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Browse 9 Flight artworks for sale. Contemporary artists: Alexey Chernigin, Kelly Castello, Tim Murphy, Debbi Chan, Aad Schel, Gregory Liffick, Petri Kiviniemi, Micha Nussinov offering Flight artworks. Links to more artworks by these contemporary artists and 1 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 Flight art simply click on the image to go to a more detailed page about this work of art.


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Alexey Chernigin: 'swing', 2014 Oil Painting, Flight. Artist Description: Swing, summer, dress, leaves, trees in motion...
, 2014
Flight - Painting
150 x 100 cm (59.1 x 39.4 inches)
Kelly Castello: 'The Blue Peacock', 2015 Mixed Media Sculpture, Flight. Artist Description:   Sculpture textile peacock, 100% made by hand.Embroidered ornamental Peacock, wireframe, all the feathers are painted by hand with pigments.peacock waterproofed...
Flight - Sculpture
17 x 40 cm (6.7 x 15.7 inches)
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Tim Murphy: 'Ready', 2014 Oil Painting, Flight. Artist Description:  flying, woman, shore, ocean, sea, flight, float, fantasy, enlightenment, tim, murphy, Boston, dock, bird, calm, peaceful ...
, 2014
Flight - Painting
16 x 20 inches (40.6 x 50.8 cm)
Tim Murphy: 'Above The Goal', 2000 Oil Painting, Flight. Artist Description:   flying, woman, shore, ocean, trapeze, castle island, bunny, glow, sea, flight, float, fantasy, enlightenment, tim, murphy, Boston, dock, bird, calm, peaceful  ...
Flight - Painting
24 x 20 inches (61.0 x 50.8 cm)
Debbi Chan: 'deer flight', 2011 Color Photograph, Flight. Artist Description:   photos from Idaho                                                                                                                                                                                                                 ...
Flight - Photograph
8 x 10 inches (20.3 x 25.4 cm)
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Aad Schel: 'breakfast', 2010 Oil Pastel, Flight. Artist Description:  still life table milk bread blue white ...
, 2010
Flight - Oil Pastel
50 x 40 cm (19.7 x 15.7 inches)
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Debbi Chan: 'hunting bear', 2010 Woodworking Art, Flight. Artist Description:   i am not a hunter but i moved to a place where hunting is a big thing. i occasionally will do a piece of art that has to do with the hunt. . . take it as you wish. if you hunt, enjoy. if you don't, go on to ...
Flight - Woodworking Art
13 x 51 inches (33.0 x 129.5 cm)
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Gregory Liffick: 'flying circus', 2007 Assemblage, Flight. Artist Description:  Ink and spray enamel on wood. ...
Flight - Assemblage
16.5 x 18 inches (41.9 x 45.7 cm)
Petri Kiviniemi: 'Exhibition view', 2005 Other Sculpture, Flight. Artist Description:  This is view to my exhibition. Artcenter Maltinranta, Tampere, Finland, year 2005. ...
Flight - Sculpture
3 x 30 m (9.84 x 98.43 feet)
Micha Nussinov: 'Flying machine', 2007 Mixed Media Sculpture, Flight.
Flight - Sculpture
220 x 89 cm (86.6 x 35.0 inches)
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Artists Describing Their Art:

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 ...

Kelly Castello - Kelly Castello is artist based in the beautiful city of Belo Horizonte in Eastern Brazil. She specialises in 3D modelling using wireframe and plaster and sometimes papier mache to save weight. Although producing mostly original designs she has recently produced many replicas of Venetian face masks from the 17th century. Intended mainly as ornaments these are also robust enough to be worn as originally intended. More recently she has focussed on animal sculptures including lifelike owls and is currently working on a life-size young ostrich. ...

Tim Murphy - I began creating paintings with flying figures in 1993. This central theme has evolved and been expressed in many ways in my paintings. The flying figures represent both a dream state and the conscious state awareness of being present in the moment. These images play with the similarities and differences of the two states of mind and how both are valued experiences over the alternative unaware and thoughtless moments in our lives. I like to think of my paintings as subconscious mirrors and that the relationship between the viewer and my work is a personal one. I create narratives that are open ended and I allow my subconscious to wander freely as I paint. Consequently, the story lines evolve as I work on each piece. A painting may hold multiple meanings for the viewer and these meanings can change over time, as they do for me. I incorporate variations of traditional painting techniques that invite viewers to enter these alternate worlds and discover what these mirrors hold for them. - Tim S. Murphy www.timmurphyart.com ...

Debbi Chan - I am going to do an updated artist's statement. But until I submit it you have a short temporary one. As an artist I an fullfilled and contend. But at the same time I seek more , absorb more, and enjoy more. Art fills and fullfills me..I am always being an artist. My eyes see art always. This is not a hobby that I partake of when time suits. Art feeds me. Art consoles me. And being prolific it also takes my time. And for this I am thankful that i listened to my inner self. I am thankful for a following that grows by the minute. I enjoy you enjoying my portfolio. I also have come to realize that the coined phrase "starving artist" is a reality for some of us. But if you take another quote, my own , you will see that starving and rich pertain to material $. because of you the viewers , and because art is my life and my passion I can truly say that I AM RICH.. RICH WITH NO MONEY... and I can also say with truth that I am happy. I chose the path that allowed this rich life. There will continue ...

Aad Schel - MY work is intended to enrich people in their thinking. My paintings always balance on the edge of figurative and abstract. I like it to give the visitor a little question to be answered in order to complete the painting within in his own life and living. I like colours and I am not afraid of using them much , but also just one colour to express you will find as well. I like to use the paletknife of a big brush Mostly I paint on canvas sometimes on board. I use acrylic and sometimes the new oil paint solvable in water. My aintings are very differentin style I do not like to produce a lot of paintings all in the same style, I hate being monotonic. Despite the differences in colour used techn is subjects my work has already a bit of an own signature, but time will give this more probabilities. ...

Gregory Liffick - I like to find new life in old, found items. I perform a kind of plastic or reconstructive surgery on the materials that I find in thrift stores and other like places, refinishing and refreshing their skin with spray enamel or acrylic paint and reforming and improving their shapes with bits and pieces from elsewhere. In the process of reimaging the items, I resurrect them from the past and bring them into the present, making them current and relevant through the concepts and messages I attach to them, commentaries on the state of things in the world today. I give new purpose and interest to items that have lost their place in the onrush of use and fashion. I take once upon a time materials and try to make them timeless....

Petri Kiviniemi - I am a sculptor. My works have been shown since 1994. Sometimes i connect painting and sculpture in the form of assemblage. My current works deal with the human being and her or his relationship to changing society, and the dressing up as art of "development" and innovation. My robot sculptures and the giant abacus sculpture are a good example of this....

Micha Nussinov - Nussinov's Statement Oct 2012 Drifting, being transient, in between various states of body/mind, like when we travel physically and with our imagination, as in a 'waking dream'. My work represents a world of ambiguity and illusion, of recognized and abstracted scenes embedded as a tapestry of matter, illustrating different relationships. Somewhere in the process of creating artworks these worlds are mixed in an harmonious and conflicting manner, representing the contradiction and collision between languages and landscapes. At all times the viewer is challenged to unfold the mystery, to explore and discover. The works of art are created not through a planned process but rather the starting point is an impulse, a visual or musical trigger. These signals lure the me into the unknown territories where my intuition and inner vision leads to spontaneous discoveries. As a teenager my box camera was an excuse to drift away from trouble, to capture in a photo something, that was at the same time ambiguous and exciting. As a cinematographer/ director of documentaries from1976 to1980 I was acknowledged as an acute observer of people and an highly experimental filmmaker. I have been working in various fields of the arts, consistently for the ...