Technology Art For Sale

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Browse 98 Technology artworks for sale. Contemporary artists: Jerry Di Falco, Nancy Bechtol, Lynda Lehmann, Wendy Lippincott, Lou Posner, Asbjorn Lonvig, Claudio Bottero, Hannes Hofstetter, Jerry Monteith, Marc Crisafulli, Cody Seekins, Kyoko Yamaji, Miri Chais, Yulia Korneva, Rachel E Heberling, Don Dougan, Jason Messinger offering Technology artworks. Links to more artworks by these contemporary artists and 4 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 Technology 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: 'KENSINGTON GIRL ', 2015 Intaglio, Technology. The title of this etching is, KENSINGTON GIRL WAITING FOR MOTHER JONES IN PHILADELPHIA MILL. This is from Edition ONE of FOUR and published as Print Number FOUR of EIGHT. The zinc plate employed for this work measured 6 inches by 8 inches, or cm x 0cm. The etching size ...
Technology - Intaglio
11 x 15 inches (27.9 x 38.1 cm)
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Nancy Bechtol: 'TechyExplosion Series: Guys sx', 2014 Other Photography, Technology.  Tech explosion, literally and in visionother sizes bigger available on other printed materials, etcinquire...
Technology - Photograph
11 x 17 inches (27.9 x 43.2 cm)
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Lynda Lehmann: 'The Great Wheel', 2008 Other Photography, Technology.  A great, old, rusted out tractor wheel in rural Maine: a symbol of a bygone agrarian era and Americana in general. Image c Lynda Lehmann.Matted archival print, ready for framing.  My signature will be on the mat, not on your print.  Please feel free to ask about other sizes...
Technology - Photograph
10 x 8 inches (25.4 x 20.3 cm)
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Wendy Lippincott: 'Immaculate Conception', 2006 Illustration, Technology.
Technology - Illustration
20 x 26 inches (50.8 x 66.0 cm)
Lou Posner: 'An American Perspective', 2002 Oil Painting, Technology. Detail photos available upon request....
Technology - Painting
73 x 46 inches (185.4 x 116.8 cm)
Asbjorn Lonvig: 'Bang and Olufsen', 1996 Collage, Technology. I work mostly in bright colors. As an example of my ability to work in other colors than brightcolors, I am showing an earth- colored telephone. Bang & Olufsen saw my design at the annual DesigntraefDanmark ( Danish Design Fair) and asked me to look at the colorscheme ...
Technology - Collage
0 x 0 inches (0.0 x 0.0 cm)
Claudio Bottero: 'cusco', 2018 Steel Sculpture, Technology. This is a functional piece of art that was inspired by the megalithic stonework seen in Cusco Peru. It s made from steel bars of different dimensions that have been woven, heated and then beaten under the powerhammer...
, 2018
Technology - Sculpture
42 x 42 cm (16.5 x 16.5 inches)
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Hannes  Hofstetter: 'brave new world ii', 1994 Other Painting, Technology. Hannes Hofstetter  Brave New World IIaEURoe, 1993270 x 300 cm, mixed media on canvas, for transport 6 Parts , 135 x 100cmEVOLUTION OF TECHNOLOGY  acceleration Hand ax, spear, bow and arrow, digging stick, hoe, plow, ax, wheel, fishhook, harpoon, net, dugout, paddle, rudder, ladle irrigation, baler, hammer, anvil, pincers, ...
Technology - Painting
300 x 270 m (984.25 x 885.83 feet)
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Hannes  Hofstetter: 'brave new world', 1993 Other Painting, Technology. Hannes HofstetterBrave New World , 1993270 x 300 cm, mixed media on canvas, for transport 6 Parts , 135 x 100cmEVOLUTION OF TECHNOLOGYaccelerationHand ax, spear, bow and arrow, digging stick, hoe, plow, ax, wheel, fishhook, harpoon, net, dugout, paddle, rudder, ladle irrigation, baler, hammer, anvil, pincers, furnace, spindle, loom, potter ...
Technology - Painting
300 x 270 cm (118.1 x 106.3 inches)
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Jerry Monteith: 'gauge', 1994 Wood Sculpture, Technology. Fabricated turned abstract wall sculpture in birch and cherry with varnished aniline dye finish. ...
, 1994
Technology - Sculpture
13 x 43 inches (33.0 x 109.2 cm)
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Marc Crisafulli: 'Emusic Arrives', 2001 Illustration, Technology. eMusic  positions itself as THE  internet' s key source for downloadable music. From a 2001 New York Press music column....
Technology - Illustration
0 x 0 inches (0.0 x 0.0 cm)
Cody Seekins: 'The Automaton', 2012 Oil Painting, Technology.   Boy Bird Parakeet Budgie Parrot, Mandala Mystical Magical hindu buddha buddhist vehicle sex gay transgender glbt military airplane jet robot android artificial intelligence   ...
Technology - Painting
24 x 30 inches (61.0 x 76.2 cm)
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Kyoko Yamaji: 'Sun goddess', 2014 Oil Painting, Technology.  Original oil painting of sun goddess.       Oil painting of African girl and baby elephant.     ...
Technology - Painting
45 x 53 cm (17.7 x 20.9 inches)
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Miri Chais: 'Heads', 2013 Mixed Media, Technology.
, 2013
Technology - Mixed Media
12 x 17 cm (4.7 x 6.7 inches)
Miri Chais: 'Rat Race', 2013 Mixed Media, Technology.
, 2013
Technology - Mixed Media
36 x 38 cm (14.2 x 15.0 inches)
Yulia Korneva: 'STENLEY REID CRIMINAL MINDS', 2009 Ink Painting, Technology.  portrait, ink, painting, paper, hair, stenley, reid, criminal, minds, stenley reid, criminal minds ...
Technology - Painting
21 x 30 cm (8.3 x 11.8 inches)
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Yulia Korneva: 'Very Green Day', 2010 Other Drawing, Technology.  portrait, green, day, collage, ink, drawing, dollar, money, american, flag, singer, punk, armstrong, billie, joe, billie joe armstrong, hair ...
Technology - Drawing
21 x 30 cm (8.3 x 11.8 inches)
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Yulia Korneva: 'Renaissance 20', 2012 Other Drawing, Technology.  portrait, botticelli, cd, disc, drawing ...
Technology - Drawing
50 x 70 cm (19.7 x 27.6 inches)
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Miri Chais: 'Fresh Paint 5 art fair', 2012 Mixed Media, Technology.     Fresh paint 5 art fair, Tel Aviv, IsraelChief Curator: Ruth DirektorCurator adi bezalel     ...
Technology - Mixed Media
70 x 58 cm (27.6 x 22.8 inches)
Miri Chais: 'Fresh Paint 5 ', 2012 Mixed Media, Technology.    Fresh paint 5 art fair, Tel Aviv, IsraelChief Curator: Ruth DirektorCurator adi bezalel    ...
Technology - Mixed Media
117 x 86 cm (46.1 x 33.9 inches)
Miri Chais: 'Fresh Apint 5 Art Fair', 2012 Mixed Media, Technology.   Fresh paint 5 art fair, Tel Aviv, IsraelChief Curator: Ruth DirektorCurator adi bezalel   ...
Technology - Mixed Media
30 x 35 cm (11.8 x 13.8 inches)
Miri Chais: 'no wonder', 2012 Mixed Media, Technology.  An installation in the port of Jaffa ...
, 2012
Technology - Mixed Media
7 x 2 m (22.97 x 6.56 feet)
Miri Chais: 'Augmented', 2012 Mixed Media, Technology.   'Why Japan?' Because Japan is the global imagination' s default setting for the future' , author William GibsonThe
, 2012
Technology - Mixed Media
3 x 3 m (9.84 x 9.84 feet)
Miri Chais: 'Paradise', 2011 Mixed Media, Technology.  Paradise is an essential myth in the 3 monotheist religions. It is the ancient origin on mankind, while also being a utopian image of its redemption, destination, refuge and hope.Miri Chais converted the heavenly paradise into a digital one, in which, Adam and Eve are represented as cyberspace ghosts...
, 2011
Technology - Mixed Media
3 x 3 m (9.84 x 9.84 feet)
Rachel E Heberling: 'Strained Connection', 2011 Etching, Technology.   Etching and spit bite of of typing hands, based on interactive installation   ...
Technology - Etching
7 x 11.7 inches (17.8 x 29.7 cm)
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Miri Chais: 'meeting point', 2011 Mixed Media, Technology.      the works consiste of plexiglass and LED     ...
Technology - Mixed Media
28 x 310 cm (11.0 x 122.0 inches)
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Don Dougan: 'THE FUTURE SWEEPS: RED TINT', 2007 Mixed Media Sculpture, Technology. Indiana limestone, Georgia marble, circuit board, aluminum, stainless steel, stoneware, glass, acrylic, graphite, pigmentDone for an exhibit called the 'History of the Future,' this wall piece is made of limestone, computer circuit board, marble, aluuminum, stainless steel,  glass, and pigment.  ...
Technology - Sculpture
13 x 17 inches (33.0 x 43.2 cm)
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Jason Messinger: 'Language of Grass', 2010 Ink Painting, Technology. Hand- painted in ink and watercolor, on cold- pressed heavy- weight watercolor paper with deckle edge. Unframed.          ...
Technology - Painting
30 x 22 inches (76.2 x 55.9 cm)
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Miri Chais: 'Colossos, Installation view', 2010 Mixed Media, Technology.     the works consiste of plexiglass and LED    ...
Technology - Mixed Media
90 x 310 cm (35.4 x 122.0 inches)
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Rachel E Heberling: 'Errors Are Prevented Instead of Being Corrected', 2009 Lithograph, Technology.  Stone and plate color lithograph depicting graphs of typewriting contests and studies.  ...
Technology - Lithograph
27 x 18 inches (68.6 x 45.7 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 ...

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....

Lynda Lehmann - I have participated in numerous juried shows and had solo shows of my paintings. Ive sold my photography and digital art online, in galleries and other real-time venues, although I am currently marketing my work primarily online. My stock art sells well and Ive sold at least 2400 images in that venue. Life events had steered me away from painting but I am jumping back into that part of my process and hope to have new paintings online within the next few months. OTHER STUFF My painting Bibliophiles Dream has been featured on the cover of the Insights Journal of Austin Seminary. My paining Damariscotta Dream has been used for the cover of Chuck Sweetmans poetry chapbook published by Dream Horse Press. My image Enchanted Forest was used by the Sierra Club in their online feature Daily Ray of Hope. The Yellow Door has been published in Long Islands Canvas Magazine. I was a featured artist at Imagekind in July and have been featured from time to time on my other sites as well. February 1 - 28, 2009 - Metrimorphic III featuring new abstract paintings combining biomorphic and geometric elements, Harborfields Library, Greenlawn, NY. Due to time constraints I will ...

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. ...

Lou Posner - After you reach the main or first Posner portfolio page, please click on an image to enlarge it and bring up further details about the piece of art, including THE PRICE and a description or story of it. Once you have done this, you may also click on zoom-in, a function which may or may not work. At the bottom of Posners main portfolio page Page No.1 you will see instructions for navigating to the rest of my art. There are presently a total of about 237 pieces of art to be viewed. Most are oil paintings, and the rest are charcoal and pencil drawings, watercolors, prints, etc. The first set of images will tell you if the piece is NFS Not For Sale or SOLD. I include these on the website to give viewers a sense of the scope of my work. Prices for each piece USED TO BE SHOWN next to the initial encounter with the image. NOW...all my prices are gone from the intial images, and the words REQUEST PRICE appear for all pieces that are still for sale. NOTE YOU DO NOT HAVE TO CONTACT ME TO REQUEST ANY PRICES. IF YOU CLICK ...

Jerry Monteith - Much of my practice involves collecting and preparing wood from local trees. When I began my Core Series, the material came from friends who had cut trees and offered me the wood. Now I have over 100 trees, many of which I planted or started from seed. Most require careful and regular pruning. Recently I was forced to take down a sugar maple that was dropping massive branches and rotting from the inside out. This provided much of the material used to make aEURoeRed Fence.aEUR The scroll form in the piece was made with wood saved after pruning pear trees some years ago. IaEURtmd like to think that my work functions like poetry, except it uses forms instead of words to evoke thoughts and feelings that lie deep and barely realized. My Attractors Series takes the fishing fly as a paradigm object and portray strange, insect-like creatures. They play homage to the incredible diversity of insect life, which we typically regard as an inconvenience at best. While their kind is said to represent 90 percent of the diversity of life on our planet, our kind typically ignores them. They embody my appreciation of the small things in life ...

Marc Crisafulli - Born and raised in suburban Maryland, I enjoy the freedom my computer allows me to take freelance work from all over the country. In 1992 I was offered a position on the original "Ren & Stimpy Show" at Spumco in Los Angeles. Other animation studios I've worked for have included Cartoon Network, Klasky Csupo, and Walt Disney TV Animation. I like the speed and precision programs like Adobe Photoshop can offer me, but that hasn't stopped me from working with traditional materials on a regular basis, including brush and ink, watercolor, colored pencils, and gouache. For many years I've been developing several original concepts and characters for a variety of venues and mediums. I did a great deal of illustration for the book Rough Draft: Pop Culture the Way It Almost Was...some examples of the Dr. Seuss work I did for the book can be found at the link below. Other illustration clients include The New York Press and several record covers for The Kung Fu Monkeys. While classic Hollywood cartoons have greatly influenced both my style and sensibilities, I readily admit to also being fascinated (and greatly inspired by) most popular culture, human behavior, children, ...

Cody Seekins - My interest in painting sources from a recapitulative process; using personal experience, identities, revelation, and reflections across time to build novel images. To this end I have found my education on Theravada Buddhism to be a fascinating and relevant system. I focus on treating impressions of my life in a similar vein as the stories of the Gautama Buddha prior to reaching enlightenment, as described in The Jataka tales of Buddhism. The Jataka tales are an interesting collection of allegories in how they recognize the subject's direction toward enlightenment yet center on the narrative of the self as manifest identities and egos working out the karma, or groundwork, which precedes. This framework allows me to build a body of paintings pulling from both my exterior and interior life. The modus operandi, therefore, concerns the illustration of abstract psychological objects and relationships through figurative and comparatively concrete forms. Ultimately this means I am building my own contemporary Jatakas....

Kyoko Yamaji - What I paint is emotion, especially the beauty of love, the strength of love. Human or animals, unconditional, with sympathy and compassion, caring, sharing and also enjoying. Not only babies, any living things need to be loved. And the utmost form of joy comes not from wealth, but from loving the others. Only who devoted oneself would know. This is my theme....

Miri Chais - I create crossbreeds, and connect intricate, surrealistic "light-bearing" objects, luring the viewer into a world of fantasy and imagination. This combinations and fusions generate an illusion, introducing new perspectives which orient and move toward the light. I am interested in exploring and uncovering the poetic elements built into the technological world, while striving to transform the resulting research data into a visual display. It is an investigative process committed to asking questions, probing,and attempting to comprehend the world in which we live, the possibilities at hand, and the expectations for the future. The relationship between information and meaning arising from the works is associated with acts of subtraction, addition, and equation of the different fields of knowledge, while breaking free from the fetters of concreteness, duration, and memory, and taking the liberty to create a new space of operation. The displayed information and the visual capacity discernible in my works sustain a system of equilibrium and a delicate balance between object and image, artist and inspiration, setting and dream. Each work is based on a dialogue between figure and setting, tracing the embodiment of informative concepts and the object's ability to convey and transfer them, as they ...

Yulia Korneva - When after the midnight the lights and shadows are mixed up in sleepless eyes it is time for me to create the instant pictures of the world between the dream, nightmare and reality. My name is Yulia A. Korneva and everything I create is my way to express what I saw and feel. Even the portraits for me are a way to see something more then a photo made with pencil or oil colours. I find very interesting the posthumous or revival portraits when sometimes I have to assemble the expression, colours and background from different photographs. I was born to Moscow (URSS) in 1981, my grandfather was a painter. I started drawing to surprise my classmates and soon I could not imagine my life without creating something. My first work was the illustration for book of poems "August" (Indipendent publisher; Moscow; Russia) written by Nadezda Korneva in 2000. My first personal exhibition took place in 2004 in Turin, Italy. Now I artist, mother and I also make another job for living, but I hope to have one day more time to dedicate to creation....

Rachel E Heberling - I walked up the dirt road before leaving the mountains. Fall was creeping in. I thought a car had driven by, but there remained a strange banging and rattling noise. I turned around and listened, yet nobody was there. I looked again; it was just a 25 mile-an-hour sign caught up in a tree. With the winds kicking up, I ran back down the hill. There were always strange machines in the basement. A Victrola, oil lamps, and car transmissions sat in the dark, collecting dust by the coal furnace. I grew up in a log home on a mountainside in Pennsylvania's coal regions, where black slag piles were poised to swallow one-street towns: a landmark of the Industrial Revolution's demise. When I would pass just over the ridge and wander through abandoned factories, I could feel the heavy air inside: damp and laden with an eerie silence. My childhood existed at the tail end of an era of typewriters and rotary phones: forms of communication that demand a physical connection. These fragmented memories still exist in the tactility of ink embedded into a surface, whether rolled through a press or fed through a typewriter. ...

Don Dougan - My work comprises both abstracted and figurative imagery executed in a variety of mixed materials, with stone being the predominate medium. Other materials used (usually in conjunction with stone) include foundry cast metals, carved and joined wood, cast and fabricated plastics, cold-worked and kiln-formed glass, cast and carved hydraulic cements, cast/formed paper, welded/fabricated metals, gilding, and found/assembled objects. The more abstracted imagery is worked in pedestal pieces, large freestanding sculptures, and in wall-mounted relief sculptures. The figurative lip series is usually presented in wall-mounted reliefs, deep shadowbox framing, and occasionally as either a pedestal piece or a large freestanding work. The most recently begun series of work comprises pedestal-sized pieces using the imagery of the ship or the boat hull. Each series or each type of work allows me to express aspects of the human condition - the more abstracted works tend to reveal a more universal emotional/rational characterization of subject matter, the lip series tends to allow sensuality, humor, and more visceral expressions, while the ship series delves into personal/cultural memories and emotional journeys. For more images and information on myself, my work, and my working methods please visit my ...

Jason Messinger - Jason Messinger creates ceramic art that straddles the cool allure of pure abstraction and the hot recognition of representation. His art explores the fuzzy borders between representation and abstraction, identity and design, meaning and beauty. Sculptures that are abstract in shape but with a figurative sensibility, and tile murals with symbolic imagery that tease the viewer into becoming complicit in their meaning. The sculptures are solidly present while expressly fluid. They change appearance with the viewers' perspective, transforming in shape and direction. Each face of the work functions like movements of a dance, with unexpected turns. Different perspectives on the work converse with each other, creating a circular narrative of motion and stillness, form and emotion. The artist approaches ceramic tile with a painter's concerns and a sculptor's experience. The idea of abstraction on the edge of identification permeates the work. Images often hint at language, symbol, map, comic strip, or hieroglyph; but only hint, as the symbols remain undefined, transitional. His multi-tile works are modular, allowing any configuration and sequence of the tiles. The murals exhibit a circular narrative, open-ended to interpretation. The viewer becomes complicit in constructing the meaning. Mounting systems allows one to ...