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Discover 2,571 original painting artworks for sale between $5000 - $10000. Contemporary emerging artists: Maciej Hoffman, Austen Pinkerton, Lou Posner, Donna Gallant, Ron Ogle, Dave Martsolf, Hope Brooks, Noel Stavropoulos, Daniel Clarke, Ko Bhamra, Luise Andersen, Yoli Salmona, Bridget Busutil, Asbjorn Lonvig are exhibiting their affordable original art. You can buy artwork online and browse 89 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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Maciej Hoffman: 'dance', 2011 Oil Painting, undecided.
, 2011
undecided - Painting
210 x 170 cm (82.7 x 66.9 inches)
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Maciej Hoffman: 'sunset', 2009 Oil Painting, undecided.
, 2009
undecided - Painting
160 x 160 cm (63.0 x 63.0 inches)
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Maciej Hoffman: 'adolescence', 2010 Oil Painting, undecided.
undecided - Painting
210 x 170 cm (82.7 x 66.9 inches)
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Austen Pinkerton: 'THE BAY', 2011 Acrylic Painting, Other.   LANDSCAPE ...
, 2011
Other - Painting
30 x 24 inches (76.2 x 61.0 cm)
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Lou Posner: 'The Tale of the Priest of the Nun', 2003 Oil Painting, Religious. Real title=The Nun' s Priest' s Tale ( a reference to Chaucer. )  An artist friend befriends two nuns and learns a lot about life.  Dog observes. Sour- puss passes judgment. ...
Religious - Painting
20 x 16 inches (50.8 x 40.6 cm)
Austen Pinkerton: 'Elephants', 2009 Acrylic Painting, Animals.
, 2009
Animals - Painting
32 x 24 inches (81.3 x 61.0 cm)
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Austen Pinkerton: 'The Paradise Garden', 1987 Acrylic Painting, Landscape.
Landscape - Painting
36 x 48 inches (91.4 x 121.9 cm)
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Lou Posner: 'Unraked Walnuts', 1999 Oil Painting, Landscape.  An artist friend of mine complained that he had no time to paint because there were so many unraked walnuts in his yard.  Framed in natural oak. ...
Landscape - Painting
18 x 14 inches (45.7 x 35.6 cm)
Donna Gallant: 'lily', 2008 Oil Painting, Floral.  Larger than life, this piece is a part of Donna' s series UP CLOSE AND PERSONNEL.  Soft blue hues accented against the contrasting background and the white petals, makes this piece very calm but the size can be over whelming.  It was created on 9 - 16 x 20, to be...
, 2008
Floral - Painting
60 x 40 inches (152.4 x 101.6 cm)
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Ron Ogle: 'Ms Swafford', 2008 Oil Painting, Portrait. When you no longer compulsively label things, when you let go of attachment to your story, you become alive to the present moment. Presence arises and replaces the conceptual sense of self. [ Eckhart Tolle ]...
Portrait - Painting
18 x 30 inches (45.7 x 76.2 cm)
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Dave Martsolf: 'The Last Supper', 1983 Oil Painting, Christian. The Last Supper viewed from the eyes of Christ.  The man seated at the end of this modern- dress table once repeated to me the old saying, Walk a mile in a mans shoes before you judge him.  martsol, oil, painting, Jesus, Christ, Christian, Last Supper, apostles, bread...
Christian - Painting
72 x 52 inches (182.9 x 132.1 cm)
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Dave Martsolf: 'Surface Tension', 1983 Oil Painting, Representational. Art critic Clement Greenberg had a great thesis about modernism flattening the canvas and moving away from the grand illusion of depth.  Surface Tension supports that notion and denies it at the same time.  Can you see the flat surfaceI am playing with the theme that reality can be illusion ...
Representational - Painting
78 x 48 inches (198.1 x 121.9 cm)
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Hope Brooks: 'poem Painting III', 1971 Other Painting, Life.  Poem Painting III uses writing as its image and there are six paintings in the series.   This painting is a poem by Meng Chaio from the late Tang period of Chinese poetry, titled
Life - Painting
24 x 24 inches (61.0 x 61.0 cm)
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Noel Stavropoulos: 'Aphotic Zenith', 2008 Oil Painting, Abstract Figurative.
Abstract Figurative - Painting
28 x 40 inches (71.1 x 101.6 cm)
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Noel Stavropoulos: 'Perpetual Prism', 2007 Oil Painting, Abstract Figurative.
Abstract Figurative - Painting
28 x 40 inches (71.1 x 101.6 cm)
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Daniel Clarke: 'Untitled California Coast Scene', 2008 Acrylic Painting, Landscape.  Untitled California Coast Scene is part of the Artist's California Scenes series of paintings. ...
Landscape - Painting
48 x 24 inches (121.9 x 61.0 cm)
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Hope Brooks: 'Mountain Series No  6', 1973 Other Painting, Abstract Landscape.   This painting talks about the mountains that are so much a feature of the Jamaican landscape.  Completed in 1973 this painting was one of eight paintings on this theme.  It is not a representational  but rather tries to capture  the essence of the Blue Mountain Range as seen from the...
Abstract Landscape - Painting
28 x 24 inches (71.1 x 61.0 cm)
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Ko Bhamra: 'Field of Flowers ', 2004 Oil Painting, Abstract.
Abstract - Painting
36 x 18 inches (91.4 x 45.7 cm)
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Noel Stavropoulos: 'Celestial Equator', 2007 Oil Painting, Surrealism.
Surrealism - Painting
20 x 28 inches (50.8 x 71.1 cm)
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Luise Andersen: 'INTENSE  Is beautiful Just urged to make more so Dec Thirty ', 2008 Acrylic Painting, Other.  JUST COULD NOT FOR SOME REASON LEAVE IT. . NOTICED, URGE OF TOUCH I COULD NOT REFUSE. . REACHED FOR MY WHITES, REDS, AND ORANGE. . YELLOWS. . NOT THE BLUE HUES. . WORKED INTENSELY. . DETAILED. VERY MUCH SO. CRISP, CLEAR. . BROUGHT MORE INTO VIEW, WHAT CORE FELT AND MIND CONNECTED THIS TIME AGAIN . CHALLENGE...
Other - Painting
24 x 24 inches (61.0 x 61.0 cm)
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Ron Ogle: 'THE VERONESE MADONNA', 2007 Oil Painting, Religious. [ [ And now here is my secret, a very simple secret; it is only with the heart that one can see rightly, what is essential is invisible to the eye. - Antoine De Saint- Exupery ] ] Above is    my oil on canvas version of a detail of MADONNA AND CHILD WITH ST. ELIZABETH...
Religious - Painting
12 x 16 inches (30.5 x 40.6 cm)
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Noel Stavropoulos: 'Depth of Soul', 2006 Oil Painting, Surrealism.  A journey within the colors of the soul. ...
Surrealism - Painting
24 x 28 inches (61.0 x 71.1 cm)
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Yoli Salmona: ' All hands taken something is cooking', 2004 Oil Painting, Portrait.  A woman' s task. . . This is a self portrait of my daily life, inspired by a small sketch by an unknown Australian artist.My grey cat wouldn' t stay in place, each time I stepped away to photograph her, she followed me. . . So I painted my white cat...
Portrait - Painting
102 x 102 cm (40.2 x 40.2 inches)
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Ko Bhamra: 'Untitled', 2006 Oil Painting, Abstract.
, 2006
Abstract - Painting
30 x 40 inches (76.2 x 101.6 cm)
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Luise Andersen: 'FENETRE D ESPRIT', 2006 Acrylic Painting, Other. AVAILABLE THROUGH CAMAVER KUNSTHAUS INTERNATIONAL GALLERY, ITALY. ONE OF MY ACRYLIC MASTERWORK OF THE MIGNON SERIES. AS YOU KNOW, EXHIBITED AND ADMIRED BY UNCOUNTABLE ART APPRECIATORS IN SOLO SHOW, ADAM AND EVE GALLERY, IN PARIS, FRANCE- -  December 2006. AS WELL AS IN  HISTORIC ANCIENT CESI PALACE,AQUASPARTA, UMBRIA, ITALY. . DURING  ...
Other - Painting
24 x 36 inches (61.0 x 91.4 cm)
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Bridget Busutil: 'African mask 3', 2007 Acrylic Painting, Abstract Figurative.  the spirituality of African masks.pigments with binder on canvas ...
Abstract Figurative - Painting
75 x 150 cm (29.5 x 59.1 inches)
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Asbjorn Lonvig: 'watch your mouse', 2007 Acrylic Painting, Abstract.  Yellow cat looking down - with the text
Abstract - Painting
139 x 139 cm (54.7 x 54.7 inches)
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Asbjorn Lonvig: 'Pri Dana 25 Years', 2007 Acrylic Painting, Abstract.  Pri- Dana is a major Printed Circuit Board Manufacturer. The key- competencies are fine- line and ultra- thin multilayer PCBs.Pri- Dana celebrates its 25 years anniversary. Do you see 2 and do you see 5? ...
Abstract - Painting
139 x 139 cm (54.7 x 54.7 inches)
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Asbjorn Lonvig: 'PriDana 25 Years', 2007 Acrylic Painting, Abstract.  Pri- Dana is a major Printed Circuit Board Manufacturer. The key- competencies are fine- line and ultra- thin multilayer PCBs.Pri- Dana celebrates its 25 years anniversary. Do you see 2 and do you see 5? ...
Abstract - Painting
139 x 139 cm (54.7 x 54.7 inches)
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Bridget Busutil: 'Mermaid2', 2006 Encaustic Painting, Abstract Figurative.  Encaustic on wood.Follow leavingThis Mermaid reflects her sadness of leaving.  She is bent under the weight of the suffering, , , , ...
, 2006
Abstract Figurative - Painting
60 x 50 inches (152.4 x 127.0 cm)
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    Maciej Hoffman - First there is always a concept, an idea. Sometimes, I have an impression that the painting is painting itself, an intuition is guiding me while painting. The subjects which interest me result from my experience, from everyday life, from the everyday problems, and the issues that puzzle us throughout the years, forming our way of looking at the world, changing us. My observations are directed to catch the moments of tension, drama, and the clashes in the everyday life. I am formally interested in contrasts of textures, colors and the means of presentation. Sometimes, one line or one spot influences the entire painting. If there is no feeling of suspense, it means that it is not done yet. I like to work at a fast rate, I paint as if I were throwing out of me a painting hidden inside. In painting, I appreciate the courage of opinion and the freedom in the means of expression. I do not like decorativeness and submission to trends or fashion. I do not place emphasis on means of expression or artistic techniques &...

    Austen Pinkerton - Artists Statement Austen Pinkerton If I turn my mind to it very quickly I can come up with several ideas for works aEUR|paintings, drawings, or sculptures. Sometimes ideas come to me when I least expect it, or when my mind is on other things. Ideas can be related to my current experiences, or to my feelings about things that are happening to me in my life at that particular time. Alternatively they can be related to a current interest, or something that occupies my attention at that moment, and my ideas and feelings about which Id like to share with others. A lot of my work is autobiographicalaEUR|either directly or indirectly, consciously or subconsciously. It is frequently very personal, and expresses events or circumstances or experiences in my life. I usually work in either Acrylic on Canvas, Crayon or Pastel, or both together, with Gouache, on card, Drawing in pencil, or Ink, or both, or with creating SculptureaEUR|for which I use fired artists clay. Sculpture follows a completely different set of rules and values from two-dimensional art, obviously, I think of it as Drawing in three dimensions and I take this into account when creating mine. In...

    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 ...

    Donna Gallant - Art is a daily routine in my life. I see, hear, taste, feel and smell the life that surrounds me and I am inspired by the simplest aspects of this world. Whether it be the way the light hits an object or the way objects or forms move in space. I find it all so fascinating and alive. I try to portray these experiences and expressions through my art making....

    Donna Gallant - Dave Martsolf - Dave Martsolf Dave Martsolf was born in 1949 in Kansas, moved to Western Pennsylvania in early childhood and at age 12 moved to New Hampshire where he resides today. MartsolfaEURtms father and grandfather were architects and his mother a professional photographer. Martsolf attended MIT and later UNH where he earned a degree in Fine Arts. His early work was influenced by the great masters and others such as the post-impressionists Miro, Matisse, Kandinsky, Klee, Picasso, and the surrealist Salvador Dali. Architectural instincts developed due to his close association with architecture in his youth. DaveaEURtms focus has been in visual arts his entire life. His style extends from realism to surrealistic to fantasy and abstraction. His work uses the mediums of oils, watercolors, inks and pencils, to the more technically-oriented media of computer-based art. Beginning in the late 80aEURtms Martsolf spent productive time with the tools of Bryce, Poser, KaiaEURtms Power Tools, and similar photo editing and photo manipulation products. He was creator, owner and artistic director of Damsel Software Group in the 1990aEUR2s as a producer and manufacturer of original content screen savers. Today, Dave has returned to handmade art. He continues ...

    Hope Brooks - I am often asked the question what is my work about which is a little like being asked what is life about because in art as in life each person must bring their own experience and provide their own answers. Quite simply my work is about life and the enigma that surrounds existence. I make reference to specific experiences or draw on visual reality to act as a frame to the broader content and people bring their own interpretations as well. When I began painting in the 60's I was focused on talking about natural phenomena that I found around me in Jamaica, such as the sea, the mountains, or the moon but I was also trying to find a language that expressed the essence of that place I called home. In 1980 I travelled to Baltimore USA and my visual surroundings changed completely. This city had none of the natural landscape but it had beautiful stained glass windows and during my year at the Maryland Institute I produced a large body of work called "Windows". This included prints as well as paintings of the secular as well as the ecclesiastical windows. Someone looking at the work once said ...

    Noel Stavropoulos - There is great power being an artist. They have influenced and recorded every culture's histories. Much of our knowledge of ancient and modern history today is taken from artifacts (art-i-facts). To have the ability to translate the growth of our civilization today is a gift. I want to give future generations tangible evidence from their history to contemplate and compare to the world we built for them, all the good times as well as the bad. They may learn from our mistakes and take the human race another step in the eternal journey of progression toward "Unity." I seek exhibitions in different countries and cities around the world. This allows me to see how wide, or limited my visual vocabulary really is. Not just from one cultural point of view, but from the masses of the Earth, the people. I then learn from the "Earth's Public" what ideas to expand or abandon. However, in the end, I am still the one who decides the direction of my works. When I create works I am conscious of the world around, so political and social undertone is imminent. I don't think about this while I'm working...

    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. ...

    Ko Bhamra - The most beautiful part is that it invents itself. Simultaneoulsy, it re-invents us. The most intriguing part is that it is re-occuring: continuously becoming - therefore necessarily evolving and revealing. It is shameless because it reveals itself through us without permission, without the necessity of qualification and without the consent of choice. It is bold because it will simply arrive. Its existence is self-sustaining because its essence transcends us. It hungers only for our presence. When its passion beings to dance-we become its frenzy. When we dance in its frenzy we become its fantasy. When the energy becomes synergy-we transmit chaotic bursts. These bursts fuse into pulses that emanate and illuminate the impulses and intuitions that guide us. The visions are moments that actually exist. They transcend time so they are actual glimpses of a timelessness. When we free ourselves to submission we become one with creation. It is here that art and life merge and become one and the same moment. It is here that art will breathe with us and inform us of itself and ourselves. It's like magic. Art. Art is like magic. KKB 1999...

    Luise Andersen - Luise'Mignon' Andersen Luise'Mignon' Andersen has only recently begun to reveal her lifes work. Soon after her debut she exploded onto the mainstream art world. Her breathtaking pieces have captured international interest. The stories Luise'Mignon' is telling through her truly deep, layered works seem to decipher the past and foretell the future, perhaps sharing her window to other dimensions and a seventh sense. Her detailed acrylic'Mignon' series speaks to the beholder. They inspire raw emotion and ignite ones imagination. The indescribable nature of the "Duree De Ma Vie" in particular has a growing portion of the art community considering it the conception of an entirely new style. By Maxi c)2006 Guided Through Inner Mind- Intuition- Mental Imagery- I Create The Final Of What I Am Consciously Not Aware Of.. That I Want...... Need... With Each Completed Painting... Eye Of Core Gains a Glimpse Of My Tomorrow.... c) LA I crave.. painting...drawing... sculpting... writing... Like re-inventing my life... my purpose... myself.. .Gives me a direction.. the courage to look at myself ..and find'ME' there... At least for the duration of creating.. ....and once I collect these shards of my core within colors, shapes... form...

    Yoli Salmona - I paint to capture an experience, a feeling, and strive to share it through colour, form, and light. AERIAL LANDSCAPES It's a different beauty from the air, more poignant and more objective in its apparent immobility. Whether formal or natural, the landscapes seen from the air become become more abstract. I can playfully re-order and move around details and elements of reality- mostly trees and shadows- like tesserae in a mosaic. PORTRAITS To portray is for me to express an unequivocal presence, a feeling for an actual person. Sometimes, there can be an ambivalence, an invitation to a question, particularly fascinating when painting young people. For me, a successful portrait has an element of timelessness, while revealing something about the subject's present circumstance. BACKGROUND Born in France, I was a child who was drawing all the time. But for various reasons, I was unable to attend Art school growing up, and became a clothes/costume designer for ten years before studying (section Communication Visuelle) at the Paris Ecole Nationale Superieure des Arts Decoratifs. My aim then was to reach a wide audience trough Print, and Paris Art Publisher Flammarion gave me the first of a...

    Bridget Busutil - Bridget Busutil,google22976108fdd647b3.html Powered by View my page on Peacemaker Institute ARTIST STATEMENT. Art is a way of Life My life is about Art and reflects the multicultural diversity in which I was raised. I favour projects that mix Arts and multiculturalism and are interdisciplinary. I think that as an artist my world is not limited to an aesthetical dimension. Hopefully it goes beyond, through engaging a dialogue with the viewer that proposes discovery, criticism and reflection. Through my work I am offering the discovery of several worlds packed up in layers as in my encaustic, a sort of journey of self-discovery, as well as discovery of i?1/2the otheri?1/2 with the respect for cultural differences. The necessity is to succeed in viewing these differences as contributions to our own cultures and understand the wealth they have to offer. When I paint or teach students to draw a linei?1/2, I am aware of reaching out for a world without frontiers. Technically I wish to bridge the past to the present and show that there is a continuity in life experience that only artists are capable of showing. Keyword Optimizer ...