Contemporary Art For Sale Price Range: $800 - $899

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Over 2113 works of original contemporary art for sale in the price range $800 - $899. On this page you can find works by Harry Weisburd, Tom Lund-lack, Becky Soria, Roz Zinns, Jim Lively, Suzanne Mcclelland, Van De Ven, Jack Earley, Shelly Leitheiser, Paola Di Renzo, Nancy Bechtol, Lorrie Williamson, C. A. Hoffman, Eric Jacobson, Austen Pinkerton, Jean Judd, Vincenzo Montella, Jerry Di Falco for the follwing mediums: 1. Links to more artwork and 73 pages for works in the price range $800 - $899 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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Harry Weisburd: 'The Blue Dress', 2014 Watercolor, Figurative.      Woman in blue dressw with lover, artist , friend  sensual work.    ...
Figurative - Watercolor
11 x 14 inches (27.9 x 35.6 cm)
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Tom Lund-lack: 'Reynard', 2014 Oil Painting, Wildlife.    The Fox an essential part of British wildlife, common everywhere. Intelligence and exceptional agility are a hallmark of this species, which are not always valued for their beauty.  In this piece Reynard is pretty pleased with himself - chickens of the horizon perhaps! ...
, 2014
Wildlife - Painting
70 x 60 cm (27.6 x 23.6 inches)
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Becky Soria: 'Cycles', 2014 Oil Painting, Abstract Figurative.                      From the series
, 2014
Abstract Figurative - Painting
30 x 20 inches (76.2 x 50.8 cm)
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Becky Soria: 'Adaptations', 2014 Oil Painting, Abstract Figurative.                     From the series
Abstract Figurative - Painting
24 x 22 inches (61.0 x 55.9 cm)
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Roz Zinns: 'Bird Songs', 2013 Collage, Birds.  Gathering of birds.   ...
, 2013
Birds - Collage
24 x 30 inches (61.0 x 76.2 cm)
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Jim Lively: 'Identity Crisis', 2014 Other, Abstract.       Wine and acrylic on canvas. Part of
Abstract - Other
16 x 24 inches (40.6 x 61.0 cm)
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Suzanne Mcclelland: 'Sochi 2014', 2014 Acrylic Painting, Abstract.
, 2014
Abstract - Painting
60 x 20 inches (152.4 x 50.8 cm)
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Van De  Ven: 'Noordsvaarder beach at Terschelling ', 2014 Digital Painting, Abstract Landscape. Awarded in the annual competition of the Museum of Computer Art MOCA in 2014. This digital painting is a combination of raster and vector painting. Original, one print only. It is printed on Xpozer, an light carrier of polyester- lined paper, reay to hang without a frame. Minimalistic, floating appearance ...
Abstract Landscape - Digital Painting
66 x 44 cm (26.0 x 17.3 inches)
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Suzanne Mcclelland: 'The Conversation', 2013 Acrylic Painting, Abstract.   Two people maybe having a conversation in the back seat.two canvas 36 x 36    ...
Abstract - Painting
36 x 36 inches (91.4 x 91.4 cm)
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Jim Lively: 'The Complexity of Cabernet Sauvignon', 2013 Acrylic Painting, Abstract.       Acrylic and Cabernet Sauvignon on canvas. Part of
Abstract - Painting
30 x 24 inches (76.2 x 61.0 cm)
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Jack Earley: 'Tecumseh', 2013 Ink Painting, Indiginous.  Tecumseh- - Native American ( Indian) Painted on museum paper with watercolors and ink, sealed with highest quality artist' s varnish.  ...
, 2013
Indiginous - Painting
20 x 16 inches (50.8 x 40.6 cm)
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Jim Lively: 'Red Wine Abstract ', 2013 Acrylic Painting, Abstract.  Acrylic on canvas          ...
Abstract - Painting
30 x 30 inches (76.2 x 76.2 cm)
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Shelly Leitheiser: 'Inevitable Inferno', 2012 Acrylic Painting, Ecological.  This painting is beautiful to look at with its chaotic colors, but it represents a serious situation. Inevitable Inferno refers to the changing climate we humans are creating, and the wild fires this is exacerbating in the Southwest US and other areas of the world that are susceptible to drought...
Ecological - Painting
18 x 24 inches (45.7 x 61.0 cm)
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Becky Soria: 'Umbral Threshold', 2012 Other Painting, Abstract Figurative.                from the series Signs. Symbols. Sentinels              ...
Abstract Figurative - Painting
25 x 36 inches (63.5 x 91.4 cm)
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Paola Di Renzo: 'quilt2', 2012 Textile Art, Abstract Figurative.
, 2012
Abstract Figurative - Textile Art
150 x 210 cm (59.1 x 82.7 inches)
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Paola Di Renzo: 'quilt', 2012 Textile Art, Abstract Figurative.
, 2012
Abstract Figurative - Textile Art
150 x 210 cm (59.1 x 82.7 inches)
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Nancy Bechtol: 'Occupy Chicago Series   V  ANON', 2012 Other Photography, Activism.  Occupy Chicago, photo/ text series, Nancy Bechtol,...
Activism - Photograph
16 x 20 inches (40.6 x 50.8 cm)
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Lorrie Williamson: 'The Lone Prairie', 2003 Oil Pastel, Landscape.   The expanse of the Everglades with afternoon storms approaching painted with Oil Pastels. Best in Show award.Size with mat and frame: 16 x 12. White mat and light wood box frame. ...
Landscape - Oil Pastel
12 x 9 inches (30.5 x 22.9 cm)
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C. A. Hoffman: 'Diamonds In The Rough', 2011 Color Photograph, Abstract Landscape.  This an original photo that has been digitally- enhanced to create an original work of art. All pieces are available in sizes up to 16 x 20 inches.                                                                                                                                                                           ...
Abstract Landscape - Photograph
20 x 16 inches (50.8 x 40.6 cm)
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C. A. Hoffman: 'Crevice V', 2011 Color Photograph, Abstract Landscape.   This an original photo that has been digitally- enhanced to create an original work of art. All pieces are available in sizes up to 16 x 20 inches.                                                                                                                                                                          ...
, 2011
Abstract Landscape - Photograph
20 x 16 inches (50.8 x 40.6 cm)
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Eric Jacobson: 'BrassMobile III', 2011 Other Sculpture, Abstract.    This organic sculpture is made of brass tubing, has a mobile, creates sound when the elements hit one another, and could be part of a small water feature.               ...
Abstract - Sculpture
15 x 31 inches (38.1 x 78.7 cm)
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Eric Jacobson: 'BrassMobile II', 2010 Other Sculpture, Abstract.   This organic sculpture is made of brass tubing, has a mobile, creates sound when the elements hit one another, and could be part of a small water feature.              ...
Abstract - Sculpture
21 x 37 inches (53.3 x 94.0 cm)
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Paola Di Renzo: 'Village', 2011 Textile Art, Abstract Figurative.
, 2011
Abstract Figurative - Textile Art
120 x 50 cm (47.2 x 19.7 inches)
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Paola Di Renzo: 'for my grand daughter', 2011 Textile Art, Abstract Figurative.
Abstract Figurative - Textile Art
120 x 162 cm (47.2 x 63.8 inches)
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Austen Pinkerton: 'Owl and Moon', 2010 Other Drawing, Animals.
Animals - Drawing
225 x 300 mm ( x )
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Jean Judd: 'Rusted Grapes', 2010 Textile Art, Abstract.  Beginning piece in new series exploring rust pigmentation on fabric.  Heavily hand quilted and hand bound.  Specifically designed to hang in either a vertical or horizontal format.Artwork is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity signed by the artist.Exhibition History - - Juried into the 26th National Show of the National...
Abstract - Textile Art
12 x 10 inches (30.5 x 25.4 cm)
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Austen Pinkerton: 'Coastline', 2010 Other Drawing, Landscape.
, 2010
Landscape - Drawing
210 x 297 mm ( x )
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Vincenzo Montella: 'Portals for nowhere', 2009 Indoor Installation, Inspirational.  for transparences 30x40 cm each ...
Inspirational - Installation
60 x 80 cm (23.6 x 31.5 inches)
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Jerry  Di Falco: 'detail of CAMERA NON OBSCURA assemblage', 2009 Mixed Media, Outsider. DETAIL OF CAMERA NON OBSCURA.  ...
Outsider - Mixed Media
10 x 28 inches (25.4 x 71.1 cm)
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Jerry  Di Falco: 'CAMERA NON OBSCURA WITH CRICIFIX', 2009 Mixed Media, Outsider. This mixed media wall assemblage in a box includes a cast crucifix done in perforated plastic, acrylic paint, wood, digital photographs, a mono print, permanent ink, gesso, modeling paste, glue, and acetate.  This unique work explores the multiple connections between Leonardo DaVinci as an artist and scientist and his explorations ...
Outsider - Mixed Media
10 x 28 inches (25.4 x 71.1 cm)
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    Harry Weisburd - Harry Weisburd is an Internationally Represented Artist, including, USA, Expressions Gallery, Berkeley, California,

    Tom Lund-Lack - I am an experienced artist whose work uses the power of imagination to find find the essence of the subject.A It is grounded in the need to celebrate life, and to portray the subject through the transforming power of colour and light. Arrangements of shape, line, pattern and colour are brilliant at conjuringA up powerful expressions, sometimes these can be dreamlike and at peace sometimes exciting and dramatic. My work does not always represent an actual moment, place or object in time, but they areA the result of a process of reflection, recollection and reinvention, a distillation of experience. Art is a very small word having the widest possible meaning appreciation is a subjective judgement and no artist or workA can please everyone.A My aim is to please at least some of you and I am very confident that this aspiration is achievable ...

    Becky Soria - "Subject matter in painting is merely the trigger that allows the expression of something more profound, unconscious and possibly hidden even from oneself, and therefore all inclusive, so viscerally immanent to humankind" ( R. Alonzo) Totems beyond Patriarchy" May 2014 Nature has been qualified as a female organic form by most ancient cultures, but for the last millennia or so, the world has been primarily perceived and shaped by the masculine side of the species. Our recent history however has seen a trend towards a natural reversion to a feminine bias, with women becoming increasingly more crucial to all aspects of society. These works serve to remind us about these issues and others that we continue to face the world while reinventing the female figure as an emblem for current conditions and a new Totem for the future. The juxtaposition between the representations of the animals and plants in compromised an ailing conditions and the female form that seems to swallow and revive the life- infused aspects of her creation, render a sense of hope for a future in which the maternal provides a healing force to an ailing planet. Signs. Symbols. Sentinels" February 2, 2013 The works of the present...

    Roz Zinns - Roz Zinns has been involved in art for the last 40 years, from oil painting to weaving to contemporary art quilts. Her work has been displayed nationally and has been reproduced in US and international publications. She majored in Arts Administration and owned a San Francisco gallery specializing in original art and quality artisan crafts. Recently she has come full-circle, back to painting, and is enjoying the creativity and challenge of working in acrylics and water-immersible oils She has always had a love of the land which is evident in her work. Although she is currently focusing on landscapes, she is finding that the compositional element of land in an urban environment has become a fascinating study for her. She also loves to travel and has been interpreting her images on to canvas. She has observed that over the years many of the places she has painted either don't exist anymore or have changed drastically in their usage or appearance. So how wonderful to have captured them as they existed, but with her own interpretation....

    Jim Lively - Whether portrayed in the abstract, realism, or somewhere in between, I am most influenced by both the beautiful and unattractive components of contemporary urban culture. Many times, one painting will reflect both components. My art tends to focus upon interesting juxtapositions of close-up images of human faces. Often, the larger images border upon realism and are caught expressing a panoply of emotions usually directed at the other images that share the canvas. Several of my recent works such as the tongue in cheek entitled "Lenin and Things" contain unlikely combinations of images such as a statue of Lenin which is dwarfed by a billboard size fashion model displaying a vacuous stare. A number of works contain both large images and interrelated small images. For example in the painting "Staring at Natalie", all the smaller images are a depiction of a collective group of voyeurs staring at a larger image of a posed fashion model. I want those viewing the painting to be the ultimate voyeur. The viewer is not only drawn initially to the larger image in its own right but also cannot help but then notice the relationship of the smaller images to the large image. Works displayed ...

    Suzanne Mcclelland - DESIGNER, ARTIST, INSTRUCTOR, AND MENTOR II am a professional artist and Designer in the Sacramento area. I have a love for being creative with my clients in their home and office projects. Art has always been a love of mine. Because I visit so many homes and office I decided to extend my professional ability to create wonderful spaces for my clients. I want to bring more knowledge to the public on how I create my artwork and how it brings life to their spaces. I love the color, texture and the flow of the Pastel medium that I can use to make the piece fit in that special place. I mostly blend the pastels and use vibrant hughes. I build layer on top of layer to get the effect I want. I use different papers to create different effects that I want and go from there. I am an abstract artist and love the journey it takes me. I also work in Acrylics which I am now working with some new ideas, and will be sharing that with all of you soon. I love the energy that I feel when I work with my paintings which I share with ...

    Van De Ven - Registration Netherlands Institute for Art History RKD 473520 Painter and graphic artist, fiction writer. Graduated at University of Amsterdam. Quit work as journalist at a national newspaper in 2000 to become fulltime painter and writer. Initially watercolor, linocut and monotype of etching ground on glass. Changed to digital raster painting in 2004. Proceeded through a combination of raster-vector to vector around 2013. Lorenzo Award for digital painting at the 2015 Florence Biennale, several other awards. Author of Digital painting explained and illustrated, 2013-2019, an online source of information on digital painting. Encounters of the heart mind The latest abstract vector works, Particles and Volatiles, are the clearest representations of my lifelong effort to let the mind liberate the heart. I create contrasts. Round and angular, light and dark, concave and convex - there are many. With that I start shifting and turning, enlarging, reducing, eliminating, adding, grouping, loosening, changing color, etc. If I change something in one place the rest usually topples over and everything has to be redone. Ultimately, every action serves the contrast between hard and angular, which symbolizes reason, and soft and round, symbolizing emotion. Aspects like color, placement, size, form, rithm, all play a role. ...

    Jack Earley - After writing for two decades, I was developing an idea that I knew could be better expressed as a painting. So in the mid-eighties I took up full-time a life-time passion: painting. My work is about inner energy; about, first of all, my own energy and internal balance, reinforced through the practice of yoga and tai chi. I sign the inner energy of the subject matter onto the canvas. I work with acrylics on canvas and sumi-e inks on rice paper. I also sculpt using wood, copper and leather. Along with focusing on the inner energy of my subject matter, I am constantly working with an awareness that humans have an ancient need to see form, be it in clouds or in chipped paint on a wall or in waving leaves. The ability to decipher forms is part of our oldest survival skills. Imagine the advantage of being able to quickly spot the approaching bear among the shifting shadows of trees. Imagine the advantage and the thrill. On many canvases, I create forms so the viewer "discovers" them in an uplifting act. Often, I give the paint its head in creating forms, like freeing a captured ...

    Shelly Leitheiser - Art comes from my head and my heart. I care deeply about the environment and often do artwork expressing my interest in environmental topics. I also use my art work to tell stories and uncover truths. Water and paint are sometimes used but often I will use photography and digital painting programs to get the images I envision. I am a formally trained artist in fine art, and have recently left the world of painting realism as my interest in photography grows. Why should art and photography look the same? Now I do more impressionist art and also abstracts, many of them inspired by other worlds. The realistic painting I do these days is very contemporary. Art is a lot of work but it's also very rewarding for me when someone inquires further into the meaning of my art....

    Paola Di Renzo - Born in Abruzzo, I live and work in Sardinia .Pure amateur artist,I used to work with paper,mainly magazine paper,sand,acrylic and tempera.Nowadays I look for the pleasure of playing with colours with which I try to express feelings and emotions. If I was able to express in words what I try to convey with colours.......I would be a writer!...

    Nancy Bechtol - Artists explore and give the world a view of their personal heightened awareness. I visualize and think with keen beliefs and insights. Reflection of human and societal concerns which cross emotional boundaries-- communicating that which is unspoken. My traditional art foundations of drawing, painting and printmaking, evolved into video, digital photography and experimental media. I use digital photography and imaging to envision the concepts originating from the creative pulse.An individual artist explores and gives the world a view of their personal heightened awareness. Artists see and think with keen beliefs and insights.Reflection of human and societal concerns which cross emotional boundaries-- communicating that which is unspoken. My traditional art foundations of drawing, painting and printmaking, evolved into video, digital photography and experimental media. I use digital photography and imaging to envision the concepts originating from the creative pulse....

    Lorrie Williamson - As time passes and history is made, it is exciting to try and capture a special moment of life in a painting. It might be inspired by an earth-shaking event or just an ordinary daily experience. More often it comes as a result of looking for something meaningful to say about life as it is today by painting a picture of it. I have a passion for painting, and a ongoing desire to master the never-ending possibilities that are inherent in making art. I hope to express a mood or tell a story that will grab and hold your attention and make you want to see more....

    C. A. Hoffman - For me, my artwork is very personal. It reflects a lot about how I am feeling at any given time and place. I feel that art has to be on this personal level to completely capture how the artist is feeling daily, or trying to convey a certain thought or emotion at that particular moment. We all, at one time or another try to express our thoughts or ideas, whether it is to others or just to ourselves, by words, actions, ideas or pictures. If we are sucessful in this attempt, I think it shows through in our everyday work or art. I believe that one is either born to create art naturally or by learning. For me, I feel that I was born with this wonderful gift, and I try to improve upon it every day. In my photos and art, I hope to show how everyday objects and nature can capture our imaginations and feelings. Sometimes I work with an image to improve it, inhance it, or just to fuel the imagination. I truly hope this shows in all of my art. ...

    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....

    Austen Pinkerton - Artists Statement Austen Pinkerton If I turn my mind to it very quickly I can come up with several ideas for works aEUR|paintings, drawings, or sculptures. Sometimes ideas come to me when I least expect it, or when my mind is on other things. Ideas can be related to my current experiences, or to my feelings about things that are happening to me in my life at that particular time. Alternatively they can be related to a current interest, or something that occupies my attention at that moment, and my ideas and feelings about which Id like to share with others. A lot of my work is autobiographicalaEUR|either directly or indirectly, consciously or subconsciously. It is frequently very personal, and expresses events or circumstances or experiences in my life. I usually work in either Acrylic on Canvas, Crayon or Pastel, or both together, with Gouache, on card, Drawing in pencil, or Ink, or both, or with creating SculptureaEUR|for which I use fired artists clay. Sculpture follows a completely different set of rules and values from two-dimensional art, obviously, I think of it as Drawing in three dimensions and I take this into account when creating mine. In...

    Jean Judd - Every quilt tells a story and every quilt is unique. The common factor in all quilts is that fabric and thread are used to create a piece of art. To many viewers, cutting up perfectly good pieces of fabric into little pieces and then sewing them together again into a totally different looking piece of fabric, is unbelievable. Who would want to do this day in and day out The dedicated quilt artist and fabric collector I have always enjoyed putting jigsaw puzzles together and the same person who enjoys jigsaw puzzles discovering a finished masterpiece constructed of hundreds or even thousands of little pieces is drawn to the magic of quilt design. Each quilt design is a puzzle waiting to be put together. The design starts in the quilt artists mind and is eventually transferred into reality with the final stitch in the quilt. Many times the original design is nothing like the finished quilt but this just adds to the excitement and the design potential for the next quilt design. What starts in the mind is often transformed into a bigger, better and more dramatic finished quilt than the artist ever imagined. I prefer to make my own ...

    Vincenzo Montella - Vincenzo Montella was born in Benevento, Italy the 7/14/1952 and lives in Naples where works as psychiatrist. He is graduated in Medicine and Philosophy and specialist in psychiatry and family psychotherapy. He is artist, poet and photographer. He studied photography at the Toscana Photographic Workshops attending courses of William Allard, Michael Yamashita, Machiel Botman, Alex Webb, Jeff Jacobson, Arkady Llove, Sarah Moon, Carol Dragon. ...

    Jerry Di Falco - Photography inspires my art and acts as a vital element in my etchings. The images I employ originate from my own photographs, as well as from the images I find from my research into the digital archives of universities, historical societies, libraries, and museums. Upon locating a documented scene I wish to etch, my first step involves the execution of two to five original drawings of the photograph. My collaboration between photography and printmaking allows me the independence to integrate my personal interpretations into the scene. Moreover, I create bridges between the physical and metaphysical visual realities in the same way that a camera intersects with human creativity . . . the nexus between the mechanical and the cerebral art tools. Art unveils everything that we mask behind our belief systems conversely, I strive in my creations to clarify those phenomena we overlook as a result of our egocentric assumptions. Ironically enough, I blame this failure to notice things, a process I label, the phenomenology of connectedness, on todayaEURtms very infatuation with and addiction to the new communicational technologies of social media. My artworks therefore become like windows through which to examine the mysteries of aEURoeeveryday consciousnessaEUR. In fact, my use of ...