Religious Art For Sale

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Browse 406 Religious artworks for sale. Contemporary artists: Csiokmai Stefan, Bryan Patterson, Tamara Albaitis, David Charlwood, Janet Allinger, Pamela Henry, Gerald Porter, Nancy B Jackson, Marina Toshich, Derek Murphy, David Works, Janet Garcia, Marin Marino, Gregory Stringfield, Richard Wynne, Gustavo Moller, Eleanor Hartwell, Neil Loewen, John Clark, Raquel Soaz, Rick Ratliff, Tania Krosse offering Religious artworks. Links to more artworks by these contemporary artists and 14 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 Religious art simply click on the image to go to a more detailed page about this work of art.


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Bryan Patterson: 'HH 17th Karmapa', 2005 Pencil Drawing, Religious. His Holiness the 17th Karmapa. ...
Religious - Drawing
8 x 11 inches (20.3 x 27.9 cm)
Tamara Albaitis: 'Morning Glory', 2004 Indoor Installation, Religious. This picture and the next are documentation of an indoor sound installation that consists of: 20lbs. of ground coffee, 6 ten- foot Chinese paper scrolls, hot water and stereo speakers eminating the sound of a coffee maker percolating. ...
Religious - Installation
9 x 10 feet (2.74 x 3.05 m)
David Charlwood: 'Losing Faith', 2004 Pen Drawing, Religious. A man with no trousers about to throw his Guardian Angel into a Turbulent sea....
Religious - Drawing
20 x 29 cm (7.9 x 11.4 inches)
Janet Allinger: 'The Flying Nun', 2004 Acrylic Painting, Religious. Original Acrylic on canvas. Part of the
Religious - Painting
20 x 24 inches (50.8 x 61.0 cm)
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Pamela Henry: 'Descension', 2000 Black and White Photograph, Religious. Infrared black and white art photograph. Signed, archival photo lustre giclee print....
, 2000
Religious - Photograph
20 x 13 inches (50.8 x 33.0 cm)
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Gerald Porter: 'The Betrayal', 2002 Acrylic Painting, Religious.
Religious - Painting
20 x 24 inches (50.8 x 61.0 cm)
Nancy B Jackson: 'Venerable Anthony of Egypt', 2001 Tempera Painting, Religious. AVAILABLE NOW - Egg tempera on solid core plywood panel with 23 Karat gold. ...
Religious - Painting
7 x 8 inches (17.8 x 20.3 cm)
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Nancy B Jackson: 'Prophet Elijah Fed by Birds', 2001 Tempera Painting, Religious. AVAILABLE NOWEgg tempera on carved wood panel. The dwelling place of Elijah was Mount Carmel, a high uninhabited mountain. The wilderness received the hermit but it was the soul that constituted all for this righteous man and the provision for his life' s journey was hope in God. Yet ...
Religious - Painting
12 x 15 inches (30.5 x 38.1 cm)
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Marina Toshich: 'Mesiah in Tel Aviv', 2004 Acrylic Painting, Religious.
Religious - Painting
34 x 45 cm (13.4 x 17.7 inches)
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Derek Murphy: 'Handwich', 2003 Oil Painting, Religious. Young American male devours himself, an ascetic eastern image seems to admonish....
, 2003
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21 x 26 inches (53.3 x 66.0 cm)
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Derek Murphy: 'Communion', 2002 Oil Painting, Religious. A sexual polarity symbol, a humanists rendering of yin- yang in a matrix which boasts young bodies and ancient hands....
, 2002
Religious - Painting
20 x 16 inches (50.8 x 40.6 cm)
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David Works: 'Leos Angel', 2003 Other Printmaking, Religious. Derived from an original oil painting - - a study of Leonardo' s work.  Digitally modified and printed with archival pigment inks on 13x19 inch watercolor paper.  ...
, 2003
Religious - Other Printmaking
12 x 16 inches (30.5 x 40.6 cm)
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Janet Garcia: 'The Face of Cristo Rey', 2003 Mixed Media, Religious. The Face of Cristo Rey is a close up from the painting Cristo Rey.Although through His face, you can see how much Jesus suffered for us; at the same time, His face reflects Peace and Love, and Compassion. I wanted all who sees it to feel Loved and Forgiven....
Religious - Mixed Media
13 x 19 inches (33.0 x 48.3 cm)
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Janet Garcia: 'Cristo Rey', 2003 Mixed Media, Religious. For me, the artist, this painting shows the moment when Jesus was just taken down from the cross. He is not wearing a crown of thorns meaning that it is over, that it is finished, that Jesus Mission was accomplished. Seeing Him against the cross shows us that we can ...
, 2003
Religious - Mixed Media
13 x 19 inches (33.0 x 48.3 cm)
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Marin Marino: 'Coptic cross', 2003 Jewelry, Religious. pendant - 25gr. sterling silver, 1. 2gr. 24kt gold repousse, four garnets, ! 6 silver chain...
Religious - Jewelry
1 x 2 inches (2.5 x 5.1 cm)
Gregory Stringfield: 'Church', 2002 Color Photograph, Religious.
, 2002
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Gregory Stringfield: 'Procession', 2002 Color Photograph, Religious.
, 2002
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Richard Wynne: 'Monk', 2002 Other Painting, Religious. I honor and respect people who live their religion. This wise old Buddhist Monk is of those people. Lacquer, garment dye, acyrlis, and oil are used on plastic/ glass. ...
, 2002
Religious - Painting
31 x 31 cm (12.2 x 12.2 inches)
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Gustavo Moller: 'apocalipsis', 1999 Other Printmaking, Religious. apocalipsis cap.  6  ver. 1,2,3,4 ESTA PITURA fue finalista en grafica premio firenze XVII  1999...
Religious - Other Printmaking
47 x 39 inches (119.4 x 99.1 cm)
Eleanor Hartwell: 'HeavensGate', 2002 Watercolor, Religious. Third of the series, Nomads, Indians, Saints. . . ie. . . Walking Shoes, Feathered Arms, Heaven' s Gate. ...
Religious - Watercolor
12 x 16 inches (30.5 x 40.6 cm)
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Neil Loewen: 'Welcome Back Home', 2001 Acrylic Painting, Religious. Baruch haba b' shem Adonai! Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord! Mathew 23: 39...
Religious - Painting
24 x 18 inches (61.0 x 45.7 cm)
John Clark: 'Detail Millennium Window', 1999 Stained Glass, Religious. A detail from the Millennium Window allowing a closer inspection of the working of the glass. The sections of glass are extensively and repeatedly etched and then painted to create this complex and interesting image. ...
Religious - Glass
18 x 8 feet (5.49 x 2.44 m)
John Clark: 'Detail Millennium Window', 1999 Stained Glass, Religious. A detail from the Millennium Window allowing a closer inspection of the working of the glass. The sections of glass are extensively and repeatedly etched and then painted to create this complex and interesting image. ...
Religious - Glass
18 x 8 feet (5.49 x 2.44 m)
John Clark: 'Millenium Window Drawing', 1999 Pencil Drawing, Religious. A detail of the half scale drawing from the Millenium Window for Glasgow Cathedral. ...
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John Clark: 'Millenium Window Drawing', 1991 Pencil Drawing, Religious. A detail of the half scale drawing from the Millenium Window for Glasgow Cathedral. ...
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Raquel Soaz: 'untitled', 2002 Handbuilt Ceramics, Religious.
, 2002
Religious - Ceramics
10 x 17 inches (25.4 x 43.2 cm)
Rick Ratliff: 'liz bored', 2001 Black and White Photograph, Religious. this is my favorite picture of liz  a lucky accident. a fair representation of a modern magdalina in all of her glories at one instant. . . same as above available in all sizes up to 11x14...
, 2001
Religious - Photograph
8 x 10 inches (20.3 x 25.4 cm)
Tania Krosse: 'Our Saviour  Enthroned', 2001 , Religious.
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40 x 50 cm (15.7 x 19.7 inches)
Tania Krosse: 'Our Lady Eleusa', 2001 , Religious. Pinewood boards, head- on splines...
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40 x 50 cm (15.7 x 19.7 inches)
Tania Krosse: 'The three  Holy man', 2001 , Religious. Ortodox...
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40 x 50 cm (15.7 x 19.7 inches)
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    Bryan Patterson - Bryan Patterson is a Vermont artist and designer. Bryan is directly descended from Johannes Lapp, a founder of the Amish community in America. Among his relatives is Henry Lapp of the late 1800's. Henry was an amazing deaf mute carpenter/craftsman and has his work displayed in The Philadelphia Museum of Art. Bryan says, i?1/2I've always had a love of wood and began creating with it before learning of my Lapp ancestors.i?1/2 Bryan started woodworking professionally in 1977 and has had his work featured in several publications over the years. Concretions have added the newest development to Bryani?1/2s work. He and his family harvest these treasures while swimming in the gorgeous rivers of Vermont. The real enjoyment comes from their display of as many wonderful pictures they make in the mind's eye like those you see in the clouds. Mythology of the Abenaki Indian says that "Wana-games-ak, reckless creatures or those who have lost their minds, are little people of another genus, who inhabit rivers. They have narrow faces'like the blade of a hatchet', so only the profile has an outline. Their noses are high and aquiline,'so large as to be all ...

    Tamara Albaitis - Artist Statement I create objects, sounds and installations that are derived from observations in daily life. I'm particularly interested in daily rituals, routines, and everyday objects, with emphasis on temporal progression. Naturally, these things lead to unpredictability, fluctuation, and the inevitability of change which drives my work intuitively. I'm sensitive to details and intrigued by the contradictions they embrace. All this makes it permissible for me to be nurturing, ironic, and hypocritical, bringing me closer to obscuring our perceived boundaries between art and life. In this current body of work, I'm investigating Acousmatics - this is when we rupture the representational characteristics of sound and delve deeper into the sensations and personal meanings of sounds. I'm particularly interested in our relationships with common natural sounds, and how they are re-produced through unnatural technology. Using raw speakers and audio wire as sculptural objects, I intend to provide a space where we can appreciate natural and implied systems that make up our world, posing questions as to how far technology can actually benefit and enrich our daily lives. The spaces where these experiments exist are taken into consideration; they play a key part in the sculptural and conditional ...

    Janet Allinger - Curriculum Vitae: Janet Allinger was born in 1964 in Detroit MI and lives and works in Santa Cruz, CA. An artist from day one, she perfected her skills over the years in design by working along side top designers in the graphic design trade and constantly experimenting with her artistic abilities. Her medium of choice, is acrylics. Allinger has shown her works at many businesses and shows including the 2002-05 Open Studio exhibits held in Santa Cruz, CA, and the first Santa Cruz Digital Art Festival. She had displayed at the SFMOMA artist gallery at the Fort Mason center and has been published in newspapers and art used for promotional pieces other than her own. Mrs. Allinger has been chosen for Chicago's Woman Made Gallery "Her mark" date book, the Kellogg University art gallery, Carmel CA Winfield gallery, Siggraph animation conference in San Diego, CA, Biddle gallery in Wyandotte MI, Thacher gallery in San Francisco, Red Ink studios in San Jose, La Bussola in Reno NV, POD & Stage gallery in New York plus several online U.S. and U.K. galleries. In 2005, she was a recipient of Santa Cruzi?1/2s prestigious Gail Rich Award. To see more ...

    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. ...

    Gerald Porter - We can never really know the world. It has too many faces and is inexhaustible even if behind the facade it is really very small. We can only behold it and allow ourselves to fully drink in what unfolds before us. We can never fully see the world, instead we must be content with sensing its inchoate shapes and colors beyond what our physical senses can reveal. Painting like all art is suggestion. The unknown and mysterious world is revealed by art which points towards what the viewer may notice. Even though people for the most part don't know it, they are staring into a void - a void that is everything and nothing, a pregnant emptiness. If you stare at a blank wall long enough you will begin to see things emerge like messages from a magic eight-ball. If you stare long enough mere images evolve into whole realities. As an artist, as a painter, I suggest what you as an observer might notice as you unwittingly create your reality. I can help shape that reality to be more engaging and exciting. But since you as the observer are creating your own experience, I am ultimately serving ...

    Nancy B Jackson - From the beginning, it has been my intent to look at humanity on a spiritual level, focusing my attention on the Sacred in the Ordinary. Images of movement, change and transformation and a sense of being guarded, protected and nurtured in the transformative process are important to my vision. My understanding of being "guarded, protected and nurtured" does not lead to happiness, comfort and security. Instead, it acknowledges suffering as native to human existence. These visions are pursued within the mid-20th Century understanding of the shallow picture plane, which is particularly well suited to shapes and methods that are natural to iconography & tapestry....

    Marina Toshich - Marina Toshich Born in Sarajevo, lives in Tel Aviv -Isreal. Graduated from "Jan Mateiko" Academy of Fine Arts in Cracow, Poland. Has her artworks at numerous private collections, as well as in Haifa Museum of Modern Arts, Israeli Museum in Jerusalemand the collection of Faber-Castell in Germany. ...

    Derek Murphy - My work plays with absurd images, seeking a levity that is beyond explanation. The less meaning a piece has for me, the happier I am with it. I think words are a beautiful artform quite separate from the field of painting, and I don't like to mix mediums. Painting focuses and elevates my appreciation for life. My style is erratic and yet comprehensive. Each piece is completely unique in the world in that it captures an idea, and not just a picture. I find that what people believe in limits their understanding and appreciation for the mystery that is beyond our capabilities to imagine. What we can label and rationalise and comprehend are far lesser shadows than what we can sense if we are open to any possibility. Sometimes I just like to shock people into being aware of what makes them angry, what their boundaries are. ...

    David Works - Our perception of the world is inherently creative. We are continuously assembling the world we experience by giving attention to events and appearances that have meaning. Out of the ever changing and infinite perceptual field, only a small subset of potential perceptions surfaces in our stream of consciousness. Doing art is my way of exploring this perceptual process, discovering new things, images and meaning. I am interested in the immensely complex and rich "perceptual field" from which we "abstract" meaningful shapes and events. The process is subtle, with order emerging out of chaos, with feedback loops involving the interaction between what is seen and what is "looked for", and a hierarchy of physical structures and culturally learned "realities". These works are more like discoveries where intention and chance interact in unexplainable ways (to me) -- a dialogue that teases order out of chaos. A number of my works involve the integration of traditional techniques with digital processes. For example, I paint over digital prints and then bring them back into the computer for additional work and final printing. Conceptually, I see much of my work in terms of traditional printmaking, but I'm working with a "digital plate" rather than traditional ...

    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:

    Marin Marino - " .... Ancient metal art works have always fascinated me. In my work as a restorer for the National Institute for Cultural Heritage, Sofia I have held many priceless samples of goldsmith mastery in need of repair including works from the " Gold of the Thracian Horsemen" exhibition shown in Palais de la Civilisation, Montreal '87. Working on these pieces has helped me to research various techniques and use them in the process of restoration and as a source of inspiration in the creation and production of my works...." ...

    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 ...

    Gustavo Moller - What i do is originals prints "Colografia" and apply multiple colors on the same time, i use spanish, italian and french paper, hollands tint and modern materials. i also make print on canvas, my technique is original. my new artwork are petroglifos of coahuila, and 2011 my digital art in micro-universos ....

    Eleanor Hartwell - I am a self taught artist. I like to explore in all types of media, and try out a variety of style and type of work. I have a lot of fun doing what I do. I have done a series of drawings for a book on Harehunting, which will be published in the spring of 2002. "One Day at a Time" In October of 2002, New Hampshire Public Radio will be offering a "gift" of a mug to thier fall fund drive donaters, featuring my painting done specially for this project. ...

    Neil Loewen - Form, movement and colour fascinate me. I view life holistically, take pleasure in variegated meaning and context as means to transcend realistic representation into the world of spirit, ideas and values. I hope to engage the viewer long enough to look beyond the surface of my last layer of paint, into a realm of contemplation where together we can interface with the voice of creative consciousness. ...

    John Clark - I am a commissioned artist. I use the old name of Glasspainter for what I mostly do which is making stained glass windows for specific locations. I use this ancient medium holding mainly to the traditional techniques and seeing what I can create using them. I like work that endures. I work to a given brief or develop a brief with my clients to find a solution to a given design situation. Some of the projects I have undertaken have been on very difficult themes such as the Lockerbie Memorial and The Falklands War Memorial but many other works also, religious and non- religious. My clients are many and various from private individuals to companies. I work mainly in Europe but have recently begun widening my horizons. Work can be undertaken world-wide. I have constructed a huge web site under the domain name www.glasspainter.com and I hope that you will come and visit me there also. ...

    Raquel Soaz - My work is hand-built by slab and pinch construction using low-fire clay. In my most recent work, I give much attention to colors to complete my work using either glazes, underglazes, cold finishes (acrylics), inks, color pencils, and/or any other I need for communicating my intended vision. Most of my pieces are figurative/objects. Printed and shaped with my childhood country's colors, rhythms and warmth. ...