Travel Art For Sale

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Browse 167 Travel artworks for sale. Contemporary artists: Thomas Dean, C. Holland Van Suchtelen, Dianne Roberson, Paula Roush, Larry Kiesel, Pamela Henry, Smeetha Bhoumik, Gregory Stringfield, Andrew Pichakhchi, Steven Poe offering Travel artworks. Links to more artworks by these contemporary artists and 6 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 Travel art simply click on the image to go to a more detailed page about this work of art.


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C. Holland Van Suchtelen: 'Road Trip 1000 Miles', 2005 Acrylic Painting, Travel. This painting is a view from the deserts in northern Saskatchewan over the foothills in Alberta and then the mountains to British Columbia...
Travel - Painting
18 x 24 inches (45.7 x 61.0 cm)
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Dianne  Roberson: 'Denali Alaska Before Dawn', 2005 Color Photograph, Travel. A bull moose in Denali Alaska with the Northern Lights shinning behind Denali.www. artworldplus. com has more info. ...
Travel - Photograph
14 x 11 inches (35.6 x 27.9 cm)
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Paula Roush: 'mud wax network', 2005 Video Art, Travel. I was invited for a project by the Rael Artel Gallery in Parnu, an Estonian seaside resort and a tourist destination renown for its many sanatoria and mud baths. I decided to work directly with mud. I was interested both in the material, its healing and artistic qualities, and ...
Travel - Video Art
100 x 75 cm (39.4 x 29.5 inches)
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Paula Roush: 'mud de artiste kunstniku muda', 2005 Mixed Media, Travel. I was invited for a project by the Rael Artel Gallery in Parnu, an Estonian seaside resort and a tourist destination renown for its many sanatoria and mud baths. I decided to work directly with mud. I was interested both in the material, its healing and artistic qualities, and ...
Travel - Mixed Media
9 x 13 cm (3.5 x 5.1 inches)
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Larry Kiesel: 'Silent Stairs', 2005 Color Photograph, Travel. This image was made at the main temple at Angkor Wat in Cambodia...
Travel - Photograph
11 x 14 inches (27.9 x 35.6 cm)
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Larry Kiesel: 'Quiet Arches', 2005 Color Photograph, Travel. This image was made at one of the temples in the Angkor Wat complex....
Travel - Photograph
11 x 14 inches (27.9 x 35.6 cm)
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Larry Kiesel: 'Quiet Meditation', 2005 Color Photograph, Travel. This image was made in the main temple at Angkor Wat in Cambodia....
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11 x 14 inches (27.9 x 35.6 cm)
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Larry Kiesel: 'Quiet Monk', 2005 Color Photograph, Travel. This image was made at Angkor Wat in Cambodia....
, 2005
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11 x 14 inches (27.9 x 35.6 cm)
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Pamela Henry: 'Kato Phira', 2004 Other Photography, Travel. Photo painting. Signed, archival photo lustre giclee print....
, 2004
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14 x 20 inches (35.6 x 50.8 cm)
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Pamela Henry: 'Santorini Dawn', 2000 Other Photography, Travel. Cross process photograph. Signed, archival photo lustre giclee print. ...
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14 x 9 inches (35.6 x 22.9 cm)
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Pamela Henry: 'Greek Cafe', 2004 Other Photography, Travel. Infrared photo, photo painting. Signed, archival photo- lustre giclee print....
, 2004
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16 x 20 inches (40.6 x 50.8 cm)
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Pamela Henry: 'Colosseo', 2004 Other Photography, Travel. Photo painting. Signed, archival photo lustre giclee print....
, 2004
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20 x 13 inches (50.8 x 33.0 cm)
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Pamela Henry: 'London Booth', 1995 Polaroid Photograph, Travel. Polaroid photography manipulation. Signed, archival photo lustre giclee print....
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7 x 7 inches (17.8 x 17.8 cm)
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Smeetha Bhoumik: 'Tea to Jaisalmer', 2003 Oil Painting, Travel. On a State Highway nearing majestic Jaisalmer, where camels could cross the road or peacocks emerge in full colour, stopping at a quaint little dhaba serving hot tea. . . . . the rustic, awed children gape and the smallest one falls in fear as he rushes to join the older ones. . . . ...
Travel - Painting
18 x 16 inches (45.7 x 40.6 cm)
Gregory Stringfield: 'Plaza De Toros Number Four', 2001 Color Photograph, Travel. Plaza De Toros # 4...
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Gregory Stringfield: 'Matador Number Three', 2001 Color Photograph, Travel.
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Gregory Stringfield: 'El Gran Taco', 2002 Color Photograph, Travel.
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Gregory Stringfield: 'Balloon Vendor', 2002 Color Photograph, Travel.
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Gregory Stringfield: 'Matador Number Two', 2002 Color Photograph, Travel.
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Gregory Stringfield: 'Cotton Candy Vendors', 2003 Color Photograph, Travel.
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Gregory Stringfield: 'Matador', 2002 Color Photograph, Travel. Matador at
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Pamela Henry: 'Shutters', 2002 Other Photography, Travel. Cross process, photo painting. Signed, archival photo lustre giclee print....
, 2002
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16 x 20 inches (40.6 x 50.8 cm)
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Pamela Henry: 'Pisa Rain', 2002 Other Photography, Travel. Photo painting. Signed, archival photo lustre giclee print. Also available in 9x14 print for $130....
, 2002
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13 x 20 inches (33.0 x 50.8 cm)
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Pamela Henry: 'Plaisir', 2002 Other Photography, Travel. Photo painting. Signed, archival photo lustre giclee print. Also available 4. 5x7 for $50....
, 2002
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10 x 6.5 inches (25.4 x 16.5 cm)
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Andrew Pichakhchi: 'sky travels', 1992 Oil Painting, Travel.
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160 x 120 inches (406.4 x 304.8 cm)
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Steven Poe: 'Beginners Mind', 2000 Color Photograph, Travel. Soft out of focus Buddha in a white field reminds the novice and experienced practitioner of the challenges face by beginners mind. ...
Travel - Photograph
8 x 10 inches (20.3 x 25.4 cm)
Steven Poe: 'Grounded while Drifting', 1991 Color Photograph, Travel. A Daibatsu Buddha meditates with fluffy clouds drifting by. ...
Travel - Photograph
8 x 10 inches (20.3 x 25.4 cm)
Steven Poe: 'One Cool Monk', 1991 Color Photograph, Travel. A collection of Buddha prayer offerings outside a temple in Kamakura, Japan. ...
Travel - Photograph
10 x 8 inches (25.4 x 20.3 cm)
Andrew Pichakhchi: 'travel t0 the sun', 1992 Oil Painting, Travel. Meditative Travels Series in
Travel - Painting
160 x 100 cm (63.0 x 39.4 inches)
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Jerry  Di Falco: 'Venice in Seven Frames', 2011 Etching, Travel. This exquisite etching takes its inspiration from a photo taken in 1909 by The Moffett Studios. I discovered the print while researching imagery at The US Library of Congress, Print and Picture Department, Washington, D. C. , from The Panoramic Photograph Collection. I created a multiple, rectangular shaped drawing in pencil, ...
Travel - Etching
22 x 8 inches (55.9 x 20.3 cm)
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Artists Describing Their Art:

Thomas Dean - Who can say when a photograph stops being a "snapshot" and becomes an artistic expression? When I create an image, I go beyond simple documentation. I spend time gaining an understanding of the subject and its place in this world. I work very hard to capture the inner "sense" of what I see and what I feel as I stand in front of the subject to make the image. How do I respond to it emotionally? How does the subject fit within its environment? What does the subject convey to me? I strive to answer these questions when I make the final image. The ultimate goal for my images is to have the viewer experience what I experienced when I created the image. ...

C. Holland Van Suchtelen - After 33 years of painting, drawing, sculpture, stained glass art, animation, and web site design, I have settled upon acrylic and pencil for their ability to describe form, light and colour in an endless variety.... vibrant to subtle, realistic to abstract and traditional to experimental. Born in the Netherlands, and in Canada since the age of two, I have studied at the Ontario College of Art, the University of Western Ontario and Sheridan College and have lived and worked in inspiring and breathtaking British Columbia since 1993. My work is an exploration of diversity. I love the unexpected - odd things in odd places, situations that are unusual and shapes that are slightly off - and try to create thoughtful pieces that will make my audience experience something new. I hope that you enjoy these paintings as much as I have enjoyed creating them. For more works please visit

Dianne Roberson - Artist Statement Alaska Artist Dianne Roberson As a young artist, I traveled every summer to the mountains where I sketched Native Americans expressing their creativity through pottery, weaving, beadwork, carving, and dancing. It was this tradition of recording their lives with art that bonded me to these distant Cherokee relatives. I have painted these artistic native people throughout North, South, and Central America. My Alaskan paintings are a continuation of these experiences, and a hope to create lasting visual images of native people and their traditions. Through the years, my life has taken me on many journeys far from my roots. I was drawn to Alaska, as if a magnet was pulling me back to nature. I didn't choose to come here, I simply could not stay away. My Northern Light Series was born on a January excursion. In the cold dark night surrounded by silence near the top of the world, I saw magnetic pulses of light. It was ten degrees below zero as the many colors of reflected lights were magnified by the accumulation of snow on the ground. An intense emotion encompassed me and I understood why our ancestors were so awed, even frightened, by the ...

Paula Roush - bio-blurb-propaganda [:::] paula roush (born in lisboa, portugal; lives and works in london). paula is an interdisciplinary artist whose work addresses public culture and urban space. With a visual art and urban/social studies background, she works across these disciplines as both a practitioner and a theorist. She works with the city as a site of investigation and develops ways of intervening in urban space, working in the mode of public art and tactical intervention into public debate but more generally, working with a problematic of the public and the politics of the public sphere. Paula is the founder of msdm [

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. ...

Smeetha Bhoumik - Greetings! My canvases are melting pots of imagination, existence and personal quests. With paint and it's possibilities of probing inner and outer worlds, I explore my different universes - as a woman, an artist, a professional, a family member, an intrepid traveller, a lost soul, a dreamer believer, a seeker . With the Universe Series I seek to express my complete enchantment with the luminosity, and unending glory of this huge universe and it's magical ways, in some ways finding tenuous connections to the infinite forces that we are a part of . The magic of nearby constellations, far-away galaxies, supreme supernovae, bright young stars, star forming nebulae and their stories have I tried to explore and capture in the 'Universe Series' - conversations on canvas between the viewer, the artist and the unknown. The birth of young stars in regions rich in gas and dust from exploding stars or supernovae, gigantic collisions of galaxies twisting them out of shape temporarily, huge emissions of heavy metals including gold and platinum spat out by supernovae when they burst, the impossibly beautiful colours of dead stars refusing to fade away . Somehow all this enchants and speaks simultaneously of the transient amazing entity that ...

Steven Poe - My artwork uses expansive digital technology to represent dreams and other ways of knowing, as I try to understand my world around me. The images represented here in this exhibit are from a "Buddha Nature" series that I am working on. In the process of this series I am asking questions. The global economy and multicultural societies are increasingly accepted norms. Will an integrated spirituality evolve as well? Is polytheism really possible? As artists evolve a global mind, and mature past the self-conscious movement, will art play a responsible role in societies direction? While the technologies I use are complex and the questions I am asking are deep and serious, the goals are simplicity in design and composition with an attitude of fun and adventure. For if I take myself seriously the results would be disastrous. Please visit my website (www.stevenpoe.com) to see more photographic works and read more about my evolving theory of art from a systems perspective. ...