Browse over works of contemporary art for sale in the price range $400.00 - $499.00. On this page you can find works by Dick Drechsler, Julie St Clair, Evon Johnson, Herman Van Bon, Db Jr, Ken Lerner, Bruno Paolo Benedetti, Mark Charles Fox.
Dick Drechsler - I have had a lifelong interest in photography. As a child, my best friends father owned a chain of photo processing plants, providing me the opportunity to learn much about the art. At the ripe old age of 14, I set up a darkroom in my bathroom. I even played around with my own primitive version of Photoshop by using an Exacto knife to cut negatives and merge images. Having spent most of my career in the resort development industry, I retired from that career in 2007 and have been posting quality images, doing commercial photography and photojournalism ever since. I am an active press member of the Los Angeles Press Club and accredited by the United States Press Agencys editorial board as a photojournalist and sports writer and am a member of the United States Press Association. I am also a Roving Reporter for Latitude 38, a contributor to the National Press Club, a photographer for Currents Magazine, Ventura County , CA, a contributor to Seven Seas Sailing Association and a photographer - contributor to Sharon, Ink, Public Relations. ...
Julie St Clair - Seattle artist JULIE ST. CLAIR has been working in photography, film and video for more than 30 years. She studied Fine Art and Commercial Photography at the Academy of Art, San Francisco. Julie began as a fashion industry color technologist - working with photographers in exposing film for optimum results for film to print process. She moved from color technologist to art director, creative director, and finally to commercial film and video director, producer and editor. Julie's first love has always been photography and she began working with her vast library of images several years ago. Nature plays a major role in Julie's work. Images of light, color, texture and shapes, captured in soft focus to erase boundaries, are layered with images of hard elements gathered from everywhere - public sculpture, public artworks, graffiti, architecture, nature, food - anything. The collection of images moves any single image beyond the range of its own limits. Work can be scaled or commissioned to fit the needs of space, communicate a brand message or lifestyle. ...
Evon Johnson - I am a Jamaican born United States Artist. I have been drawing since I was a child with my main medium being crayons fond memories of getting lost in drawing and coloring everything from comics to portraits of Jesus. Bottom line I create art because it is something I love to do. I also love showing what I have created with others. I especially love the expression on peoples face while they are pondering the aesthetics of what they are looking at. Some of the artists that had an influence on my work were artists such as Andy Warhol, Henri Matisse, and Roy Lichtenstein. I also have an interest in photography, creating 3D Graphics and writing poetry. While I have a preference... more like a bias towards acrylic paints, I occasionally experiment with mixed media. My photography is never cropped or enhance with any software. They are always as the camera sees them at the time. I feel like whenever I get the perfect picture it is a special moment in time and should be presented as is. I hope the viewers enjoy my work as much as I enjoyed creating them. ...
Herman Van Bon - To call him a landscape photographer is akin to describing Table Mountain as a large flat rock. To label him as a graphic artist also leaves much to be desired. A photo-graphic artist Unwieldy and lacklustre. The fact of the matter is that Herman van Bon as a photographer and as an artist is not easily pigeon-holed. Words fall short when describing his work and how he achieves it. In this case, his pictures are more than the sum of their parts. Although a good photographeraEURtms landscapes are far from flat, the observer does, in most cases, get what he or she sees a representation of a country or marine scene. So far, so good. For Herman, however, the capturing of a landscape is just the beginning. It is his playground. He starts to experiment and explore and play, using different kinds of photo-processing and aEUR"developing software and techniques, and, organically, his pictures begin to grow. Layer by layer, the original shot metamorphosises into something extraordinary. Textures, tones, figures, symbols, quirky composites, and what appear figments of the imagination to the eye are included. This process can take weeks. The result is a contemporary, deeply personal ...
Bruno Paolo Benedetti - Bruno Paolo Benedetti, born in the year 1954, began to take pictures, studying perspective and photo techniques, in the year 1968. Since the begin he was concerned with black and white photography, observing the contrast s of the nature, the lights and interpreting the reality around him. When he was 25 he began to work in the dark room, enhancing his technique using filters, high contrast films for making his first pictures of surreal and abstract photography. At the same time he began journeying around Europe and the world: India, Nepal, Bhutan, Southern America, South Africa, Egypt, Comoros islands are some of the most visited places. The study of the religions, the mysticism in all of them, inspired his artistic production, especially his surreal photography, where cultural and religious archetypes are depicted. The abstract non objective photography is the other branch of his work. It starts from the observation of the nature in all its manifestations: water, lights, colors, shores, flowers, ice All the colors are not elaborated and strictly natural, highlighting hidden particulars and changing the images into fluid shapes, where each watcher can see new images created by his emotions and fantasy. In both styles of pictures the ...
Mark Charles Fox - Photography has often had an identity problem. Over its nearly 200 years, it has won sometimes grudging and other times enthusiastic cultural acceptance. Today, everyone is a photographer. In my view, what I am is an image manipulator. Image manipulating is a daily yoga, I do it for the intrinsically meditative state it induces. In college, oops too late, at the end of my thesis preparation I realized what I should have been doing all along, studying iconography, how we might share wonder and convey the ineffable. This is part of my motivation and a hoped-for result of these externalized meditations. During the past decade or more, IaEURtmve engaged in image manipulating in a dedicated way and have created thousands of them. Each one starts with a photo I have taken and IaEURtmll begin to imagine transforming its shapes and colors. There are just a few rules for instance, never cut and paste, nor combine source images into one, work with one at a time. My preferences extend to the most spaced-out looking images, but I also do ones that might be called aEURoecontemporarily traditionalaEUR. Earlier on, it was all about experimentation, working an image until ...
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