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Discover 6,035 original painting artworks for sale between $1000 - $1999. Contemporary emerging artists: Franziska Turek, Ron Anderson, Raul Canestro Caballero, John Powell, C. Mari Pack, Jane Mcnichol, Walther Von Krenner, Jack Earley, Lou Posner, Sangeetha Bansal, James Hill, Daniel Clarke, Shelly Leitheiser, Carlos Pardo, Tom Lund-lack, Becky Soria, Judith Fritchman are exhibiting their affordable original art. You can buy artwork online and browse 209 pages for more originals at the end of this page. To view detailed information for any of these artworks click the image or browse the artist's portfolio website.


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Ron Anderson: 'Satin Doll', 2015 Oil Painting, Figurative.  Original oil painting by Ohio artist Ron Anderson. Painting entitled Satin Doll. Painting is priced and sold unframed. Buyer is responsible for all shipping fees, insurance costs and any applicable sales tax and duties. Artist reserves all rights to reproduction and copyright.        ...
, 2015
Figurative - Painting
12 x 24 inches (30.5 x 61.0 cm)
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Ron Anderson: 'Palm House in Summer', 2014 Oil Painting, Landscape. Original oil painting by artist Ron Anderson. Painting entitled Palm House in Summer. Painted en plein air at Franklin Park in Columbus, Ohio. Painting is priced and sold unframed. Buyer is responsible for all shipping fees, insurance costs and any applicable sales tax and duties. Artist reserves all rights to...
Landscape - Painting
20 x 16 inches (50.8 x 40.6 cm)
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Ron Anderson: 'Franklin Park Across The Way', 2014 Oil Painting, Landscape.  Original oil painting by Ohio artist Ron Anderson. Painting entitled Franklin Park Across The Way. Painted en plein air at Franklin Park in Columbus, Ohio. Painting is priced and sold unframed. Buyer is responsible for all shipping fees, insurance costs and any applicable sales tax and duties. Artist reserves all...
Landscape - Painting
20 x 16 inches (50.8 x 40.6 cm)
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Raul Canestro Caballero: 'SPRING', 2015 Oil Painting, Surrealism.  Spring2015 Oil on Linen ...
, 2015
Surrealism - Painting
46 x 33 cm (18.1 x 13.0 inches)
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John Powell: 'Cactus Spirit  front view ', 2015 Acrylic Painting, nature. From nature seriespainting is completedwatch for it on POD to order printsNATUREHUMAN BEINGSMy painting entitled Cactus Spirit was inspired by the Cactus Plantthe human element the eye is symbolic, human beings are organically connected to natureas living organism in harmonyif nature is disturbed, then, there is disharmony of existencei am ...
nature - Painting
5 x 3 inches (12.7 x 7.6 cm)
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Raul Canestro Caballero: 'MOON LIGHT', 2017 Oil Painting, Surrealism. Pintura al A3leo sobre lienzo de lino fino de gran calidad. Obra de arte original y exclusiva...
, 2017
Surrealism - Painting
50 x 61 cm (19.7 x 24.0 inches)
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C. Mari Pack: 'Tierra Misteriosa', 2013 Acrylic Painting, Abstract.      Original poured diptych acrylic painting. Deep tones, with contrasting black, white, turquoise and gold. All materials used are archival.     ...
Abstract - Painting
48 x 36 inches (121.9 x 91.4 cm)
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Jane Mcnichol: 'Bathouse', 2013 Oil Painting, Architecture.  This is a view of the Bathouse located next door to my Manhattan apartment ...
, 2013
Architecture - Painting
20 x 20 inches (50.8 x 50.8 cm)
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Jane Mcnichol: 'Six Flights Up', 2012 Oil Painting, Still Life.   This is a view to the East of my Manhattan apartment ...
Still Life - Painting
20 x 20 inches (50.8 x 50.8 cm)
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Jane Mcnichol: 'Vase Bowl Cup', 2012 Oil Painting, Still Life.   This is a still life painting of a vase, bowl and cup by my Brooklyn studio window ...
Still Life - Painting
24 x 30 inches (61.0 x 76.2 cm)
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Jane Mcnichol: 'Tulips By My Studio  Window', 2012 Oil Painting, Still Life.  This is a painting of a vase containing tulips by the window in my Brooklyn studio ...
Still Life - Painting
24 x 30 inches (61.0 x 76.2 cm)
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Walther Von Krenner: 'root and rocks', 2015 Ink Painting, Abstract Figurative.            monochrome Chinese style brush painting, essence of nature, abstract detail, black and white                                ...
Abstract Figurative - Painting
23 x 15 inches (58.4 x 38.1 cm)
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Walther Von Krenner: 'Forest Universe', 2015 Ink Painting, Abstract Figurative. monochrome Chinese style brush painting, essence of nature, abstract detail ...
Abstract Figurative - Painting
20 x 15 inches (50.8 x 38.1 cm)
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Jack Earley: 'Apache and Eagle Merge', 1999 Acrylic Painting, Indiginous.     This acrylic painting is of a Native American dancer depicting the passing over of a warrior into an eagle spirit. Acrylic on stretched canvas, it is preserved with high quality soluvar varnish.     ...
Indiginous - Painting
36 x 24 inches (91.4 x 61.0 cm)
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Lou Posner: 'Bottle of Muscadine Wine', 2010 Oil Painting, Vintage.  The label from this vintage of my muscadine wine got wet, and the colors ran. That event inspired this painting, which is small but mighty. ...
Vintage - Painting
8 x 20 inches (20.3 x 50.8 cm)
Sangeetha Bansal: 'Dance to the tune of my love', 2015 Oil Painting, People. Original oil painting of a woman dancing with an instrument. ...
People - Painting
22 x 28 inches (55.9 x 71.1 cm)
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James Hill: 'Skryrise', 2012 Oil Painting, Sky.       Original Oil Painting, Sunrise, Sunset, Ocean, Sky, Shoreline, Shore, Sea, Water, River, Clouds, Cloudscapes, morning, evening, red, yellow, orange, blue, green, light, power, God, Love, Energy      ...
, 2012
Sky - Painting
24 x 36 inches (61.0 x 91.4 cm)
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Daniel Clarke: 'Huntington Gardens', 2014 Acrylic Painting, Landscape.
Landscape - Painting
24 x 18 inches (61.0 x 45.7 cm)
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Shelly Leitheiser: 'Maelstrom', 2014 Acrylic Painting, Abstract Landscape.  Maelstrom is an abstract, wild and full of motion. It represents a storm. I leave the rest up to the viewers. ...
, 2014
Abstract Landscape - Painting
24 x 36 inches (61.0 x 91.4 cm)
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Daniel Clarke: 'Autumn Rhythms', 2014 Acrylic Painting, Landscape.  Autumn Rhythms is part of the Artists Oregon vision art series  ...
Landscape - Painting
15 x 20 inches (38.1 x 50.8 cm)
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Carlos Pardo: ' Subway II', 2005 Oil Painting, Cityscape.     Subway II Tempera & Oil on table 31 1/2 x31 1/2 inches   Metro II Temple al huevo y oleo S/ lienzo 80x80 cmscms ...
Cityscape - Painting
31 x 31 inches (78.7 x 78.7 cm)
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Carlos Pardo: 'Place the figures in the right place', 2008 Oil Painting, Cityscape.    Place the figures in the right place Oil on canvas 35 3/ 8 x 27 3/ 8 inches/ Oleo S/ lienzo 90x70x5 cms for a moment try to enter in the mind of painter. You see or imagine the cityscape, the people. . . but you must situate the figures on the...
Cityscape - Painting
35 x 27 inches (88.9 x 68.6 cm)
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Carlos Pardo: 'When we reach the future', 2007 Oil Painting, Cityscape.
Cityscape - Painting
36 x 25 inches (91.4 x 63.5 cm)
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Tom Lund-lack: 'Hare Running', 2014 Oil Painting, Undecided. The Hare, a part of British wildlife, rare generally but fairly common in East Anglia where I live. Speed and exceptional agility are potrayed in this piece. ...
Undecided - Painting
40 x 60 cm (15.7 x 23.6 inches)
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Becky Soria: 'Ascend', 2014 Acrylic Painting, Abstract Figurative.                            From the series
, 2014
Abstract Figurative - Painting
24 x 48 inches (61.0 x 121.9 cm)
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Becky Soria: 'Descend', 2014 Acrylic Painting, Abstract Figurative.                           From the series
, 2014
Abstract Figurative - Painting
36 x 48 inches (91.4 x 121.9 cm)
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Judith Fritchman: 'Rise', 2014 Oil Painting, Figurative.          Young girl lifts a delighted child up from the waves.       ...
, 2014
Figurative - Painting
16 x 36 inches (40.6 x 91.4 cm)
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Walther Von Krenner: 'Root Wood', 2014 Ink Painting, nature.     black and white Chinese Ink and brush paintings of a abstract root wood                          ...
, 2014
nature - Painting
26 x 22 inches (66.0 x 55.9 cm)
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John Powell: 'Futurist ', 2014 Acrylic Painting, Figurative. From futuristtime passes seriesThe symbol egg and eyes are evocative of the energy of lifethe egg symbolize a scale and the door of lifelife, is a scale that weights truththe eye is a symbol of life, it watches time as it passesthe woman is gazing into the future, not ...
, 2014
Figurative - Painting
5 x 2 inches (12.7 x 5.1 cm)
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Rita Levinsohn: 'Child Alone', 2014 Acrylic Painting, Children.   A child alone  ...
Children - Painting
30 x 40 inches (76.2 x 101.6 cm)
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    Franziska Turek - This painting is individual, without any compromise, it combinates the occurence with intuition. The pictures are intrinsic of a special magic, which is not intended or planned, its resulting out of the painting process. The organic impressioned spaces and worlds of this pictures lead to associations and they will contemplate the art of painting themselves, they open a fascinating spectrum of color, area, line, which combines to mythical compactness. ...

    Ron Anderson - Working as an illustrator and painter for more than 20 years, I have often utilized the figure in narratives to communicate the nature of the human condition. I give each of my characters a role in my paintings that plays out like a scene from a motion picture. Carefully scripted by a personal experience, these characters go about their lives like you and me. Many of my paintings depict tension or energy in some way. The tension is exhibited in an attitude, an action or in some activity on the canvas. The tension is either overt or more kinetic, but is almost palpable in each piece of artwork. The size of my paintings, along with some personal connection, pulls you into the canvas. The drag of an alto saxophone fills the room in one painting while the noise deafens you; the smoke chokes you. A fight breaks out in the corner of the room on another canvas while a pool hustler wins a round. The subjects are infinite. Henry O. Tanner, John Sloan, and George Bellows were masters at observing and translating these types of human conditions onto a canvas in oil. My technique, drawn from what I have observed ...

    Raul Canestro Caballero - Raul CaA+-estro Caballero was born in Ronda, one of the oldest and most historic Spanish cities, located in Andalusia a land where famous artists, writers and philosophers have found inspiration for their work. For many years he lived in Cantabria, a region in northern Spain whose wild mountains, sea and people influenced his personal quest for excellence and authenticity. During his youth, he made an adventurous trip to India that marked him deeply and fueled the process of self-reflection. The early artistic inquisitiveness developed by RAUL CANESTRO flourished in a family of artists and artisans painters, book illustrators, wood carvers and leather workers, but his paintings require more than innate talent they require hardwork, energy, effort, passion and above all, conviction. As a child, he enjoyed drawing and soon began to experiment with different textures and techniques such as oil, watercolor, ink, pyrography, colored pencil, as well as with different styles including cubism, realism, abstraction and surrealism. It was an ongoing effort to better himself and find new ways of expression twisting, destroying and re-building, creating new movements in Art that he calls A<< The Power of Form A>> in a constant search for improvement. Equilibrium, order and harmony...

    John Powell - Artist Statement This body of work comes from a community of ideas. My art evoke a dialogue, a message as a language I speak, to create peace in a cosmic dialogue. It speaks in the future tense in a context of time that evoke a feeling of aEUR~time passesaEURtm... The emotional and psychological content of my subject, the way the body expresses its emotion, it contextualizes the concepts of the duality of the meaning of the imagery. My style is an expression of my philosophy which becomes a language using, Post Modern, Expressionism, Latin American Tradition, Surrealism, and soft Classism. It expresses my deep awareness of global issues and is counterbalanced with my cultural heritage. My inspiration originates from lifenature, itaEURtms too spiritual to express. However, it is the same expressive energy as the work transfused between energies which awaken the realms of these energies and evoked them in dialogueaEUR| . I use a certain iconography, which becomes a language. My art has helped me to see that nothing on earth is solitary, all things are interlinked. The unique expression in my art, is an attitudelanguage of my style but is easily understood in itaEURtms emotion. My art Carries ...

    C. Mari Pack - I paint with the conviction that color can manipulate the mind; it can make the heart beat faster, whet the appetite, or spark a memory. Much of our reaction to color is subliminal, and we are generally unaware of its pervasive and seductive effects. The colors we see are invariably influenced by what we feel; therefore, we can never really separate what we see from what we know. Contrast and color are essential in my process. I start by selecting two or three colors; I work the canvas from all angles discovering new forms of composition through the use of movement and gravity. I push the paint to its chemical limit allowing it to mutate and evolve. My work is based on the fact that we have become imprinted with a reaction to colors, shapes, and patterns. Through the use of both color psychology and geology, and executed through chemistry I have created visual colorscapes that engage both the conscious and subconscious, provoking the audience to find imagery through movement. Everyone sees something different! What do you see?...

    Jane Mcnichol - What inspires me? Many things. Earlier in my career I was drawn to the post impressionists work - Cezanne, Matisse, and Bonnard. I was inspired by their Plen Air painting and I was drawn to the outside also. I had a French Easel, and daily packed my paints up and found my way to the closest arboretum or park to work directly from life. It was hard work but learning to interpret and paint the light directly from nature, while drawing inspiration from masters from the past was a great combination. A trip across country by car led me to the vast open spaces of the mid west. I found these vast open and very simple spaces to pare the observation of nature to its most basic elements. Living in New York City seemed to provide the opposite experience - very little sky and tall buildings blocking out the light. I moved my work into my studio on Williamsburg, Brooklyn and continued working on landscapes and still lifes. Working in my studio allowed my canvases to grow larger, being able to more deeply express the vastness of the landscape. I worked on series of paintings from Ireland and Provence. Still trying to ...

    Walther Von Krenner - Before I studied in Asia, Picasso and Gauguin had a great influence on my thinking. Later I admired the ideas and importance of Pollocks action painting. After 60 years of painting I believe I have found and created my own unique and personal style. I think art is about beauty and should not become entwined in politics and controversy. Empires have come and gone but beautiful things have survived most. To much of what passes for art these days is stuff that requires absolutely no skill, talent, taste or training and depends entirely on scandal, political statements and controversy. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Walther v. Krenner is well known in the United States, Europe and the Orient for his unique style of ink paintings. These works display a remarkable range, varying between delicate grace and outright earthiness, reflecting his years of study of Zen and his disarming sense of reality. Von Krenners successful works depend on his arduous discipline, careful observation of nature, strict control of the brush and his great sensitivity to living things. After many years of training, it has become possible for him to work swiftly, without accident or loss of detail, to achieve realistic effects which are most remarkable in ...

    Jack Earley - After writing for two decades, I was developing an idea that I knew could be better expressed as a painting. So in the mid-eighties I took up full-time a life-time passion: painting. My work is about inner energy; about, first of all, my own energy and internal balance, reinforced through the practice of yoga and tai chi. I sign the inner energy of the subject matter onto the canvas. I work with acrylics on canvas and sumi-e inks on rice paper. I also sculpt using wood, copper and leather. Along with focusing on the inner energy of my subject matter, I am constantly working with an awareness that humans have an ancient need to see form, be it in clouds or in chipped paint on a wall or in waving leaves. The ability to decipher forms is part of our oldest survival skills. Imagine the advantage of being able to quickly spot the approaching bear among the shifting shadows of trees. Imagine the advantage and the thrill. On many canvases, I create forms so the viewer "discovers" them in an uplifting act. Often, I give the paint its head in creating forms, like freeing a captured ...

    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 ...

    Sangeetha Bansal - I am a self taught artist, Public health dentist, a trained Indian classical dancer and love to express myself through my dance and art. I enjoy travel and have lived in different countries. During the course of my travels and work, I have had the privilege of interfacing with people across all levels of society, specially with women. I have heard their many stories. I have heard of their struggles, their joys, their beliefs, their love, their superstitions..and I have wanted to shareable of this. So, my work provides an emotional window to this beautiful creation - woman and is an ode to her. aEUR
    James Hill - My work explores the use of color and rhythm to create moving images that seek to provoke a particular mood or emotion by invoking a memory or moment that is meaningful to the viewer. My latest works include a study of the massive power inside thunderstorms and lightning strikes including a 6'x10' oil of a storm entitled "Tempest". These new paintings reflect the change in the weather patterns throughout our world thanks to global warming, which no well-educated person can deny these days. My paintings are intended to glorify God and the awe of creation, the universe, the stars and planets, and our own incredible Earthly skies and lands. My other works include Fantasy, Gothic, Steampunk and Science Fiction of Utopian design cities of the future that require no use of fossil fuels at all as I look to give humanity hope for a better future of free power and sustainable living on this planet as we look to preserve it and encourage the rebuilding of nature across the world as we are but shepherds of God's creation. ...

    Daniel Clarke - Daniel E. Clarke is a Los Angeles Native who has been painting his entire career in the Los Angeles area. His art education has included studying under the internationally famous Timothy Clark, UCLA Extension University, and Glendale College. He has explored both pictorial and abstract designs but is dedicated to a free flow of color and dynamic composition. Mr. Clarke has concentrated on the acrylic and watercolor medium, and paints on location in his Los Angeles based studio. He also maintains his paintings and sales in his own company called Berrypunch Gallery. ...

    Shelly Leitheiser - Art comes from my head and my heart. I care deeply about the environment and often do artwork expressing my interest in environmental topics. I also use my art work to tell stories and uncover truths. Water and paint are sometimes used but often I will use photography and digital painting programs to get the images I envision. I am a formally trained artist in fine art, and have recently left the world of painting realism as my interest in photography grows. Why should art and photography look the same? Now I do more impressionist art and also abstracts, many of them inspired by other worlds. The realistic painting I do these days is very contemporary. Art is a lot of work but it's also very rewarding for me when someone inquires further into the meaning of my art....

    Carlos Pardo - IN SHORT: INSPIRATION: Concious and unconcious perceptions, my background, all circunstances of my life, experiences, past and present, books and newspapers that I read, films, Internet aEUR|feelings, emotions and a fertile imagination sometimes, all them aid to weave a story that will change alongside the execution of a piece. In my opinion our tradition, for thousands of years, the Arts reflect the vision of a trascendent life beyond our tangible life. THEME: Unreal cityscapes let us a special kind of plasticity. The imagination and feelings are active agents that are modeling the perceptible reality. Transcendent and oniric themes entered and remain in my artwork. In my imaginary urban landscapes there are overlaid elements of towns he has visited, some imagined, and maybe dreamed, but all with a unique feminine soul. The Town is a mother, lover, or daughter of the actions, dreams and passions of those who dwell in them or recall them in the distance. It is an idea in which wander those who have been caught up in its infinite labyrinth. PROCESS: I usually have not idea about what I will show on the surface. There is a lack of a script or previous sketch. Forms are born...

    Tom Lund-Lack - I am an experienced artist whose work uses the power of imagination to find find the essence of the subject.A It is grounded in the need to celebrate life, and to portray the subject through the transforming power of colour and light. Arrangements of shape, line, pattern and colour are brilliant at conjuringA up powerful expressions, sometimes these can be dreamlike and at peace sometimes exciting and dramatic. My work does not always represent an actual moment, place or object in time, but they areA the result of a process of reflection, recollection and reinvention, a distillation of experience. Art is a very small word having the widest possible meaning appreciation is a subjective judgement and no artist or workA can please everyone.A My aim is to please at least some of you and I am very confident that this aspiration is achievable ...

    Becky Soria - "Subject matter in painting is merely the trigger that allows the expression of something more profound, unconscious and possibly hidden even from oneself, and therefore all inclusive, so viscerally immanent to humankind" ( R. Alonzo) Totems beyond Patriarchy" May 2014 Nature has been qualified as a female organic form by most ancient cultures, but for the last millennia or so, the world has been primarily perceived and shaped by the masculine side of the species. Our recent history however has seen a trend towards a natural reversion to a feminine bias, with women becoming increasingly more crucial to all aspects of society. These works serve to remind us about these issues and others that we continue to face the world while reinventing the female figure as an emblem for current conditions and a new Totem for the future. The juxtaposition between the representations of the animals and plants in compromised an ailing conditions and the female form that seems to swallow and revive the life- infused aspects of her creation, render a sense of hope for a future in which the maternal provides a healing force to an ailing planet. Signs. Symbols. Sentinels" February 2, 2013 The works of the present...

    Judith Fritchman - I cannot remember a time when I did not want to draw or paint. From my earliest childhood days I have found great joy in depicting my surroundings. Compelling images call out to be examined and expressed: a lone oak tree starkly outlined against a curve of corn stubble, a Cezanne-like arrangement of objects on a table as I walk through a room. But of all God's infinitely varied creations, it is the human face and form which most fascinates and humbles me; the possibility of capturing a fleeting aspect of humanity unique to that individual is an endlessly exciting pursuit. After studying at Beaver College, Cedar Crest College, and Lehigh University, I have also studied classical drawing and design for many years with Myron Barnstone at his studios in Coplay, Pennsylvania. There I have learned to examine the work of great artists of the past as instruction and inspiration. Knowing they have pursued similar interests is a gratifying experience, offering the potential for learning something new, and using it to express my own personal images, values, and emotions. It is my hope that each of my works will reflect, in some small way, a facet of the ...