ARTIST STATEMENT
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Artist Statement -



I am Professor Emeritus retired from The Columbus College of Art and Design CCAD. Ive lived and made my art here for 35 years beginning as a student at CCAD and returning after accomplishing my MFA from Boston University. Im now retired and living in Virginia.

Ive taught drawing, color, design and painting techniques in the illustration area since 1985. Ive exhibited in Columbus regularly, written up in the Dispatch and in Dialogue Magazine, extended my exhibitions spiraling out from Columbus to various galleries in Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Kentucky then Maryland, New York, Oklahoma and Washington State Hiroshima Japan, Washington DC, then to Budapest Hungary, Dresden Germany, Zagreb Croatia, Buenos Aires and Cordoba Argentina

Early in my life I worked as an IllustratorDesigner after high school and while putting myself through art school later. I worked on projects for Apple computers, OETA PBS and Oprah Magazine.

My work is all over the world owned by people like the former Director of the National Archives in Zagreb Croatia, a Bank President in Holland, The Greater Columbus Arts Council, OSU Newark and there are works in collections in Washington DC, New York, Texas, Ohio, Oklahoma, California, Chicago, Buenos Aires, Cyprus.

A peace poster I designed as I finished my grad program in Boston is in the permanent collection of the Hiroshima Museum of Art. There are a total of 11 silkscreened Hiroshima posters in collections around the world as well as others in personal collections in the U.S. as I was one of some 300 American artists invited to produce a work for the 40th Commemoration of the Bombing of Hiroshima in 1985.

I�ve sold a number of works here in Columbus over the years, mostly to private collections�It is a certain variety of collector who is drawn to my work�it is often cerebral, often cutting, not always happy although I am a master of color. This is work that will prosper long after all the commercial stuff collected by corporations is seen as old and too cutesy. Although public enough for a large quantity to be exhibited in 2010 at the Shot Tower Gallery at Fort Hayes High School for the Arts�in fact a number of those works are still up in the base of the tower as you enter the gallery.



Artist Exhibitions



SELECTED EXHIBITIONS
2019 Old School 2 Alumni Invitational 1974-89 Sean Christoper Gallery, Columbus OH

2015 Zeroville a feature length film by James Franco. 4 paintings will appear as props in certain scenes. Works selected by Kristen Adams Production Design.

2014 Invitational Group Exhibition. Grove City Court House. Grove City Ohio
2014 Walter King Changing LandscapesTransitional Process. Gallery at Brent Warner Fest Hall, German Village Meeting Haus, Columbus OH.

2013 Naked, 25 CCAD Faculty. Hammond Harkins Galleries, Bexley OH.
2013 Recent TravelsWatercolors by Walter King. Faculty Exhibition Space in the Studio Building on Broad, Columbus College of Art and Design.

2011 Invitational. State of the Art Gallery, Ithaca NY.

2010 WALTER KING Midwestern Dialogue, Columbus Ohio, Fort Hayes Shot Tower Gallery and Schnormeier GalleryBuchwald Center Mount Vernon Nazerene University.
2010 Seven Landscape Painters Tina Engels,Walter King,William LaChance,Damon McArthur,Frank Spidale, Tom Tomc,and Barbara Major-Weaver. The Beverly Art Center, Chicago IL

2009-2010 Illuminating Art German Village Art League, Archive Gallery, Columbus OH

2009 Argentina Remembered Reprised Watercolors from Cordoba and Salta Provinces. Canzani Center Gallery, CCAD, Columbus. OH
2009 Art 68 at Coco 68, Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY
2009 Fire River, Summerfield Studios, Columbus OH
2009 Unify, the German Village Art League, Katerina Gallery, Columbus OH

2008 THE SPIRIT MOVESThe Dance Fort Hayes Shot Tower Gallery, Columbus OH

2007 Timothy King and Walter King Drawings and Watercolors, Maria Elena Kravetz Gallery, Cordoba Argentina
2007 Capital Art, Group show at Greenwich Upstairs, Cincinati Ohio
2007 Walter King Internal Scenarios, BoMA, Columbus Ohio

2006-7 Operation Fragmentation, BoMA, Columbus Ohio

2006 Grand Opening Group Exhibition at the Bar of Modern Art, Columbus Ohio.
2006 Group show of gallery artists at Rock, Paper Scissors Gallery Asbury Park NJ.
2006 1st ANNIVERSARY EXHIBITION Group show,33 Collective Studio Gallery in the Zhou B Art Center, Chicago IL

2005 THE GREENPOINT PAINTINGS WALTER KING, Three Months in New York, Acock Gallery, the Columbus College of Art and Design
2005 ANGELS OF NEW ORLEANS Rock Paper Scissors Gallery, Asbury Park NJ.
2005 OBSERVED AND STAGEDMetaphorical Terrains by Timothy and Walter King, 33 Collective Studio Gallery in the Zhou B Art Center, Chicago IL
2005 EXPOSURE Group Exhibition, The Gallery Space, Queens Plaza, Long Island City, New York

2004 AMERICAN ILLUSTRATORS AND PHOTOGRAPHERS 23rd ANNUAL, group show held at the Angel Orensanz Foundation, NYC, NY
2004 THE 125TH ANNIVERSARY EXHIBITION OF THE COLUMBUS COLLEGE OF ART AND DESIGN, JVC Hall Gallery, Columbus OH
2004 PULP FICTION WORKS ON PAPER BY WALTER KING,
Artempresa Gallery,Cordoba Argentina
2004 CROSSING PATHS IDEAS THROUGH MATERIALS AND OVER TIME,Reed Gallery at the Univ. of Cincinnati, Cininnati OH.

2003 THE COLOR OF WIND WALTER KINGS AMNIOTIC ABSTRACTIONS, F.H.Herbert Design Gallery, Kirkland Seattle WA

2002-03 DENNIS APPLEBEE AND WALTER KING, Barth Gallery, Columbus Oh

2002 IMAGES AND ILLUSTRATIONS SELECTED WORKS BY WALTER KING FROM THE LAST 22 YEARS, Jefferson College, Hillsboro Missouri St. Louis
2002 HORSES FOR RAOUL, Artempresa Gallery, Cordoba Argentina.
2002 ILLUSTRATORS WHO TEACH, Gallery of the Society of Illustrators of New York City, NY.
2002 TO DRINK THE SKY, TO BREATHE THE SEA SELECTED WORKS ON PAPER Acock Gallery, the Columbus College of Art and Design
2002 theARTprojectArtists Respond to Terroism a digital dialogue on www.theARTproject.net, NYC NY

2001 BEBER EL CIELO, RESPIRAR EL MAR ESCENARIOS INTERNOS DE WALTER KING TO DRINK THE SKY, TO BREATH THE SEA WALTER KINGS INTERNAL SCENARIOS- Centro Cultural Recoleta, Buenos Aires, Argentina

2000-01 THE OBJECT CONSIDERED CONTEMPORARY STILL LIFE IN OHIO, ILLINOIS AND INDIANA- Columbus College of Art and Design, Columbus Ohio South Bend Regional Museum, South Bend Indiana Southern Ohio Museum and Cultural Center, Portsmouth Ohio

2000 MATERIAL MYSTERIES WALTER KING AND BRUCE ROBINSON- Barth Gallery, Columbus Ohio

1999 ILLUSTRATIONS, PRINTS, AND EXPERIMENTAL DRAWINGS- Zagreb Childrens Library, Zagreb Croatia

1998 MOVING EYE...MEMORIZING WIND...WALTER KING- Elements of Art Gallery, Columbus Ohio

1997 VIER HERZEN EINE LIEBE FOUR HEARTS ONE LOVE KING, KORTLANDER, ROBINSON AND TAGGERT- Kulturrathaus Gallery, Dresden Germany

1996 7 POINTS OF VIEW Group Show, Canzani Center Gallery, Columbus College of Art and Design, Columbus Ohio

1994 MIXED METAPHORESWALTER KING- Living Arts of Tulsa, Tulsa Oklahoma

1991 OMNIBUS 91 RECENT WORK BY 10 MID-CAREER ARTISTS- Herron Art SchoolIndianapolis Center for Contemporary Art, Indianapolis Indiana

1990 WALTER KING, SMALL SHOW LARGE WORK, Orinoco Gallery Columbus OH.

1985 IMAGES FOR SURVIVAL- Hiroshima Museum of Art, Hiroshima Japan Washington Square Mall, Wash.,DC Arthur A Houghton Jr. Gallery,Cooper-Union, NYC, New York

GRANTS AND AWARDS
2007 CCAD Faculty Enrichment grant to paint in Cordoba Argentina
2003 CCAD Faculty Enrichment grant for Internal Scenarios publication
2001 Cultural Recoleta de la Buenos Aires Ohio Arts Council cultural exchange,
2000 Internal Scenarios exhibition Ohio Arts Council cultural exchange, Buenos Aires

1998 Ohio Arts Council travel grant for lecture in Zagreb Croatia in
1997 Ohio Arts Council grant for Four Hearts One LoveDresden catalog

1992 CCAD Travel grant to exhibit in Budapest in
1992 Ohio Arts Council grant for 3 Ohio PaintersBudapest catalog
1991 Columbus Foundation Painting Award, Ohio Art League Fall Exhibition
1991 3rd place, Ohio State Fair Fine Arts Exhibition
1990 Best of Show award, Columbus Aids Task Force 1st Aids Auction

1983 American Institute Graphic Artists merit award, Profiles
1982 Addie Award for Profiles in American Art Poster PBS series
1982 Addie Award for Profiles in American Art Catalog PBS series



EDUCATION AND TEACHING HISTORY
2014 Retired. Professor Emeritus
2012 to 2014 Professor, currently teaching second year costumed figure drawing.
2004 to 2012 Professor, currently teaching Second year drawing and design pictorial composition.
Ive also taught color, 2-D design, basic drawing and 1st year figure drawing and anatomy at the freshman level and a variety of Illustration courses from sophomore through senior levels at the Columbus College of Art and Design.
1997 to 2003 Professor and Chair of the Illustration Dept. of the Cols. Coll. of Art and Des., Columbus Ohio
1994 to 1997 Associate Professor, Cols. Coll. of Art and Des.
1991 to 1994 Assistant Professor, Cols. Coll. of Art and Des.
1985 to 1991 Instructor, Cols. Coll. of Art and Des.

1985 MFAPainting, Boston University College of Fine Arts
Teaching Assistantships w Reed Kay Painting Techniques, Robert DArista Advanced Figure Drawing and Joseph Ablow Design and Color. James Weeks was my painting professor.

1981 Studied painting at Wichita State University
Teaching Fellowship-Basic Figure Drawing AdvisorRay Olivero

1981 BFAIllustration, Columbus College of Art and Design
With heavy emphasis in painting and drawing under Nathaniel Larrabee.


PUBLISHED


2014 The Light That Blinds Our Eyes The Figurative Drawings of Juan Canavesi, essay by Walter King for Canavesis 30 yearretrospective, Cordoba Argentina. Sala de Exposiciones Ernesto Farina Ciudad de Las Artes, Cordoba, Argentina.

2012
A blog review I wrote for Dean Mitchell, Comfortable in His Own Skin� published by absolutearts.com is being re-used for the introduction of Deans work through Cutter and Cutter Fine Art in their Brilliance In Color Gallery located in St. Augustine, FL.

2011 THIS OLD PALETTE
REFLECTIONS ON THE PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE OF CHICAGOS PALETTE AND CHISEL ACADEMY OF FINE ART

Juror 2010, The Language of Art, German Village Art League Carnegie Gallery at the Columbus Main Library. This years Visual Art Jurors are The Ohio Art League Gallery Director and Organization Administrator, Eliza Jones and Professor of Visual Communications at CCAD, Walter King. Poetry Juror Scott Woods. The Carnegie Gallery curator is Stephanie Rond.
The Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art, St. Joseph, MO Sept.�Nov. 2010
George A. Spiva Center for the Arts, Joplin, MO Jan. � Feb. 2010
Campanella Gallery, Park University, Parkville, MO Mar.�Apr. 2010

2009 Essay titled PERCEPTION The Eye of the Storm by Water King for the traveling exhibition Works from Perception Paintings by the Midwest Paint Group
Sheldon Swope Museum of Art, Terre Haute, IN Feb.�Mar. 2009


2009 Cover illustration and poem published in BLOOD AT THE CHELSEA Poetry Chapbook
Edited by Lara Konesky Andrew Taylor
My poetic contribution is titled Untitled, for Lara
Erbacce-Press

2009 to 2010 writerinterviewer for The Artist Interview online magazine. httpwww.theartistsinterview.com

2009, I appear in a short documentary about the dream of art by Inline productions on vimeo httpwww.vimeo.com10038767
2008 Review of political works with published poem. httppoliticalartwork.blogspot.com2008_02_01_archive.html

2005 Essay titled ABSTRACTIONRecent works on Paper and Canvas by Steven Burkart, for Steve Burkart Exhibition of the same name at the Naples Art Association in Naples Florida.

2004 to 2009 founding blogger for www.absolutearts.com





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Artist Publications



http://www.dispatch.com/content/stories/life_and_entertainment/2010/08/29/different-styles-coexist-in-retrospective.html

Different styles coexist in retrospective

Life

By Amy Davis

For The Columbus Dispatch Sunday August 29, 2010 8:25 AM

A retrospective of more than 220 works spanning more than 40years spotlights central Ohio artist Walter King at the Shot Tower Gallery.

The professor at the Columbus College of Art & Design proclaims his belief in education.

"There's a trend in the art world to say that to be educated as an artist is to be tainted," he says. "I disagree with that. All artists are self-taught, and all artists receive some education."

King describes the exhibit, curated by Teresa Weidenbusch, as part of "the history of art in Columbus of the last 25 years." Fine art and graphic works are included.

He recalls that, early in his career: "If you were a fine artist and you had to do some graphic art, you didn't tell anyone about it. And if you were a graphic artist, you'd never get a show."

He is pleased that the two merge in his show.

That merging becomes more evident in recent pieces, in which the two styles converge in single works. In Silent Run, King uses a clear, bold graphic style akin to that in his commercial pieces. Bold color blocks, nuanced by variations in the shades, produce the image of sky, water and a sailboat.

In contrast, Young Pantheists in Love, a triptych from 1993, is more conceptual. The first panel shows a man and woman in midkiss. The third panel shows the man swimming through a sea of fish. The middle panel is composed of painted plastic figurines. A mass of toy soldiers pushes up from the bottom, while the top portion is composed of animals. The piece is rife with imagery and symbolism.

Darfur (2007) is also rich in imagery. A woman in silhouette stands in the foreground, surrounded by a white haze amid a backdrop of orange sky and brown earth. The sky is filled with blue clouds, in the shape of reclining humans.

The expansive exhibit is even more impressive given the health problems that King encountered this summer.

A virus left him temporarily paralyzed, and, although he is expected to make a full recovery, his mobility is still limited.

"What should've taken two weeks took over a month," he says of arranging and hanging the show. "I've had a lot of help from a lot of volunteers."

The exhibit offers a portrait of King and a timeline of his life and work. Yet it is not conclusive, instead leaving plenty of room for King to continue to evolve as an artist.

Complex...brooding, opulent colors, somber tonality, flawlessly executed, King's spirituality is...subterranean. He gives us only what we are willing to seek. King presents us with an imagined world...they are the womb, they are the palm of God's hand, they are an ideal reality were time and temporal concerns slow down so that we might taste and feel and be and wonder. Many of the works have the feel of being underwater. The senses are bathed in amniotic fluid. Colors are ripe, luscious. King gives us the great love he bears.

-Leslie Constable,
The Columbus Dispatch


King's paintings address the dearth of spirituality in contemporary human affairs...he posits that painting can make a difference.

-Ann Cunningham
The Indianapolis Star


King’s paintings are deeply tranquil — just the right balm for a world in which what comes next often isn’t known.

-Bill Mayr
The Columbus Dispatch


It is best to describe King's work as spiritual. He uses religious, almost biblical imagery in many of the works, but King's purpose seems to be to move beyond the images- the literalness of religion to a more personal spirituality

...the serenity of the paintings...offer a strong sense of the comfort that comes from spiritual awareness or religious faith, "the peace that passes understanding."

...a celebration of the majesty and variety of nature, done through the wealth of colors King incorporates.

-James D. Watts Jr.
Tulsa World


Expressive color and surreal situations dominate King's work. King meets each surface with vigor seen in active brushstrokes and vibrant hues.

-Tracey Hummer
The Columbus Dispatch


An elusiveness about those paintings challenges the spectator's perception.

-Jacquieline Hall
Columbus Dispatch


King presses, from a limited vocabulary of forms the psychological drone that comes of processing students and others... in which curtains of figures and galloping horses, obsessively repeated are overcome by small armies of dots...incidentally, King's dots have many lives: Sometimes they resemble Pegboard holes. Other times they appear as small raised blobs of paint or as miniature flowers. In the case of the Artist's Mind, a work that sparkles with wry humor, the dots are bugs- brown and oval shaped. They are arranged in formation over a somewhat barren landscape. Kings use of pale pinks and ochres help set the painting's parched mood. Atop a double mountain range fringed with green vegetation, stands a forlorn, leafless tree- a sign of the artist- perhaps waiting for rain.

-Jeanne Fryer Kohles
The Columbus Dispatch


From the Drinking Sky Breathing Sea Catalog...

Walter King is a restless and unique artist whose multifaceted activity embraces drawing, illustration and painting, without leaving aside an intense career in advertising and teaching. In this last role, we had the opportunity to host him as part of our teaching staff in our previous season. Now he brings us a series of pictoral images in which, through a variety of techniques, he reveals an inner world rich in metaphysical suggestions, a product of tireless creative labor.

-Lic. Nora Hochbaum
Director General
Centro Cultural Recoleta
Buenos Aires, Argentina


Walter King (quien es, ademᳬ jefe del Departamento de Ilustració® ¤el Columbus College of Art and Design) define sus propios trabajos como "muy simb󬩣os. A veces misteriosos y tr᧩cos y otras humorí³´icos o subjetivos. Cat󬩣os, por momentos, en el sentido universal, no religioso. Quizá³ mí³´icos, aunque no creo necesariamente en la magia. Mí³´icos en el sentido surrealista, metafí³©co."

El golpe aní­©co de los atentados del 11 de setiembre se refleja de manera sutil en su obra má³ reciente. King ve que ahora en ellos "hay un clima sombrí¯® Hay una forma de pensar má³ deprimida, alicaí¤¡ desde ese dí¡® Fue como una epifaní¡® Cuando mi trabajo se volvió ­¡s sombrí¯ a partir de ese dí¡¬ comprendí £ó­¯ habí¡ sido mi obra antes.

-as reported in Clarin
Buenos Aires,Argentina ...

Artist Collections



Greater Columbus Arts Council, OH
Hiroshima Museum of Art, Hiroshima Japan
Ohio State University/Newark Campus, Newark OH
World Wide Arts Resources, Columbus OH
Centro Cultural Recoleta, Buenos Aires Argentina
Commercial Bank of Tulsa Oklahoma
Industrie-Technik Magazine of Hungary


The Oliphant Family, Tulsa OK
Dr Paul Allen, Boston, MA
Dr Joseph and Becca Shonkwiler, Boston MA
Brad Michael Moore, West Texas
Peggy Striegle, Tulsa OK
Markus Kruse, Absolutearts.com Columbus OH
Josep Kolanovic, Zagreb Croatia (former director of the Croatian National Archive
Herminigildo Sabat, Buenos Aires Argentina
Cristobal Reinoso, Cordoba Argentina
Maria-Elena Krevatz, Cordoba Argentina
Peter Mayo, Tulsa OK
Erika Lehman, Tulsa OK
Lillian Vasquez, NYC (formerly of El Paso, TX)
Eileen Paley and Brian Geigner,Columbus OH
Kathrine Sullivan, First U.S. female spacewalk, COSI Columbus OH director, NOAA Director.











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Artist Favorites



Alessandro Zanazzo, , , Original Photography Color, size_width{green_world-1504723276.jpg} X
Original Color Photograph, 1998
30 x 40 x 1 cm (17.8 x 25.4)
United States
Walter King, , , Original Watercolor, size_width{Fenwick_Wave-1404059563.jpg} X
Original Watercolor, 2003
5 x 3 x 1.1 inches (17.8 x 25.4)
United States
Zlatan Stoilov, , , Original Sculpture Bronze, size_width{pegas-1497982376.jpg} X
Original Bronze Sculpture, 2017
20 x 24 x 11 inches (17.8 x 25.4)
United States
Markus Kruse, , , Original Photography Cibachrome, size_width{testing_upload_20170331-1497457635.jpg} X
Original Cibachrome Photograph, 2017
6 x 5 x 1 inches (17.8 x 25.4)
United States
Markus Kruse, , , Original Photography Color, size_width{title_goes_here-1501795670.jpg} X
Original Color Photograph, 2017
12 x 16 x 1 inches (17.8 x 25.4)
United States
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Markus Kruse, , , Original Photography Color, size_width{title_goes_here-1501795670.jpg} X
Original Color Photograph, 2017
12 x 16 x 1 inches (17.8 x 25.4)
Walter King, , , Original Watercolor, size_width{Windmills_in_the_Oklahoma_Panhandle-1363299181.jpg} X
Original Watercolor, 2013
9 x 6 x 0.1 inches (17.8 x 25.4)
United States
Walter King, , , Original Watercolor, size_width{Olive_Tree_in_Zadar-1392851230.jpg} X
Original Watercolor, 1997
10.5 x 6 x 0.1 inches (17.8 x 25.4)
United States
Walter King, , , Original Watercolor, size_width{Basque_Country_Northern_Spain-1394774840.jpg} X
Original Watercolor, 2003
8.5 x 6 x 0.1 inches (17.8 x 25.4)
United States
Walter King, , , Original Watercolor, size_width{High_Water_Bull_Shoals_Lake_Northern_Arkansas-1394778648.jpg} X
Original Watercolor, 2008
7 x 5 x 1.1 inches (17.8 x 25.4)
United States
Walter King, , , Original Watercolor, size_width{Edinburgh_Fog-1394778432.jpg} X
Original Watercolor, 2002
7 x 5 x 1.1 inches (17.8 x 25.4)
United States
Walter King, , , Original Watercolor, size_width{The_Bridge_1-1408933957.jpg} X
Original Watercolor, 2014
11 x 13 x 1.1 inches (17.8 x 25.4)
United States
Walter King, , , Original Watercolor, size_width{On_the_Isle_of_Mull-1408934373.jpg} X
Original Watercolor, 2014
9 x 6 x 1.1 inches (17.8 x 25.4)
United States
Walter King, , , Original Watercolor, size_width{Mountain_View-1408934148.jpg} X
Original Watercolor, 2014
11 x 9 x 1.1 inches (17.8 x 25.4)
United States
Walter King, , , Original Watercolor, size_width{Mountain_View-1408934148.jpg} X
Original Watercolor, 2014
11 x 9 x 1.1 inches (17.8 x 25.4)
Markus Kruse, , , Original Photography Color, size_width{testing_upload_reload_function-1501543679.jpg} X
Original Color Photograph, 2017
13 x 15 inches (17.8 x 25.4)
United States
Sold
Markus Kruse, , , Original Photography Color, size_width{this_is_my_test_video-1501695527.jpg} X
Original Color Photograph, 2017
11 x 12 x 11 inches (17.8 x 25.4)
United States
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Markus Kruse, , , Original Painting oil, size_width{once_again-1497469265.jpg} X
Original , 2017
18 x 15 x 16 inches (17.8 x 25.4)
United States
Walter King, , , Original Watercolor, size_width{Scottish_Islands-1408934724.jpg} X
Original Watercolor, 2014
11 x 9 x 1.1 inches (17.8 x 25.4)
United States
Walter King, , , Original Watercolor, size_width{Scottish_Islands-1408934724.jpg} X
Original Watercolor, 2014
11 x 9 x 1.1 inches (17.8 x 25.4)
Hem Raj, , , Original Painting Oil, size_width{voice_of_god_15-1497254082.jpg} X
Original Oil Painting, 2015
72 x 24 x 2 inches (17.8 x 25.4)
United States
Pol Ledent, , , Original Painting Oil, size_width{blue_flowers_567160-1497431789.jpg} X
Original Oil Painting, 2017
50 x 60 x 2 cm (17.8 x 25.4)
United States
Moesey Li, , , Original Painting Oil, size_width{A_day_in_May-1497811562.jpg} X
Original Oil Painting, 1980
85 x 62 cm (17.8 x 25.4)
United States
Moesey Li, , , Original Painting Oil, size_width{A_day_in_May-1497811562.jpg} X
Original Oil Painting, 1980
85 x 62 cm (17.8 x 25.4)
Moesey Li, , , Original Painting Oil, size_width{A_day_in_May-1497811562.jpg} X
Original Oil Painting, 1980
85 x 62 cm (17.8 x 25.4)
Nikolaus Weiler, , , Original Sculpture Wood, size_width{before_the_election-1514476119.jpg} X
Original Wood Sculpture, 2017
24 x 23 x 19 cm (17.8 x 25.4)
United States
Eli Gross, , , Original Painting Acrylic, size_width{no_man_is_an_iland-1497517479.jpg} X
Original Acrylic Painting, 2017
50 x 40 x 1 cm (17.8 x 25.4)
United States
Eli Gross, , , Original Painting Acrylic, size_width{no_man_is_an_iland-1497517479.jpg} X
Original Acrylic Painting, 2017
50 x 40 x 1 cm (17.8 x 25.4)
Susan Elizabeth Jones, , , Original Painting Acrylic, size_width{bobber-1497892993.jpg} X
Original Acrylic Painting, 2017
6 x 6 inches (17.8 x 25.4)
United States
Susan Elizabeth Jones, , , Original Painting Acrylic, size_width{bobber-1497892993.jpg} X
Original Acrylic Painting, 2017
6 x 6 inches (17.8 x 25.4)
Sergio Milani, , , Original Sculpture Wood, size_width{money_box_201733_pinocchio-1504015545.jpg} X
Original Wood Sculpture, 2017
8 x 8 x 4 inches (17.8 x 25.4)
United States