Satire Art For Sale

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Browse 62 Satire artworks for sale. Contemporary artists: Jerry Di Falco, Wendy Lippincott, Tom Lund-lack, Lou Posner, Hampton Olfus , Chad A. Carino, Ross Hendrick, Voodoo Velvet, Dana Tomsa Oberhoffer, Festina Dileo Guzzo Amaturo, Patrick Hromas, Jonathan Benitez, Ivan Kosta, Michelle Waters, Dana Zivanovits, Jim Haldane, Dorothy Parkins, Timothy King, Pygoya Rodney Chang-phd, Chris Wyvill, Carol Griffith offering Satire artworks. Links to more artworks by these contemporary artists and 3 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 Satire 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: 'sofis butt', 2019 Other Printmaking, Satire. This combination of etching and painting is based on one of my very early oil painting from 1979, entitled SOFI.  This was executed in etching ink and finished with watercolors.  It shows a zoftig lady at the beach bending over the surf.  The work is mounted on another piece of ...
, 2019
Satire - Other Printmaking
16 x 20 inches (40.6 x 50.8 cm)
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Wendy Lippincott: 'On Nile', 2016 Oil Painting, Satire.  Egypt, pyramids, web surfing, Figures, puzzle...
, 2016
Satire - Painting
24 x 18 inches (61.0 x 45.7 cm)
Tom Lund-lack: 'Fantasies of Lady Luck', 2015 Mixed Media, Satire.   A gentle satirical prod at the fantasies, dreams or delusions of an inveterate gambler is the aim of this piece.  The photograph was taken before a resin coat was applied which will give it great optical depth but will make it an  impossible thing to photo. The work combines, oil...
Satire - Mixed Media
79 x 100 cm (31.1 x 39.4 inches)
Wendy Lippincott: 'Its the Journey, Not the Destination', 2011 Illustration, Satire.  Parody on the Game of Life, Journey, Time             ...
Satire - Illustration
50 x 80 inches (127.0 x 203.2 cm)
Lou Posner: 'The Beginnings of Psychology', 2005 Oil Painting, Satire. Clothes make the man, but what do they say?...
Satire - Painting
20 x 30 inches (50.8 x 76.2 cm)
Lou Posner: 'The Ties That Bind', 1981 Oil Painting, Satire. ELS stands for the Emerson Literary Society, a fraternity, founded by Ralph Waldo Emerson, at Hamilton College, Clinton, NY.  In the mid 1970' s the college administration decided to abolish and destroy ELS, along with all the other fraternities on campus. The artist was a member and officer of ELS ...
Satire - Painting
20 x 20 inches (50.8 x 50.8 cm)
Hampton  Olfus : 'voyage to a happy space', 2020 Acrylic Painting, Satire. I worked on this piece during the Covid- 19 global pandemic.  This is something most people on the planet longed too do, go on a trip or journey, but were restricted because of the Covid- 19 virus. ...
Satire - Painting
12 x 16 inches (30.5 x 40.6 cm)
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Chad A. Carino: 'Say No to Drugs', 2008 Watercolor, Satire.  It's a slippery slope. ...
Satire - Watercolor
18 x 24 inches (45.7 x 61.0 cm)
Ross Hendrick: 'Carving up the world', 2014 Mixed Media, Satire.    Ronald McDonald & Colonel Sanders carve up the world in a spoof of James Gilray's caricature of Napolean and William Pitt.  ...
Satire - Mixed Media
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Ross Hendrick: 'Spray Can vs Campbells Soup', 2014 Mixed Media, Satire.    Pop art parody, using the Campbell's soup tin and the graffiti can to represent the new movement of graffiti entering the pop art world.  ...
Satire - Mixed Media
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Voodoo Velvet: 'A little off the top', 2011 Acrylic Painting, Satire.     Acrylic painted on black velvet, velvet painting Come see the bizarre, the beautiful, the surreal!One of a kind original velvet paintings, created for your enjoyment.  For more information visit: www. voodoovelvet. com    ...
Satire - Painting
14 x 24 inches (35.6 x 61.0 cm)
Voodoo Velvet: 'I got your nose', 2011 Acrylic Painting, Satire.    Acrylic painted on black velvet, velvet painting. Come see the bizarre, the beautiful, the surreal!One of a kind original velvet paintings, created for your enjoyment.  For more information visit: www. voodoovelvet. com   ...
Satire - Painting
12 x 24 inches (30.5 x 61.0 cm)
Dana Tomsa Oberhoffer: 'The sheep and guard dogs are doing everthing to protect their status quo', 2010 Mixed Media, Satire.  mixed media / cardboard handmade cottonLe pecore e i cani da guardia fanno di tutto per proteggere il loro status quo.   ...
Satire - Mixed Media
52 x 75 cm (20.5 x 29.5 inches)
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Ross Hendrick: 'Feeding Time', 2010 Mixed Media, Satire.  Comic representation of the British' chav' underclass, and the teenage mother feeding her children with both her breast milk and McDonald' s. ...
Satire - Mixed Media
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Festina Dileo Guzzo Amaturo: 'Fine Wine', 2002 Digital Art, Satire.
, 2002
Satire - Digital Art
16 x 20 inches (40.6 x 50.8 cm)
Patrick Hromas: 'Three Modern Martyrs', 2008 Ink Painting, Satire.  This artwork is from the
Satire - Painting
33.4 x 49.6 inches (84.8 x 126.0 cm)
Jonathan Benitez: 'summer', 2008 Acrylic Painting, Satire.  this work is reflective of man's existence- under the mercy of nature. ...
, 2008
Satire - Painting
34 x 26 inches (86.4 x 66.0 cm)
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Ivan Kosta: 'Barrelly Standing', 1998 Mixed Media Sculpture, Satire.  Several colorful barrels stacked upon each other in a precarious position, ready to tumble down. . . ...
Satire - Sculpture
4 x 14 feet (1.22 x 4.27 m)
Ross Hendrick: 'Cigarettes and Alcopops', 2007 Illustration, Satire.  Satirical illustration about underage binge drinking in the UK. ...
Satire - Illustration
17 x 24.5 inches (43.2 x 62.2 cm)
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Michelle Waters: 'Forest Nativity', 2008 Acrylic Painting, Satire.
Satire - Painting
14 x 11 inches (35.6 x 27.9 cm)
Dana Zivanovits: 'LADY GRASSHOPPER', 2006 Watercolor, Satire.  Watercolor on Arches all cotton acid free paper- a signed and dated Zivanovits original ...
Satire - Watercolor
9 x 10 inches (22.9 x 25.4 cm)
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Jim Haldane: 'Police Van', 1969 Etching, Satire.  An old favourite from the sixties, an etching depicting a bus full of English
, 1969
Satire - Etching
500 x 400 inches (1270.0 x 1016.0 cm)
Dorothy Parkins: 'the power of wisdom', 2007 Other Photography, Satire.  webcam photo ...
Satire - Photograph
50 x 35 cm (19.7 x 13.8 inches)
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Timothy King: 'Dogmatic Rider 1', 2004 Pastel, Satire.
Satire - Pastel
20 x 14 inches (50.8 x 35.6 cm)
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Pygoya Rodney Chang-phd: 'Painting On Location', 2003 Giclee, Satire. Limited edition, signed and numbered, best quality archival giclee; print on canvas; image included in Pygoya' s artbook publicatin,
Satire - Giclee
24 x 20 inches (61.0 x 50.8 cm)
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Chris Wyvill: 'TV Head', 2002 Oil Painting, Satire.
, 2002
Satire - Painting
24 x 32 inches (61.0 x 81.3 cm)
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Carol Griffith: 'The Environmentalist', 1992 Watercolor, Satire. A narrative portrait of a high stakes player...
Satire - Watercolor
14 x 22 inches (35.6 x 55.9 cm)
Carol Griffith: 'The Politician', 1992 Watercolor, Satire. Portrait of a high stakes gambler...
Satire - Watercolor
21 x 14 inches (53.3 x 35.6 cm)
Carol Griffith: 'Breakfast of Champions', 2005 Watercolor, Satire. I watch the news too often. ...
Satire - Watercolor
30 x 22 inches (76.2 x 55.9 cm)
Aleix Gordo: 'Saigonobansan or Killbud', 2005 Collage, Satire.
Satire - Collage
185 x 115 cm (72.8 x 45.3 inches)
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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 ...

Wendy Lippincott - Complex allegories dominate the many themes that pervade Ms. Lippincott's paintings. She prefers incorporating science into her art, consistent with her background in electrical engineering, but often gets waylaid with mythological and historical visions. Her paintings are currently only available for licensing. She hopes to have prints available soon. ...

Tom Lund-Lack - I am an experienced artist whose work uses the power of imagination to find find the essence of the subject.A It is grounded in the need to celebrate life, and to portray the subject through the transforming power of colour and light. Arrangements of shape, line, pattern and colour are brilliant at conjuringA up powerful expressions, sometimes these can be dreamlike and at peace sometimes exciting and dramatic. My work does not always represent an actual moment, place or object in time, but they areA the result of a process of reflection, recollection and reinvention, a distillation of experience. Art is a very small word having the widest possible meaning appreciation is a subjective judgement and no artist or workA can please everyone.A My aim is to please at least some of you and I am very confident that this aspiration is achievable ...

Lou Posner - Dear Art Friends, Yes, we are living in trying times, and my heart goes out to all who are suffering or have suffered from the COVID-19 virus or the other effects of it the social isolation, the loss of paychecks and jobs, etc., etc. We all know the list. I know I am biased, but what better way is there to soften the harshness of quarantine than by bringing a new piece of art into your home Therefore, I am open to negotiating prices for any works of mine for sale here that are priced at about 1500 or lower. I know money is tight these days, but art can provide a relief, a permanent cultural enjoyment, a luxury instead of the normal dinners out and vacations, during these restrictive times. Please do not feel timid about suggesting your own price for the works mentioned above. As an artist, I too, am suffering economic hardship, so you would be helping ME as well as helping yourself. I do not accept charge cards or paypal, but a personal check or a cashiers check would be fine. I cannot offer extended time-payment plans for any of my work. I am ...

Hampton Olfus - ARTIST STATEMENT Over the past twelve years, IaEURtmve been working in acrylic paint, ink, pencil and mixed media. During this time period, I was inspired by an assortment of topics, while repeating one of my mainstay topics, music, and culture. Creating in the moment, allows the intuitive sensibilities too be part of the process. I bring an eclectic aesthetics with me into the studio, which I transfer into what I create. My true emotions, is what I aspire to transfer, visually to the viewer, through the media. Hampton R. Olfus, Jr. Artist ...

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....

Ross Hendrick - Ross Hendrick is an artist who specialises in pop surrealism, comics and urban / graffiti / street art. He mostly works with acrylic, markers, digitally, and spray paint. He has had comic strips published in famous UK comics Viz and The Beano, as well as animation showcased at festivals....

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. ...

Ivan Kosta - My mission? To give some resemblance of our lives, to touch our fears,concerns, evoke dreams and give hope in time of dispair... ...

Michelle Waters - My art fuses my love for animals, concern about the welfare of the planet and twisted sense of humor. I call my work "environmental surrealism". Influences include kitschy portrayals of animals from mass-marketed popular culture, the nightmarish imagery of Hieronymus Bosch, Beatrix Potter, Maurice Sendak, the writings of Edward Abbey, and my work as a wildlife rehabilitator. My "religious animals" paintings are a reaction to the ubiquitous fundamentalist religion in America as well as the idea propounded by most organized religions that animals have no souls. Some of my animal characters have founded their own religion, complete with nuns, popes and televangelists. My environmentally-themed paintings feature naughty animals having fun turning our superiority on its head by demolishing industrial objects. Grizzly bears with jackhammers "restoring" a freeway, a mountain lion with an acetylene torch decommissioning a bulldozer, arctic wildlife laying waste to a Hummer dealership and animals tearing down billboards for housing developments are some of the characters who populate my paintings. I also enjoy the disquieting effect of combining body parts from different species. As someone who works with small animals I often ponder the evolutionary process - why creatures look the way they do. Questions as what ...

Dana Zivanovits - Dana Zivanovits was born in 1958 in Columbus, Ohio and received his art training from the Columbus College of Art and Design (1978 to 1982). After art school, he went abroad for a year and studied the art of the old masters in London, Paris, Madrid, Rome and Venice. Returning to his studio in Columbus to develop these influences into a new body of work, he then traveled to Mexico and studied the sculpture and painting of that country for an extended period. The unique and vivid colors of Palenque and Vera Cruz intensified his palette. After a period in Ohio, he then moved to Venice Beach, California where the brilliant light of the region reinforced his desire to capture effects of sunlight and atmosphere. Returning to Ohio in 1995, he has continued to paint themes deriving inspiration form sources such as world mythology, classic and B-grade cinema, literature and dreams. However his primary inspiration is direct observation from nature, versus an approach based in art theories or cultural critique. Dana has been widely represented by galleries and exhibition projects including Julie Rico and Mega Boom in Los Angeles, the Venice Art Detour, Around the Coyote Festival in Chicago ...

Timothy King - ARTIST STATEMENT and BIOGRAPHY STATEMENT I find painting goes beyond the notion that painted reality is "nothing but " a precursor to a photographic realism. Painting is a phenomenological experiment. There is a synthesis between the visual and the kinesthetic that forms a powerful third range of human perception. Human space and form are not purely optical manifestations. The painting of mass and line can provoke a muscle sense, a physical ness between viewer and the painted relationships. Hans Hoffman called this "Push-Pull". Matisse referred to this as the convexity of pictorial space. In this "meta-vision" or "minds-eye" the painter is not freed from the experience of perspective and local color and the naturalistic geometry of the objects and scenes. Rather, the painter can be liberated by the experience and knowledge of the defining aspects of human reality. Vision encompasses the obvious factors of sight along with other less obvious paths to sensing reality. Human vision is based on a plasticity of structures that tell us more than what a photograph can convey. The visual system, governed by layers of logical relationships, goes much further than a photo interpretation of reality. Painters like Courbet and Cezanne understood ...

Pygoya Rodney Chang-Phd - Rodney Chang, better known as the Internet's Pygoya, Webist, was the first digital artist to exhibit in Honolulu, back in 1985. He has exhibited around the world, including Paris, New York City, Chicago, Las Vegas, the U.S.S.R., England, Vienna, Budapest, Frankfurt, Australia, Seoul, Japan, China and India. His 1988 solo show at Shangahi Art Museum was China's historic first computer art exhibition. He organized India's first ever international digital art exhibition (1999). In the 1980s and 1990s he promoted his concept of Pixelism, or the conversion of pixels into paint, by hand and on canvas, to mirror (as art history) the digital quality of crude early low resolution monitor imaging. He also co-founded Webism, the art movement to create and exhibit art online for the sake of the global cyber-culture and audience. In the 1980's Dr. Rodney Chang gained national notoriety as NBC's Real People Show's "Disco Doc" - filmed dancing in his Honolulu dental clinic's discotheque reception area, complete with staff DJ. He danced on syndicated TV (NBC "Real People Show") around the world. The artist is also recognized in Who's Who in America and Ripley's ...

Chris Wyvill - Chris Wyvill is from Owen Sound, Ontario, Canada. Chris is an Advanced Fine Arts graduate. He studied fine art at Georgian College in Barrie Ontario. Chris's artwork explores hallucinogenic spiritual imagery. Chris's medium of choice is oil paintings. Upon graduation from Georgian College, Chris entered work into the Tom Thompson Memorial Art Gallery's annual juried show "convergence" where he won the Caron Cooper award for his paintings "Meat Tree" and "Buck in a tree". Currently Chris is residing in Toronto Ontario. You can see a larger selection of artwork at www.chriswyvill.com...

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 ...