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Browse 711 Representational artworks for sale. Contemporary artists: Jim Haldane, Jonathan Benitez, Lynn Millar, Jill Vance, Debra Lennox, Scott Strong, Jake Vincent, Keith Driscoll, Michael Easter, Daniel Veintimilla, Peter Illig, Paul Vauchelet, Mary Helmreich, Gregory Edwards, Painter Artdiem, Dj Mattson, Dmitry Rakov, Eduardo Diaz, Erica Emerson, Laura Luz Cuevas, Carol Griffith offering Representational artworks. Links to more artworks by these contemporary artists and 25 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 Representational art simply click on the image to go to a more detailed page about this work of art.


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Jonathan Benitez: 'mother and daughter', 2001 Watercolor, Representational.  This work is reflective of islanders way of life, peaceful and harmonious living in symbiosis with one another....
Representational - Watercolor
56 x 76 cm (22.0 x 29.9 inches)
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Lynn Millar: 'Along Anteitam Road', 2004 Watercolor, Representational.  This is a scene I pass by on my way to work. I have done two other seasons. Original, one- of- a kind. ...
Representational - Watercolor
15 x 11 inches (38.1 x 27.9 cm)
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Lynn Millar: 'Last Lilies of the Summer', 2006 Watercolor, Representational.  This original is part of my
Representational - Watercolor
22 x 15 inches (55.9 x 38.1 cm)
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Jill Vance: 'Back To The Fire', 2006 Acrylic Painting, Representational.
Representational - Painting
8 x 8 inches (20.3 x 20.3 cm)
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Debra Lennox: 'Koi Pond', 2004 Watercolor, Representational.  The nature of water, reflections, and shapes of koi are historically contemplated in many mediums. Watercolor captures the essence of the interactions between these elements and enhances the colors with saturated pigments and exciting watermarks that evoke the mystery and beauty of this Hawaiian koi pond. ...
, 2004
Representational - Watercolor
22 x 34 inches (55.9 x 86.4 cm)
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Scott Strong: 'Village Hilltop', 2006 Oil Painting, Representational.  Original Artwork created w/ oil on stretched canvas, inspired by a photo of a quaint, little European, hilltop village. ...
Representational - Painting
3 x 2 feet (0.91 x 0.61 m)
Jake Vincent: 'Banded Violet Vase', 2006 Blown Glass, Representational.
Representational - Glass
3 x 8 inches (7.6 x 20.3 cm)
Keith Driscoll: 'Reach', 2006 Oil Painting, Representational. This is one of the paintings in Keith Driscoll' s
, 2006
Representational - Painting
30 x 70 inches (76.2 x 177.8 cm)
Keith Driscoll: 'Just Hanging', 2006 Oil Painting, Representational. This is one of the paintings in Keith Driscoll' s
Representational - Painting
42 x 72 inches (106.7 x 182.9 cm)
Keith Driscoll: 'X ', 2006 Oil Painting, Representational. This is one of the paintings in Keith Driscoll' s
, 2006
Representational - Painting
50 x 62 inches (127.0 x 157.5 cm)
Michael Easter: 'Search For Balance', 2006 Other Photography, Representational. digital photo...
Representational - Photograph
11 x 8 inches (27.9 x 20.3 cm)
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Michael Easter: 'Female Emerging', 2006 Other Photography, Representational. digital photo...
Representational - Photograph
8 x 11 inches (20.3 x 27.9 cm)
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Daniel Veintimilla: 'The most important ingredient', 1999 Black and White Photograph, Representational. Essence is what we are looking for. Our constant inner travel, beside the road of time, immortalized by the expression of this beutifull girl in the valley of Chota ...
Representational - Photograph
8 x 10 inches (20.3 x 25.4 cm)
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Daniel Veintimilla: 'The Universe of the Changed concepts staring at the Minarets', 2003 Black and White Photograph, Representational. The union. Tampa and Quito blended together by personal archetypes...
Representational - Photograph
8 x 10 inches (20.3 x 25.4 cm)
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Daniel Veintimilla: 'Mijo', 2004 Black and White Photograph, Representational. I' m away from home, the word Jim becomes
, 2004
Representational - Photograph
8 x 10 inches (20.3 x 25.4 cm)
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Peter Illig: 'Shadows of a Dream  7', 2004 Charcoal Drawing, Representational. Layered images form a dream- like situation. ...
Representational - Drawing
84 x 42 inches (213.4 x 106.7 cm)
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Paul Vauchelet: 'Greenman01', 2006 Acrylic Painting, Representational. A hauntingly forboding green face of a man stares out at you from foreboding eyes.  Can you find the message? ...
, 2006
Representational - Painting
20 x 16 inches (50.8 x 40.6 cm)
Paul Vauchelet: 'Redman01', 2006 Mixed Media, Representational. A red face of a man looking out of a jeweled eye with hidden messages. ...
, 2006
Representational - Mixed Media
30 x 30 inches (76.2 x 76.2 cm)
Mary Helmreich: 'Winter Walk Del Mar by Mary Helmreich', 2006 Watercolor, Representational. Ocean scene with families on a promenade alongside a lawn with palm trees. Jake' s restaurant and Del Mar community gazebo. Painted in watercolor on 100% Rag D' Arches paper, museum quality matted and framed. Green and Blue predominant.For my other originals and museum quality prints, check ...
Representational - Watercolor
30 x 24 inches (76.2 x 61.0 cm)
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Gregory Edwards: 'The Seventh Seal Savant', 2006 Mixed Media, Representational. In the light of Hotep. . . from mother picture series Star Crosses. Here are presented ambigious visuals prompting viewer interpretation. ...
Representational - Mixed Media
20 x 30 inches (50.8 x 76.2 cm)
Painter Artdiem: 'Eagle', 2006 Acrylic Painting, Representational.
, 2006
Representational - Painting
24 x 18 inches (61.0 x 45.7 cm)
Dj Mattson: 'Pristine s Decent', 2005 Pencil Drawing, Representational. Pristine' s DecentBy: DJ MattsonWhat happens insidethe mind through timewhen using drugs. ...
Representational - Drawing
8 x 11 inches (20.3 x 27.9 cm)
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Dmitry Rakov: 'Antrax', 1999 Pen Drawing, Representational. AntraxGraphic: Indian ink + pencilPaper: stamping
, 1999
Representational - Drawing
20 x 14 inches (50.8 x 35.6 cm)
Eduardo Diaz: 'art', 2006 Watercolor, Representational. oil mixable water co0lor on paper...
, 2006
Representational - Watercolor
24 x 18 inches (61.0 x 45.7 cm)
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Erica Emerson: 'Georgia1', 2004 Acrylic Painting, Representational. Georgia' s portrait in a representation of her flowers...
, 2004
Representational - Painting
8 x 10 inches (20.3 x 25.4 cm)
Laura Luz Cuevas: 'Death', 2005 Oil Painting, Representational. Multiple canvas panels 5
, 2005
Representational - Painting
11 x 14 inches (27.9 x 35.6 cm)
Laura Luz Cuevas: 'Nafeezah', 2005 Oil Painting, Representational.
, 2005
Representational - Painting
5 x 7 inches (12.7 x 17.8 cm)
Laura Luz Cuevas: 'Many Faces of Eve ', 2005 Pastel, Representational.
Representational - Pastel
18 x 8 inches (45.7 x 20.3 cm)
Carol Griffith: 'Museum Piece', 1990 Oil Painting, Representational. Painted on two joined canvases, this painting tries to capture my essential memories of classic old natural history museums I have visited. ...
Representational - Painting
73 x 71 inches (185.4 x 180.3 cm)
Sue Jacobsen: 'Rodent Free Garden', 2000 Bronze Sculpture, Representational. This life- sized Red Fox is pouncing on prey she hears below. So life- like sheis occasionally visited by a live neighborhood fox, seemingly to see if she has come to earth as yet! ...
Representational - Sculpture
27 x 33 inches (68.6 x 83.8 cm)
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    Jonathan Benitez - my art is a storytelling in visual form.my images are my attempt to extricate memories from my past experiences as a child.i live in a coastal community where the daily toils of the fisher folks are my sources of inspirations. beauty sometimes do not reconcile with certain aesthetics. but i found it in exploring realities,there is beauty in depicting the human conditions,the other side of happiness,the negative feelings as effected by pain and sufferings but unspoken.the best art in the world is not about happiness but its about depicting what happen to humanity. ...

    Lynn Millar - Resume: Lynn Millar Has been painting professionally in watercolor for 30 years. Lynn has had paintings juried into many shows as far west as Kansas and as far east as New York City. Lynn's work has been included in The Annual Pennsylvania Water Color Show, Philadelphia Watercolor Society and The Baltimore Watercolor Society as well as many other local and national competitions. She is currently showing in the Ambre' Studio gallery in Bethlehem, PA. Lynn Millar is a juried member artist in the Berks Arts Council's Gallery 20 and exhibits there regularly and is a signature member of Baltimore Watercolor Society....

    Debra Lennox - My latest work explores the vibrant use of pure colors & composition to express an intangible, surreal quality of a place. Light, color and form combine to push the figurative subject into the realm of dreams, capturing a moment in between the frenzied pace of modern life, when time slows and we become open to other, magical and spiritual influences on our lives. I am a painter in many mediums * watercolor, acrylic, & oils, and collage. I live in Comptche, California, and travel often for inspiration. I use my architectural degree as a designer and draftsman on the Mendocino Coast. I am a member at the Artists' Co-op of Mendocino, where I sell original works, laser prints and art cards. My work can be viewed at dblennox.com or artgallerymendocino.com...

    Jake Vincent - Jacob Vincent maintains a private glassblowing studio in Boston and is a glassblowing instructor at the Worcester Center for Crafts in Worcester, Massachusetts. He exhibits his work in galleries and museums nationwide. For more information and to view more of Jake's work -- www.JakeVincent.com...

    Keith Driscoll - Keith Driscoll is a full-time professional artist. His work has been bought buy hundreds of collectors spanning not only the United States, but also Europe, Asia, and Australia. Keith holds degrees from The College of William and Mary and Columbia University. He studied art intermittently at the Art Students League in New York and has done workshops and classes with prominent artists such as David Leffel and Nelson Shanks. His primary artistic training, however, came under the tutelage of his father Martin Driscoll a noteworthy fine artist in his own right. View Martin's exceptional work at www.martindriscoll.com. Keith began his professional artistic career as a muralist. His mural work has been displayed at institutions such as the Smithsonian Museum and Texas Rangers Baseball Stadium. Over time Keith became less interested in large scale work and more interested in the finesse and brushwork that can only be applied in smaller works. His current focus is on classic portraits, still life, landscape paintings, and adding to his "Jeans" series. This work draws upon his finely honed skills as a draftsman as well as classical painting ideas and techniques. His subject matter and composition, however, are thoroughly modern, dynamic, ...

    Michael Easter - Welcome, to my Artist Portfolio. Please take a few moments to look through the body of my artwork. In doing so I hope that you will see and appreciate the element's and emotion's of within as they transform into my creations'. My artwork is inspired mainly by the local colour that surrounds me in my travels. I believe that covening in on the human condition's, meaningful pauses, struggle's of relationship, and fragmentation's of memories, I am able to augment the formative aptitude that allows me to give each of my pieces their individual vulnerablity, and strength....

    Peter Illig - I look for images that are metaphors for our life experiences: love, desire, and making art. These paintings and drawings contain narrative content and ask questions about social issues and the swirl of images we are surrounded by. Once, the task of the artist was to portray and interpret the 'real world.' Now it is to determine if there even is a reality behind the appearance of things. It appears, more and more, that reality is created by observation. This search through the 'stuff' of the world, matter and flesh, is inherently erotic. So is the act of painting. The material world pulls at us and it seems we are always troubled with desire for it. It is our essence; we seek the spiritual through it. The visible world is the key, the path, to the invisible world. But it is 'desire' that clouds the seeking. I don't renounce matter but immerse myself to find the spiritual behind it. The edges of things and places interest me, the transition areas. I have been thinking about the 'inter-connectedness' of things, the Uncertainty Principle, the fact that there may be no'deep reality' underneath the appearances of objects, that traces ...

    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 ...

    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

    Eduardo Diaz - Statement My name is Eduardo DIaz and Iim a Mexican artist residing in the Bay Area since 2001. In my work I express different elements of Mexican culture, while emphasizing its Native American heritage. I incorporate native themes and images, both extant and prehispanic, into my works and combine them with personal feelings, experiences or fears. Although cultural elements are the essence of my art, through them I also like to express political and social opinions. As a Mexican, I feel in touch with the problems at the Mexican-American border, as well as with the issues facing Mexican immigrants. I also like to express the tension between the indigenous and the industrialized worlds, and to analyze the different elements that make up Mexican identity, especially when confronted with life in a different country. My favorite medium is oil painting. I use vivid and deep colors, with which I reflect the light of the Mexican sun. Some of my compositions are figurative, and oscillate between realistic scenes and more elaborated images, with affinity to surrealism. My most recent productions are less figurative and combine the same vivid colors into expressive abstract constructions. Biography My name is Eduardo D...

    Erica Emerson - I remember gazing over my uncle Melvie's shoulder as he doodled the most wonderful characters on the dinner napkin at the local L & K diner. I had to be five or six. I knew at that moment that Art was to be my passion. I spent my childhood summers painting what my eyes interpreted. Laying on the front stoop, surrounded in millions of colored wax, just trying to get that next door neighbor's roof just right. Sitting in church, with the members around me coming out of the sermon with a sense of peace, mine was different, I had a masterpiece in hand. I was amazed how I could see my own little picture in every corner of life. When I was in Junior High school, I remember going to see my Art teacher and asking her how to start thinking of scholarship for Art school. She looked at me and with wide eyes, " Well, I've never had a student so young be so interested in Art school!" -But then again, I wasn't just any Art student. In High School, freshman thru senior Art years were fantastic. I was taught by another inspirational teacher. She had...

    Laura Luz Cuevas - There are mysteries, certain emotions and powers in my work, which even I don't fully understand, nor do I try to explain them. I accept them in the same manner one would accept the concept of God, completely, blindly and with faith. The more I search the deeper the forces take hold. It is always out of reach not entirely attainable always impenetrable. Mysteries have to be respected if they are to retain their strength. It is a language filled with allegories, which can be compared with intuitive speech, sub-conscious levels of memory, and one that reveals the contents of the collective rather than of personal unconscious. My work comes from three main sources: the first having to do with the diversity and Diaspora of the Caribbean woman; the Marianismo, which defines the Hispanic woman's traditional social role just as machismo ordains how Latino men should behave; the second source centers around the archetypal images and phases of women and finally the mystical traditions of Kabbalah and of spiritual growth. For me, art is a way of processing information and then sharing my perspective. I find that my best work comes about whenever I surrender to the ...

    Carol Griffith - My oil paintings are meditations triggered by places or situations in my memory, arrived at through a sort of daydreaming state of mind. I attempt to evoke that mood in the handling of the formal elements of the painting, especially the color and the perspectival point of view. I wish to create both a believable place and the sense of something more significant behind it. The viewer, in contact with the painting and their own memories, may then project into the space and experience the significance that I sensed. This approach has led me to an interest in souvenirs. I see them as an attempt to capture a special place or experience in concrete or symbolic form. By doing paintings of my own remembered places and experiences, I have been following a parallel path. I like the comparison with one purpose of art. I use borders in some of the paintings to function simultaneously as framing devices and as an arena in which to create a dialogue with the internal painting. The borders also extend the meaning of the internal subject. Memories often consist of simultaneous kaleidoscopic vignettes that, in combination, embody the whole, original experience. Each vignette is also ...