Jerry Opper Black & White Original Lithograph, 1940-50s
California School of Fine Arts. Opper�۪s prints have been included in several major shows throughout the country: Oakland Art Gallery; Sacramento State
attended art classes at Choiunard Art Institute. In 1942 he was drafted into the army and was then able to study at the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center
State Fair; San Francisco Museum of Art; International Color Lithography Exhibition at Cincinnati, Ohio; Pennell Print Show at the Library of Congress, Washington
Original 1940-50s Abstracted San Francisco Victorians by Jerry Opper
California School of Fine Arts. Opper�۪s prints have been included in several major shows throughout the country: Oakland Art Gallery; Sacramento State
attended art classes at Choiunard Art Institute. In 1942 he was drafted into the army and was then able to study at the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center
State Fair; San Francisco Museum of Art; International Color Lithography Exhibition at Cincinnati, Ohio; Pennell Print Show at the Library of Congress, Washington
1940-50s Sober Original Stone Lithograph Abstract by Jerry Opper
California School of Fine Arts. Opper�۪s prints have been included in several major shows throughout the country: Oakland Art Gallery; Sacramento State
attended art classes at Choiunard Art Institute. In 1942 he was drafted into the army and was then able to study at the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center
State Fair; San Francisco Museum of Art; International Color Lithography Exhibition at Cincinnati, Ohio; Pennell Print Show at the Library of Congress, Washington
Jerry Opper Original Abstract in Gray, 1940-50s
California School of Fine Arts. Opper's prints have been included in several major shows throughout the country: Oakland Art Gallery; Sacramento State
attended art classes at Choiunard Art Institute. In 1942 he was drafted into the army and was then able to study at the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center
State Fair; San Francisco Museum of Art; International Color Lithography Exhibition at Cincinnati, Ohio; Pennell Print Show at the Library of Congress, Washington
Wine Country Sunset (Original) by Shelli Walters
I love wine country. Not just for the delightful wine but for the colors of the landscape and the scent of grapes in the air. This piece was inspired by
"Nobscusset Light" Artwork
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and shadows is the perfect way to start your art collection. Hang this beautiful rendition of a quiet country road in your home for a daily reminder of nature's
"Eloquence" (Original) By Carol Santora
Paintings. Her Work Has Been Shown In Museums And Galleries Across The Country And In France, And Has Been Selected To Represent Animal Advocacy Agencies
Me And The Grand Teton Gallery, Jackson, Wy. She Maintains Santora Fine Art At Her Kennebunk Me Residence Where She Lives With Her Husband David And Their
"Water" (Original) By Jenna O'Connell
Acrylics, At Various Art Schools In Pennsylvania, Indiana, Massachusetts. In Pennsylvania Where I Grew Up, There Was Beauty In The Country-Side'S Sweeping
Self We Find In The Sea. �ۥ E.E. Cummings About The Artist: Hello Fellow Art Appreciators! All My Life I'Ve Loved Beautiful Things. I'M Glad You Do Too
Abres 3 (Original) by Karen Jacobs
Jacobs is a professional artist with gallery representation around the country including New Orleans, Santa Fe, Atlanta and elsewhere. Her work includes
"Suspension" (Original) by Claire Elizabeth Stringer
life. Through applying her background in Art History, Stringer often responds to the notion of HIGH and LOW art, and GOOD and BAD taste. Focusing mainly
both tension and synthesis. Often collaborating with artists around the country via mail, her works are embedded with reminders of community and pluralism
masculinity and softening toughness. Using images from culture, fashion, and art history magazines, this collage addresses how we choose to put a value on
addresses our dualistic attitude, as well as the friction and space between art and life. About the artist: Claire Stringer is a Chicago-based artist who
Oneness (Original) by Ahavani Mullen
the Encaustic Art Institute in Santa Fe, the International Encaustic Conference in Provincetown, MA, Illinois Institute of Technology, the Art Center in Highland
Her work is held in numerous private and public collections around the country. Ahavani is a member of the professional organization of midwest encaustic
of my artwork, has evolved from silence. I align the process of creating art with a spiritual practice, drawing on inner experiences and meditations.
Statement: My works have evolved from silence. I align the process of creating art with a spiritual practice, drawing on inner experiences and meditations.
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