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something in the snow
Oil on canvas, 2014, 80 X 70 cm. "I found a dimpled spider, fat and white, On a white heal-all, holding up a moth Like a white piece of rigid satin cloth - Assorted characters of death and blight Mixed ready to begin the morning right, Like the ingredients of a witches' broth - A snow-drop spider, a flower like a froth, And dead wings carried like a paper kite. What had that flower to do with being white, The wayside blue and innocent heal-all? What brought the kindred spider to that height, Then steered the white moth thither in the night? What but design of darkness to appall? - - If design govern in a thing so small." Design, by Robert Frost. 1922.
The Binding Tree
Meticulously detailed drawing on archival paper. This is a color and image study for a larger piece that sold, entitled "Under the Shadow of Mortality". This title is the closest description for the feeling and atmosphere of the image. Not being a large piece, it can safely be shipped loosely rolled in a tube. This will cost a lot less than a framed piece.
A Move to Joy
color pencil, graphite over mixed media background, on archival paper. Abstract image, can be seen as a landscape. Based on sketches of cut paper strips, arranged in swirling, rhythmical forms.
The Human Briar
A meticulously detailed composition showing swirling bands of color and suggestions of thorns in the foreground, with complex organic forms being visible beyond these shapes, creating a depth of perspective. The symbolism being the trials and tribulations of the human condition, and the strength we display in over coming them.
Open Field Cultivation
An aerial view of farmlandsÂ are rendered in an all-over pattern of various shapes and colors. Together with the shades of green, ochre, lavender and pink they form a soothing composition without specific focus.Â TheÂ color palette and graphic shapes convey a feeling of place and abstract the landscape.
This is an aerial view of Bancroft Library in Berkeley, CA. The shadows suggest the time of day and add perspective to this campus without showing people. I extracted the graphic essence of the building, roads and trees and use my color sensibility to pull the composition together.
Sometimes all that is needed is a little light Original acrylic painting on cradled wood panel. Sides are 1-1/2"deep so framing is not necesary but optional. ***Please understand colors may vary slightly between the actual painting and the image on your screen due to my digital camera's results and your monitor.*** Any questions??? Please feel free to email.
Mystical Musings of Roads Travelled
Give me the night ... give me clouds ... give me strength.... Original oil painting on gallery wrapped canvas Sides painted black so framing is optional.
Jeffrey Hoone, Director of Light Work since 1982, has been a working artist his whole life. He has exhibited his work extensively, has served on peer review panels for the New York State Council on the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts, and was awarded a photography fellowship from the New York Foundation for the Arts. Under his leadership, Light Work has become a internationally renowned organization with an award-winning publication, Contact Sheet, and well known programs that support artists working in photography. This print is a special opportunity to own a photograph by Hoone.
I Put A Spell On You
Sometimes standing in your own space .. in silence, reminds you of how truly powerful you are. Original oil painting on cradled panel. Sides painted black for a contemporary feel. Framing is optional but not necessary.
16×24 in. Alex Kain Louis
This piece by Alex Kain is entitled "Louis". ThisÂ C-Print which measuresÂ 16Ă—24 inches includes free shipping.
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