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

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Over 2114 works of original contemporary art for sale in the price range $800 - $899. On this page you can find works by Leo Evans, Storm Hammond, Lawrence Tuber, Shoshannah Brombacher, Jack Earley, Wayne Quilliam 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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Storm Hammond: 'Classic Monarchs', 2003 Oil Painting, Visionary.
Visionary - Painting
12 x 16 inches (30.5 x 40.6 cm)
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Storm Hammond: 'Transitions', 1998 Oil Painting, Landscape.
Landscape - Painting
16 x 12 inches (40.6 x 30.5 cm)
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Storm Hammond: 'Doria Monastery', 1998 Oil Painting, Figurative.
Figurative - Painting
12 x 16 inches (30.5 x 40.6 cm)
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Storm Hammond: 'Rubens Garden', 1998 Oil Painting, Landscape.
Landscape - Painting
12 x 16 inches (30.5 x 40.6 cm)
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Lawrence Tuber: 'True North', 2003 Blown Glass, Abstract. Blown, Hand Carved & Re- Blown Glass Vessel...
, 2003
Abstract - Glass
9 x 15 inches (22.9 x 38.1 cm)
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Lawrence Tuber: 'Chaos', 2003 Blown Glass, Other. Blown,  Hand Carved & Re- Blown Glass Vessel...
, 2003
Other - Glass
9 x 12 inches (22.9 x 30.5 cm)
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Shoshannah Brombacher: 'A golden Jerusalem', 1996 Oil Painting, Judaic. Rabbi Akiva loved his wife Rachel so much that he promised her a Golden Jerusalem ( a piece of jewelry) . He was extremely poor at that time, and she, though coming from a rich family, followed him in his poverty and gave up everything so that he could study Torah. Later ...
Judaic - Painting
16 x 20 inches (40.6 x 50.8 cm)
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Jack Earley: 'Cathedral in the Canyon', 1993 Pen Drawing, Landscape. : This drawing mixes architecture and the Grand Canyon to convey the feeling the Canyon evokes for me; that is, being in the presence of cathedrals. The drawing is on acid- free museum paper and is unframed....
Landscape - Drawing
17 x 19 inches (43.2 x 48.3 cm)
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Wayne Quilliam: 'Eyes of Innocence', 2000 Black and White Photograph, Inspirational. Young Koori( Aboriginal) boy in Victoria Australia...
Inspirational - Photograph
40 x 60 cm (15.7 x 23.6 inches)
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    Bessie Papazafiriou - 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, ...

    Lawrence Tuber - My Newest work involves blowing a multi layered blank on which I carve intricate decoration. I am using images ideas that I have been drawing since childhood. I am from Mars. I also make multi-vessel sculptures using blown and optical glass components creating families of vessels. I have been a vessel maker for 30 years. heck out my Etsy site at

    Shoshannah Brombacher - Art makes the world within the artist visible. Classical music, poetry, Jewish and Chassidic stories, traveling, the love for people and memories of eras gone but not forgotten, cities where I lived and worked, like Amsterdam, Berlin, Jerusalem, New York, or visitedm, lie Prague and Sicily, are the main ingredients of my art. My art is like the water of the canals of my native Amsterdam, Rembrandts city, the deeper you look into it, the more you see. A reflection of a reflection of a reflection...look, what you see is not what you see. My art contains texts and letters, lets writing come alive, and reflects my deep connection with the Dutch 17th century Masters, German expressionism, Russian art and medieval miniatures. My art is also a tribute to music and the world of the great Chassidic masters of Eastern Europe. The Kotzker Rebbe listened to a Chassidic storyteller in the street and stated He told what he wanted and I heard what I needed. That is Art. ...

    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 ...

    Wayne Quilliam - Adjunct Professor Wayne Quilliam is a professional Australian Aboriginal Photographic artist/film maker/cultural advisor working on the international stage. With more than 20 years experience working in all areas of photography including social documentary, sport, tourism, fashion,weddings, movies, event documentation and exhibitions, Wayne is recognised as a leading contemporary in his field. His work is a fusion of traditional spirituality and contemporary photographic processes,each image represents an interpretation of culture in the modern world. His dream is to work with all races of the world and conduct exhibitions in every country....