cm)
Lynette Seiter: 'As the Storm Clouds Gather', 2008 Oil Painting, Americana.  The Statue of Liberty as the sun shines through the clouds ...
Americana - Painting
18 x 24 inches (45.7 x 61.0 cm)
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Gregory Liffick: 'barn raising', 2006 Mixed Media, Americana. Ink and spray enamel on wood, leather and paper. ...
Americana - Mixed Media
18 x 34 inches (45.7 x 86.4 cm)
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    Stephen Fessler - Artist's Statement: Visionism All my images are born accidentally. I tack my studio dropcloths onto the wall once they've become sufficiently splattered with paint, and search the surface for suggestions. I'll discover an image within a tangle of marks, and paint to free it, an archaeologist unearthing an artifact. This process leads to related discoveries, and the more I find, the better I understand the space they inhabit, and a painting is underway. In this way does the painting gradually reveal its content and mood. Everything I like of the art I've seen, Eastern and Western, ancient and modern, sacred and profane, ends up in my work. It must be that, as I gaze at my randomly stained surfaces, these remembered images give clues as to what to look for. The larger canvases are free-hanging, fitted with grommets and intended to be tacked directly to the wall like a tapestry or banner. Smaller works on canvas are mounted and stretched so as to preserve their irregular edges. Stephen Fessler Artists' Statement: Directed Perception My mode of seeing changes when something has caught my attention. My "directed perception" chooses what I will see while obscuring everything...

    Jeanette Jarmon - My work is diversified and without just one look. Depending on the message and mood when I create, the styles will change. I work with all sizes and in a variety of media. My work encompasses both detail, realism and abstraction. I may do detail pencil work, portraits, landscapes, stilllifes, spiritual expressionism. Ususally painting, I also create three-diemsnional work and also paint furniture. I do a little bit of a lot of things. I work from realism to abstract expressionism. I like variety, so my work reflects that. I like a challange and will try something new with a sense of discovery maybe to never do that type art again. But the mainstay of art media for me are oil paints. Murals are done in acrylic. Variety is the spice of life. ...

    Brian Josselyn - ' I use thick, rich paint to translate the beauty, and excitment of a moment into a lusious vision. The scultural presence of thick paint tempts you to touch it with it's seductive tactile appeal. . Dramitic lightin futher abstracts familar imagery creating a new provocitive view.' ...

    Sylvain Chamberlain - The Provocative Image Painting has the power to transform. The subject of my work is memory. The content of my work is the transformative provocations of manipulating that memory. Language provides an illusion of communication. Investigation into motifs that challenge, shout or recede and are all but mute are my constant attempt at communication, but forever uncertain and ever surprised, this language, this mission, this struggle, remains... "My art and my Buddhist practice are the reason my heart continues to beat. If either my artworks or my life can spark life's interminable fire in others, in any small way, I am deeply grateful and inspired." ...

    Marcus Thomas - The development of my art is dictated by concept, color, and texture. I am a self proclaimed Urban Monk (no religious affiliation) because of my strict dedication to art. I started training academically in the arts at six. I studied for twelve years under the instruction of Donna Boiman at The Central Ohio Art Academy. After graduating highschool I went on to study a general fine arts education for eight years at Savannah College of Art and Design where I fell in love with the southern life style and adapted my love of barbecue into my own style of mixed media art called Post Modern Barbequeism (pronounced- Bar-Be-Q-ism) which brings a dialog and playfulness of cultures, societies, races, and soul into a format everyone can take a bite of. Over the last two years I have recently taken my art into the form of literature as well writing a collection of poetry published, screen plays, art books, and am currently writing a play to be produced later in the upcoming year....

    S K Coffman - In a world that vibrates with vivid hues and brilliant tints reflected by nature and perceived by man, the artist works in a world of shadow and light to depict graphically detailed work. The subject becomes trapped in a splinter of time and is captured on scratchboard with a technique that is uniquely the artist's own innovation. The art appeals to the eye with images frozen in realism....

    Ric Hall And Ron Schmitt - These pastel paintings are collaborative work by artists Ric Hall and Ron Schmitt. Ric and Ron work simultaneously, standing next to one another. They start each piece with no conscious plan as to what the final result will be. Rather, they rely on spontaneous collaboration in the moment to allow the images to develop. Working literally over and around each other, both artists develop all areas of the image. They work with little verbal discussion or debate, allowing their strokes to do the talking. At various points in the process they apply an anhydrous alcohol fixative to keep the pigment from shifting and ready it for the next layer of color. Ric and Ron have been painting using this method for over 25 years, even as their technique and perspectives have matured....

    Mary Michael Shelley - I am commonly referred to as an American folk artist, although I feel most comfortable with the term "self-taught". My art work is entirely carved in white pine and then painted with acrylics. Each piece is a unique handmade original piece of art. I am untaught and untrained as a visual artist. I learned a number of useful skills by building my own house, and during my work in the trades as a signpainter and carpenter. I was born in Doylestown, Pennsylvania in 1950. I have lived in Ithaca, New York ever since I graduated from Cornell'72 with a major in creative writing. While at Cornell, I wanted to be a writer. One year after graduating my father gave me a painted wood carving he had made of me at the farm where I grew up. I soon started to make carvings as well. Eventually I stopped writing and moved entirely to making my carved visual stories. My subject matter usually is of places and feelings that are important to me, and I think of my artwork as a "picture diary". My woodcarved and painted folk art pictures are entirely carved on rough cut white pine boards that ...

    Sylvester Hickmon - "In my work I convey brief moments and interludes in our lives and leave it to the viewer's own individual experience and imagination to recapture these tales and turn them into their own stories. Our lives are moments; each one lived with the importance of the instant. The moments vanish as quickly as they come leaving behind memories, impressions, images, colors and feelings. These moments shape the routines and rituals of our everyday lives and define our humanness". My recent work involves the use of fire as a metaphor for change and self-renewal. I have incorporated the use of mixed-media (acrylic, colored pencil, wood, plexiglass, found objects and collage) to suggest our ever evolving states of maturity and self reflection. It seems to me that there exists a simple universal attraction to fire as a symbol of transformation, and the renewing elemental spirit of life. This capacity for change dwells within each of us. Renewal is both the journey and the ending point, fueled by the fire of our need to grow and change....

    Dion Mcinnis - Anyone can take a photograph...push a button. The magic is in the seeing...seeing with all your senses. My work, no matter the subject, comes from seeing with all my senses and then creating to share with others. www.PoetVision.com...

    Bernadette Wulf - WulfWorks Visionary Art Gallery - Bridging the Worlds of Earth & Spirit Our ancestors began creating art thousands of years ago to shift consciousness toward well-being and prosperity. Through art they could relay messages from the Otherworlds, envision abundance of crops, insure harmony with the environment, and commune with their gods. Art in its highest form still maintains this original purpose. Through the arts, we share our visions of what lies within the sacred space of our dreams. Thus we shape our personal and collective future. Art is a bridge between worlds and a doorway to other dimensions of reality. Bernadette Wulf WulfWorks.net ...

    Louis Quattrini - I have been drawing my entire life. I was trained at an early age from other great artists and I was very involved in graphic arts in high school and college.My greatest training has been from countless books, private lessons, and obviously a lot of trial and error. I hold a degree in the humanities, but it was not until around 1996 that I became serious about my art. I have completed many commissions over the years of various themes such as portraits, private and public buildings and homes. My passion is baseball; and after drawing a picture of Joe Dimaggio for myself and liking the finished product I decided to pursue the sports genre as my primary focus. I am happily married with three wonderful children who support me 100%. I am involved in local art chapters and events. I participate in about 10 shows, galleries or festivals per year as well as private commission....

    Michael Chomick - Being a figurative artist, my work over the past 20 years has encompassed a variety of mediums, i.e.: printmaking, mixed media sculptures, small upto mural-sized oil paintings, acrylic/bas-relief paintings, ink or graphite drawings, and constructions with various objects; all the while maintaining a strong focus on a singular theme - Exploration of the "Human Condition". The works dare to ask, in sometimes simple or complicated terms, the question of what this "Human Conditiion" is. And via the works already completed in various genres and media, the viewer is compelled to search within or externally for the answers of such queries. The genesis, or the root of the works, often stem from a point of inquiry that I wish to convey tangibly for the viewer so that they may, if driven to, pose a dialogue within themselves in the offshoot towards their own personal advancement. Being that life can gravitate in the direction of complicacy and varietal issues, so does the body of works that I have produced over the past 2 decades employing various mediums. The delving into the different media has not only kept it fresh for me as an artist, but also serves to point...

    Lynette Seiter - The world is full of beautiful sunsets, quiet lakes, majestic mountains, nostalgic streets and interesting people. I love the beauty of nature, the excitement of a city street and the diversity of people. I like to paint the world as it really is. Idealistic painting is pretty but I find beauty in things as they really are: a rock formations with it's cracks and crags, an exposed tree root as it twists in and out of itself. Even man made things are beautiful: buildings, streets, bridges. I love the shape and color of buttons. Flowers and fruit offer a whole array of shapes and colors that dazzle the eye just as they are. I would like to share a little bit of it with others. I would hope that a beautiful or interesting scene will uplift and inspire someone to live better, smile more often and treat our world and other people with care and respect. I would love to share with others what God has so freely given to me. It is my hope that my artwork will bring peace and joy to those who see it and that each will enjoy and be grateful for the beautiful ...