Culture Art For Sale

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Browse 772 Culture artworks for sale. Contemporary artists: Eduardo Diaz, Tom Miller, Berit Nelson, Nahid Navab, Omotayo Dare, Pamela Henry, Catherine Woolley, Joel P Heinz Sr., Stephanie Ford Forrester, Lauren M Geraghty, Meredith Cutler, Patsy Cox, Richard Wynne, Janet Garcia, Gregory Stringfield, Michael Rusch, Aczarina Koontz, Alexandre Nodopaka, Pascal Bruandet, Nicolas Tcherno Ivanenko, Alexander Bluvshteyn 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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Eduardo Diaz: 'Viejo', 2004 Oil Painting, Culture.
, 2004
Culture - Painting
38 x 38 inches (96.5 x 96.5 cm)
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Tom Miller: 'Bette', 2004 Computer Art, Culture. Bette Davis waxing camp. ...
, 2004
Culture - Computer Art
800 x 600 inches (2032.0 x 1524.0 cm)
Eduardo Diaz: 'Global', 2004 Oil Painting, Culture.
, 2004
Culture - Painting
38 x 38 inches (96.5 x 96.5 cm)
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Berit Nelson: 'Celtic Knot', 2004 Computer Art, Culture.
Culture - Computer Art
7 x 8 inches (17.8 x 20.3 cm)
Nahid Navab: 'Shohreh', 2004 Mixed Media, Culture. paint on hand- pulled print...
, 2004
Culture - Mixed Media
4 x 8 inches (10.2 x 20.3 cm)
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Omotayo Dare: 'Pretty Fulani', 2004 Charcoal Drawing, Culture. This artwork is drawn from the West Africa Region, Sokoto the northern part of Nigeria. The fulanis are always pretty, but half- literate, they are the most pretty women in the Northen part of Nigeria and their mode of dressing usually half top dresses showing the Stomach. Available for sale...
Culture - Drawing
7 x 9 inches (17.8 x 22.9 cm)
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Pamela Henry: 'Rembrandts Door', 1995 Polaroid Photograph, Culture. Polaroid photography manipulation. This image was created outside Rembrandt' s home in Amsterdam on a cold winter day. Signed, archival photo lustre giclee print....
Culture - Photograph
10.5 x 10.5 inches (26.7 x 26.7 cm)
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Catherine Woolley: 'Pareo Shopping', 2004 Watercolor, Culture. 2/ 2006 This is another of my favorite paintings. I have prints available in various sizes of this image. Select merchandise with this image also available. See my online gift shop at
Culture - Watercolor
10 x 12 inches (25.4 x 30.5 cm)
Catherine Woolley: 'Ladies Night Out', 2005 Acrylic Painting, Culture. This is one of my favorite paintings. I have prints available in various sizes of this image. Select merchandise with this image also available. See my online gift shop at
Culture - Painting
12 x 14 inches (30.5 x 35.6 cm)
Joel P Heinz Sr.: 'Petro birdmen', 2004 Acrylic Painting, Culture.
Culture - Painting
12 x 12 inches (30.5 x 30.5 cm)
Stephanie Ford Forrester: 'Celtic Glory', 2001 Textile Art, Culture. Applique and hand- quilted wall hanging in cotton and Thai silk fabrics. ...
Culture - Textile Art
50 x 50 inches (127.0 x 127.0 cm)
Lauren M Geraghty: 'Peach Kimono Lady', 2003 Acrylic Painting, Culture.
Culture - Painting
18 x 24 inches (45.7 x 61.0 cm)
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Meredith Cutler: 'your mother will pay Childs Birthday Gift 3', 2002 Mixed Media, Culture. Part of my new Gift series, this work is mixed- media and collage on canvas, wrapped in needlepoint mesh.  Collaged images of children are appropriated from retro- america ( 1970' s) themed wrapping paper found at a urban garage sale.  By removing these images from their candy- colored, gender and event- ...
Culture - Mixed Media
12 x 12 inches (30.5 x 30.5 cm)
Joel P Heinz Sr.: 'Petrosurfer', 2003 Acrylic Painting, Culture. Artists rendition of an actual Hawaiian Petrogliph. Full size numberd Glclee prints are avialable...
Culture - Painting
11 x 14 inches (27.9 x 35.6 cm)
Patsy Cox: 'LA County Conglomeration-Detail', 2003 Other Ceramics, Culture. This installation grew out of my relationship to Los Angeles- its communities; its sheer mass; its blending of boundaries; its mixtures of language and culture. There are 88 total forms in this piece, representing the 88 cities of Los Angeles County. ...
Culture - Ceramics
20 x 20 feet (6.10 x 6.10 m)
Patsy Cox: 'LA County Conglomeration', 2003 Other Ceramics, Culture. This installation grew out of my relationship to Los Angeles- its communities; its sheer mass; its blending of boundaries; its mixtures of language and culture. There are 88 total forms in this piece, representing the 88 cities of Los Angeles County. ...
Culture - Ceramics
20 x 20 feet (6.10 x 6.10 m)
Richard Wynne: 'Buffalo and herder', 2003 Other Painting, Culture. Mixed mediums painted on canvas. Acyrlic, oil, watercolor, lacquer, and garment dye were among the mediums used. A loney herder drives the Buffalo home. ...
Culture - Painting
100 x 50 cm (39.4 x 19.7 inches)
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Janet Garcia: 'El Gallero', 2003 Mixed Media, Culture. El Gallero portraits an old custom in the Island of Puerto Rico where the gallero was the owner/ trainer of roosters or cocks to prepare them for a fight against another cock.Available in postcards through my online store:
, 2003
Culture - Mixed Media
13 x 19 inches (33.0 x 48.3 cm)
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Gregory Stringfield: 'FAN TWO', 2003 Other Photography, Culture. FAN # 2...
, 2003
Culture - Photograph
0 x 0 inches (0.0 x 0.0 cm)
Gregory Stringfield: 'FAN ONE', 2003 Other Photography, Culture. Fan # 1...
, 2003
Culture - Photograph
0 x 0 inches (0.0 x 0.0 cm)
Michael Rusch: 'Celebration in Fireworks', 1987 Other Drawing, Culture. A simple scratchboard study to reflect celebration. ...
Culture - Drawing
11 x 15 inches (27.9 x 38.1 cm)
Michael Rusch: 'Barnside Vision', 1999 Mixed Media, Culture. This  piece of art  was originally inspired from a woodpecker etching his own design on the side of a barn. During that same time period I was reading the words of Lame Deer and Black Elk. All about the White Buffalo Woman and the Sacred Pipe. Anyway the woodpecker' s ...
Culture - Mixed Media
44 x 18 inches (111.8 x 45.7 cm)
Aczarina Koontz: 'Samarena', 2003 Oil Painting, Culture.
, 2003
Culture - Painting
8 x 10 inches (20.3 x 25.4 cm)
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Alexandre Nodopaka: 'Projecting', 2003 Calligraphy, Culture.
, 2003
Culture - Calligraphy
1 x 1 feet (0.30 x 0.30 m)
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Alexandre Nodopaka: 'Translation', 2003 Computer Art, Culture.
Culture - Computer Art
1 x 1 feet (0.30 x 0.30 m)
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Alexandre Nodopaka: 'Delicate Fusion', 2003 Other, Culture.
Culture - Other
1 x 1 feet (0.30 x 0.30 m)
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Pascal Bruandet: 'piege2', 2003 Gouache Drawing, Culture. drawing about war...
, 2003
Culture - Drawing
50 x 65 cm (19.7 x 25.6 inches)
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Nicolas Tcherno Ivanenko: 'She IV', 2003 Oil Painting, Culture. After playing videogames all nite . . . then trying to paint something !...
, 2003
Culture - Painting
89 x 116 cm (35.0 x 45.7 inches)
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Alexander Bluvshteyn: 'The Mask', 2002 Bronze Sculpture, Culture.
, 2002
Culture - Sculpture
17 x 16 inches (43.2 x 40.6 cm)
Frank Shifreen: 'The New Man', 2002 Computer Art, Culture. A digital photo created at a residency at the Experimental TElevesion Center...
Culture - Computer Art
5 x 3 feet (1.52 x 0.91 m)
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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...

    Tom Miller - My work is Rinky-Dink in nature; that being to do the least amount of effort with all the wrong tools for all the wrong reasons at the wrong time and place. Magic Marker is my specialty, but I often dabble in "fake" painting on the internet with shareware paint programs I download from random sites, glitter glue, xerox copies of originals (the originals then get destroyed and the xerox copies become the original work), and painting with my butt. I think of my art as generally worthless since nobody ever buys any of it. But I continue making it because they say that you live on in your work, and that is why my art is so silly. -- Tom Miller, Artist, UFO Expert...

    Berit Nelson - My art reflects me; my ideas, my thoughts and my innermost struggles. As I go forth in life, I find inspiration everywhere.....in people, in places, in objects, but mostly in myself. What begins as an idea eventually grows into art, however I have discovered over the years that it is the process of getting there that I enjoy the most! My photography on the other hand, is another story. I enjoy taking pictures immensely and I have a good eye for it, and my real inspiration comes from that and that alone. I like seeing the final prints and remembering the journey I got to go on to get them! Sometimes the journey takes me far from home and other times I barely get out of the door but no matter where I end up, I usually find something beautiful to take a picture of!...

    Nahid Navab - My goal in the creative process of drawing, painting and print-making,is to visualize my feelings, my thoughts and my dreams. I like to produce joy and freedom and bring a moment of comfort to my environment. I work with different medias including watercolor, acrylic and pastels. Recently I work with hand pulled prints like etching and silkscreen. I feel this is a road never ends. In every step I learn new concepts and feel new joy. Peace for all...

    Pamela Henry - I am a Photography Artist. My process crosses analog and digital borders. Initially my images are captured on film, slides or digitally. I use a range of techniques from cross-process development and polaroid manipulation to digital painting, collage and layering to create what you see here. If I were to condense my thoughts on photographic expression into a single phrase it would be "in the moment". The moment begins at first sight and is complete when I release the shutter, lift my stylo from the polaroid, or remove my hand from the mouse. I know I will relive that feeling each time I look at the image, like a song or a smell that transports you to another place and time. This photographic expression translates beyond verbal expression and rests in your being, invoking a subjective reaction based on your experiences. Herein lies a collection of such moments. ...

    Pamela Henry - 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 ...

    Stephanie Ford Forrester - Where does it come from? Why does one artist paint dark, disturbing images and another make art of transcendent light and beauty? What motivates the incredibly unique expressive mode of each individual artist? Life experience, external influences, serendipity, magical moments, receptivity, the minutia of life: all these combine to drive the artist to make art. I am very intrigued by the wonderful sensations and ideas that come out of left field, little glimmers of perception that happen on the periphery of my vision and awareness that evolve either instantly or over time to take physical form as paintings and fabric work. Be they the ephemeral, shifting colours and rhythms of the sea, the intensity in a person's face, or the ancient mythologies and symbols locked in the carved stone of past centuries, these are images that have worked themselves sideways into my mind and refuse to leave. Sometimes they come unbidden, charting their own course until set free in visual form. The journey of the creative process is very personal to each artist; we must allow our minds to be receptive to gentle peripheral influences as well as the powerful, 'in- your- face' immediate ones. The very materials one ...

    Lauren M Geraghty - I work mostly in acrylic paints. I enjoy using rich colors. Color is important to me. I feel like it is clay when I paint. I like to sculpt and mold my images until the image has its own personality. Currently I am working on several series: birds, women and what I call tattoo or swirl people. I also work in pastels, watercolor, oil craypas and charcoal. Corporis Artificium was my most recent exhibit of several series where the body image is the subject matter. The line of the body fascinates me. How we move and go is like watching lines flow on the surface of water. People don't realize the grace and movement of their everyday actions. Simple movement becomes beautiful. I'm able to capture that elegance with lines color. The color should be rich as the spirit that I am trying to portray. I think women should remember how beautiful we have always been. I hope my paintings remind people of the inner beauty that can come outwards that give women their radiant glow of life. We must take care of that spirit life within us by remembering to be simple. By simple I mean to...

    Meredith Cutler - VISIT MY NEW WEBSITE FOR THE LATEST!

    Patsy Cox - My most current work embodies mutations, hybrids, growth, and cross-pollination. Multiple forms can stand as individual pieces and also parts of a cohesive whole. When the pieces are grouped together, it's not clear where one begins and the next one ends, which is the original and which is the mutation. While most of my work does not refer to a particular geographical location, my most recent projects have grown out of my own relationship to Los Angeles--its communities; its sheer mass; its blending of boundaries; its mixtures of language and culture. I focus on capturing the overwhelming nature of a sprawling city and often use the primary colors of blue, yellow and red to emphasize the possibility of its transformation--all colors are possible from the mixture. It is important to me that I approach my work in a physical way. The process of creating the work in the tradition of working with clay is as vital as the work itself. ...

    Richard Wynne - Richard is an acclaimed International Artist recently returned to the USA. Richard has lived in many Countries. "The last being Thailland. He started his art studies at a very young age at the John Herron Art Institute In Indianapolis, Indiana and then later at the Art Institute of Chicago Richard has lived in many countries, painting, and playing music. Mr Wynne has exhibited in Thailand, the United States, Spain, Argentina, Kuwait, Korea, Ihdia, and other Countries. Sometimes perhaps I say too much about my self but maybe it helps people understand what motivates my work. For your information I've lived in 8 different countries and have been around the world 5 times. I speak a few different languages, some very well; others not so well. By the way I am not a workaholic as I don't consider what I do work. I enjoy life too much. I forgot to say I am also a weight lifter as lifting weights is my Zen. When I am troubled the concentration it takes to lift makes me calm. I guess my page will probably be a little different from what people expect. Sorry I have not been uploading new work as ...

    Janet Garcia - Some of the artist's arwork are also featured in greeting cards, journals, etc. and can be obtained through my online store at:

    Michael Rusch - It is interesting how the term Western Art is defined. For many it means cowboys and horses. While others think of the romantic exagerations by Remington. Still others will seriously consider Western Art, only if it represents the Southwest region. Well having been born in the American West.Living on a Farm/Ranch. Mining for coal and moly at one time. Living the city lifestyle as well, I see the the term Western Art as so much more. The color of the West encompasses its land, people and their attitudes . Whether from the past, future or present day, this color has its own unique quality. This is why I don't like to confine my subject matter to only the pre concieved traditional notions or ideas of what American Western Art is. Its the experiences I'm after so I can put them in the art. ...

    Aczarina Koontz - I am inspired daily by nature. A tree-loving hippie at heart, I do seek peace and love on a daily basis. Often this is translated into pieces I am working on. But when the ugly face of injustice surfaces, my art takes a dark turn. Everyone is born with the heart and soul of an artist. There is an innate desire to create and many stop when they receive no validation. Explore, create and imagine the impossible. Live beyond your limits of societal expectations and create the masterpieces that are buried deep within. ...

    Alexandre Nodopaka - 1. To portray ideas in a fresh style, but most important I was Born for Art, I Live for Art and will die for Art. 2. Abstraction in art is the greatest spiritual meditation & an ideal cerebral masturbation. 3. Photography killed representational art some 150 years ago. The computer killed abstract art. Today, thousands abstracts can be created in a day, they may be worth a thousand words but not a penny! 1. Pour peindre des idees dans un style frais, mais plus important je suis ne pour l'Art, je vis pour l'art et mourrai pour l'art. 2. L'abstraction dans l'art est la plus grande meditation spirituelle & une masturbation cerebrale ideale. 3. La photographie a tue l'art figuratif il y a quelques 150 annees et l'ordinateur a tue l'art abstrait. Aujourd'hui, des milliers d'art abstrait peuvent etre crees dans un jour... ils peuvent valoir mille mots mais pas un centime! 1. Para retratar las ideas en un estilo fresco, pero mas importantes de que era nacido para Art, vivo para Art y morire por Art. 2. El caracter abstracto en el ...