Food Art For Sale

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Browse 231 Food artworks for sale. Contemporary artists: Carmen Gonzalez, Lora Vannoord, Lou Posner, Steven Power, Vincenzo Montella, Royane Caldwell, Lynda Lehmann, Dave Martsolf, Ruth Zachary, Rosalyn M. Gaier, Nancy Bechtol, Roz Zinns, Storm Hammond offering Food artworks. Links to more artworks by these contemporary artists and 8 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 Food art simply click on the image to go to a more detailed page about this work of art.


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Carmen Gonzalez: 'una cerveza', 2015 Oil Painting, Food. My goal was to stimulate the vieweraEURtms senses of sight, taste, smell, and touch through realism and amplified colours.  I wanted my viewers to aEURoetaste it with their eyesaEUR which then triggers physical and emotional sensations causing thirst, hunger, joy, excitement, comfort, and perhaps guilt or regret. ...
Food - Painting
12 x 36 inches (30.5 x 91.4 cm)
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Carmen Gonzalez: 'bessghetti', 2016 Oil Painting, Food. My goal was to stimulate the vieweraEURtms senses of sight, taste, smell, and touch through realism and amplified colours.  I wanted my viewers to aEURoetaste it with their eyesaEUR which then triggers physical and emotional sensations causing hunger, thirst, joy, excitement, comfort, and perhaps guilt or regret...
, 2016
Food - Painting
24 x 24 yards ( x )
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Carmen Gonzalez: 'smarties snack', 2012 Oil Painting, Food. Painted with oil on canvas.  My candies series paintings were inspired by childhood memories.  Every time I see certain candies, I am reminded of times as a child.  Candy has a way of luring us in with its bright colors, fun shapes, and addicting flavors.  It brings out the child ...
Food - Painting
18 x 18 inches (45.7 x 45.7 cm)
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Carmen Gonzalez: 'skittles snack', 2012 Oil Painting, Food. Painted with oil on canvas.  My candies series paintings were inspired by childhood memories.  Every time I see certain candies, I am reminded of times as a child.  Candy has a way of luring us in with its bright colors, fun shapes, and addicting flavors.  It brings out the child ...
Food - Painting
18 x 18 inches (45.7 x 45.7 cm)
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Lora Vannoord: 'tomatoes', 2018 Oil Painting, Food. An original oil painting on canvas inspired by visiting an  organic  farm in New York that had tomatoes of many lovely colors...
, 2018
Food - Painting
20 x 16 inches (50.8 x 40.6 cm)
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Lou Posner: 'From Forage to Feast', 2017 Oil Painting, Food. Local forage from Perry County, Indidna, melded with bottles of wine and olive oil against a landscape of the Blue Ridge Parkway near Asheville, North Carolina. Oh, and a cutting board to prepare the meal. ...
Food - Painting
24 x 20 inches (61.0 x 50.8 cm)
Steven Power: 'FIRST FRUIT', 2015 , Food. WINERY...
Food -
27 x 36 inches (68.6 x 91.4 cm)
Vincenzo Montella: 'Naples 8', 2012 Color Photograph, Food.           digital print         ...
, 2012
Food - Photograph
60 x 40 cm (23.6 x 15.7 inches)
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Vincenzo Montella: 'Naples 7', 2012 Color Photograph, Food.          digital print        ...
, 2012
Food - Photograph
60 x 40 cm (23.6 x 15.7 inches)
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Royane Caldwell: 'Victoria Diner', 2010 Acrylic Painting, Food.     to be edited later    ...
Food - Painting
48 x 60 inches (121.9 x 152.4 cm)
Royane Caldwell: 'Still Life ', 2010 Watercolor, Food.   to be edited later  ...
Food - Watercolor
12 x 16 inches (30.5 x 40.6 cm)
Royane Caldwell: 'Pears', 2010 Watercolor, Food.
, 2010
Food - Watercolor
20 x 24 inches (50.8 x 61.0 cm)
Lynda Lehmann: 'Veggie Colors', 2010 Color Photograph, Food.  Nature's allure is very apparent in the colors of fruits and vegetables. I often have to run for my camera when chopping veggies for a salad, so dinner is sometimes late!Keywords: color, vivid, bright, vibrant, food, vegetables, edibles, produce, salad, foodstuff, dinner, recipe, multicolored, cheerful, contemporary, onions, red...
Food - Photograph
10 x 8 inches (25.4 x 20.3 cm)
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Dave Martsolf: 'Fast Food', 1981 Oil Painting, Food.  Fast Food.  The faster the better Fruits, veggies, vegetables, soft drinks, even a green server.  martsolf, oil, painting, abstract, surreal, surrealism, surrealistic, impressionist, food, still life, still, life, landscape...
, 1981
Food - Painting
43 x 42 inches (109.2 x 106.7 cm)
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Lynda Lehmann: 'Before the Soup', 2008 Black and White Photograph, Food.   Onions, before the soup, cut up and making interesting patterns. Image c Lynda Lehmann. Archival print matted to 11 x 14.  ...
Food - Photograph
10 x 8 inches (25.4 x 20.3 cm)
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Ruth Zachary: 'Dinner For One', 2004 Color Photograph, Food.  Charming
Food - Photograph
11 x 14 inches (27.9 x 35.6 cm)
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Lynda Lehmann: 'Berry Red', 2007 Color Photograph, Food.  Bright red cranberries, bubbling and simmering in a pot. Image c Lynda Lehmann.Archival print 8 x 10 matted to 11 x 14 inches, ready for framing. ...
, 2007
Food - Photograph
10 x 8 inches (25.4 x 20.3 cm)
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Lynda Lehmann: 'Frosty', 2007 Color Photograph, Food.  Luscious cranberries just out of the freezer, thawing for baking and still frosty. Image c Lynda Lehmann.Archival print 8 x 10 matted to 11 x 14 inches, ready for framing.   ...
, 2007
Food - Photograph
10 x 8 inches (25.4 x 20.3 cm)
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Rosalyn M. Gaier: 'Primordial Bisque', 1997 Other Printmaking, Food.  Primordial Bisque is a humorous abstract that brings a classic soup together with the soup of the cosmos.This collagraph print is the result of overlaying ink layers, which are transferred from collages of fabric, paper, etc. in successive passes through a press. ...
Food - Other Printmaking
19 x 33 inches (48.3 x 83.8 cm)
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Rosalyn M. Gaier: 'Primordial Gumbo', 1998 Other Printmaking, Food.  Primordial Gumbo brings to mind the flavor of a soup, as well as the cosmic mix of our universe. It is a humorous juxtaposition of size and origin.This original print was created from several compressed foamcore plates, printed over each other in succession.Oil- based inks were used on...
Food - Other Printmaking
19 x 33 inches (48.3 x 83.8 cm)
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Nancy Bechtol: 'Budda Hand', 2006 Other Photography, Food.  An unusual food. buddah' s hand ...
, 2006
Food - Photograph
17 x 11 inches (43.2 x 27.9 cm)
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Nancy Bechtol: 'parsnips and hands of the cook', 2007 Other Photography, Food.  The cook creates a food masterpiece ...
Food - Photograph
17 x 11 inches (43.2 x 27.9 cm)
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Nancy Bechtol: 'Veggie Sculpture', 2007 Other Photography, Food.  artistic parsnips ...
Food - Photograph
17 x 11 inches (43.2 x 27.9 cm)
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Nancy Bechtol: 'Sweet Orange and Blue 2', 2006 Other Photography, Food.  CU of sweet potatoes ...
Food - Photograph
17 x 11 inches (43.2 x 27.9 cm)
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Lou Posner: 'The Pizza Maker ', 1988 Oil Painting, Food. In a pizza parlour in New Haven, Conncecticut, there were these ugly wall hangings featuring Florentine knights.  I substituted The Noble Pizza Maker for the knight and changed the frame.  The pizza parlour owner and his wife wanted to buy the painting, but couldn' t afford it because they were ...
Food - Painting
50 x 25 inches (127.0 x 63.5 cm)
Lou Posner: 'Not Fit for Human Consumption Made in China', 2006 Oil Painting, Food. A gift from my summer helper....
Food - Painting
14 x 34 inches (35.6 x 86.4 cm)
Roz Zinns: 'Bread', 2005 Acrylic Painting, Food. Wonderful breads for sale...
, 2005
Food - Painting
24 x 18 inches (61.0 x 45.7 cm)
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Storm Hammond: 'Dans Scallions', 2004 Oil Painting, Food.
Food - Painting
8 x 10 inches (20.3 x 25.4 cm)
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Ruth Zachary: 'Abundance', 1989 Color Photograph, Food. Yellow and pink apples just picked, sitting in a basket and headed for the farm stand.  All those round shapes and the ripeness convey the abundance of an American Autumn. Contrasting gray basket. Sabbathday Lake, Maine. Limited edition, signed and numbered.  11 x 14 image in a 216 x 20 ...
, 1989
Food - Photograph
20 x 16 inches (50.8 x 40.6 cm)
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Lou Posner: 'Rob  Havent  You Had ENOUGH Oysters', 2003 Oil Painting, Food. ALL OYSTERS, ALL THE TIME! on the T- shirt: that says it all!...
Food - Painting
40 x 30 inches (101.6 x 76.2 cm)
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Artists Describing Their Art:

Carmen Gonzalez - One of the roots of my inspiration can perhaps be found in a quote from Aristotle - The aim of art is to not represent the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance. I am attracted to painting simple everyday objects. My attraction is not only for the beautiful shape, color, and texture of an object but also its essence. Simple objects have the ability to triggers strong memories or emotions transporting the mind of a viewer into the past. My compositions are happy, playful, and nostalgic with the use of color and patterns. I love incorporating patterns into my paintings. Patterned backgrounds take the eyes of my viewer on a journey to all corners of the canvas. Different patterns stir up different feelings or emotions which adds to the character of each painting. I strive to create paintings that make everyone joyously smile. ...

Lora Vannoord - I am a Florida Artist originally from a small town in Michigan, now painting in Florida. My works are original oil paintings inspired by Mother Nature. I want to communicate my love of nature to help others see and appreciate the natural environment around them. My goal is to give others a calming and imaginative experience in their homes when they contemplate my oil paintings. I enjoy the creative composing of my landscapes using my store of images and my imagination. I combine my sketchbook images and photos to form my imaginary landscape. I then feel excited and fulfilled when my work goes well. Even as a child my happiest times were when I was creating art or attending art activities and museums. I am a member of the Tarpon Springs Art Association, the Palm Harbor Art Club, the Creative Artists Guild, Artists of the Adirondacks, Strand Center for the Arts and the NOAPS. I have been chosen to show my original oil paintings in many of their juried exhibits. I have had solo exhibits in Grand Rapids MI, Dunedin FL, Oldsmar FL and Tarpon Springs FL.. I have shown oil paintings in group exhibits in Clearwater FL, Crystal Beach...

Lou Posner - After you reach the main or first Posner portfolio page, please click on an image to enlarge it and bring up further details about the piece of art, including THE PRICE and a description or story of it. Once you have done this, you may also click on zoom-in, a function which may or may not work. At the bottom of Posners main portfolio page Page No.1 you will see instructions for navigating to the rest of my art. There are presently a total of about 237 pieces of art to be viewed. Most are oil paintings, and the rest are charcoal and pencil drawings, watercolors, prints, etc. The first set of images will tell you if the piece is NFS Not For Sale or SOLD. I include these on the website to give viewers a sense of the scope of my work. Prices for each piece USED TO BE SHOWN next to the initial encounter with the image. NOW...all my prices are gone from the intial images, and the words REQUEST PRICE appear for all pieces that are still for sale. NOTE YOU DO NOT HAVE TO CONTACT ME TO REQUEST ANY PRICES. IF YOU CLICK ...

Steven Power - STEVEN POWER Ultra realist painter of fantasy landscape / seascapes, Steven Power is continuing to gain reputation with art collectors worldwide. With each new piece that Steven creates the level of excitement in the galleries and throughout the art community increases. The comments from those visiting the galleries are often the same, whether from Japan, Australia, England, the U.S. or even Texas! "Steven's work captures the essence of Paradise!". "It's as though you can walk right into his vision of paradise" his paintings definitely have that effect on you. Steven has had a long love affair with the ocean and nature in general, his many years of surfing throughout California, Mexico and Hawaii searching for the perfect uncrowded wave, as well as exploring the mountains and deserts of California, Arizona and Nevada provide the inspiration for Steven's fantastic imaginary scenes. Images that some say are "believable, yet at the same time almost unbelievable" Born in 1956 in Detroit, Michigan, but raised at the beach in Los Angeles, Steven and his brothers took to surfing at an early age. Steven has been a dedicated surfer ever since. Steven has been capturing his adventures with pencil and paint for ...

Vincenzo Montella - Vincenzo Montella was born in Benevento, Italy the 7/14/1952 and lives in Naples where works as psychiatrist. He is graduated in Medicine and Philosophy and specialist in psychiatry and family psychotherapy. He is artist, poet and photographer. He studied photography at the Toscana Photographic Workshops attending courses of William Allard, Michael Yamashita, Machiel Botman, Alex Webb, Jeff Jacobson, Arkady Llove, Sarah Moon, Carol Dragon. ...

Royane Caldwell - Artist Statement At present, I am almost completely absorbed in visual arts. My academic education consists of western and non-western art, philosophy, music, anatomy, physiology and holistic medicine. I am extremely interested in exploring the relationship between dreams and the collective unconscious and their intuitive reflection expressed in my art. Both my paintings and photography have been shown in a number of venues over the past few years, and are in private as well as corporate collections in Canada and the United States. My search for meaning and my attempts to illustrate contemporary mythology are based on a central certainty of stored remembrances, genetic memories that resonate at our deepest levels. I use organic forms, anatomical structures, icons, and symbolism to draw obscure truths. Art to me is a conduit, crossing the boundaries of seen and unseen, feeling and memory. ...

Lynda Lehmann - I have participated in numerous juried shows and had solo shows of my paintings. Ive sold my photography and digital art online, in galleries and other real-time venues, although I am currently marketing my work primarily online. My stock art sells well and Ive sold at least 2400 images in that venue. Life events had steered me away from painting but I am jumping back into that part of my process and hope to have new paintings online within the next few months. OTHER STUFF My painting Bibliophiles Dream has been featured on the cover of the Insights Journal of Austin Seminary. My paining Damariscotta Dream has been used for the cover of Chuck Sweetmans poetry chapbook published by Dream Horse Press. My image Enchanted Forest was used by the Sierra Club in their online feature Daily Ray of Hope. The Yellow Door has been published in Long Islands Canvas Magazine. I was a featured artist at Imagekind in July and have been featured from time to time on my other sites as well. February 1 - 28, 2009 - Metrimorphic III featuring new abstract paintings combining biomorphic and geometric elements, Harborfields Library, Greenlawn, NY. Due to time constraints I will ...

Dave Martsolf - Dave Martsolf Dave Martsolf was born in 1949 in Kansas, moved to Western Pennsylvania in early childhood and at age 12 moved to New Hampshire where he resides today. MartsolfaEURtms father and grandfather were architects and his mother a professional photographer. Martsolf attended MIT and later UNH where he earned a degree in Fine Arts. His early work was influenced by the great masters and others such as the post-impressionists Miro, Matisse, Kandinsky, Klee, Picasso, and the surrealist Salvador Dali. Architectural instincts developed due to his close association with architecture in his youth. DaveaEURtms focus has been in visual arts his entire life. His style extends from realism to surrealistic to fantasy and abstraction. His work uses the mediums of oils, watercolors, inks and pencils, to the more technically-oriented media of computer-based art. Beginning in the late 80aEURtms Martsolf spent productive time with the tools of Bryce, Poser, KaiaEURtms Power Tools, and similar photo editing and photo manipulation products. He was creator, owner and artistic director of Damsel Software Group in the 1990aEUR2s as a producer and manufacturer of original content screen savers. Today, Dave has returned to handmade art. He continues ...

Ruth Zachary - My goal is to create striking images that touch the viewer emotionally. I try to capture the essence of a subject or scene, so that the viewer reacts with an immediate recognition, and immediate "click" of "Yes." I depend upon composition, simplicity, shape and contrast, as well as my own aesthetic sense and emotional responses. I love creating art through photography. For me it is an opportunity for self-expression, a means of capturing a moment in time and creating beauty, as well as am important means of communication. My education includes a Masters in Social Work and a BA in English Literature. I have done formal study in drawing and pastel, but my photographic study has been informal and self-taught. Since 1980, I have been a frequent visitor to Monhegan Island, 12 miles off the coast of Maine, a remote lobstering island with a summer artists' colony. On Monhegan, I became friends with a group of painters and photographers. I applied what I learned from them to my own work. (Those I am most grateful to include Frances Kornbluth, Leo Brooks, Robin Young, Judi Wagner, Josie Vargas and Nancy Stanich.) I show my art summers on Monhegan Island ...

Rosalyn M. Gaier - Beauty. Meditative thought. Nuance. These are subjects of my collagraphs. They take on important implications when examined in light of today's American instant gratification culture. While convenience, speed and availability have become hallmarks of our American way of life and our society's progress, there remains a need for something more meaningful. That something is beauty. From my frame of personal artistic reference, "beauty" involves the viewer by initiating the response of taking pause, suddenly, unawares. Arousing the response from deep within, beauty disarms and fulfills at one and the same time. This elusive beauty is vital nourishment for mind and soul. Does today's American art disarm and fulfill? How well are our minds and souls being nourished? Unfortunately, Americans' appreciation and awareness of beauty are partially numbed by their frenzy experience of instant gratification. Beauty falls prey to the mindset of fast food, "Shop till you drop" and instant access to just about everything. We sacrifice refined taste, uniqueness and rewarded perseverance for what often is ephemeral and not quite satisfying. What this means for artists is that their best pieces can be easily overlooked. Unless relevance and nuance of an artwork can be realized immediately, instant ...

Nancy Bechtol - Artists explore and give the world a view of their personal heightened awareness. I visualize and think with keen beliefs and insights. Reflection of human and societal concerns which cross emotional boundaries-- communicating that which is unspoken. My traditional art foundations of drawing, painting and printmaking, evolved into video, digital photography and experimental media. I use digital photography and imaging to envision the concepts originating from the creative pulse.An individual artist explores and gives the world a view of their personal heightened awareness. Artists see and think with keen beliefs and insights.Reflection of human and societal concerns which cross emotional boundaries-- communicating that which is unspoken. My traditional art foundations of drawing, painting and printmaking, evolved into video, digital photography and experimental media. I use digital photography and imaging to envision the concepts originating from the creative pulse....

Roz Zinns - Roz Zinns has been involved in art for the last 40 years, from oil painting to weaving to contemporary art quilts. Her work has been displayed nationally and has been reproduced in US and international publications. She majored in Arts Administration and owned a San Francisco gallery specializing in original art and quality artisan crafts. Recently she has come full-circle, back to painting, and is enjoying the creativity and challenge of working in acrylics and water-immersible oils She has always had a love of the land which is evident in her work. Although she is currently focusing on landscapes, she is finding that the compositional element of land in an urban environment has become a fascinating study for her. She also loves to travel and has been interpreting her images on to canvas. She has observed that over the years many of the places she has painted either don't exist anymore or have changed drastically in their usage or appearance. So how wonderful to have captured them as they existed, but with her own interpretation....

Storm Hammond - In many of the paintings, my intention was to give the viewer a glimpse into a peaceful moment in the Italian sense of capriccio. In others, particularly those which make use of funerary statuary, one is left questioning aspects of human solitude. It has been said that a landscape does not come alive until there is a figure in it. By using sculptures of human forms, I offer the viewer an identity within the painting. As they are stone, subtly a coldness permeates and a peculiar isolation sets in emotionally. This shifts the pastoral mood to a quiet thoughtful meloncholia. This gives some observers a surrealistic impression of my work. In the architectural alleys, the viewer stands alone on the path. There is always the unseen, something more, a mystery around the corner or through the gate. I use an indirect Old Master's method of oil painting. The process begins with the application of an abstract acrylic ground. Next, an oil grisaille is painted defining the light and dark areas. Then, multiple layers of oil glazes and varnishes finish the piece. The first drawing, painted as the ground utilizes the divine geometry of the Golden Section. The divine ratio, ...