Mixed Media Art

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Jorge Arcos, Randall Fox, Leyla Munteanu, Jeff Sass, Roberta Masciarelli, Obert Fittje, Guillermo Von Plocki, Dune Tencer, Philippe Jourdain, Katharina Eltringham, Leif Peterson, Michael Chomick, Balazs Buda, Zeratha Young, Ken Hillberry, B Malke offering original Mixed Media artworks.


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Jorge Arcos: 'Rebellion for freedom', 2014 Mixed Media, Abstract.     An abstract expressionist mixed media painting on canvas.  ...
Abstract - Mixed Media
21 x 27 inches (53.3 x 68.6 cm)
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Randall Fox: 'ENTARTETE KUNST', 2014 Mixed Media, Zeitgeist. THIS WORK WAS STARTEDIN 2013. Title:
Zeitgeist - Mixed Media
21 x 25 inches (53.3 x 63.5 cm)
Randall Fox: ' PERSISTENCE OF SACRED MEMORY FILED', 2006 Mixed Media, Culture.
Culture - Mixed Media
18 x 24 inches (45.7 x 61.0 cm)
Leyla Munteanu: 'Two red pins', 2013 Mixed Media, Abstract.     abstract, mixedmedia, . acrylic, yarn, large, strips, canvas, streched    ...
Abstract - Mixed Media
50 x 70 cm (19.7 x 27.6 inches)
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Jeff Sass: 'Pay Phone ', 2014 Mixed Media, Popular Culture.    A painting composed of multiple silver gelatin photographs.   ...
, 2014
Popular Culture - Mixed Media
8 x 24 inches (20.3 x 61.0 cm)
Roberta Masciarelli: 'The Wedding', 2013 Mixed Media, Figurative.  Mixed media, assemblage. Made 75% with found objects More views & info:
Figurative - Mixed Media
15.5 x 12.5 inches (39.4 x 31.8 cm)
Jeff Sass: '2 Speeders', 2014 Mixed Media, Popular Culture.   A painting composed of multiple silver gelatin photographs.  ...
, 2014
Popular Culture - Mixed Media
11 x 14 inches (27.9 x 35.6 cm)
Roberta Masciarelli: 'The Circus is coming', 2013 Mixed Media, Figurative.   Acrylics paintings on wood assembled withhardware. Made 70% with found objects More views & info:
Figurative - Mixed Media
30 x 11 inches (76.2 x 27.9 cm)
Jeff Sass: 'Typewriters', 2014 Mixed Media, Popular Culture.  A painting composed of multiple silver gelatin photographs. ...
Popular Culture - Mixed Media
30 x 12 inches (76.2 x 30.5 cm)
Roberta Masciarelli: 'Metropolis', 2013 Mixed Media, Abstract Figurative.  Mixed media: created with 80% of found objects plus hardware assemblageMore views & info:
, 2013
Abstract Figurative - Mixed Media
15 x 24 inches (38.1 x 61.0 cm)
Randall Fox: 'ERASED MEMORY OF 72 YOUNG BRITISH ARTISTS', 2014 Mixed Media, Zeitgeist.  DAMIAN FORMALDEHYDE THIS! : - )  ...
Zeitgeist - Mixed Media
12 x 16 inches (30.5 x 40.6 cm)
Obert Fittje: 'Blade in the Clouds', 2010 Mixed Media, Mystical.  First, the clouds and sky were painted in using oil paint and then silver gilding was used to create a blade- like object floating in the sky.                ...
Mystical - Mixed Media
18 x 24 inches (45.7 x 61.0 cm)
Guillermo Von Plocki: 'After2', 2014 Mixed Media, undecided.
, 2014
undecided - Mixed Media
100 x 100 cm (39.4 x 39.4 inches)
Dune Tencer: 'Cosmic Bird', 2012 Mixed Media, Abstract.   This is the second painting created with the found Asian papers. ...
Abstract - Mixed Media
25 x 30 inches (63.5 x 76.2 cm)
Dune Tencer: 'Rising', 2013 Mixed Media, Abstract.   Acrylic and paper on stretched canvas. This painting received its title when a friend thought it looked like the symbol for Rising.  ...
, 2013
Abstract - Mixed Media
40 x 30 inches (101.6 x 76.2 cm)
Dune Tencer: 'Nebula', 2013 Mixed Media, Abstract.  Acrylic and paper on stretched canvas. This painting received its title when a friend thought it looked like the symbol for Rising. ...
, 2013
Abstract - Mixed Media
40 x 30 inches (101.6 x 76.2 cm)
Philippe Jourdain: 'cruci fiction 5', 2010 Mixed Media, Abstract.
Abstract - Mixed Media
35 x 53 inches (88.9 x 134.6 cm)
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Katharina Eltringham: 'Conceptual Abundance in Toffee', 2014 Mixed Media, Abstract.              Acrylic on canvas with mixed mediums. Colors of gold, and toffee with hints of lavenders and violets. Textured. Embellished with a sprinkling of Swarovski crystals. Ready to hang.                   ...
Abstract - Mixed Media
16 x 20 inches (40.6 x 50.8 cm)
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Katharina Eltringham: 'Dancing in Gold ', 2014 Mixed Media, Abstract.             Acrylic on canvas with mixed mediums. Colors of gold, bronze and deep turquoise. Very textured with Swarovski crystals. Ready to hang.                  ...
Abstract - Mixed Media
14 x 18 inches (35.6 x 45.7 cm)
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Leif Peterson: 'Overture', 2013 Mixed Media, Figurative.   Nude Figure Female Erotic Gray Orange Purple Brown White Green Red Back Butt Abstract Expression Impressionism Colors Vibrant Woman Figurative Ab- Ex   ...
, 2013
Figurative - Mixed Media
30 x 40 inches (76.2 x 101.6 cm)
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Leif Peterson: 'Classified', 2013 Mixed Media, Figurative.  Nude Figure Female Erotic Gray Orange Purple Brown White Green Red Back Butt Abstract Expression Impressionism Colors Vibrant Woman Figurative Ab- Ex  ...
, 2013
Figurative - Mixed Media
30 x 50 inches (76.2 x 127.0 cm)
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Michael Chomick: 'doghouse', 2012 Mixed Media, Americana.       The work addresses the American association between blacks and whites since the initial encounter. Touching upon some of the keys issues during that timeline.   ...
, 2012
Americana - Mixed Media
64 x 32 inches (162.6 x 81.3 cm)
Balazs Buda: 'Before the Moulin Rouge', 2012 Mixed Media, Landscape.
Landscape - Mixed Media
146 x 114 cm (57.5 x 44.9 inches)
Zeratha Young: 'The Flock and the Messenger', 2014 Mixed Media, Science.
Science - Mixed Media
24 x 18 inches (61.0 x 45.7 cm)
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Ken Hillberry: 'fragmentation 1', 2014 Mixed Media, Abstract Figurative.  breaking, compartmentalized, sensuality  ...
Abstract Figurative - Mixed Media
24 x 30 inches (61.0 x 76.2 cm)
B Malke: 'My Fabulous Trees 8', 2013 Mixed Media, Life.             Tree of life mixed media including Ink and Acrylic             ...
Life - Mixed Media
35 x 22 cm (13.8 x 8.7 inches)
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B Malke: 'My Fabulous Trees 8', 2013 Mixed Media, Life.            Tree of life mixed media including Ink and Acrylic            ...
Life - Mixed Media
35 x 22 cm (13.8 x 8.7 inches)
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B Malke: 'My Fabulous Trees 7', 2014 Mixed Media, Life.           Tree of life mixed media including Ink and Acrylic           ...
Life - Mixed Media
35 x 22 cm (13.8 x 8.7 inches)
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B Malke: 'My Fabulous Trees', 2014 Mixed Media, Life.          Tree of life mixed media including Ink and Acrylic          ...
Life - Mixed Media
35 x 22 cm (13.8 x 8.7 inches)
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B Malke: 'My Fabulous Trees 6', 2014 Mixed Media, Life.         Tree of life mixed media including Ink and Acrylic         ...
Life - Mixed Media
35 x 22 cm (13.8 x 8.7 inches)
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    Jorge Arcos - "My art is an expression overflowing, of how I perceive the world. The pallet is usually colorful and with uncontrollable ways, that are merged into an incontrollable world of organic forms. Thanks to my Hispanic heritage, coming from a fully cultural rooted country, my work shows lively and energetic, strong and obsessive. Looking at a world, that it is full of nuances and changes, my focus comes from inner feeling about life. Trough a journey of learning path, my work conveys self-discovery and evolution, communicating to the viewer, my personal viewing and perception of the world around me; quieting mind, and carrying my ideals trough colors and shapes, eluding conformity and traditionalism". "I am an artist because I was born to be one. I couldn't live if I wasn't one. I am alive because I paint. It feeds my soul. My motive to paint is to live and to express every moment of my life and the simple fact of being alive". ...

    Randall Fox - I am interested in making visual statements about the interaction of time, history, cultures, memory, intellect, intuitions, experiences and the spiritual, in and on the human creative process. "inherent in all manifest in the few" Born: 1960 Education: Bachelor of Science Degree, Industrial Technology (Technical Management) California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo A.S. Degree Canada Collage, Redwood City, California (General Engineering-Pre Med.) Other: Art History/Art Studies - Stanford University, Palo Alto California Collected in: United States, Holland, Norway, Puerto Rico, Germany, Mexico, England, Brazil ...

    Leyla Munteanu - ARTIST'S STATEMENT Leyla Munteanu I have always felt a special connection with textural surfaces and the human figure. The beauty and strength in human features was a preferred subject in my work. Now I am focusing on the nostalgic. My love for the human figure has evolved into an interest in what they leave behind. Human marks left on objects and surfaces over time become more important than representation of the people who made the marks. I find my inspiration in immediate surroundings, and I hope that my work will lead the viewer to see the beauty that I see. First impressions are everything. Most often my depictions of those experiences are simply my way of saying "you should see what I saw!" Each piece has special meaning to me, which will not necessarily be the same meaning the viewer may attach to it. Art tells us something about ourselves and my work is the world as I see it, a world that brings back memories. I grew up in Bucharest Romania, a town marked by a long history; every place was worn by time or human nature. I'm still amazed by my memories of these places. All ...

    Jeff Sass - The past shapes my view of the present. I find my images in iconic things of yesterday and try to re-imagine them for a contemporary audience. As an artist that uses photography as a primary means of expression, I believe that the historical processes are even more significant to contemporary art than they were years ago. Today they are aesthetic choices, the means to an end. I use historic processes and combine them with modern techniques to create compelling images that make a statement about our culture. I want my current work to redefine what is considered a photographic image and how the viewer engages with a photograph. ...

    Roberta Masciarelli - My art is about spaces that I sense, places that I like to travel to in my imagination. These spaces stay hovering in my mind until they take shape, piece by piece. They have to become real. Sometimes it take days, and sometimes months -- it doesn't matter. What matters is my task to make them concrete and to be shared with the viewer - other eyes and minds which will bring different interpretations. After all, it is always in the eyes of the beholder. ...

    Obert Fittje - In addition to the mythology of our culture, we all have certain experiences, expressions and images that have deep personal significance and meaning. These form the foundation of our personal mythology. Some of us have richer and more elaborate personal mythologies than others. Recently I came to the realization that I was mainly painting the images of my own personal mythology. I am self taught as a painter and after painting for eleven years, I consider that to my advantage as the icons of my mythology are rarely something out there in the material world. My paintings lie somewhere between the presence and the absence of an identifiable image. It would have been a waste of time for me to have spent years learning the techniques to make my paintings look realistic because the subjects of my mythology are mostly imaginary. I do not go outside to nature to find the subjects of my paintings, but rather I paint inside using my imagination and the images of my personal mythology. As a retired professional psychologist, I have been trained in the use of projective tests such as the Rorschach Inkblots where the observer is presented with purposely-vague images. The ...

    Guillermo Von Plocki - I always thought that art can transform people, first to transform me, I made a person more sensitive to nature and others. I think if transformation begins with us, we are an example to others, and each day more, especially as a teacher, an example had to exercise even greater. Painting is my way of expression and thus everything and lived and observed, as well as my experiences. I hope you like them so fascinated me as having painted. ...

    Dune Tencer - I have been told that I need to find a style, a theme, or a signature look to my art. Well I have. I love painting the landscapes of America's Southwest and my home state of Texas. I love painting the texture, color and size. Now that being said I find painting abstract and inks very freeing, relaxing and the inks are just down right fun. On occasion the canvas has a mind of its own and a painting just wants out. A good example of this can be found in the Geisha. My daughter challenged me to paint a really big painting. I had a roll of canvas, 8 feet long and 4 feet wide. Overwhelmed by the size I threw on some black paint and some red paint, spread it around. I then hung it from the ceiling of the studio and stepped back. There she was all I had to do was the finishing embellishment and 45 minutes later there stood the "GEISHA". This is not the sort of thing that happens often but what fun when it does. I hope you enjoy seeing my art as much as I do making it. Thank you. ...

    Katharina Eltringham - I begin with color or texture, adding layers as the personality of the piece speaks to me. My art beckons a closer look and I urge you to reach out and feel it. Life, like art demonstrates that although we may meet thousands of people in our lifetime, it is only when we take the time to appreciate the texture of their being that they become truly beautiful. The use of acrylic paints, as well as gesso, papers, fabrics, embellishments, stones, metals and unconventional tools offer endless possibilities and an intimacy between artist and audience....

    Leif Peterson - Artist Statement In making artwork a part of myself, and in making that art reflect who I am, I have gone through many questions about what my senses of art and self are and should be. What makes me who I am? What do I value? What is my complexion? What drives me as a human being? These are the essential questions which I answer for myself through art. My artwork describes desire, beauty, love restrained by fear, anger, anxiety, aggression. These are the dominant forces that inhabit my psyche. As man I find beauty in the female figure. But along with desire, it invokes an uncertainty, a foreignness that brings fear and all of its inherent reactions. These conflicting emotions are who I am. And they are manifest in my work. I've struggled with the seemingly single-mindedness of my work, but I can't get away from the fact that these are the thoughts and feelings that drive me through a life which seems to lack purpose. Through my artwork, I am able to give meaning to the basic instinctual processes that course through the passages in my body and mind. My artwork is a reflection of ...

    Michael Chomick - Being a figurative artist, my work over the past 20 years has encompassed a variety of mediums, i.e.: printmaking, mixed media sculptures, small upto mural-sized oil paintings, acrylic/bas-relief paintings, ink or graphite drawings, and constructions with various objects; all the while maintaining a strong focus on a singular theme - Exploration of the "Human Condition". The works dare to ask, in sometimes simple or complicated terms, the question of what this "Human Conditiion" is. And via the works already completed in various genres and media, the viewer is compelled to search within or externally for the answers of such queries. The genesis, or the root of the works, often stem from a point of inquiry that I wish to convey tangibly for the viewer so that they may, if driven to, pose a dialogue within themselves in the offshoot towards their own personal advancement. Being that life can gravitate in the direction of complicacy and varietal issues, so does the body of works that I have produced over the past 2 decades employing various mediums. The delving into the different media has not only kept it fresh for me as an artist, but also serves to point...

    Balazs Buda - The painter Balazs BUDA constantly trying to capture the Beautiful and enter only the good in life. He finds it everywhere, in everything that surrounds himA people, nature, the environmentA and he shares it with his art. Born into a family of scientists, his interest quickly turned to the sciences of life and, early on, he felt the need to not only study this life, but express, embody and also make it speak. His Teacher Training of Fine Arts and Biology, clearly demonstrates that double will. He teaches both disciplines in schools in Hungary and France, then makes a break of a few years in the world of fashion in Paris. After this, he devoted himself entirely to painting. His works are painted with the traditional technique of oil painting. He grabbed all the well-known subjects, be it portraits, objects or landscapes, with a different look and a good touch of his own. These works are never part of a serie or sequence, because he considers each painting as unique, their realization requires a different approach. Creation is always a struggle of expression, but at the same time learning the technique and the intrinsic nature of things. Balazs Buda...

    Zeratha Young - As an artist, teacher, herbalist, permaculturist and gardener I am constantly inspired by the natural and social beauty of my home place in Portland, O.R. I live in the SE with my husband, plant family, two ridiculously cute dogs and five super cuddly kitties. Some of my inspirations are social/political/environmental issues, tentacles and creatures of all sorts, the cosmos and outer space, mandalas, stories and narratives, the Tarot, plants, traveling, music, physics and the mystical. I dabble in all types of mediums and formats including but not limited to: acrylic, watercolor and water-soluble media, pens and pencils of all types and colors, paper, sculpture, assemblage, mixed media, metal, collage and much more. My artwork is often allegorical utilizing symbolism, images and sometimes text. I strive to assist the viewer in exploring and attaining a heightened awareness of social, political or environmental issues and the cultural narratives we carry around with us. I like to create an aesthetic portal through which the viewer is invited to take a journey exploring the inner and outer landscape of the subject matter. I am very inspired by the textures, connections, patterns and physics to be found in the natural and ...

    Ken Hillberry - In art and in life, dynamics of balance, integrity and tolerant interaction of all elements or participants ought to be see, experienced and maintained. At the same time, the challenge of affecting this balance is creatively encountering all changes and adapt accordingly. For some, the destination or pre-determined outcomes are sought more often than not. Then there are some who savor the journey, thus witnessing and enjoying developments along the way. I fall into the latter category. It's like watching the film develop in a darkroom. the image takes form a little at a time right before my eyes. The creative process, for me, is void of pressure and timeless. The ability and practice and discipline are central in my approach. My creative intent is to engage a viewer in thought and emotion, as well as, with their eyes. Using imagination, retrospect or model, my range of composition can be conceptual, perhaps impressionistic or abstract in application, but always developed to evoke an awareness and appreciation for the relative conditions in life experience and art form as I incisively or playfully interpret my experiences along the way. ...

    Ken Hillberry -