Visionary Art For Sale

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Browse 1498 Visionary artworks for sale. Contemporary artists: Eric Helin, Jay Braden, Donald Davenport, Maria Teresa Fernandes, Paul Vauchelet, Gregory Edwards, Jonathan Charles, Doru Cristian Deliu, Lisbet Olin-ranstam, Werner Hornung, Christine Lytwynczuk, Sven Froekjaer Jensen, Damiano Cali, Greg Rice, Rosana Ferranti, Patrick Sean Kelley, Monegorijas Monegorijas, Elena Mary Siff, Tim Holmes, David Charlwood, Berit Nelson, Bruce Naigles offering Visionary artworks. Links to more artworks by these contemporary artists and 52 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 Visionary art simply click on the image to go to a more detailed page about this work of art.


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Jay Braden: 'Release II', 2006 Mixed Media, Visionary. Lithography- number 2 from a series of 7- each of the seven is uniquely painted in watercolor, creating seven distinct works:' Release I' -' Release VII'...
, 2006
Visionary - Mixed Media
12 x 18 inches (30.5 x 45.7 cm)
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Donald Davenport: 'Origin Of Art', 2006 Mixed Media, Visionary. This is a 24
Visionary - Mixed Media
36 x 24 inches (91.4 x 61.0 cm)
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Maria Teresa Fernandes: 'mangrove swamp', 1980 Watercolor, Visionary. life birthplace...
Visionary - Watercolor
14 x 5 inches (35.6 x 12.7 cm)
Paul Vauchelet: 'Seeker', 2006 Mixed Media, Visionary. A jeweled whales eye on an abstract myriad of brilliant and pearlescent colors with a mantra of famous quotes spiraling from the eye.  Can you find the hidden messages? ...
, 2006
Visionary - Mixed Media
60 x 36 inches (152.4 x 91.4 cm)
Gregory Edwards: 'Omega Jewels', 2006 Mixed Media, Visionary. My personal synthesis via the arts expresses a journey into archetypal platforms where perspectives make their merging captivating an interpretation, ever changing and without hesitation. The viewer projections into the ambiguous void are filled by the nature of universal constants. My spiritual and creative ventures encourage me to avail visual ...
Visionary - Mixed Media
8 x 11 inches (20.3 x 27.9 cm)
Gregory Edwards: 'Thinking Ray Rapture', 2006 Mixed Media, Visionary. Thinking Ray Rapture is an Ambigious Content acted upon by the projective mechanism of the associative mind. in Present Time Exception Becoming Moment Alone- - AKA SEE- - Mentor ozone; Like the magical Thinker- Linking Non- Metals  rust Wasting as Thinking Ray busts in True Displacment for in zzzs and aaas as ...
Visionary - Mixed Media
30 x 30 inches (76.2 x 76.2 cm)
Jonathan Charles: 'Eve sleeping', 2003 Color Photograph, Visionary. From a series on humanity and nature idealised as Eve perfectly at home in an unspoiled environment. Here she sleeps in a forest clearing with no need for protection as she is in harmony with the elements.Supplied as a signed numbered pigment print on archival matte paper with expected ...
Visionary - Photograph
12 x 15 inches (30.5 x 38.1 cm)
Doru Cristian Deliu: 'doll2', 2003 Pencil Drawing, Visionary. a part of me...
, 2003
Visionary - Drawing
50 x 70 cm (19.7 x 27.6 inches)
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Doru Cristian Deliu: 'doll1', 2003 Pencil Drawing, Visionary. a part of me...
, 2003
Visionary - Drawing
70 x 50 cm (27.6 x 19.7 inches)
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Lisbet Olin-ranstam: 'Sun III', 2006 Crafts, Visionary.
, 2006
Visionary - Crafts
35 x 35 cm (13.8 x 13.8 inches)
Werner Hornung: 'CURRENT STATE OF MIND', 2005 Computer Art, Visionary. Limited edition 1- 5 printed on 308gr Fine Art Paper.Smaller prints possible on request. ...
Visionary - Computer Art
70 x 100 cm (27.6 x 39.4 inches)
Werner Hornung: 'I HAD NO EARTHLY IDEA', 2005 Computer Art, Visionary. Limited edition 1- 5 printed on 308gr Fine Art Paper. ...
Visionary - Computer Art
70 x 100 cm (27.6 x 39.4 inches)
Christine Lytwynczuk: 'Niether Insipid Nor Bitter', 2005 Oil Painting, Visionary. Giclee available for $750.For a perfect cup of tea, the leaves must be infused for exactly 5 min.  If the time is less than that, the tea is too weak.  If the time is longer, the liquid becomes bitter and cold.  In either case, the tea is unffit to ...
Visionary - Painting
34 x 40 inches (86.4 x 101.6 cm)
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Sven Froekjaer Jensen: 'The problem of Aristoteles', 2005 Oil Painting, Visionary. A marriage of matter and thought. You dont always get what you see. The problem of Aristoteles is not long gone. ...
Visionary - Painting
60 x 80 cm (23.6 x 31.5 inches)
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Sven Froekjaer Jensen: 'The stone', 2004 Oil Painting, Visionary. The stone of truth is know in Rome and otherwhere. When in Rome do as the romans do. ...
, 2004
Visionary - Painting
100 x 80 cm (39.4 x 31.5 inches)
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Damiano Cali: 'passion II', 2005 Mixed Media, Visionary.
, 2005
Visionary - Mixed Media
80 x 80 cm (31.5 x 31.5 inches)
Damiano Cali: 'Passion I', 2004 Mixed Media, Visionary.
, 2004
Visionary - Mixed Media
80 x 80 cm (31.5 x 31.5 inches)
Damiano Cali: 'Soul', 2001 Mixed Media, Visionary.
, 2001
Visionary - Mixed Media
80 x 80 cm (31.5 x 31.5 inches)
Damiano Cali: 'The Dreamer', 2001 Mixed Media, Visionary.
Visionary - Mixed Media
80 x 80 cm (31.5 x 31.5 inches)
Greg Rice: ' Conceive me as a dream ', 2005 Computer Art, Visionary. Digital print Inspired by ...
Visionary - Computer Art
40 x 26 inches (101.6 x 66.0 cm)
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Rosana Ferranti: 'woman two', 2004 Oil Painting, Visionary.
, 2004
Visionary - Painting
40 x 53 cm (15.7 x 20.9 inches)
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Patrick Sean Kelley: 'Chocolate Dreams Float', 2005 Oil Painting, Visionary. As we wander through this life some of us are fortunate enough to grab on to our dream. To experience the
Visionary - Painting
24 x 30 inches (61.0 x 76.2 cm)
Monegorijas Monegorijas: 'voyager5', 2005 Oil Painting, Visionary.
, 2005
Visionary - Painting
120 x 100 cm (47.2 x 39.4 inches)
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Elena Mary Siff: 'Alamogordo  Ashes and Diamonds', 2004 Collage, Visionary. surreal vision of an atomic explosion...
Visionary - Collage
9 x 7 inches (22.9 x 17.8 cm)
Elena Mary Siff: 'THE MISSION', 2004 Collage, Visionary. surreal vision of the Santa Barbara, CA. Mission...
Visionary - Collage
7 x 4 inches (17.8 x 10.2 cm)
Tim Holmes: 'Metaphysical Map VIII  Journey to the Absolute Edge', 2002 Giclee, Visionary. Certainly you, too, have felt like Magellan, setting sail upon those treacherous, unknown waters of an inner exploration.  From Holmes's Metaphysical Maps series- this map traces the life of one who always journeys outward to the edges of their own most dynamic and dangerous possibilities.  From original watercolor and ...
Visionary - Giclee
32 x 24 inches (81.3 x 61.0 cm)
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David Charlwood: 'Pick Yer Brains', 2003 Pen Drawing, Visionary. Black and blue ballpoint pens. Imagery from religion, history and the media. ...
Visionary - Drawing
29 x 20 cm (11.4 x 7.9 inches)
Berit Nelson: 'Sun', 2004 Computer Art, Visionary.
, 2004
Visionary - Computer Art
8 x 10 inches (20.3 x 25.4 cm)
Bruce Naigles: 'Dawn', 2004 Other Sculpture, Visionary. Originally called' earth' s guardian angel' she represents the rising of a new time, a new foundation rooted in a common understanding of man' s purpose. It is cast in a stone hard reinforced plaster. Also available in bronze....
, 2004
Visionary - Sculpture
30 x 48 cm (11.8 x 18.9 inches)
Agnes Dodart: 'The Lonely Tree', 2004 Computer Art, Visionary. Mixed digital media ( 3D and photo manipulation) . Limited edition original giclee prints, signed and numbered. Size mentioned above refers to image dimensions and is customizable upon request ( price varies accordingly) . ...
Visionary - Computer Art
12 x 16 inches (30.5 x 40.6 cm)
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    Eric Helin - The work of the Cubists made a strong impression on me at a very young age. I often use a Cubist approach when I manipulate space. I artificially restrict depth in my works, by forcing my designs into the confines of a two dimensional plane which flattens and distorts depth. The results of this can be seen in pieces like my table "Watercourse." The outre, exotic and unusual have always fascinated me. Consequently, aspects of the Avant-Garde and Surrealism have also significantly influenced my work, though ultimately my work is defined by Concrescentism. The Concrescentist approach allows me to re-interpret traditional elements or designs by applying operative techniques derived from various art movements. This alters any original element in such a way that it results in hybrid decorative motifs or forms. My own "maleness" is another underlying component in my artistic expression. I'm captivated by the sleekness, grace, and angularity of the male form which seems very consistent with my own designs. This masculine disposition is expressed in well defined lines and carefully delineated geometric forms. It also adds an industrial dimension that issues in precisely structured pieces like "Smokestack," or in tables with bridge-like qualities...

    Jay Braden - Art is a thread connecting the many passions I value in life. Painting and illustration are two of my favorite modes for pulling together the vast array of subjects that fascinate me, people I've met, and places and events I've experienced, into an evolving series of statements and reflections of the world. The creation of art is one form of visual story-telling. What each viewer brings to their experience of an image is as important as the image they're observing. When this is realized, both the viewer and the image are liberated, and the image truly speaks to the individual in a unique way. ...

    Donald Davenport - An Artist /Educator/Publisher/Producer/Artificer Born in a northern suburb of Detroit, Michigan. The mechanical, artistic and creative ability of Donald J. Davenport was first recognized at the age of five. By the age of 13 he received a "Silver" award at the Tennessee Tech College annual arts exhibit in 1960. By the age of 20 he was already an accomplished commercial and fine artist. Davenport is listed in four separate categories in the Millennium Edition of Marquis Who's Who in America for his diverse achievements in Video & Film Producing, Publishing, Inventing and Educating. Through his mid twenties and early thirties, he worked in several diverse fields producing commercial, graphic and fine art for international corporations. His abilities include experimental developing and designing new concept devices, producing instructional visual technical trade curriculum programs for Video Educational Art Services in the visual arts. Davenport founded The Gemini School of Art and Design in 1981. His multiple careers continued to develop with publishing technical trade manuals for instruction in the visual arts and producing visual art programs by which he received an International "SILVER" award from among 27 competing countries at the Television International Film Festivals, New York, 1994 for ...

    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). ...

    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...

    Jonathan Charles - My medium is art photography. This means there is no claim of documentary realism - the pictures are created to present an idea but based originally on photographs and (mostly) having the style of a photographic image. I work in South West England and he Charente region of France. My subject is an exploration of beauty and dreams - I see more than enough of troubling reality to want to project it further. My work covers 40 years starting with B&W bleak landscapes through abstract nudes, portraits, dance & theatre to the added dimension of colour and emphasis on personal experience and subconscious mythology. I am always improvising, trying to learn from the images and people's reactions to them. My own website is a portal to my longstanding photo.net gallery which includes a lot of background information about the images. I also have a blog which I have just re-activated. I plan to add the stories behind many of my photo series, old and new. More of my work can be seen via my website:

    Werner Hornung - In my work, accident is the nucleus of visual propagation with multidirectional trajectories. Like an unpredictable game where each random move generates a new relational order and a new sub context on the whole. The game only ends when you don't surprise anymore playing it. JD Jarvis wrote in his latest book "Going Digital" about my work: "His images utilize nearly all the manipulation, painting, and digital techniques available. The synthesis of tools, process and styles shows the way to an expressive and versatile new way to make art." ...

    Christine Lytwynczuk - Christine's paintings are about the human experience: relationships, emotions and introspection. She strives to evoke the feelings of empathy, hope, serenity and comfort through her work. Her paintings have a commanding presence, yet are quiet and exude a sense of intimacy. To be in a room with one of her paintings is like being in the presence of a close friend. Christine often paints children from different cultures, for children experience the same thoughts, fears, hopes and aspirations as adults, but they do not have emotional masks to hide behind. She paints from different cultures to highlight our inner similarities and because she is enthralled with the diverse ornamentation and design found throughout all lands. She feels that cultural decoration adds richness and beauty to life, especially when harmonized with the native landscape. Christine Lytwynczuk was born in Tucson, AZ in 1974. She spent most of her formative years, and as much time as possible now, in the Sonoran Desert. Her love of the desert and nature is revealed in many of her paintings. For twelve years she attended an open-classroom school where she had unlimited access to art materials. During high school she spent a summer in ...

    Sven Froekjaer Jensen - To build a bridge between different worlds of expression, to span the abyss between the diversity of human minds, to reach out for the sublime, that is my challenge. Therefore I have to maneuver in a battlefield between old techniques and the new expressions of our time. That means to work in two directions all the time, one way from the old masters of the 19th century especially the drawing skills of the so called Copenhagen school with a very profound technical base, and the other way a freedom of expression, that is the only highway to the description of our time and the dreams and goals of present life. One could express it in another way saying, that I make modern myths in my fabulating paintings. But on the other hand the technical skills acquired from the drawing exercises are a necessity for getting the freedom that makes the fabulations possible. By creating the nonverbal myths on my canvasses I hope to reach the onlooker in a way that brings our minds together so we can walk the paths of understanding - dreaming the very old dreams of humanity. Therefore I work very intensely with drawings of the human and...

    Patrick Sean Kelley - Behind the Art There is nothing more intimidating than standing in front of a blank canvas and wondering what it will become. There is also nothing more exhilarating. As I begin to apply paint to canvas I find my work seems to be in continuous motion. Always changing. Always progressing. Much like the oil paints that actually embody my visions. I am influenced by many places, things, people and of course, many artists. My latest work is changing yet again. The palette has become softer more jewel toned and the subjects more somber. They speak to me as I paint each stroke awaiting life on the canvas. I am clearly influenced by some of the more modern masters like, Klimpt, Kandinsky, Mirot, Caldwell and as always, Picasso. The art is Inspired by the subject. By a woman's beauty as it is seen and felt both internally and externally. The images in my vision actually seem to mask their true identities as they glance out at the viewer exuding an air of aloofness and mystique. Each stroke is painstakingly smoothed and controlled to create subtle dimensions and color that create the mysterious creatures that appear to come to life on ...

    Elena Mary Siff - In the collages and assemblages I interpret the mystery, the humor and the threat of my dreams. By collecting and juxaposing bits of disparate material, I create my own order. The souvenirs of my travels have been a constant source of inspiration. I am fascinated with very small imagery and a great variety of materials and textures. All of this work is a form of narration, as I consider myself primarily a storyteller. "Everything can be used, but of course one doesn't know it at the time. How does one know what a certain object will tell another/" Joseph Cornell That unpredictable dialogue is the basis of my method and my faith. Elena Mary Siff ...

    Tim Holmes - A good work of art should be startling every time one sees it. Such a work begins a dialogue between the viewer and the art, and the more meaning that is implanted in the art, the deeper that dialogue can be. The value of any work of art is not in its price or its history, but in the inherent energy, its ability to act as a catalyst of responses in the viewer. Likewise, the most successful viewer is not one with the best education or the finest taste, but one who can respond to the work with the greatest sensitivity. Hopefully, my art provides no answers and removes no doubts. My intent, rather, is to ask tough questions - to comfort the afflicted and afflict the comfortable - to plunge the viewer into that wondrous process of dialogue. The interaction is usually not a verbal or even a conscious one, but often one that continues, at various levels of awareness, as long as the viewer and the artwork are within range of each other. (Incidentally, a similar dialogue occurs between me and each of my works, sometimes over a long period of time.) I believe every artist has a responsibility to ...

    Berit Nelson - My art reflects me; my ideas, my thoughts and my innermost struggles. As I go forth in life, I find inspiration everywhere.....in people, in places, in objects, but mostly in myself. What begins as an idea eventually grows into art, however I have discovered over the years that it is the process of getting there that I enjoy the most! My photography on the other hand, is another story. I enjoy taking pictures immensely and I have a good eye for it, and my real inspiration comes from that and that alone. I like seeing the final prints and remembering the journey I got to go on to get them! Sometimes the journey takes me far from home and other times I barely get out of the door but no matter where I end up, I usually find something beautiful to take a picture of!...

    Bruce Naigles - From a philosophical standpoint, all that we perceive in the world of form is an outer expression of an inner dynamic. Though my work is predominantly figurative, I find it to be the art of giving form to the formless; ideas, emotions, relationships, events. These are by their very nature intangible and essentially abstract, though they continually alter and effect our physical reality. We read them through our intuitive understanding of body language, much as snow blown about on a winter's day reveals the invisible movement and form of the wind. To 'clothe' these subliminal qualities in human figures and bring them forth in a sculpture, whether it be a simple figure inspired by a model's beauty or an allegory of our human condition, is the basic goal and driving force in my work. ...