Poverty Art For Sale

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Browse 16 Poverty artworks for sale. Contemporary artists: Jerry Di Falco, Shoshannah Brombacher, Patrick Sean Kelley, K Van Zwol, Jennifer Anne Buckley, Maria Teresa Fernandes, Michael Leyton, Tirzo Martha, Chad A. Carino offering Poverty 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 Poverty art simply click on the image to go to a more detailed page about this work of art.


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Jerry  Di Falco: 'the golden rondezvous', 2018 Etching, Poverty. PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS WORK INCLUDES A BLACK WOOD FRAME AND WHITE ARCHIVAL MAT.  The frame measures 11 inches high by 14 inches wide.  This etching, from the 4th of 4 Editions, employs two zinc plates to create one printed image.  I incorporated the studio techniques of Aquatint, intaglio, Chine ...
Poverty - Etching
14 x 11 inches (35.6 x 27.9 cm)
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Jerry  Di Falco: 'italian ghetto 1929 camden nj', 2017 Etching, Poverty. THIS PRICE INCLUDES THE MATTED ETCHING IN AN ARCHIVAL MAT and A FRAME, 16 inch x 20 inch, Glass and Wood, Color is Gold.   ALL HANDLING COSTS.  CARDBOARD SHIPMENT CARTON.   BUBBLE WRAP AND PACKING MATERIALS.  AND A CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY.  The work is wired and ready to hang.   Framing includes ...
Poverty - Etching
16 x 20 inches (40.6 x 50.8 cm)
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Jerry  Di Falco: 'Poor Venice with Golden Sky', 2016 Etching, Poverty. This is print number 2 of 5 in THIRD of FOUR Editions. Each of the editions is limited to only FIVE etchings. Both my method of ink application and my rubbing technique lends a decidedly monoprint aura to my etchings. A six- inch wide by nine- inch high, or 15. ...
Poverty - Etching
11 x 15 inches (27.9 x 38.1 cm)
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Shoshannah Brombacher: 'A blessing for a horse a chassidic story', 1995 Oil Painting, Poverty. A chassidic story describes a very poor rabbi who saved all his money to buy an ethrog ( a ritual fruit, very expensive) for the holyday of Sukkot. On his way to get it he met a poor wagondriver whose emaciated horse had just died. The rabbi gave him all his ...
Poverty - Painting
16 x 20 inches (40.6 x 50.8 cm)
Patrick Sean Kelley: 'Faces of Chicago 3', 2009 Oil Painting, Poverty.    The faces of the streets tell their own story, every time.    ...
Poverty - Painting
12 x 18 inches (30.5 x 45.7 cm)
Patrick Sean Kelley: 'Faces of Chicago 2', 2009 Oil Painting, Poverty.   The faces of the streets tell their own story, every time.   ...
Poverty - Painting
12 x 18 inches (30.5 x 45.7 cm)
Patrick Sean Kelley: 'Faces of Chicago', 2009 Oil Painting, Poverty.  The faces of the streets tell their own story, every time.  ...
Poverty - Painting
12 x 18 inches (30.5 x 45.7 cm)
K Van Zwol: 'passions fruit', 2008 Mixed Media, Poverty.  photomontage and acrylic on canvas board ...
Poverty - Mixed Media
16 x 20 inches (40.6 x 50.8 cm)
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Jennifer Anne Buckley: 'Destruction ', 2006 Other Photography, Poverty.  This is a picture of the demolition of the infamous Chicago Cabrini Green Projects. ...
Poverty - Photograph
13 x 19 inches (33.0 x 48.3 cm)
Jennifer Anne Buckley: 'Destruction II', 2006 Other Photography, Poverty.  This is the mound of what is left of one of the demolished Cabrini Green Projects buildings. ...
Poverty - Photograph
14 x 11 inches (35.6 x 27.9 cm)
Jennifer Anne Buckley: 'Home', 2005 Other Photography, Poverty.  This is the window of a building I lived in for 3 years ...
, 2005
Poverty - Photograph
17 x 11 inches (43.2 x 27.9 cm)
Maria Teresa Fernandes: 'Pissarro stilt houses', 1973 Oil Painting, Poverty.  hues and reflections at this seaside slum vary quickly with sun movement ...
Poverty - Painting
24 x 20 inches (61.0 x 50.8 cm)
Maria Teresa Fernandes: 'Bahia Gerais Veredas', 1980 Watercolor, Poverty. getting stronger to green again? ...
Poverty - Watercolor
10 x 7 inches (25.4 x 17.8 cm)
Michael Leyton: 'Early Work 01', 1991 Charcoal Drawing, Poverty.
Poverty - Drawing
48 x 60 inches (121.9 x 152.4 cm)
Tirzo Martha: 'Still Life of an unemployed person from the 3rd World', 2005 Outdoor Installation, Poverty. Man has declared unemployment and poverty as holy...
Poverty - Installation
120 x 225 cm (47.2 x 88.6 inches)
Chad A. Carino: 'Neapolitan Crush', 2003 Other, Poverty. Saw a photo, took a photo. Redrew it. ...
Poverty - Other
17 x 11 inches (43.2 x 27.9 cm)
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Artists Describing Their Art:

Jerry Di Falco - Photography inspires my art and acts as a vital element in my etchings. The images I employ originate from my own photographs, as well as from the images I find from my research into the digital archives of universities, historical societies, libraries, and museums. Upon locating a documented scene I wish to etch, my first step involves the execution of two to five original drawings of the photograph. My collaboration between photography and printmaking allows me the independence to integrate my personal interpretations into the scene. Moreover, I create bridges between the physical and metaphysical visual realities in the same way that a camera intersects with human creativity . . . the nexus between the mechanical and the cerebral art tools. Art unveils everything that we mask behind our belief systems conversely, I strive in my creations to clarify those phenomena we overlook as a result of our egocentric assumptions. Ironically enough, I blame this failure to notice things, a process I label, the phenomenology of connectedness, on todayaEURtms very infatuation with and addiction to the new communicational technologies of social media. My artworks therefore become like windows through which to examine the mysteries of aEURoeeveryday consciousnessaEUR. In fact, my use of ...

Jerry Di Falco - 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 ...

K Van Zwol - From the wreckage of the post-industrial wasteland NEW VISIONS! The intersection of art and anti art and anti anti art A META REALITY! The means of apprehension beyond: object/ subject ...(FALLACIES) A flurry of images, torrents of symbolism, The Clash of Modalities, won A thread running through the ALL the Amerikin nightmares, (transformed) THIS IS THE NEW LANGUAGE OF DREAMS....

Jennifer Anne Buckley - Jennifer Anne Buckley attended the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and received a B.F.A. in 2003. Though majoring in drawing and painting, a love grew for landscape photography. She uses dark colors in her paintings and photographs to depict a darker subject matter. Her art has been exhibited and in permanent collection throughout the United States since 1986. Her work has been shown at the Lancaster Museum of Art in Pennsylvania, University of Chicago, Woodruff Art Center in Atlanta Georgia, at galleries in the Chicagoland area and the East Coast....

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). ...

Michael Leyton - In his MIT Press book, Symmetry, Causality, Mind (630pages) and his book in Springer-Verlag, A Generative Theory of Shape (550pages), Michael Leyton has elaborated an extensive theory of why art has such a powerful impact on the human mind. This results in an ability to intensify the content of artworks through an increased understanding of compositional organization, that Leyton has provided in his scientific work, which includes his mathematical foundations for geometry. For example, theorems of his, such as the Symmetry-Curvature Duality Theorem, which are now used in over 40 disciplines including many branches of medicine and engineering, also explain the human perceptual response to art-works. Not only has he demonstrated this in his lengthy published analyses of classical and modern artists, but he has also demonstrated that it is possible to surpass the intensity of these artists. This he has done by using the theory developed in his books in the creation of his own artworks - his paintings, his published architectural designs, and the published scores of his musical compositions. The portfolio at the present site is currently under construction. While this is in progress, the reader can gain an extensive introduction to Leyton's artistic ...

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...

Chad A. Carino - A quality which defines the life of any urban artist is the visible entropy surrounding us in the form of decay and despoilation of the desolation defining post-industrial urban America. Simply put, we live in darkness. This quality bends and controls me, defining my work, decaying into darkness and chaos. A solid idea will find itself dissolving into a series of dark scribbles, and a simple concept will belie its ultimate complexity. These images find themselves hovering between unconsiousness and depression; ultimately, cold, dark, and dead, like any planet or person....