Browse over works of contemporary art for sale in the price range . On this page you can find works by Gerald Van Scyoc, Jerry Di Falco, Crystal Caraway, Alexey Chernigin, Ganga Sajith, Stamen Dimitrov, Sina Nuusila, Amanda Coakley, John Gartman, Cyr Antoine Hubert, Nick Cassista, Kimmie Hamm, Rachele Manetti, Mirko Sevic, Catherine Rann.
Jerry Di Falco - Statement from December 11, 2017 Photography inspires my hand-pulled etchings and also serves as a key element in my art. My imagery originates from my own photographs and those of other artists. I research my subjects in the archives of universities, historical societies, libraries, museums, and foundations. I attempt to balance visual gravity with the narrations within everyday scenes . . . I hope to create a convergence between the metaphysical and physical aspects of space, time, and reflection. My examination of the familiar strives to unveil the splendors of life that are masked by our assumptions My stories emerge from beneath the surfaces of that which we overlook as a result of our neglected perceptions . . . of that which is frequently visible but overlooked. Ironically enough, I blame this inability to see reality . . . or what I call, the phenomenology of connectedness . . . on todays infatuation with and addiction to the new technologies of communication. I see my artworks as windows through which people can see the undiscovered mysteries of human consciousness. In fact, my use of multiple etching plates to create one etched design helps to reinforce the illusion of looking at a scene through a window. Each individual area created in my ...
Alexey Chernigin - Painting is a journey on the borderline of light and shade, between transparent and inner thoughts, grand and giddy, logic and unreasoned. Painting is a hankering for expression of something via wordless means. Long ago Plato insisted that true artist has to keep silence. The feature of painting is in its dual condition ambition to express something and determination to keep silence. ThataEURtms why painting starts to perform its communicative function when abilities of language are exhausted. ItaEURtms like a tight spring ready to break through the silence to call for perception of inexpressible. Suddenness that happens when work appears to our vision makes painting the most secret form of the art. The facility of work perception admits no any efforts of an audience. Painting consists of essential contrarieties between obvious- image and lurking aEUR" the mean of image. We shall expect no spontaneous understanding of imageaEURtms idea. The charm of painting is in its ability to be impenetrable and everlasting hieroglyph. Painting is expression of inexpressible, when deep-hidden things break through fade reality making simple things become great ones. In BorgeseaEURtms story aEURoethe garden of forking paths aEURoe there is a phrase aEURoewhich word is never ...
Stamen Dimitrov - THE ARTIST STAMEN DIMITROV HAS BEEN BLIND SINCE 2015 Biography of the artist Stamen Dimitrov Karamfilov - a painter-restorer, born in Northern Bulgaria in 1944. For long years he has been working as a painter-restorer in Bulgarian churches and monasteries. He restores icons, murals and ancient paintings. He discovered the work with bee wax Encaustic by the means of old chronicles - he developed a technology for cleaning, whitening and achieving certain consistency of wax. After twenty years of exploration and work, he discovers the elaboration of paintings and icons on canvas. He is currently creating his pieces of art using a technique of burning hot wax with open fire. By this means the temperature of melting of wax increases to 180 degrees. He has twenty independent exhibitions, some of which in Istanbul, Munich, Thessaloniki and different Bulgarian cities. After twenty years of exploration and work, he discovers the elaboration of paintings and icons on canvas. He is currently creating his pieces of art using a technique of burning hot wax with open fire. By this means the temperature of melting of wax increases to 180 degrees. He has twenty independent exhibitions, some of which in Istanbul, Munich, Thessaloniki and...
Amanda Coakley - As an atheist I have always looked at religion from the position of an observer rather than a practitioner. When I was younger, I grew up in a predominantly religious area and had felt out of place. My friends would try to get me to join bible school, received sideways looks for purchasing the newest fantasy book series, and needless to say I didnt know the words to prayers when I joined summer camp. My family was mostly atheist and growing up, I didnt know much else. The push towards religion was something I didnt understand as a child. However despite my experiences with religion, my hope is to not denigrate religion but draw light upon the chaos of consumption. Advertisements and the rush to Black Friday events at malls feel similar to me. I havent felt the need to run out and buy the latest I-phone or I-pod, or the latest in fashion trends. Nor have I wanted to find myself in large crowds of people waiting outside malls to get a plethora of stuff at fraction of the cost. Aside from the occasional indulgence into a few well loved book series, I didnt feel like I ...
Kimmie Hamm - Everywhere you dream to go can become a part of you and everywhere you have been is a part of you. I am an explorer and optimist at heart, so when I set out to create something one word always comes to mind: Possibilities I feel that through art I can explore the visions in my mind, everything from a small flower or blade of grass to distant worlds filled with whimsy and thoughts of what ifaEUR|aEUR|. Culturally I have two aspects that influence me one being my Native American ancestry and the other my German immigrant ancestry. I am deeply rooted in the beauty and wonderment of nature. My wise grandmother told me if you have strong roots your sprit can fly anywhere and still return home. That saying has always stuck with me and in many ways sparked my imagination. The explorer in me must come from my immigrant ancestry. My great grandfatheraEURtms family traveled to America on a steam ship in 1874. I can imagine them traveling for what must have seemed like an eternity. I often contemplate what they must have been thinking, and try to express the excitement of the unknown and the anticipation ...
Mirko Sevic - I am a painter of the darkness for a drop of good. Irretrievably, I immersed into the darkest corners of spieitual destructiveness of a human being in hope to describe it, to stay for a while. Humbleness of those who suffer captured my sensibility. I resist nit, I seek for the wau out. My images tried to be a message, no one replied. Now, they are just a sceam and I am not sure anyone can hear it. Mirko Sevic ...
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