Contemporary Art For Sale Price Range: $500 - $599

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Over 4485 works of original contemporary art for sale in the price range $500 - $599. On this page you can find works by Storm Hammond, Youri Messen-jaschin, Ron Ogle, Lucille Coleman, Bessie Papazafiriou, Hans-ruedi Kammermann, Andree Lisette Herz, Franziska Turek, Emilio Merlina, Noel Stavropoulos, Jennifer Bailey, Philip Hallawell, Rosalyn M. Gaier, Hyacinthe Kuller-baron, Grace Auyeung, Eric Jacobson for the follwing mediums: 1. Links to more artwork and 155 pages for works in the price range $500 - $599 and links to further artists' works at the bottom of this page. To view a work by any of these visual artists simply click on the image or browse the artist's portfolio.


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Youri Messen-jaschin: 'Danse III', 1976 Woodcut, Undecided. Xylography 1/ 15(r) 1976 by Prolitteris Po. Box CH. - 8033 Zurich(c) 1976 by Youri Messen- Jaschin Switzerland...
, 1976
Undecided - Woodcut
22 x 15 cm (8.7 x 5.9 inches)
Youri Messen-jaschin: 'Recherche du mouvement II', 1976 Woodcut, Undecided. Xylography 1/ 15(r) 1976 by Prolitteris Po. Box CH. - 80330 Zurich(c) 1976 by Youri Messen- Jaschin Switzerland...
Undecided - Woodcut
13 x 25 cm (5.1 x 9.8 inches)
Youri Messen-jaschin: 'Recherche du Mouvement ', 1976 Woodcut, Undecided. Xylography 1/ 15(r) 1976 by Prolitteris Po. Box CH. - 8033 Zurich(c) 1976 by Youri Messen- Jaschin Switzerland...
Undecided - Woodcut
13 x 27 cm (5.1 x 10.6 inches)
Ron Ogle: 'small abstract number thirtyone', 2002 Oil Painting, Abstract. Hiram Williams taught me to often turn my painting upside down, when painting abstractly....
Abstract - Painting
14 x 11 inches (35.6 x 27.9 cm)
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Lucille Coleman: 'Grapes Bananas Vase Still Life', 2003 Oil Painting, Undecided. Still Life of fruit in a vase with a sensuously cloth draped background in the artists signature painterly style.A(c) 2003 Lucille Coleman...
Undecided - Painting
12 x 17 inches (30.5 x 43.2 cm)
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Lucille Coleman: 'Side Dip', 2004 Oil Painting, Dance. Salsa Dance Series A dip to the side in bold, buttery brushstrokes.A(c) 2004 Lucille Coleman...
, 2004
Dance - Painting
11 x 17 inches (27.9 x 43.2 cm)
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Storm Hammond: 'Monarch Migration', 2004 Oil Painting, nature.
nature - Painting
12 x 16 inches (30.5 x 40.6 cm)
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Bessie Papazafiriou: 'Beach With Seagulls', 2000 Oil Painting, Seascape.      Beach With Seagulls depicts a location near Pylos, Greece.  I love the contrast in this picture and the energy created by the breaking wave.Comments:  Framed...
Seascape - Painting
18 x 12 inches (45.7 x 30.5 cm)
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Hans-ruedi Kammermann: 'sine loco 32 portrait', 2003 Other Printmaking, Erotic. Print and Multiple monoprint of 1 original...
Erotic - Other Printmaking
45 x 33 cm (17.7 x 13.0 inches)
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Hans-ruedi Kammermann: 'sine loco 34 reclining ', 2003 Other Printmaking, Inspirational. Print and Multiple monoprint of 1 original...
Inspirational - Other Printmaking
45 x 33 cm (17.7 x 13.0 inches)
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Hans-ruedi Kammermann: 'sine loco 31 skirted ', 2001 Other Printmaking, Inspirational. Print and Multiple monoprint of 1 original...
Inspirational - Other Printmaking
38 x 33 cm (15.0 x 13.0 inches)
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Hans-ruedi Kammermann: 'sine loco 40  reclining figure', 2001 Other Printmaking, Erotic. Print and Multiple monoprint of 1 original...
Erotic - Other Printmaking
45 x 33 cm (17.7 x 13.0 inches)
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Andree Lisette Herz: 'fly rod fantasy', 2003 Acrylic Painting, Sports. Fly fishin onthe upper Delaware river. The shore line is at a bend and very rocky...
Sports - Painting
30 x 40 inches (76.2 x 101.6 cm)
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Franziska Turek: 'summer demon', 2003 Other Painting, Abstract.
Abstract - Painting
29 x 29 cm (11.4 x 11.4 inches)
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Emilio Merlina: 'thinking to the summer', 1986 Oil Painting, Inspirational. oil on canvas...
Inspirational - Painting
60 x 70 cm (23.6 x 27.6 inches)
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Emilio Merlina: 'hell king', 2001 Oil Painting, Inspirational. oil on canvas...
, 2001
Inspirational - Painting
70 x 100 cm (27.6 x 39.4 inches)
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Noel Stavropoulos: 'Guru', 2003 Pen Drawing, Portrait. Guru is an ink drawing.  Abstract, but yet figurative, this work is a beautiful interpertation of the Artist' s style and personality....
, 2003
Portrait - Drawing
8 x 11 inches (20.3 x 27.9 cm)
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Andree Lisette Herz: 'Night tree', 2002 Fiber, Landscape. Handmadepaper painted with acrylic . Thr bottom is quilted and stitched fabric....
, 2002
Landscape - Fiber
35 x 45 inches (88.9 x 114.3 cm)
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Jennifer Bailey: 'colors', 2002 Acrylic Painting, Abstract. backside of color study on piece of window glass ( supposed to be replacement for garage door window knocked out by baseball) The back of it was much nicer than the front...
, 2002
Abstract - Painting
18 x 18 inches (45.7 x 45.7 cm)
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Jennifer Bailey: 'landscape', 2002 Acrylic Painting, Landscape. The lonely property adjacent to my childhood home has a mysterious beauty. ...
, 2002
Landscape - Painting
30 x 24 inches (76.2 x 61.0 cm)
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Jennifer Bailey: 'cow', 2002 Acrylic Painting, Wildlife. The viewer' s description is better than mine on this particular piece.  ...
, 2002
Wildlife - Painting
30 x 48 inches (76.2 x 121.9 cm)
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Philip Hallawell: 'Smoothness', 2002 Illustration, Figurative. Another drawing done for the beauty center at SENAC, also with polychromeos pencils. This was for an event on straightening hair. ...
, 2002
Figurative - Illustration
32 x 25 cm (12.6 x 9.8 inches)
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Philip Hallawell: 'Luminosity', 2002 Illustration, Figurative. This drawing was commissioned by the Beauty center at SENAC for an invitation to an event about hair highlights. It was done with polychromos pencils on Murillo paper....
, 2002
Figurative - Illustration
35 x 25 cm (13.8 x 9.8 inches)
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Philip Hallawell: 'Hands 2', 2002 Pen Drawing, Figurative. This drawing is a reinterpretation of
, 2002
Figurative - Drawing
25 x 32 cm (9.8 x 12.6 inches)
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Rosalyn M. Gaier: 'To Peace', 1996 Other Printmaking, Abstract. Collagraph. This print emits such a serene message. i? 1/2To Happinessi? 1/2 was created using some of the same plates and resulted in quite a different feel.Rives BFK Acid free, 100 rag paper. ...
, 1996
Abstract - Other Printmaking
23 x 19 inches (58.4 x 48.3 cm)
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Rosalyn M. Gaier: 'To Happiness', 1996 Other Printmaking, Abstract. Collagraph. A companion to this polka dot piece is i? 1/2To Peacei? 1/2. They were created using some of the same plates.Rives BFK Acid free, 100 rag paper. ...
Abstract - Other Printmaking
23 x 19 inches (58.4 x 48.3 cm)
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Hyacinthe Kuller-baron: 'Male Nude Drawing', 2002 Charcoal Drawing, Figurative. Male Nude drawing in charcoal and pastel on paper....
Figurative - Drawing
16 x 20 inches (40.6 x 50.8 cm)
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Grace Auyeung: 'Ethereal', 2001 Other Painting, Landscape. This painting depicts a sense of timelessness versus the transience of human events. ...
, 2001
Landscape - Painting
26 x 26 inches (66.0 x 66.0 cm)
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Eric Jacobson: 'Octi-Square I', 2001 Mixed Media Sculpture, Other. This piece is made of steel and colored glass with patinaed copper elements. The elements are based on natural forms. ...
Other - Sculpture
22 x 22 inches (55.9 x 55.9 cm)
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Rita Levinsohn: 'Prey 2', 1997 Mixed Media, Abstract.
, 1997
Abstract - Mixed Media
25 x 35 inches (63.5 x 88.9 cm)
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    Storm Hammond - In many of the paintings, my intention was to give the viewer a glimpse into a peaceful moment in the Italian sense of capriccio. In others, particularly those which make use of funerary statuary, one is left questioning aspects of human solitude. It has been said that a landscape does not come alive until there is a figure in it. By using sculptures of human forms, I offer the viewer an identity within the painting. As they are stone, subtly a coldness permeates and a peculiar isolation sets in emotionally. This shifts the pastoral mood to a quiet thoughtful meloncholia. This gives some observers a surrealistic impression of my work. In the architectural alleys, the viewer stands alone on the path. There is always the unseen, something more, a mystery around the corner or through the gate. I use an indirect Old Master's method of oil painting. The process begins with the application of an abstract acrylic ground. Next, an oil grisaille is painted defining the light and dark areas. Then, multiple layers of oil glazes and varnishes finish the piece. The first drawing, painted as the ground utilizes the divine geometry of the Golden Section. The divine ratio, ...

    Youri Messen-Jaschin - From 1958 - 1962 his artistic studies lead him to the higher national school of fine arts student of Professor Arno Roberto Cami and to the Practical school of the Sorbonne, division of social sciences history of art, Professor Pierre Francastel in Paris. From 1962 until 1965, he went to the School of fine arts in Lausanne. He worked with the engraver and painter Ernest Pizzotti. A<> in 1964 with his kinetic glass and acrylic sculptures. He worked two years at the aEURoeCenter of contemporary engravingaEUR in Geneva. Then, he worked in Zurich, where he broadened his pictorial perspective with the painter Friederich Kuhn thru experience of the circle in the face. From 1968 until 1971, he acted at the University of HAPgskolan fAPr design Konsthantwerk in GAPteborg, where he created researches of textile kinetic objects. In 1967, he met at an exhibition in GAPteborgs Konsthall JesAos - Rafael Soto, Carlos Cruz-Diez and Julio Le Parc. Speaking with these artists, he discovered to be fascinated by optical art. He decided to devote all his research to kinetic art. An extended stay in GAPteborg gave him the opportunity to constantly evolve in movement and ...

    Youri Messen-Jaschin - Lucille Coleman - Although I'm able to produce other imagery, the figure has been my main subject. I believe that if an artist can capture and express the figure well, he can master any subject. I have explored the following themes to name a few: chic erotica, forms of dance such as latin and hip-hop, the family, conceptual themes pertaining to people in business, men and women in positive leadership roles and societal issues. I enjoy painting subjects and themes by using a loose, bold, direct and painterly brushstroke or flat graphite strokes over a solid drawing. Spontaneity and making visual statements by the "less is more" method is very gratifying for me. In addition, the chiaroscuro lighting of subjects fascinates me and I never tire of its effects of light and shadow. I am influenced by the works of Joaquin Sorolla, John Singer Sargeant, Caravaggio and other painters of his era, Wassily Kandinsky, Phillip Corey, Impressionism, and many great illustrators. ...

    Bessie Papazafiriou - Through my work I'm able to express reality in my own way. With a brush in hand suddenly horses can fly, the sky is ablaze, myths become reality and the world is transformed. To me, this is freedom. There is an unequaled sense of joy and satisfaction that comes from being able to express my vision and share it with others. I love it when a stranger views my work and feels a connection...suddenly we're no longer strangers. A new line of communication is open, one that transcends language....

    Hans-Ruedi Kammermann - Painting for me is passion, a fascinating process of seeing that alters the vision of things. The everyday becomes special, unique, unknown. What is seen, is never what is painted, yet the painting becomes a new reality. I don't invent abstract images but the act of accumulating material on the canvas creates form and color - being materialistic in order to transform matter into imagination and perception. In the process of painting I find new images, something appears, stimulates vision, projects lost or remembered entities, becomes alive and finally communicates. ...

    Franziska Turek - This painting is individual, without any compromise, it combinates the occurence with intuition. The pictures are intrinsic of a special magic, which is not intended or planned, its resulting out of the painting process. The organic impressioned spaces and worlds of this pictures lead to associations and they will contemplate the art of painting themselves, they open a fascinating spectrum of color, area, line, which combines to mythical compactness. ...

    Emilio Merlina - I was born in 1950 in the North East of Italy from a polish mother and a sicilian father. I toured the world until I was 35, then I returned to Italy and picked up again my old passion painting and sculpture. As for myself, I can only say thoughts and paintings, paintings and thoughts. Everything maybe useless, however everything is life. i?1/2The human being leaves its signs, graffiti, indian dreams and imagination. Now I only have left a few more possibilities to express the colors which are not. Only the sign, scratched, angry or brushed is the witness. The sign has passed from there and there it has lived.i?1/2 Emilio Merlina Some hear if a door opens Others hear a latch which opens or closes Others more they hear the Angel when he turns over a page of the Great Book From the novel Missa Sine Nomine By Ernst Wiechert I have words which relegate my hunger And the hunger which owns my body but which do not confine them I have words which are both my confined hunger and body By the Italian poetess Paola Lovisolo ...

    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...

    Philip Hallawell - I work in various media: oil, watercolor, dry pastels, pen and ink and mixed media. My work is a result of a fragmented view of the world, which gives it a surreal quality. However, my process is not surreal, because I start with a definite theme that I wish to investigate. My main area of interest is people and the human form and I am constantly investigating the physical, intellectual, emotional and spiritual aspects of Man. Over the years I have developed various series, which I revisit periodocally, investigating different aspects. In purely visual terms, what fascinates me is light and form and how I can use diverse visual elements in a complementary way, opposing, for instance, line and form, or rough and smooth textures. The use of diferent materials to achieve diverse expressions, either alone or as mixed media, along with alternating between a graphic representation and a painterly one, or mixing the two, is a very important aspect of the way I materialize my thinking into images. Equally important is the transition from very realistic images to a totally abstract means of expression and alternating between control and expressiveness....

    Rosalyn M. Gaier - Beauty. Meditative thought. Nuance. These are subjects of my collagraphs. They take on important implications when examined in light of today's American instant gratification culture. While convenience, speed and availability have become hallmarks of our American way of life and our society's progress, there remains a need for something more meaningful. That something is beauty. From my frame of personal artistic reference, "beauty" involves the viewer by initiating the response of taking pause, suddenly, unawares. Arousing the response from deep within, beauty disarms and fulfills at one and the same time. This elusive beauty is vital nourishment for mind and soul. Does today's American art disarm and fulfill? How well are our minds and souls being nourished? Unfortunately, Americans' appreciation and awareness of beauty are partially numbed by their frenzy experience of instant gratification. Beauty falls prey to the mindset of fast food, "Shop till you drop" and instant access to just about everything. We sacrifice refined taste, uniqueness and rewarded perseverance for what often is ephemeral and not quite satisfying. What this means for artists is that their best pieces can be easily overlooked. Unless relevance and nuance of an artwork can be realized immediately, instant ...

    Rosalyn M. Gaier - Grace Auyeung - Landscape painting is my artistic gravity, and I mainly use Chinese ink, colour and Xuan paper as media. I like to explore various techniques and styles, but I place strong emphasis on the use of lines to express my feelings and thoughts about the landscape I try to recreate. I see my art as a vision of my inner self and my spiritual self as well....

    Eric Jacobson - My work is influenced by a variety of sources from mandalas to contructivism "drawing in space" and nature: artists like David Smith, Mark Di Suvero, Miro, Picasso, etc. My current work incorporates brass tubing with mobiles and water. Some of these create sound as well. I have also created steel "frames", often octagonal that enclose a series of elements floating within this environment. I have been exploring the use of depth(perspective), color and balance in my work. I am very interested in the "layers" that make up each person's life history and mind, and therefore create layers in my sculpture to symbolize this. I often see things in the world as having an" inner and an outer", sometimes revealed to the world at large and sometimes hidden. This includes the human mind. People often keep parts of themselves hidden or protected even sometimes from themselves. Sometimes thes things are revealed in artwork. My sculptures also involve the relationship of the natural and man-made environments and the balance or imbalance between them....