Paintings For Sale - Price Range: $900 - $999

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Discover 979 original painting artworks for sale between $900 - $999. Contemporary emerging artists: Alessa Vasco, Ana Dapuzzo, Fanny Diaz, Jerry Sauls, Melanie Williamson, Bob Gammage, Sossella Gilberto, Terry Zarate, Evert Schut, Maria Teresa Fernandes, Ana Maria Hidalgo, Kasia Blekiewicz, Veronica Shimanovskaya, Animesh Roy, Mima Stajkovic, Louise Weinberg, Lawrence Buttigieg, Donald Harter, Gustavo Estrada, Beverly Furman, Stephen Powell, Wayne Montecalvo, Jonathan Benitez are exhibiting their affordable original art. You can buy artwork online and browse 34 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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Ana Dapuzzo: 'Light in a tunel', 2009 Acrylic Painting, Abstract Figurative.
Abstract Figurative - Painting
63 x 62 inches (160.0 x 157.5 cm)
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Fanny Diaz: 'SINUOUS CURVES II', 2009 Oil Painting, nudes.
nudes - Painting
32 x 32 inches (81.3 x 81.3 cm)
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Jerry Sauls: 'American Bald Eagle', 2006 Oil Painting, Wildlife.  This gallant and proud creature, a symbol of America's freedom, dominates the canvas with his wings spread wide as he approaches his intended perch. ...
Wildlife - Painting
20 x 24 inches (50.8 x 61.0 cm)
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Melanie Williamson: 'Changing Tides', 2008 Other Painting, Abstract Landscape.
Abstract Landscape - Painting
70 x 70 cm (27.6 x 27.6 inches)
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Melanie Williamson: 'Gullane Beach', 2008 Other Painting, Abstract Landscape.
Abstract Landscape - Painting
70 x 70 cm (27.6 x 27.6 inches)
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Bob Gammage: 'Belmore Park Blues', 2009 Acrylic Painting, Music.  one of 4 canvas's Painted live during the Australian Blues Awards at Goulburn 2009.it is signed on the reverse by HOMEBREW the band performing in the park. ...
Music - Painting
115 x 85 cm (45.3 x 33.5 inches)
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Sossella Gilberto: 'fiore', 2004 Acrylic Painting, Abstract Figurative.   discounted...
, 2004
Abstract Figurative - Painting
40 x 50 cm (15.7 x 19.7 inches)
Terry Zarate: 'Fall Morning', 2008 Oil Painting, Seasons.
Seasons - Painting
36 x 24 inches (91.4 x 61.0 cm)
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Evert Schut: 'Changing Tundra', 2009 Oil Painting, Abstract Landscape.  Here, somewhere in the Russian Tundra Google Earth lets you see how the river has changed course countless times, leaving all sorts of slowly dissapearing scars in the landscape. Really wild and another great startingpoint for a painter to just let his brush do the painting. The result may apear...
Abstract Landscape - Painting
50 x 50 cm (19.7 x 19.7 inches)
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Maria Teresa Fernandes: 'greenish', 1980 Oil Painting, Botanical.  different plans on a flat canvas surfaceare a challenge . Transparent glass is also a barrier to paint over a clearbackground ...
, 1980
Botanical - Painting
22 x 29 inches (55.9 x 73.7 cm)
Ana Maria Hidalgo: 'No es bueno convertirse en lo que se tiene', 2007 Acrylic Painting, Abstract Figurative.  From the series
Abstract Figurative - Painting
2 x 106 cm (0.8 x 41.7 inches)
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Kasia Blekiewicz: 'Lotos', 2008 Oil Painting, Undecided.
, 2008
Undecided - Painting
80 x 110 cm (31.5 x 43.3 inches)
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Veronica Shimanovskaya: 'Depth', 2009 Oil Painting, Abstract Landscape.
, 2009
Abstract Landscape - Painting
20 x 16 inches (50.8 x 40.6 cm)
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Animesh Roy: 'Reflection', 2008 Oil Painting, Abstract Landscape.
, 2008
Abstract Landscape - Painting
0 x 0 cm (0.0 x 0.0 inches)
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Mima Stajkovic: 'Just That', 2008 Acrylic Painting, Landscape.
, 2008
Landscape - Painting
40 x 40 cm (15.7 x 15.7 inches)
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Louise Weinberg: 'SphereSeries21', 2008 Oil Painting, Undecided.  Spheres floating in space ...
Undecided - Painting
18 x 18 inches (45.7 x 45.7 cm)
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Lawrence Buttigieg: 'San Blas Gozo', 2008 Oil Painting, Landscape.
Landscape - Painting
50 x 40 cm (19.7 x 15.7 inches)
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Lawrence Buttigieg: 'Saltpans at Qbajjar', 2008 Oil Painting, Landscape.
Landscape - Painting
61 x 50 cm (24.0 x 19.7 inches)
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Donald Harter: 'Purple Mountains Majesty', 2007 Acrylic Painting, Landscape.   Purple Mountains Majesty invokes America the Beautiful. It depicts the beauty of the American landscape and the greatness of our country.  ...
Landscape - Painting
27 x 22 inches (68.6 x 55.9 cm)
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Gustavo Estrada: 'esperanza en brazos', 2008 Acrylic Painting, Abstract.
Abstract - Painting
24 x 48 inches (61.0 x 121.9 cm)
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Gustavo Estrada: 'alcanzando la paz', 2008 Acrylic Painting, Abstract.
Abstract - Painting
24 x 48 inches (61.0 x 121.9 cm)
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Gustavo Estrada: 'escapando con la luna', 2008 Acrylic Painting, Abstract.
Abstract - Painting
24 x 48 inches (61.0 x 121.9 cm)
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Beverly Furman: 'RainierForest,Lft', 2008 Acrylic Painting, Undecided.  This painting works by itself or as a diptych with Rainier Forest, Left. Frame is Illusion - - Composition of some kind, A contemporary' floating' set back black strip with Gold outer strip.  ...
Undecided - Painting
20 x 20 inches (50.8 x 50.8 cm)
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Beverly Furman: 'RainierForest,Rt', 2008 Acrylic Painting, Undecided.  This painting works by itself or as a diptych with Rainier Forest, Right. They are the same size.Frame is
Undecided - Painting
20 x 26 inches (50.8 x 66.0 cm)
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Stephen Powell: 'Emu', 2008 Oil Painting, Wildlife.  Worlds second largest bird from Australia. ...
, 2008
Wildlife - Painting
22 x 26 cm (8.7 x 10.2 inches)
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Beverly Furman: 'THENandNOW', 2008 Acrylic Painting, Undecided.  Horoscope:
, 2008
Undecided - Painting
24 x 30 inches (61.0 x 76.2 cm)
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Wayne Montecalvo: 'youll burn', 2007 Acrylic Painting, Figurative.  backdrop used for video titled Gatekeeper. Painted on Typar. ...
, 2007
Figurative - Painting
12 x 9 feet (3.66 x 2.74 m)
Jonathan Benitez: 'summer', 2008 Acrylic Painting, Satire.  this work is reflective of man's existence- under the mercy of nature. ...
, 2008
Satire - Painting
34 x 26 inches (86.4 x 66.0 cm)
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Jonathan Benitez: 'articles of beginning', 2007 Acrylic Painting, Life.  comparison on the interconnection of all living things. ...
Life - Painting
10 x 12 inches (25.4 x 30.5 cm)
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Pete Pierce: 'Island Getaway', 2008 Oil Painting, Seascape.
Seascape - Painting
20 x 10 inches (50.8 x 25.4 cm)
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    Lynn Rupe - Jerry Sauls - As I see it, the challenge to me as an artist, is not only to paint nature in all her glory and diversity, but also to capture the emotion a scene evokes and incorporate that emotion into the mixing of paint on my palette and into my brushstrokes as the paint is applied to the canvas. Detail, color and texture are as important to my work, as light and the elements are to nature. When planning a new work of art, I like to think about something I have experienced, and how the image can be influenced by natural elements like light and weather. Often, I will begin working with a particular image in my mind, and as I progress, wonderful things seem to happen, transforming my visual image as it is passed onto the canvas. As a result, the completed work is sometimes very different from my original vision. ...

    Melanie Williamson - Moving to Scotland in 2001, Melanie has recently placed more emphasis on painting, moving away from her printmaking background. Introduced to encaustic techniques while studying painting at Leith School of Art, Melanie has incorporated the use of wax with oils and pigments in her painting. The use of these mediums has allowed Melanie to develope texture, creating the movement and depth of colour of the Scottish landscape.The dramatic seasonal flora and environmental variations are a continual source of inspiration for her work. Using sketches and collected objects as reference, Melanie works from her studio in Edinburgh's Leith....

    Bob Gammage - The culmination of capturing a happening in the slipstream of life...the living vibration of the moment forever encased in canvas windows. A coming together, an instance in the life human be-ing, a path of the soul, an innocense of experience; the reflection of the artist's brushstrokes bound with the pulse of humanity. The theatre of life, the artistry of time and space, the dance of light and dark - this is one journey of Bob Gammage....

    Evert Schut - GOOGLE EARTH ART: going tot next level. Anyone with a computer and internet connection can use Google Earth to fly anywhere on earth and see what's down there with a birds-eye, or maybe even gods-eye view. Amazing new perspectives are the result! Google Earth is not just a high tech map or geographical mapping device. It is a powerful new idea, a way of thinking which will have it's impact on the world. While the internet is a major force in connecting people, Google Earth is connecting us to our planet. A growing number of people are learning to look at our planet in a different way. We are finally beginning to understand how this planet is alive, how this living system works but also the damage we're doing to it. I'm not just painting a new kind of landscape, I'm rethinking the meaning of landscape art. This is a story in paint about a place and its significance for the way the planet works and what that means to me. I like to think of it as a deeper level to Google Earth....... My weblog

    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). ...

    Ana Maria Hidalgo - These paintings I have submitted belong to the sequence of paintings I have called "Sensorial Hearts". This sequence is being shown at the present time in Chile. I am showing 13 large paintings done in acrylic on canvas. The subject has to do with the world of human feelings, symbolized by the shape of a heart, which is represented figuratively only once in while on the work of art. Human feelings as subject matter constitute an excellent excuse for developing innumerable contents that finally conform the creative act. Color plays an important role in the making of the work of art. Its construction begins with deep ochre, from whom several figures emerge, concluding strokes of pure and lively color, that finish the work of art, ending in the creation of an complete body. The creation of primogenial signs that relate to ancestral human expression and human origin is one of the objectives of this work. This paintings also have to do with the creation of space and vital cosmos where the observer can recreate himself looking for shapes that originate upon his own subjectivity. On the other side, the exhibition also includes the presentation of some poems written by the ...

    Kasia Blekiewicz - Artworks in private collections in USA,Australia,United Kingdom,Holland,France,Germany ,Sweden,Austria,France and Poland. Artist's Statement "I was born in 1972, Gdansk, Poland. In 1999 I completed my studies at the Academy of Fine Art in Gdansk and obtained a Masters Degree in Painting in professor Maciej Swieszewski's atelier. Signs that appear in my works come from my imagination. When being enchanted by nature I synthesize this world and portray it in the form of imaginary symbols. Among signs that I use there are ones that may be explained in relation to Christian, Egyptian or Greek symbology - symbols of fish, eye or wings; but also those that bear no relation to concrete forms - abstract symbols composing specific, complex systems like archaic, ideographic scriptures. Those signs are not symbols that should be directly read, they rather represent signs that are riddles tempting viewer's imagination. They lead back to ancient mystique but without the signposts." ...

    Veronica Shimanovskaya - Shimanovskaya's work is concerned with the interplay of materials, shapes and colours orchestrated into harmonies informed by personal experiences. Aspiring to simultaneously explore the poetry and semantics of the visible world, she is convinced that the the viewer will make his or her own connections. ...

    Animesh Roy - "I don't pretend that I paint because I want to say something or convey a message. So, please don't read any hidden meanings into my paintings. I paint because I like to portray the happier side of life -- beautiful landscapes, for example -- because I think that there are enough artists painting the morbid side." "I love to travel because that's where the so-called inspiration comes, so I hope to travel more, paint and be generally happy." -- Excerpt from an interview....

    Mima Stajkovic - The world I live in today is filled with the most amazing secrets. Personal secrets that cannot be told, those little thoughts that shape your personality and intimacy. Every secret have reason, every reason have shape, influence and interaction. My goal is to recognize each of them with the respect that they deserve. Bringing them to light in full color, making them touchable and visible, I get better understanding of individuals, their apprehension and shame, their desire and potential. While working on a painting over weeks, sometimes months, I found that acrylic on canvas give me the best opportunity to quickly catch my thoughts. Starting with real world and images I continue to explore with symbols and colors emphasizing my impression. The finished work may not resemble the original idea but I always get to know something new during this enjoyable process. In the latest series of paintings I am playing with women's emotions, her fears and wishes developing relations with other people. When people see my work, I'd like them to feel my thoughts and get chance to agree or not with me, but in any way to think about motives that every woman has developing emotional ...

    Louise Weinberg - Louise Weinberg - Artists Statement My work focuses on the issue of containment - the human desire for the safety of enclosure and structure vs. the terror of possible entrapment. My abstract paintings depict an array of containers- grids, buildings, eggs, spheres, circles, squares and cubes.They suggest that a container can protect, imprison or both. In my Spheres Emerging Series, I paint spheres, which are also containers, but the spheres now appear to be free, no longer held down, nor struggling to burst out. These paintings are concerned with the notion of form developing within a space. The spheres are ambiguous -at once huge or molecular. The space that surrounds the form is ambiguous as well -sometimes deep, sometimes shallow. Painting for me is a slow gradual emergence of form into space. Using palette knives, nails, combs, rags -I push, pull, dig and scrape - searching for layers underneath as I continue to add more paint on top of older layers. This way of working always allows me to make surprising discoveries, which I find to be an essential part of the painting process. My paintings emerge gradually and only after much struggle, not unlike the way a person's sense of ...

    Lawrence Buttigieg - "My paintings are a balance of physical form and feeling. I penetrate the character of the person and focus on the inward reflective qualities. I slip my view of the subject between the layers of paint. I want my colours to be the colours of life, rendering likeness and personal stylisation inseparable. I am not concerned with the instantaneous image of the model but rather a prolonged record of his or her character."...

    Donald Harter - Welcome to Donald Harter's portfolio. Like my poetry, I paint to express an emotion. An image stirs in me some elusive feeling and I'm inspired to paint. I paint not because I want to but because I must. The image stays with me until I get it out on canvass. In my painting, I am looking for something I can't seem to find. I suppose that is why I keep on painting and evolving as an artist. Grandmother, by Donald Harter I went to my Grandmother's funeral the other day It wasn't long ago we had so much to say In the park she and I took a long walk She and I in the park had a good talk She told me she had lived a good life and was ready to die We sat by the river and we said good-by She gave me a hug as we sat by the river I told her I loved her it was all I could give her That day in the park was the last time we spoke She went to bed that evening and she never awoke I am thankful each day for ...

    Beverly Furman - Welcome to my exhibit of works in various media and combinations of techniques that I have developed during 40-plus years of making images. My experience with Drawing, Printmaking, Painting: Oils, Acrylics and Watercolor, as well as Oil Pastel, Colored Pencil, Rubberstamping, Inkjet Transfer, Bookworks and Collage has given me a large visual vocabulary with which to express my particular interests and world-view. My work is a response to my immediate surroundings and life events. The effect of humans on Nature, or vice-versa fascinate me. The subject is sometimes less important to me than the visual and emotional impact of the image. Using the immediate and familiar, I seek to create something I have not seen before. Exploring an expanding variety of two-diminsional media has yielded and ever-widening means of expression. My work spans a range from'realism' to'abstract', with expressionist tendencies. Presently, I am interested in combining life experiences and art techniques into evocative images that express my evolving vision in new ways....

    Stephen Powell - WILDLIFE ARTIST - PHOTOGRAPHER - TUTOR - SPEAKER - MOTIVATOR - WEBSITE DESIGNER Stephen has been an active environmentalist working in, field work, public speaking and lobbying at all levels of government. He has spoken at school and community gatherings as well as on radio. His comments on environmental issues have appeared in newspapers and newsletters. His love of wildlife and the need for illustrations for news letters lead to an artistic future. After a management career in the ceramic industry for 20 years Steve set his sights on an artistic future. 25 years had elapsed since he last attended High School Art classes and the first step was to undertake VCE Studio Art. The first year of his artistic career resulted in, distinctions in VCE, a proposal from a leading publisher for an illustrated book and the sale of his first Wildlife paintings. This rapid rise has continued, his work has featured in a books, graphic displays, numerous environmental news letters and a R.S.P.C.A. Calendar and an 8 page feature in 'The Artist's Palette magazine' has show cased his work. His work has attracted a number awards, Which include Wildlife Art Society of Australasia & Best Flora or Fauna - Moomba ...

    Jonathan Benitez - my art is a storytelling in visual form.my images are my attempt to extricate memories from my past experiences as a child.i live in a coastal community where the daily toils of the fisher folks are my sources of inspirations. beauty sometimes do not reconcile with certain aesthetics. but i found it in exploring realities,there is beauty in depicting the human conditions,the other side of happiness,the negative feelings as effected by pain and sufferings but unspoken.the best art in the world is not about happiness but its about depicting what happen to humanity. ...