Marine Art For Sale

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Browse 291 Marine artworks for sale. Contemporary artists: Maria Teresa Fernandes, Larry Kaiser, Charles Edmunds, Gregory Edwards, Dmitry Rakov, Yu Wu, Karen Burnette Garner, David Lorenz Winston, Vicky T Hunt, Larry Seiler, Susan Whelihan, Paul Vauchelet, Ellen Spijkstra offering Marine artworks. Links to more artworks by these contemporary artists and 11 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 Marine art simply click on the image to go to a more detailed page about this work of art.


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Larry Kaiser: 'Invalid Boat At Invalid Dock', 2005 Oil Painting, Marine.  A boat comes in for repair at a huge dock itself being repaired.  North of Boston. ...
Marine - Painting
26 x 26 inches (66.0 x 66.0 cm)
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Charles Edmunds: 'The TANGRAM leaves Charleston Harbor', 2006 Oil Painting, Marine. The TANGRAM is a Chinese Lugsail and is outgoing thru the Charleston Bascule bridge, past the Public Icing Dock. In the collection of Herb Yussum, Bandon, Oregon...
Marine - Painting
40 x 30 inches (101.6 x 76.2 cm)
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Gregory Edwards: 'Red Tide Division', 2006 Mixed Media, Marine. Water currents are changing with exponential snap- to change potential and at any gravitational suggestion from the long and faithful orchestration as is can be has is. . ....
Marine - Mixed Media
30 x 30 inches (76.2 x 76.2 cm)
Dmitry Rakov: 'The Sea Fight', 2001 Other Drawing, Marine. The style - IMP ART ( Impossible ART)Graphic: Indian ink + pencil + crayon + penPaper: stamping
Marine - Drawing
28 x 20 inches (71.1 x 50.8 cm)
Maria Teresa Fernandes: 'Dream cape', 1970 Watercolor, Marine. one of thousand capes in Brazol...
, 1970
Marine - Watercolor
19 x 13 inches (48.3 x 33.0 cm)
Maria Teresa Fernandes: 'sea and horizon', 1970 Watercolor, Marine. a point to go round and discover marvels...
Marine - Watercolor
19 x 13 inches (48.3 x 33.0 cm)
Yu Wu: 'Sailing', 2004 Acrylic Painting, Marine. Sailing in the Sunset of Chicago ...
, 2004
Marine - Painting
28 x 34 inches (71.1 x 86.4 cm)
Karen Burnette Garner: 'Rockport Massachusetts Harbor', 2005 Acrylic Painting, Marine. A sunny day in the harbor at Rockport, Massachusetts is the setting for this small jewel.  Painted in acrylic by artist Karen Burnette Garner....
Marine - Painting
10 x 8 inches (25.4 x 20.3 cm)
David Lorenz Winston: 'Boat on Emigrant Lake at Sunset', 2005 Color Photograph, Marine. Fisherman and boat heading back to dock....
Marine - Photograph
20 x 14 inches (50.8 x 35.6 cm)
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David Lorenz Winston: 'Emigrant Lake Pier II', 2005 Other Photography, Marine. Pier, and Emigrant Lake watercsape...
Marine - Photograph
20 x 14 inches (50.8 x 35.6 cm)
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David Lorenz Winston: 'Emigrant Lake Pier', 2005 Other Photography, Marine. Emigrant pier with early morning sun reflection...
Marine - Photograph
20 x 14 inches (50.8 x 35.6 cm)
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David Lorenz Winston: 'Emigrant Sculls', 2004 Color Photograph, Marine. Sculls on Racks by Emigrant Lake, Oregon...
Marine - Photograph
20 x 14 inches (50.8 x 35.6 cm)
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David Lorenz Winston: 'Amanda', 2005 Color Photograph, Marine. Morning Mood at Coos Bay, Oregon...
, 2005
Marine - Photograph
20 x 14 inches (50.8 x 35.6 cm)
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Vicky T Hunt: 'Clownfish and hammerheads', 2005 Oil Painting, Marine. A miriad of anenomies and clownfish swirling in the currents.  Hammerheads circling above in the background....
Marine - Painting
112 x 89 cm (44.1 x 35.0 inches)
Vicky T Hunt: 'Smiling Chevron Barracuda', 2004 Oil Painting, Marine. A group of smiling chevron barracuda, caught in a sunburst from above, hungrily observe a shoal of small silver fish....
Marine - Painting
107 x 137 cm (42.1 x 53.9 inches)
Larry Seiler: 'UP Shores Pictured Rocks Michigan', 2005 Oil Painting, Marine. Completed instudio from onlocation sketches from my frequent visits to the Pictured Rocks of upper Michigan.  One of my favorite of places to visit. ...
Marine - Painting
24 x 18 inches (61.0 x 45.7 cm)
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Susan Whelihan: 'Nantucket Shell Mirror', 2004 Crafts, Marine. The round mirror serves as an appropriate base for the organic shells collected from the harbor side of the Nantucket shores. ...
Marine - Crafts
18 x 18 inches (45.7 x 45.7 cm)
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Larry Kaiser: 'The Dimby T', 2004 Acrylic Painting, Marine. The Dimby T is done in a painterly style that balances old world soft poetic edges with sharp contemporary paragraph elements. It depicts early dawn in the commercial fishing world. The Dimby T leaves the old fishing port of Esbjerg, Denmark. ...
Marine - Painting
28 x 35 inches (71.1 x 88.9 cm)
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Larry Kaiser: 'Lady C after Hurricane Gilbert 1988', 1989 Acrylic Painting, Marine. Lady C was just one of several good- sized ships that Hurricane Gilbert deposited on beaches at Cancun, Mexico in 1988.  I visited there in January of 1989, only because Cancun hotelliers were desperate enough for business that rates were almost reasonable, even for an artist.  There wasn	 much to ...
Marine - Painting
24 x 20 inches (61.0 x 50.8 cm)
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Paul Vauchelet: 'Dragon Wave', 2004 Acrylic Painting, Marine. Brush and airbrush acrylic and foam on board painting of a breaking wave that breaks the plane of the frame. It has very vibrant metalic and pearl colors that do not completly show in the photograph. ...
Marine - Painting
38 x 15 inches (96.5 x 38.1 cm)
Ellen Spijkstra: '41', 2002 Color Photograph, Marine. Detail of an anchor. Bright yellow and orange colors. Laminated with a clear, semi- matt, UV protection layer. ...
, 2002
Marine - Photograph
41 x 27 inches (104.1 x 68.6 cm)
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Ellen Spijkstra: '46', 2003 Color Photograph, Marine. 7 Tires chained to the side of a ship.Blue- grey and rusty colors.Laminated with a clear, semi- matt, UV protection layer. ...
, 2003
Marine - Photograph
41 x 27 inches (104.1 x 68.6 cm)
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Ellen Spijkstra: '13', 2000 Color Photograph, Marine. Two car tires connected to a tug boat.Pink, orange, brown and black.Laminated with a clear, semi- matt, UV protection layer. ...
, 2000
Marine - Photograph
41 x 27 inches (104.1 x 68.6 cm)
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Ellen Spijkstra: '28', 2001 Color Photograph, Marine. Bow of a tanker. Dark blue, yellow, orange, white. Green water.Laminated with a clear, semi- matt, UV protection layer. ...
, 2001
Marine - Photograph
27 x 41 inches (68.6 x 104.1 cm)
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Ellen Spijkstra: '14', 2000 Color Photograph, Marine. Part of a purple- pink quay with a rusty, broken ladder.Laminated with a clear, semi- matt, UV protection layer. ...
, 2000
Marine - Photograph
41 x 27 inches (104.1 x 68.6 cm)
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Ellen Spijkstra: '11', 2002 Color Photograph, Marine. Detail of the side of a tanker; like an abstract painting. Orange, grey, greenish.Laminated with a clear, semi- matt, UV protection layer. ...
, 2002
Marine - Photograph
27 x 41 inches (68.6 x 104.1 cm)
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Ellen Spijkstra: '19', 2001 Color Photograph, Marine. The Curacao dry dock at sunset; a dark grey silhouet of two staircases, a purple ship in the background and dark blue water reflections in the front.Laminated with a clear, semi- matt, UV protection layer. ...
, 2001
Marine - Photograph
41 x 27 inches (104.1 x 68.6 cm)
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Ellen Spijkstra: '9', 2002 Color Photograph, Marine. Detail of a ship; bright red, rusty orange and grey.Laminated with a semi- matt UV protection layer. ...
, 2002
Marine - Photograph
27 x 41 inches (68.6 x 104.1 cm)
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Ellen Spijkstra: '12', 2002 Color Photograph, Marine. Detail of a tanker; bright orange, whitisch and turquoise.Laminated with a semi- matt UV protection layer. ...
, 2002
Marine - Photograph
41 x 27 inches (104.1 x 68.6 cm)
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Ellen Spijkstra: '59', 2003 Color Photograph, Marine. Detail of a cargo ship; bright green with a red line, green reflections in the water....
, 2003
Marine - Photograph
150 x 100 cm (59.1 x 39.4 inches)
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  • Artists Describing Their Art:

    Maria Teresa Fernandes - Admiring Teresa's paintings we are touched by her pictorial sensitivity. Difficult task in light colors (volume and transparencies on a clear basis). Few do it due to the required dedication with pallete knife(no brush).It's painting consacrated by the love to paint. Radha Abramo(Renowned art critique)comments at Solo Exhibition Catalog at SESC Paulista in June 84 -( sent at request and reproduced in one of the pages of this site). ...

    Larry Kaiser - How My Paintings Become Sopwith Camels or the High-Flying Thrills of En Plein-Air. I pilot a painting. Rev it up. Get it off the ground, something--not Inspiration in the traditional mystic, religious, fantastic or legendary sense, but something real in our environment or our humanity that I find inherently splendid to my eye giving it lift. Then I set it on autopilot for a while in the direction I hope it will go. I do check the instruments--draftsmanship, painterliness, color (paying special attention to grays and values), communication and visual balance--rather diligently. If nothing bad happens, I relax and enjoy the flight. There are dangers in the process. Those cliches of habit and art school and patron taste often disguise themselves as that cheap inspiration I mentioned in the first paragraph and try to take over the flight. My job is to prevent that from happening. And I must recognize when the painting has run into a problem that it cannot pilot through by itself. Then, my job is to interfere. A little. Prevent the mutiny. Then hope that my ability, such as it is, has not been insulted, will not sulk, does not...

    Charles Edmunds - Due to AbsoluteArts...I have been much more visible on the Web...and for this, I am grateful. CharlesofCharleston See More of my Paintings: Below at Charles ART LINKS See Charles at ShoreAcres State Park

    Gregory Edwards - ..Art is the illusion to transcend illusion.. With a white shadow rainbow the old shades subtracted a new way to know as reflecting to show us! Still in the "eye of the beholder" end eye boulders growing older and then letting go, pain leads to the window holder going with the KEY to UNGRASP the shoulder boulder. I want many specks in my folder before I gain not and grow older! And let knowledge flow seemingly slow in becoming and see sight and so as your own light becoming!!! Open two freed and one two times more, like a name one thing breeds. Let us rise above those of wish want why and my ways with seeds ever sown with the stones much less growing? Like my felled me clearly I see like last with no breeds in traditional ME needs that dictated into hollow point plunder re-leads. Victors survive beyond bi-directional wording feeds...ever all about; and Now undefiners mode is art known now as stretching questions of what forgotten misled as a why thing one more time then another just be brother other and mostly lucid intension: As important toward the enrichment of our self-efficacy...

    Dmitry Rakov - Impossible reality (All new artworks and largerview at www.rakov.de and

    Yu Wu - I create oil and acrylic paintings that use vibrant colors through a subtle employment of tinting strengths over undertones. The medium is applied in a painterly fashion with brushes and palette knife on canvas. The series I am submitting focuses on canalscapes from Venice where light plays on the architecture in a style akin to the Impressionists. The artwork brings the serene ambience of the quiet canals of Venice to the walls of the American home. The splash of illustration that extends beyond the straight edge of the painting intends to envelop the viewer and draw him into the environment. Once in, the viewer moves down the canal, wondering what lies around the corner. ...

    Yu Wu - David Lorenz Winston - My imagery is about discovery. It takes me to places I have never been, places that free me from the pressures of a clock driven world, places that heal. I'm most excited when in tune with the underlying flow and energy of the ordinary. I seek to reveal the essence of a moment or place gone unnoticed. I love showing things in new ways, using the elements of surprise, mystery and playfulness, fused with design and movement. ...

    Vicky T Hunt - Fat, vibrant blocks of colour and hundreds of shades of blue. My two main passions in this world are scuba diving and painting. I have been painting whenever I feel in the mood - ever since I can remember... I have also been lucky enough, through work and travel, to have dived many of the most beautiful and pristine places in the world. This amazing underwater world, with its fantastic creatures, organic forms and shades of blue, has inspired me to pick up my palette knife once again and get stuck in! ...

    Larry Seiler - Painting is first and foremost an obsession and passion, not based upon sales, notoriety, nor convenience. I am most fully alive when painting, and every part of my being feels most engaged in actively celebrating life. When searching, perhaps even "hunting" for a place to set up and paint...I have learned to trust and give way to my instincts. There is this need to go beyond all the trappings of information overload that lesser experienced painters get caught up in when painting on location. I am intent to hone in, locate...and find those few elements that demanded of me, "Paint me!" What I call a process of finding the, "ah-HAH!" What is it that spoke of beauty? How is beauty hiding itself? Modestly dressed in nature's subtleties? Camoflaged behind an explosion of color and distraction? The plein air painter finds beauty often in the mundane and ordinary, and a new sense of mission to awaken the public's eyes. A public caught in the routine of daily obligations; whisking along burdened, pressed, and weighed down with cares. People unaware that losing that sense of thanksgiving for the gift of living, caught in the cares of life......

    Susan Whelihan - EDUCATION: San Francisco State University, San Francisco, CA- 2003 Bronx Botanical Conservatory, New York, NY- 1998-9 School of Visual Arts, New York, NY- 1997 B.F.A. Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA- 1991-5 EXHIBITIONS & MEMBERSHIPS: "Nantucket in SoHo" featured artist, New York, NY- 2004 (mosaics) Nantucket Stock Exchange, Nantucket, MA- 2004 (acrylic,mosaics) Leslie Linsley, Nantucket, MA- 2004 (mosaics) Artists Association of Nantucket Gallery, MA - 2004 (charcoal, oil pastel) Turn of the Century Fine Arts, Berkeley, CA- 2003 (colored glass, mosaics) Amy's Cafe, Solo Exhibition, Richmond, VA- 1995 (acrylic,photography) Anderson Gallery Annual Juried Show (2 pieces juried in), Richmond, VA- 1995 (multi-media) ARTWORK IN COLLECTIONS IN: Nantucket, MA; Newburyport, MA; Northhampton, MA; Tucson, AZ; Fairfield, CT; Rye, NY; New York, NY; Oakland, CA; San Francisco, CA; Arlington, VA; Great Falls, VA; Herndon, VA; South Strafford, VT; Orlando, FL BIOGRAPHY: My interest in creating artwork began when I received a Strathmore drawing pad and Mr. Sketch scented markers as a gift from my dad in the 3rd grade. I went on to study fine art and graphic design at V.C.U., where I earned a B.F.A. in Communication Arts & Design. I then moved ...

    Paul Vauchelet - Thank you for visiting my portfolio. As far as a brief background, I was an Art major at SBVJC, I then did frelance work for a couple of national magazines and was the Creative Art Director for Robert Keith and Co. The bottom line that matters here is whether you derive pleasure from my work or not. Those of you that do not. That is fine. Diversity is what makes life such a glorious experience. Keep looking! There is an artist out there whose work will stir a pleasure center in you like no other. Those of you that do find some degree of enjoyment in my work confirm my belief that we as humans really do enjoy life when we "Stop long enough to smell the roses". Everything in our world is exquisitely beautiful when we take the time to fully relish it in minute detail. When I paint it is solely for egocentric pleasure. The hyper realism of my work reflects my delight in discovering even the smallest nuance of my subject matter. I consume my subject visually, savoring it like a fine wine. My eyes become my palate, tasting even the subtlest of changes in textures and ...

    Ellen Spijkstra - I am not interested in telling a story. I will not try to give a complete overview. I hope to make people more aware of the beautiful images around them; the interesting shapes of the weathered (coral) stones on the beach, how the reflection of a ship colors the water, a detail of a monument, or the pattern of a leaf. I am fascinated by material. The process of erosion and damage. The contrast between skins. I make use of this in rhythmic compositions or forms. In my photographs you can see I am a ceramist at heart. ...