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Browse 772 Culture artworks for sale. Contemporary artists: Tirzo Martha, Meredith Cutler, Eduardo Diaz, Patrick Sean Kelley, Dianne Roberson, Sunaina Sadarangani, Joel P Heinz Sr., Phil Mokaraka Berry, Gregory Stringfield, Terri Cabral, Shelley Xie, Ruma Dutt, Sergej Jakovlev, Brad Cooper offering Culture artworks. Links to more artworks by these contemporary artists and 27 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 Culture art simply click on the image to go to a more detailed page about this work of art.


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Meredith Cutler: 'Follow The Leader Coolin at the Playground Yo', 2004 Mixed Media, Culture. Work in this series explores child culture through appropriation of various images from vintage 1970' s wallpaper and wrapping paper. The wallpaper used in this piece was the
Culture - Mixed Media
24 x 24 inches (61.0 x 61.0 cm)
Meredith Cutler: 'Boys Birthday Gift 2', 2004 Mixed Media, Culture. Part of my new
Culture - Mixed Media
12 x 12 inches (30.5 x 30.5 cm)
Meredith Cutler: 'Baby Shower', 2004 Mixed Media, Culture. Work in this series explores child culture through appropriation of various images from vintage 1970' s wallpaper and wrapping paper. Through repetition and dropping the characters into a new environment, this work plays off of a sense of childlike wonder combined with a tongue- in- cheek unease and veneer of ...
Culture - Mixed Media
24 x 12 inches (61.0 x 30.5 cm)
Eduardo Diaz: 'Four windows', 2005 Oil Painting, Culture. Art work from the Meztizo Project by C. Granillo & E. Diaz  Second Exibition...
Culture - Painting
70 x 40 inches (177.8 x 101.6 cm)
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Eduardo Diaz: 'Border virgin', 2005 Oil Painting, Culture.
Culture - Painting
60 x 60 inches (152.4 x 152.4 cm)
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Patrick Sean Kelley: 'Arming Oneself with Immunity', 2004 Oil Painting, Culture. A ssiter piece to
Culture - Painting
30 x 40 inches (76.2 x 101.6 cm)
Patrick Sean Kelley: 'Reflections of Oneself', 2001 Oil Painting, Culture. The painting is a look though the eyes of an artist. Are you what you really appear to be to the ouside world. The ghostly apirations floating behind represent a distant family. ...
Culture - Painting
30 x 28 inches (76.2 x 71.1 cm)
Tirzo Martha: 'The Fresh Caribbean Breeze', 2005 Outdoor Installation, Culture. Sometimes in the Caribbean people are willing to sell their souls just to get some tourists. ...
Culture - Installation
400 x 250 cm (157.5 x 98.4 inches)
Dianne  Roberson: 'Dont Say Goodbye', 2002 Acrylic Painting, Culture. Alaska Northern Lights with a Native Alaskan couple info at www. artworldplus. com and see Alaska. ...
Culture - Painting
30 x 24 inches (76.2 x 61.0 cm)
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Sunaina Sadarangani: 'Sexy Musician', 2005 Oil Painting, Culture.
Culture - Painting
30 x 40 inches (76.2 x 101.6 cm)
Joel P Heinz Sr.: 'Waa O Kaua', 2005 Acrylic Painting, Culture. Anchient Warriors landing on Oahu under the watchful eye of Diamomd Head Waa O Kaua ( Canoe Of War)...
, 2005
Culture - Painting
30 x 24 inches (76.2 x 61.0 cm)
Eduardo Diaz: 'mestizo', 2005 Oil Painting, Culture. This art work was made by E. Diaz and Chris Granillo, 2005...
, 2005
Culture - Painting
58 x 48 inches (147.3 x 121.9 cm)
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Phil Mokaraka Berry: 'Separation', 2005 Acrylic Painting, Culture. A Contemporary Maori art painting of Rangi and Papatuanuku being separated. ...
, 2005
Culture - Painting
120 x 120 cm (47.2 x 47.2 inches)
Phil Mokaraka Berry: 'Heron Kotuku', 2005 Acrylic Painting, Culture. In Maori oratory, the most telling compliment is to liken someone to Kotuku ( White Heron) . It symbolizes everything rare and beautiful. The Kotuku also symbolizes strength and Maori chiefs wore the feathers to show their mana ( power) . ...
Culture - Painting
80 x 100 cm (31.5 x 39.4 inches)
Phil Mokaraka Berry: 'Rangi and Papa', 2005 Acrylic Painting, Culture. This painting represents the separation of Rangi ( sky father) and Papatuanuku ( earth mother) by one of their sons, Tanemahuta...
Culture - Painting
80 x 100 cm (31.5 x 39.4 inches)
Gregory Stringfield: 'Untitled', 2003 Other Photography, Culture.
, 2003
Culture - Photograph
8 x 10 inches (20.3 x 25.4 cm)
Terri Cabral: 'The Tin Seller', 2004 Acrylic Painting, Culture. The Tin Seller, with his pack on his back, was a familiar site on the streets of old Cuba. ...
Culture - Painting
24 x 36 inches (61.0 x 91.4 cm)
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Shelley Xie: 'Yin Yang', 2005 Mixed Media, Culture. Art Print on fine art paper w achival paper,  without frame, without mattPressed Flower art from international award winning artist Shelley Xie...
, 2005
Culture - Mixed Media
16 x 20 inches (40.6 x 50.8 cm)
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Ruma Dutt: 'The Welcome Lady', 2005 Other Sculpture, Culture. This exquisite Jute sculpture is amde up of natural jute fiber. No colours have been added. natural Jute colour. Meant for placing at gateways. Usually in pairs. The price is for one single peice. ...
Culture - Sculpture
36 x 60 inches (91.4 x 152.4 cm)
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Sergej Jakovlev: 'Ophelia and Hamlet', 2004 Oil Painting, Culture. diptych: 1) left part - Hope ( Ophelia) 155/ 83 cm; 2) right part - Hamlet 155/ 83...
Culture - Painting
166 x 155 cm (65.4 x 61.0 inches)
Sergej Jakovlev: 'Stealing Apple', 2004 Oil Painting, Culture.
Culture - Painting
70 x 105 cm (27.6 x 41.3 inches)
Sergej Jakovlev: 'Apple Garden', 2002 Oil Painting, Culture.
Culture - Painting
80 x 100 cm (31.5 x 39.4 inches)
Brad Cooper: 'theatre d ombre', 2004 Computer Art, Culture. . . . inspired by mystery and cabaret, this limited edition/ signed print is a beautiful, dark carnival to behold, contact artist for sales information. . . ...
Culture - Computer Art
24 x 36 inches (61.0 x 91.4 cm)
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Brad Cooper: 'October', 2004 Computer Art, Culture. . . . a chilling limited edition/ signed print depicting masquerade revelers, unrestrained party and celebration, please contact artist for sales information. . ....
, 2004
Culture - Computer Art
36 x 24 inches (91.4 x 61.0 cm)
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Brad Cooper: 'Shake Rattle and Roll', 2004 Computer Art, Culture. . . . a beautifully illustrated limited edition/ signed print characterizing New Orleans Jazz Funeral culture. Intricately detailed and overwhelming in color, contact artist for sales information. . . ...
Culture - Computer Art
36 x 24 inches (91.4 x 61.0 cm)
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Eduardo Diaz: 'Nike', 2004 Oil Painting, Culture. Aviable just print...
, 2004
Culture - Painting
50 x 60 inches (127.0 x 152.4 cm)
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Eduardo Diaz: 'Puzzle', 2004 Oil Painting, Culture.
, 2004
Culture - Painting
37 x 32 inches (94.0 x 81.3 cm)
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Eduardo Diaz: 'Globera', 2004 Oil Painting, Culture.
, 2004
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54 x 36 inches (137.2 x 91.4 cm)
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Eduardo Diaz: 'Progress', 2004 Oil Painting, Culture.
, 2004
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32 x 37 inches (81.3 x 94.0 cm)
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Eduardo Diaz: 'Transition', 2004 Mixed Media, Culture.
, 2004
Culture - Mixed Media
48 x 48 inches (121.9 x 121.9 cm)
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    Tirzo Martha - The material doesn't need to be filled with words. It speaks for itself. It is our consciousness that has to translate it for us. My work is a loyal mirror of our societies, a reflection of a fragment from the thin line between fiction and reality. Tirzo Martha 2004...

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    Eduardo Diaz - Statement My name is Eduardo DIaz and Iim a Mexican artist residing in the Bay Area since 2001. In my work I express different elements of Mexican culture, while emphasizing its Native American heritage. I incorporate native themes and images, both extant and prehispanic, into my works and combine them with personal feelings, experiences or fears. Although cultural elements are the essence of my art, through them I also like to express political and social opinions. As a Mexican, I feel in touch with the problems at the Mexican-American border, as well as with the issues facing Mexican immigrants. I also like to express the tension between the indigenous and the industrialized worlds, and to analyze the different elements that make up Mexican identity, especially when confronted with life in a different country. My favorite medium is oil painting. I use vivid and deep colors, with which I reflect the light of the Mexican sun. Some of my compositions are figurative, and oscillate between realistic scenes and more elaborated images, with affinity to surrealism. My most recent productions are less figurative and combine the same vivid colors into expressive abstract constructions. Biography My name is Eduardo D...

    Patrick Sean Kelley - Behind the Art There is nothing more intimidating than standing in front of a blank canvas and wondering what it will become. There is also nothing more exhilarating. As I begin to apply paint to canvas I find my work seems to be in continuous motion. Always changing. Always progressing. Much like the oil paints that actually embody my visions. I am influenced by many places, things, people and of course, many artists. My latest work is changing yet again. The palette has become softer more jewel toned and the subjects more somber. They speak to me as I paint each stroke awaiting life on the canvas. I am clearly influenced by some of the more modern masters like, Klimpt, Kandinsky, Mirot, Caldwell and as always, Picasso. The art is Inspired by the subject. By a woman's beauty as it is seen and felt both internally and externally. The images in my vision actually seem to mask their true identities as they glance out at the viewer exuding an air of aloofness and mystique. Each stroke is painstakingly smoothed and controlled to create subtle dimensions and color that create the mysterious creatures that appear to come to life on ...

    Dianne Roberson - Artist Statement Alaska Artist Dianne Roberson As a young artist, I traveled every summer to the mountains where I sketched Native Americans expressing their creativity through pottery, weaving, beadwork, carving, and dancing. It was this tradition of recording their lives with art that bonded me to these distant Cherokee relatives. I have painted these artistic native people throughout North, South, and Central America. My Alaskan paintings are a continuation of these experiences, and a hope to create lasting visual images of native people and their traditions. Through the years, my life has taken me on many journeys far from my roots. I was drawn to Alaska, as if a magnet was pulling me back to nature. I didn't choose to come here, I simply could not stay away. My Northern Light Series was born on a January excursion. In the cold dark night surrounded by silence near the top of the world, I saw magnetic pulses of light. It was ten degrees below zero as the many colors of reflected lights were magnified by the accumulation of snow on the ground. An intense emotion encompassed me and I understood why our ancestors were so awed, even frightened, by the ...

    Sunaina Sadarangani - The celebration of life, the good days and the not so good. The insecurities and memories of growing up in foreign land form the main theme of my works. This collection titled "Colours of Africa", brings out Africa in its varied hues and aspects. Having spent 12 years plus of my life in Africa I have lived through many military regimes, fragile democratic rules and two coups. The fear of living through such a shaky atmosphere coupled with my own instabilities of adolescence is the common strand of my art. After moving to India, I noticed similarities in heritage and culture between Africa and India. In this collection, the portraits are expressive of fear and insecurities of growing up and adulthood, (Children with fear in Understanding Me; insecurities of peer pressure Peer Pressure the warrior fearing what he will face that day What am I gonna face today?; the vegetable lady wondering about her future( What is this gonna get me). Lack of self-confidence is evident at every stage of life, but I found that if we life in fear we are never going to see the fruit of LIFE! Fear kills creativity and prejudices one's experiences. Most ...

    Joel P Heinz Sr. - Joel P Heinz Sr. was born in Hastings, Minnesota; raised and educated in Northern California: served in the Army in Viet Nam, and raised a family in California. He worked in various sales positions until he found his calling working with mentally disabled adults. He is now retired and living his dream in Maui with his wife, Kathy. In 1995, Joel began painting using acrylic paint on canvas with no formal art training. His artwork evolved from associating with other artists and the joy of experimenting and discovery. In the beginning, his favorite subject was Tropical Marine, colorful tropical landscapes and underwater scenes. As part of the evolution of his art, he dabbled in Egyptian art for a short time in order to practice working in detail, a noticeable characteristic of most of his artwork on canvas. For years he had appreciated artwork from a distance only to be disappointed in the lack of detail when viewed close up. He wanted his work on canvas to be detailed enough to be clearly seen whether viewed up close or from a distance. In the 21 years prior to moving to Maui, Joel's twice-annual visits to Maui cultivated an appreciation ...

    Phil Mokaraka Berry - Ko Whakatere te Maunga Ko Waima te Awa Ko Maamari te Waka Ko Te Mahurehure te Hapu Ko Nga Puhi te Iwi Ko Tuhirangi te Marae Kia ora, Phil Mokaraka Berry has been producing Contemporary Maori Art works for over ten years. His work consists of Maori myths and traditions based on well known stories and beliefs. He has produced a large series on Maui and his exploits and his final demise. Other works involve the connection between Papatuanuku (mother earth) and Maori and the sacredness of our whenua (land). He has also produced works on Kaitiaki (guardians), trying to capture the Mauri (life force) and the guardianship role of them and the relationship to their and our environments. His works are always evolving, sometimes simplifying, sometimes complex He uses the kowhaiwhai (maori designs)as a symbol of being and celebrating being Maori and also linking back towards our/my Whakapapa (heritage). ...

    Terri Cabral - Artists Statement I am a painter of people, animals and the natural world. I strive in my painting to reveal the unique essence of each of my subjects through the distillation of light and color into recognizable form and substance. I continue to be greatly influenced by my uncle, Cuban Vanguardia painter Antonio Gattorno. He was known for his versatility and his ability to paint masterfully in a variety of styles. I am constantly experimenting with styles and developing my sense of versatility. ...

    Ruma Dutt - I am sure that people are little aware of the fact that Jute, which is Eco-friendly and 100% Bio-degradable, can be used in so many ways to be used as an item of decoration and also can be used in our day to day activities. These are specialities of rural West Bengal, India and are difficult to find in the open market due to the fact that these art works are created in the remote villages of West Bengal, the major Jute producing area in India. I can guarantee that you will be amazed to find the aesthetic beauty and the utility value of this golden fiber once you visit the web site

    Sergej Jakovlev - LIFE IS NOT A STYLE Symbol corresponds to the visual arts closer than Allegory, Metaphor, and Myth. A visual image in its nature rather is Symbol than Allegory or Metaphor, which are closer to literature. The visual arts are always implicated with Symbol more or less. Since 1989 my art is called Postsymbolism. It is not exactly in line with art, which is known from art history as Symbolism. Herein I am trying to represent my romantic vision of the modern real world, both abstractedly and figuratively. Symbolical ideas I use are not narrative wide, but they can touch us emotionally and mentally direct, as for instance ideas of happiness or sorrow, of light or darkness, etc. The arts related to Symbol did not create either schools or styles. Moreover, the arts arisen from depth of Symbol have escaped of freezing, or some of them have stopped to be symbolical arts in case of formation into the certain styles. We may invent unlimited quantity of different names and styles, like Pop-art, Op-art, Flop-art, Slop-art, Stop-art, etc. And then some of my recent works could be qualified as "impressional abstract expressionism" or anyhow else, but they ...