Seasons Art For Sale

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Browse 32 Seasons artworks for sale. Contemporary artists: William Christopherson, Ruth Zachary, Dave Martsolf, Nancy Bechtol, Moesey Li, Randy Sprout, Terry Zarate, Cathy Horner, Katalin Luczay, Dana Zivanovits, Maria Teresa Fernandes, Edward Lighthouse, John Hopper, Evelyne Ketterlin, Temo Svirely, Evelyn Espinoza, Jim Wright, Nataliia Bahatska, Doorov Suiorkul offering Seasons artworks. Links to more artworks by these contemporary artists and 2 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 Seasons art simply click on the image to go to a more detailed page about this work of art.


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William Christopherson: 'White Out', 2018 Giclee - Open Edition, Seasons. Giclee print of oil on canvas original. Artist depiction of chaos of driving in a classic lake- effect blizzard in upstate New York, or elsewhere. Printed on Hahnemuhle brand 140lb. archival paper. Mounted on foam core backing in clear 16x 20sleeve. Image 16x 12 . Signed, numbered sequentially, with dated certificate ...
, 2018
Seasons - Giclee - Open Edition
20 x 16 inches (50.8 x 40.6 cm)
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Ruth Zachary: 'Glorias View', 2012 Color Photograph, Seasons. Winter snow and sky scene, just across from my dear friend Gloria' s house in rural Limerick, Maine.  Larger size available ( 11 x 14, $98) . ...
Seasons - Photograph
8 x 10 inches (20.3 x 25.4 cm)
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Dave Martsolf: 'Crown Trail Blazing', 2009 Giclee, Seasons.  Photomanipulation printed on canvas and stretched on strips with white edge ready for framing.  Photography shot in Pillsbury State Park, Lempster, New Hampshire in October 2008. ...
Seasons - Giclee
34 x 40 inches (86.4 x 101.6 cm)
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Nancy Bechtol: 'orange water', 2006 Other Photography, Seasons.  Halloween water in the Plaza Chicago ...
Seasons - Photograph
17 x 11 inches (43.2 x 27.9 cm)
Nancy Bechtol: 'all hallows eve', 2006 Other Photography, Seasons.
Seasons - Photograph
8 x 10 inches (20.3 x 25.4 cm)
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Moesey Li: 'Rainy spring', 1982 Oil Painting, Seasons. realism, landscape, spring, rain, trees, houses, Volgograd...
Seasons - Painting
59 x 69 cm (23.2 x 27.2 inches)
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Moesey Li: 'Autumn', 1982 Oil Painting, Seasons. Autumn. A postwomanrealism, landscape, autumn, postwoman, house, poplar...
, 1982
Seasons - Painting
70 x 90 cm (27.6 x 35.4 inches)
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Moesey Li: 'Bad weather', 1998 Oil Painting, Seasons. realism, landscape, bad weather, poplar, house, people...
Seasons - Painting
60 x 80 cm (23.6 x 31.5 inches)
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Moesey Li: 'Spring evening', 1986 Oil Painting, Seasons. realism, landscape, spring, evening, trees, houses...
Seasons - Painting
110 x 75 cm (43.3 x 29.5 inches)
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Moesey Li: 'Autumn time', 1985 Oil Painting, Seasons. realism, landscape, autumn, trees, houses, people, birds...
Seasons - Painting
100 x 140 cm (39.4 x 55.1 inches)
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Moesey Li: 'A day in May', 1980 Oil Painting, Seasons. realism, landscape, spring, trees, people, May, day...
Seasons - Painting
85 x 62 cm (33.5 x 24.4 inches)
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Randy Sprout: 'Red Rcok Snow Squall', 2015 Acrylic Painting, Seasons.  9x12 Pen & Ink with Acrylics Sketch on # 14o Strathmore: Caught in the snow squall outside of Red Rock Arizona, I painted this one in the car.  ...
Seasons - Painting
12 x 9 inches (30.5 x 22.9 cm)
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Randy Sprout: 'Turkey Creek', 2015 Pastel Drawing, Seasons.  12X10 Pastel Pencils on # 140 Hot Pressed Arches: This painting was inspired by my friend Warren Thompson and his wonderful photo of this fabulous Natural Preserve. ...
Seasons - Drawing
10 x 12 inches (25.4 x 30.5 cm)
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Terry Zarate: 'Fall Morning', 2008 Oil Painting, Seasons.
Seasons - Painting
36 x 24 inches (91.4 x 61.0 cm)
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Terry Zarate: 'Early Autumn', 2008 Oil Painting, Seasons.
Seasons - Painting
24 x 18 inches (61.0 x 45.7 cm)
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Cathy Horner: 'TobboganTobogganToboggan', 2008 Collage, Seasons.  Collage art using vintage papers and handmade papers.  ...
Seasons - Collage
8 x 10 inches (20.3 x 25.4 cm)
Katalin Luczay: 'Brook', 2008 Oil Painting, Seasons.  Fall, Brook, Colors of red and yellowThe scene is in my backyard 20. 0 ...
, 2008
Seasons - Painting
20 x 16 inches (50.8 x 40.6 cm)
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Dana Zivanovits: 'JULY SUN', 2006 Watercolor, Seasons.   Done on site in watercolor on Windsor and Newton all rag acid free watercolor paper- a signed and dated Zivanovits original ...
, 2006
Seasons - Watercolor
12 x 9 inches (30.5 x 22.9 cm)
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Maria Teresa Fernandes: 'brown leaves', 1980 Watercolor, Seasons. autumn colours invade the forest...
Seasons - Watercolor
10 x 5 inches (25.4 x 12.7 cm)
Edward  Lighthouse: 'winter', 2013 Oil Painting, Seasons.
, 2013
Seasons - Painting
80 x 70 cm (31.5 x 27.6 inches)
Edward  Lighthouse: 'autumn', 2013 Oil Painting, Seasons.
, 2013
Seasons - Painting
60 x 40 cm (23.6 x 15.7 inches)
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Edward  Lighthouse: 'spring', 2014 Oil Painting, Seasons.
, 2014
Seasons - Painting
50 x 100 cm (19.7 x 39.4 inches)
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John Hopper: 'window to winter', 2018 Watercolor, Seasons. From the foliage of Fall to the frosty panes of Winter on the winds of your imagination. ...
Seasons - Watercolor
22 x 17 inches (55.9 x 43.2 cm)
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Evelyne Ketterlin: 'Summerdays', 2015 Pastel, Seasons.    Pastelpicture Summerdays. On paper.    ...
, 2015
Seasons - Pastel
35 x 48 cm (13.8 x 18.9 inches)
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Temo Svirely: 'winter', 2013 Oil Painting, Seasons.
, 2013
Seasons - Painting
70 x 50 cm (27.6 x 19.7 inches)
Evelyn Espinoza: 'the four seasons of japan', 2017 Digital Photograph, Seasons. I have been wanting to do something with my many photos of girls in kimono, maiko and geisha. I have collected so many stunning color palettes of the Autumn leaves from Japan, Sakura blossoms in the Spring, pine needle trees cultivated into shapes for Summer. Lily ponds and bamboo forests. ...
Seasons - Photograph
37 x 24 inches (94.0 x 61.0 cm)
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Jim Wright: 'Midway Plaisance', 1985 Black and White Photograph, Seasons.  snow on midway, chicago      ...
Seasons - Photograph
14 x 11 inches (35.6 x 27.9 cm)
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Nataliia Bahatska: 'the tree ravens', 2017 Oil Painting, Seasons. Walking in the winter forest on the crisp snow beneath my feet, breathing the frosty air, I suddenly saw this story with the crows, which I then transferred to the canvas. Original painting, Oil, Figurative Art, Impressionism, Minimalism, Cotton, Canvas, Seasons, Tree, Landscape, Birds, snow, winter, ravens, field, birds, road, ...
Seasons - Painting
90 x 100 cm (35.4 x 39.4 inches)
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Doorov Suiorkul: 'Autumn', 2009 Oil Painting, Seasons.
, 2009
Seasons - Painting
65 x 50 cm (25.6 x 19.7 inches)
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Choi Byeonghen: 'A curving silk of painting,Warm snow series', 2012 Other Painting, Seasons.  Original The world's only A curving silk of painting Warm snow series ...
Seasons - Painting
65 x 50 cm (25.6 x 19.7 inches)
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Artists Describing Their Art:

William Christopherson - The viewer sees a finished canvas. The artist relishes its journey of creation. A thought, a feeling, an experience, a place. These are the most essential of supplies as the artist tasks to expand, explore, and evolve along the path. All are welcome here, to view, appreciate contemplate, and possess the journeys I have made, and the journeys yet to come. Over the past several years I have explored the oil medium, borrowing technique from both historical and present day impressionism. Its a medium I love to work in, even though my wardrobe and studio surfaces have suffered immensely. Much of my work now reflects the pallet knife, and explores a prolific use of heavy colorful brush stroke. Everything continues to evolve, and thats a good thing Enjoy. William Christopherson, 2017 ...

Ruth Zachary - My goal is to create striking images that touch the viewer emotionally. I try to capture the essence of a subject or scene, so that the viewer reacts with an immediate recognition, and immediate "click" of "Yes." I depend upon composition, simplicity, shape and contrast, as well as my own aesthetic sense and emotional responses. I love creating art through photography. For me it is an opportunity for self-expression, a means of capturing a moment in time and creating beauty, as well as am important means of communication. My education includes a Masters in Social Work and a BA in English Literature. I have done formal study in drawing and pastel, but my photographic study has been informal and self-taught. Since 1980, I have been a frequent visitor to Monhegan Island, 12 miles off the coast of Maine, a remote lobstering island with a summer artists' colony. On Monhegan, I became friends with a group of painters and photographers. I applied what I learned from them to my own work. (Those I am most grateful to include Frances Kornbluth, Leo Brooks, Robin Young, Judi Wagner, Josie Vargas and Nancy Stanich.) I show my art summers on Monhegan Island ...

Dave Martsolf - Dave Martsolf Dave Martsolf was born in 1949 in Kansas, moved to Western Pennsylvania in early childhood and at age 12 moved to New Hampshire where he resides today. MartsolfaEURtms father and grandfather were architects and his mother a professional photographer. Martsolf attended MIT and later UNH where he earned a degree in Fine Arts. His early work was influenced by the great masters and others such as the post-impressionists Miro, Matisse, Kandinsky, Klee, Picasso, and the surrealist Salvador Dali. Architectural instincts developed due to his close association with architecture in his youth. DaveaEURtms focus has been in visual arts his entire life. His style extends from realism to surrealistic to fantasy and abstraction. His work uses the mediums of oils, watercolors, inks and pencils, to the more technically-oriented media of computer-based art. Beginning in the late 80aEURtms Martsolf spent productive time with the tools of Bryce, Poser, KaiaEURtms Power Tools, and similar photo editing and photo manipulation products. He was creator, owner and artistic director of Damsel Software Group in the 1990aEUR2s as a producer and manufacturer of original content screen savers. Today, Dave has returned to handmade art. He continues ...

Nancy Bechtol - Artists explore and give the world a view of their personal heightened awareness. I visualize and think with keen beliefs and insights. Reflection of human and societal concerns which cross emotional boundaries-- communicating that which is unspoken. My traditional art foundations of drawing, painting and printmaking, evolved into video, digital photography and experimental media. I use digital photography and imaging to envision the concepts originating from the creative pulse.An individual artist explores and gives the world a view of their personal heightened awareness. Artists see and think with keen beliefs and insights.Reflection of human and societal concerns which cross emotional boundaries-- communicating that which is unspoken. My traditional art foundations of drawing, painting and printmaking, evolved into video, digital photography and experimental media. I use digital photography and imaging to envision the concepts originating from the creative pulse....

Randy Sprout - I grew up in a small town in Northern Iowa, played football, coached the swimming team, and graduated from the University of Iowa with a BA in printmaking studying under Mauricio Lasansky. I then went into the Army and ended up pulling 13 months in Korea on the DMZ. Coming out of Korea I entered UCLA and earned a MA and MFA in printmaking while studying under Jan Stussy and Stanton Mac-Donald Wright. The next year after the funds dried up on my Fulbright Award to Portugal, because of the Angola War, I was lucky to get hired by USC where I taught printmaking as a junior faculty member. I also replaced professors at UCLA when they went on sabaticals, and taught one year at Pierce College. In 1977 I tried Real Estate, you know just for the summer, but by fall I had purchased Century 21 Hollywood Inc. and had a new vocation going. Now 31 years into real estate, I'm coming full circle and starting to paint little quick studies 9X12. I'm using just 1/2 inch brushes and 5 colors. I intentionally limit my time to 2 hours after which I stop and throw ...

Cathy Horner - Making art brings me great joy, and I believe each canvas is like a brief moment in an untold story. My collage art is inspired by vintage images found in old magazines, catalogs and books. I am fascinated by these forgotten treasures and the people who left them on shelves and in boxes in basements and attics for me to rediscover. By the time I find them the paper is yellowed and faded, mice have chewed the corners and insects and moths have made their holes. But these images are precious to me. I imagine the time when they were brand new and the dreams they inspired - of beautiful fashions or traveling to far away places. They are as fresh and brimming with innovation to my eyes as they were to the eyes that saw them the first time around. When I choose the images for a collage I am conscious that the final result will be whimsical, often surreal, while remaining visually rooted in times past. And it is my intention not only to stir imaginations, but also to encourage a sort of sentimental nostalgia. I use a combination of media in my work, including paint, found objects, computer ...

Katalin Luczay - Painting to me is an expression, interpretation, and appreciation of the world around me. In my opinion any art should inspire and elevate the human spirit. These types of art works are immortal, such as the works of the old masters. In my paintings I strive to achieve these ideals. I would describe my works as related as representational realism. In my seascapes I bring many different colors together to illustrate the movement of water. In my landscapes and still life works I like to emphasize the play of light as it hits a focal point. I like to paint in oil because I can achieve this sense of light and motion by glazing over layers, as well as in oil I can achieve a richness that I find limiting in other mediums. Please see my website at

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 ...

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). ...

John Hopper - Although my medium of choice is watercolor, I do oils and acrylics. I find watercolor more exciting, more FUN, and I tend to experiment with technique in watercolor, where I tend to vary my subject matter in other medium. I am a photographer also, however, I see photography as capturing a moment in time with everything static, where in painting, even representational, you put your experiences, history, your entire person into the painting. You bring together your sense of what youve painted aEUR" and hope that the viewer can feel some of that aEUR" along with, and more important, their sense of their own experiences mirrored in the painting. I love what I paint and have FUN expressing that love....

Temo Svirely - Painting is not conceptual art. When someone looks at one of my paintings and asks me What did you want to say I find myself in a difficult position. That is, I've already said what I wanted to say through the medium of painting. With the help of color, rhythm and so on and to demand that I translate the language of art into the language of words is impossible, to say the least. I am an artist, not a writer , my materials are oil-paints, ink, pencils and so on, and not words. What else can I say Ideas and concepts are far from being the primary concerns of the artist. Enthusiasm for ideas not to be confused with artistic plans or intentions distracts the artist from the wealth of interrelation with the material, which itself dictates to him the right course and rewards with time and patience. Of course it is worth pondering on how to make a work more expressive, but a real artistic moment occurs when a pause arises in between thoughts. I will take the liberty of reminding you that art, a picture, can be understood by a man and influence him deeply, effortlessly ...

Evelyn Espinoza - Travel is the fount of my inspiration Most days, the beauty in this world is overwhelming. I canaEURtmt help but respond with gratitude to the Lord through recording all things that take my breath away. I love to explore and immerse myself in different spaces different cultures, architecture, landscape. ItaEURtms a wonderful adventure, which Id love to share with you. I paint in watercolor or oil. My paintings are inspired from my photos by the people and places I travel to and live in. Currently, I live in Tokyo, and many of my paintings are influenced by all things Japanese. Born into a military family, IaEURtmve been moving every few years. The longest I lived in one country was 13 years. Every few years is a new adventure, a new language, new friends to make, and many visual delights to absorb. As an adult, Ive kept on traveling. The more traveling I did, the more photos I took. My interest in Photography started in high school with my dadaEURtms SLR camera. This progressed into digital photography. I love my photos. TheyaEURtmre my memory of being in that place. Nobody elseaEURtms. I know thousands of...

Jim Wright - Artist Statement My aim as a photographer/artist is to nudge viewers in the direction of greater understanding of the world and its people. I believe art has the capacity to open minds and hearts and to help people see the common interests they share with everyone else. In addition I think art has a unique role to play in helping us understand and care for our environment. If my work can promote this understanding and caring, and can help prompt any action in this direction, then I feel I will have done my job as an artist. ...

Nataliia Bahatska - The world which we live is made of color. Color is something that creates beauty, energy. It causes emotions, it includes feelings. I have always been fascinated by the color and form. By combining them together, we get unlimited possibilities for creating art. But the creation of art or painting in my case goes deeper than combining the two of them. It starts with emotion or feeling, and then spat on the canvas. Some of my paintings are impulsive, where inner emotion captures my brush, while others are trips that even surprise me. With my painting, I try to express how I see the world, and on an emotional level I communicate with the viewer, hoping to fix the moment on the canvas.The process of creating a picture for me is very meditative. The search for harmony of color and the creation of an ideal composition is very important. In my paintings, I try to convey the joy of being, a beautiful image arising from simple things, be it a person, a corner of nature, or a remembered dream. My inspirations are also my life experience, the work of other artists, events, people and places around me. Describing the...