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

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Discover 979 original painting artworks for sale between $900 - $999. Contemporary emerging artists: Pete Pierce, Richard Lazzara, Philip Goodrich, Monica Deac, David Cuffari, Flo Flo, Martha Mafiol, Timon Maxey, Theo Radic, Chris Alcantara, Daniel Blanco, Brian Josselyn, Diane Kastensmith Bradbury, Judyta Bil, Vladana Vitorovic, Ehab Lotfi, Andrew Pichakhchi, Elio Lopez, Theodhoraq Napoloni, Katie Gunther, Juan Carlos Bermudo, Kelie Myers, Stephane Vollmer 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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Richard Lazzara: 'vajra dakini gold', 2008 Other Painting, Buddhism.  vajra dakini gold with 24karat backing on tapestry cloth traditional framing with extra gold pegs ends at bottom, from my personal collection ...
Buddhism - Painting
24 x 34 inches (61.0 x 86.4 cm)
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Richard Lazzara: 'kubera gold', 2008 Other Painting, Buddhism.  Kubera painting done on 24karat gold backing, from my personal collection, with extra gold peg ends at painting bottom ...
Buddhism - Painting
24 x 34 inches (61.0 x 86.4 cm)
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Philip Goodrich: 'Take a Lick', 2006 Oil Painting, Erotic.  Oil on Wood.  Out take from a blk and white Maxim photo spread.   ...
Erotic - Painting
24 x 32 inches (61.0 x 81.3 cm)
Monica Deac: 'Silence', 2008 Oil Painting, Abstract.
, 2008
Abstract - Painting
16 x 16 inches (40.6 x 40.6 cm)
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David Cuffari: 'Two Cats', 2008 Acrylic Painting, Cats.
, 2008
Cats - Painting
24 x 24 inches (61.0 x 61.0 cm)
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David Cuffari: 'Big Splash', 2005 Acrylic Painting, Abstract Landscape.  Deep blue water and a mighty splash create interesting patterns.  In this series of water paintings I'm exploring the idea of order + chaos = order redefined.  Here I create aquatic ( and other) imagery in the reflective and turbulent water. ...
, 2005
Abstract Landscape - Painting
30 x 24 inches (76.2 x 61.0 cm)
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Flo Flo: 'Les Tricheurs The Cheats', 2005 Acrylic Painting, Abstract Figurative.
Abstract Figurative - Painting
3 x 4 feet (0.91 x 1.22 m)
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Martha Mafiol: 'Manzanas III', 2008 Acrylic Painting, Abstract Figurative.
Abstract Figurative - Painting
43 x 43 inches (109.2 x 109.2 cm)
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Timon Maxey: 'Hungry Dogs', 2001 Acrylic Painting, Humor.   How dare you try to make sence of this painting. This is my painting, and any sence to be had from it belongs to me. Don't even think about thinking about it unless you purchase also the thought- rights from me for $1. 50.  ...
Humor - Painting
1000 x 800 mm ( x )
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Theo Radic: 'Untitled I', 2007 Oil Painting, Undecided.   30. 0 ...
, 2007
Undecided - Painting
30 x 42 cm (11.8 x 16.5 inches)
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Theo Radic: 'Eucalyptus grove', 2007 Oil Painting, Abstract.   30. 0 ...
Abstract - Painting
30 x 42 cm (11.8 x 16.5 inches)
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Chris Alcantara: 'The Farmers', 2004 Acrylic Painting, Abstract.  a portrait of two farmers using one of my favorite format
Abstract - Painting
44 x 40 inches (111.8 x 101.6 cm)
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Daniel Blanco: 'UNTITLED', 2008 Oil Painting, Still Life.  My work shows fragmented realities and interrupted sequences, a strong confrontation happens between color images and black and white fragments, this causes the paint to go beyond its own limits.  ...
, 2008
Still Life - Painting
40 x 30 inches (101.6 x 76.2 cm)
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Brian Josselyn: 'spring view', 2007 Acrylic Painting, Landscape.  girl with lake view in spring ...
Landscape - Painting
22 x 28 inches (55.9 x 71.1 cm)
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Diane Kastensmith Bradbury: 'Trees 178', 2006 Acrylic Painting, Abstract Landscape.  This is an original acrylic painted on canvas.  The subject is abstracted negative and positive trees with an arbitrary color division added as an abstraction.  Please contact me by email with questions. ...
, 2006
Abstract Landscape - Painting
14 x 18 inches (35.6 x 45.7 cm)
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Diane Kastensmith Bradbury: 'Enchanted Forest', 2007 Acrylic Painting, Abstract Landscape.  This is an original acrylic with detail overlaid in gold ink.  The subject is abstracted negative trees.  Please contact me by email with questions. ...
Abstract Landscape - Painting
8 x 10 inches (20.3 x 25.4 cm)
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Judyta Bil: 'Two and a half pears', 2007 Oil Painting, Still Life.  Richly textured painting. Coat of protective finish gives the painting nice sheen. ...
Still Life - Painting
24 x 48 inches (61.0 x 121.9 cm)
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Vladana Vitorovic: 'CarnivalSelfPortrait', 2008 Oil Painting, Figurative.  kind of artistic statment ...
Figurative - Painting
70 x 100 cm (27.6 x 39.4 inches)
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Ehab Lotfi: ' cairo sceen 2008', 2008 Acrylic Painting, People.  acrylic and charcoal on paper ...
People - Painting
20 x 30 cm (7.9 x 11.8 inches)
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Andrew Pichakhchi: 'out of season in a greek cafe', 1999 Acrylic Painting, Beach.
Beach - Painting
100 x 70 cm (39.4 x 27.6 inches)
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Elio Lopez: 'Composition', 2007 Oil Painting, Abstract.  Oil and collage on canvas ...
Abstract - Painting
48 x 36 inches (121.9 x 91.4 cm)
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Theodhoraq Napoloni: 'anatomyforunniversus', 2007 Tempera Painting, Figurative.  Artistic PracticeMy artistic practice generally is oriented toward painiting. in essence the paintings portray teatral situations created by objects and for the formal and esthetic sappereance the image that is servired have a quality and attribute of '' FICTION REALISM''What interests me most is the expressing of situations that...
Figurative - Painting
38 x 60 cm (15.0 x 23.6 inches)
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Katie Gunther: 'Surrender', 2004 Acrylic Painting, Abstract Figurative.
, 2004
Abstract Figurative - Painting
48 x 36 inches (121.9 x 91.4 cm)
Juan Carlos Bermudo: 'Rubato 7', 2007 Oil Painting, Undecided.  RUBATO: ( Musical term. . Origin. . Italian. . meaning
, 2007
Undecided - Painting
24 x 48 inches (61.0 x 121.9 cm)
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Juan Carlos Bermudo: 'Rubato 4', 2007 Oil Painting, Undecided.  RUBATO: ( Musical term. . Origin. . Italian. . meaning
, 2007
Undecided - Painting
24 x 48 inches (61.0 x 121.9 cm)
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Kelie Myers: 'Sunset on the Coast II', 2006 Oil Painting, Landscape.  Sunset on the Florida coast, part of the landscape  series that explores the beauty and wonder of a sunset. ...
Landscape - Painting
20 x 16 inches (50.8 x 40.6 cm)
Stephane Vollmer: 'no title', 2007 Oil Painting, Zeitgeist.
, 2007
Zeitgeist - Painting
61 x 81 cm (24.0 x 31.9 inches)
Stephane Vollmer: 'no title', 2007 Oil Painting, Undecided.
, 2007
Undecided - Painting
61 x 81 cm (24.0 x 31.9 inches)
Stephane Vollmer: 'no title', 2007 Oil Painting, Zeitgeist.
, 2007
Zeitgeist - Painting
61 x 81 cm (24.0 x 31.9 inches)
Stephane Vollmer: ' no title', 2007 Oil Painting, Zeitgeist.
, 2007
Zeitgeist - Painting
61 x 81 cm (24.0 x 31.9 inches)
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    Pete Pierce - The goal of my current work is to capture the greatness and awe of those places where the land is halted by our vast pacific ocean. From the power of large open ocean swells pounding the shore to the peaceful peel of a wave into a secluded, sheltered cove, each location I work from directly touches one's soul with feelings beyond simple description. My task is more than accurately duplicating what the eye sees. The challenge of my work is to express an appreciation for a site's qualities on canvas. The best method for doing this I feel is to experience each location more than just setting up an easel for an afternoon. To take inventory of what composes a loved place in a few hours is unrealistic. Before I can take a piece back to my studio to work and finish, I need to know the landscape like my own backyard. That way when painting I will reach a point where I can step back and realize,'yes, that is what it feels like to be there.' ...

    Pete Pierce - Philip Goodrich - I strive to create lasting images that transcend trends. I want to perpetually travel the earth in search of perfect waves for surfing, and beautiful subjects to immortalize in my paintings. When I push the limits of my physical body, it releases my mind to relive incredible moments of my life. As I stand and draw, these memories guide my hand and I begin to groove and flow....

    Monica Deac - My art work is a result of a strong impact of the North Western American culture on my Eastern European memories. My inspiration is rooted in my childhood, when I spent lots of time with my grand parents in a small village in Transylvania, Romania. Growing up, I learned to love the country's old artistic sites. I discovered fascinating rituals consisting of simple pattern repetitions. Surprisingly, these rituals create a world that is placed somewhere out of the temporal dimension. All of these left indelible impressions in my soul. For me the process of painting is of utmost significance. My work is abstract in nature and contains close ups of traditional patterns used in folk art. Through repetition of these elements I create textural, abstract effects that convey the rhythmic play of colour energies. Vibrant colours signify the vitality of the traditional rituals and ultimately portray the vivid, passionate pulse of life. I use folk patterns in my art because they represent concepts like infinity, harmony and simplicity, thus revealing a balanced yet dynamic day to day life. Some pieces feel symbolic and celebratory of the joy of life while others invite the viewer to meditate and surrender to...

    David Cuffari - I approach my work as a visual poem. Sometimes the meaning is simple and direct and other times it's more complex. I prefer to create work that is open-ended allowing the viewer their own interpretation of what I present. I am primarily a painter preferring to work in acrylics as it allows me to make rapid revisions which helps keep the work fresh and immediate. The over-arching theme of my artwork is the human condition. I see the fabric of life as woven in opposites. By employing dualities like order/chaos, rough/smooth textures, themes of life/death, controlled effects/happy accidents, rational/irrational imagery, I try to paint interesting pictures that allow the viewer to see the world a bit differently. I am also interested in the notion of time. I don't believe that time is linear but more like an echo. I try to avoid static imagery preferring to create a complex painting that unfolds as you look at it, with layers of imagery and meaning. I do this by preserving the process of editing and revision as I arrive at the final image. Most recently I've been proceeding without a pre-conceived ...

    Timon Maxey - My goal in painting is to create images that are humourous and/or interesting or else beautiful and a pleasure to behold. I like to tell stories with my cartoon images. You can see more art on my website www.maxey.co.nz I think that there is high value in art that clearly communicates something useful to the viewer and that, if it is necessary to read an explanation of an artwork in order to understand it, then it has largely failed. I have always been very interested and involved in art. My parents are both artistic and musical, and this inspired me to paint and draw from a very early age. Even while at university studying geography, I spent much of my spare time drawing, and deriving supplementary income from artistic endeavours. I have a very wide range of experiences and knowledge to draw from, and want to incorporate these into my art to produce work that interests and excites both the audience and myself. My goals are to secure exhibitions in public Galleries, and to exhibit outside New Zealand. Late in 2008, I travel to the Grand Canyon to kayak the Colorado River and to take photographs ...

    Theo Radic - Everyone experiences drawing and painting as children. I was perhaps one year old therefore when I was first initiated into the painter's craft. I continued these universal beginnings throughout my school years and sporadic courses in college (which gave me few insights into this art). [...] I had only myself as a teacher in the art of painting. My evolution as a painter paralleled that of art history in general, beginning with my prehistoric period as a one-year-old-clutcher-of-crayolas, groping through Egyptian and Greek periods; a Renaissance period; and then neo-classicism, romanticism and naturalism; impressionism and fauvism; cubism and abstract expressionism. At nineteen I went to Europe, thirsty for scope and depth in Art which America lacks. Having established myself in the south of France, I absorbed the emanations of the modern masters who had lived and painted there. I was profoundly moved by the bizarre snow storm over La Cote d'Azur on the night of Picasso's death. No such storm had ever been seen before in April, as old-timers in Nice told me. [...] Fully acknowledging my debt to 'abstract expressionism', I nonetheless do not consider my art'abstract' - a word ...

    Chris Alcantara - My art has been a part my life, a gift from God and cherish dearly, a blessing that I always wanted to share to many. My style evolve in my mid to late twenties and has it been a manifestation of feelings and emotional expression thru colors, figures & shapes. I view colors as the primal elements that give playful expression to my emotion and feelings that hit you in that particular moment. Using shapes and figure is another way to convey the story behind every piece I made. Some may say my works are just a composition of color, but I see it as reflection in life....

    Daniel Blanco - My work shows fragmented realities and interrupted sequences, a strong confrontation happens between color images and black and white fragments, this causes the paint to go beyond its own limits. It tends to break the stylistic coherence of a traditional stilife, nude or landscape, but also enables me to connect two separate and dissimilar worlds, getting to be the perfect complement for eachother....

    Brian Josselyn - ' I use thick, rich paint to translate the beauty, and excitment of a moment into a lusious vision. The scultural presence of thick paint tempts you to touch it with it's seductive tactile appeal. . Dramitic lightin futher abstracts familar imagery creating a new provocitive view.' ...

    Diane Kastensmith Bradbury - I love the spontaneity and freshness of watercolor - especially the "accidental" movement of color that results from painting wet into wet. I usually start with a wet into wet technique, and work through all the stages of the paper, until I am painting wet into dry. I often soak the painting in the bathtub overnight to soften the edges and lighten the colors, going back in the next day to sharpen details and brighten or darken colors where needed. I repeat this process until I can see that the painting is finished. I believe the record for the number of times this was done was a painting I sold in 1985, called "Blue Tree". It had been soaked twenty-two times before I was satisfied with the result. Of course, high quality paint and paper are essential to this process. "Seasons ...

    Ehab Lotfi - artist ehab lotfi born in egypt 1967 .graduated from faculty of fine arts 1990.work with differant medias : oil..acrylic..water color..charcoal..soft pastel....preferable subjects for him is land scape .sea ..boats..flower..still life....his style is impressionisme and realisme..shared in about 39 exhibitions in egypt .germany.france...he maked 4 private exhibition in egypt......he is an interior designer and had experience in land scape photography and computer art..... ...

    Elio Lopez - Expressionism through color, depth, and the deconstruction of form Sight. Seeing. How do we see? Is it simply through optic sensations that we view and judge the world around us? Our circumstances? Or is there some deeper, psychological process we are/are not aware of at play? To what extent of what we see is colored by our own personal psychology? The psychology of our environment? Our society? What I ultimately love most about painting over all other mediums, is the flexibility allowed the artist. While the same may be said of other mediums, for me, this is especially true with painting. Recent technological developments in materials has decreased the medium's limitations. Now more than ever a wide variety of possibilities to express oneself exists. Currently the images I'm working with come from a long tradition in European (especially Spanish) painting. By searching for new ways to approach and create these archaic images, I seek to find a new way of self-expression. I believe that most, if not all, great art is born of struggle between the things that limit us, that stand between what we want and what we can control. Each attempt at deconstructing the ...

    Theodhoraq Napoloni - Artistic Practice My artistic practice generally is oriented towards painting. In essence the paintings portray theatrical situations created by objects, and for a formal and aesthetic appearance the image that is represented has the quality and attributes of''FICTION REALISM''. What interests me most is the expressing of situations that deal with the unconsciousness, and it is exactly this unconsciouss that gives a lot of importance to the instinctive side and pushes me toward certain actions or pulls my attention towards something. During the realization phase of painting, this''special interest'' becomes more stronger and gives the image more apparent clearness with all the details and characteristics of the object. For me, the content I select to represent is very important. It is a selection that follows intuition primarily, and the psychological stains, putting them all together towards a real ending, that in fact, is an invisible reality whose imprints are hidden deep into fragmentilized moments of our history. All this process for me is the best tool to bring it in surface the deepest content of the truth, and the aesthetic dimension. The nature of the objects that become part of the painting is different. Sometimes the definitive images ...

    Katie Gunther - Art is a way to express our inner emotions and capture our environment on paper or canvas. The color used in my art represents the emotions within my heart or relate to the images used for the pen and ink drawings. My primary mediums are acyrlic paint and pen and ink. I recently began drawing with the pen and ink dirctly on canvas as I continue to evovle the style of my paintings. I use color, texture and selected images to capture the attention of the viewer. My art is filled with movement and a passion for beauty that comes from within....

    Kelie Myers - "Over the last several years I have created a body of work that is both diverse and stylistic. Having come from classical training when approaching a new work I first think of color and composition. However, weather I'm creating an oil painting, fine art print or a mixed-media piece bringing the viewer into the work through emotional response is what inspires me most. Mostly, I paint and create because I love it. Simple as that may be, but so true. I first fell in love with art as a "process" and I believe in the benefits of creating for creation sake. The empowerment and wealth of skills gained through pursuing one own creative spirit is a therapy for the soul unmatched by any other. Through the visual experience and teaching it is my passion to pass on this philosophy."...