Christine Sawicky

Kitten

8 x 10 in.

$150

Abigail Spector

Dry Spell

22 x 30 x 1 in.

2015

$300

SameSource

Stovepipe Wells Dunes Sunset

18 x 24 x 1 in.

2017

$600

Laura Schuler

Riptide

24 x 36 x 1 in.

2017

$550

Seda Saar

OrbII

mixed media

24 x 24 x 2 in.

2017

$2,800

Johnny Naked

Half Page Black & White Ad for NAKEDSLAVE4ART.com Published in Artillery Magazine Sept/Oct Issue 2011

15 x 24 x 1 in.

2011

$600

Eva Asquith Wilson

Alex

14 x 13 x 1 in.

2017

$500

Debra Behr

Native American

18 x 12 x 1 in.

2013

$400

Anne Schlueter

Lower Yellowstone Falls

Image sizes are 10x15, framed sizes are 15x20

15 x 20 x 1 in.

2016

$450

Jeehye Shin

french bulldog

10 x 10 x 1 in.

2017

$340

Katharine Weber

Surface Tension

42 x 42 x 2 in.

2017

$3,100

Mara Zaslove

I see you

'End of life' issues link these 3 photographs. Each explores a unique aspect of this inevitability. The viewer has an opportunity to reflect on this passage when confronted by these images.

20 x 24 x 1 in.

2017

$520

Andrée B. Carter

Only You Know and I Know

36 x 36 in.

2015

$3,775

Pamela Mower-Conner

Grayscale Circus

12" Diameter sphere, is hollow and can be suspended from ceiling.

12 x 12 x 12 in.

2017

$1,200

Sgarzie

50 Shades of K-Dot

Portraits of the rapper artist Kendrick Lamar. Acrylic Paint and Spray Paint on Canvas. Stencil Technique.

24 x 20 x 1 in.

2000

$3,500

Angelik Hunt

LUCKY (Modified Guilherme Troian )

-Portrait of the evolution of Joshua Rogers through body modification. -Portrait was inspired by the beautifully talented and other worldly being known as Guilherme Troiano. Known for being a Tribal Fusion belly dancer and heavily modified. I hope that

20 x 16 x 1 in.

2016

$2,500

Jenny E. Balisle

Resist

Title: OPTIC 2 Size: 14x17 inches framed Medium: Pen and Ink on Paper Description: Inspired by the extensive network of fiber optic cables on the Earth's ocean floors. Price: $900 Title: RESIST Size: 6x6 inches Medium: Braille on Polymer Description: Lady Justice is a symbol of impartiality in our judicial system. Standing stoically with a scale and sword, she is blindfolded representing that power and money has no influence. A standard braille sign becomes repurposed by altering its function. The art questions how special interests have weakened democracy. Price: $300 Title: REEF 2 Size: 13.5x16x1 inches Medium: CAB Formed Plastic Description: Changing ocean temperatures, pollution, sunlight overexposure, and extreme low tides causes coral bleaching. Algae are a coral’s main food source and stressed environments cause its release turning the tissues to turn white. Inspired by the global bleaching epidemic, white-formed plastic has been repurposed into a pattern mimicking the ecosystem. Plastic pollution continues to be a key-contributing factor to the decline of coral reefs. Price: $650

6 x 6 x 1 in.

2017

$300

Kate Longmaid

Fight Like a Girl

Following the Women's March, I awoke with a vision of graffiti scrawled across a portrait. The vision translated into a body of reworked portraits featuring slogans from recent political events, historic speeches, and quotations. Reworking these portraits, I give myself and my subjects a voice. I have found something liberating about writing over the portraits. They move from the singular to the universal. The work is ultimately about standing up for issues that matter. It's about speaking on behalf of those who cannot speak or are at risk of being silenced.

10 x 8 x 1 in.

2017

$825

Kathleen Mekailek

Tower to Nowhere

While out with a friend on a rural homestead we saw from the side of the road, I spotted a rusty tower in the middle of some brush. While I had intended to shoot the falling down barn and house, I was attracted to how the noon sun was hitting this tower and how the rivets looked different at every angle. This series began my love for Black & White photography and capturing architectural details in places that have been long forgotten.

20 x 16 x 1 in.

2014

$350

Scot Wittman

Gray Stone Church

8 x 12 in.

2017

$395

Tyler B Jordan

Bow River #10

All three works are Archival Pigment Prints on 100% cotton paper, Editions of 3+ 1AP, and framed.

18 x 20 x 2 in.

2013

$500

Brock Drenth

grand farther

32 x 24 in.

2014

$1,740

Richard S. Chow

The Hall

Note: Fine art photography art work, presented with Dye Sublimation on Aluminum or Dibond Aluminum. Please see additional images http://richardschow.com/urbanscape-bw/

21 x 33 x 1 in.

2016

$1,500

Peggy Kerwan

The Edge

acrylic monotype on paper, image is 7.5x9.5, mat/frame 11x14

14 x 11 in.

2017

$300

Mey-Mey Lim

Mauna Kea

“Mauna Kea” and “Mauna Kea Sky” are views of my trip to the Big Island of Hawaii, hiking around the observatories at the top of the dormant volcano. “Canadian Rockies” is a scene of a childhood family vacation driving through Alberta and British Columbia, Canada.

6 x 5 x 4 in.

2015

$800

Maria Bouquet

Silver-Lighting

Maria Bouquet is an Argentinian artist, who is currently living between Washington D.C., NYC and Buenos Aires. Born and raised in Buenos Aires, she moves to New York to do her Masters of Fine Arts in Pratt Institute. In 2005 she graduates with an honor roll and continues to pursue her passion as a painter, photographer and artist. Her work attempts to capture the depths within spirituality in relation to the world. Till today her work has been exhibited in metropolitan cities in Latin America, North America, Europe, and Asia. Some of her professional highlights have been participating in critic and analysis of contemporary art with Louise Bourgeois in Chelsea, New York and with Carlos Gorriarena in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Also, her work has been showcased in major fairs, such as: Art Basel; AAF Contemporary Art Fair New York; Centro Cultural Borges, Argentina; Dumbo, New York; World Bank Art Society.

16 x 20 x 1 in.

2016

$1,600

Allan Peach

Fantômas Sighting on Carol Street?

Photos from the Fantômas series inspired by the books and silent serials of the 1910s

13 x 19 in.

2017

$500

Wendy Little

Eau

30 x 20 in.

2015

$500

Sara Contardi (Sc-art)

F

Photography

75 x 40 x 1 in.

2017

$10

Kevin Schoonover

in the land of of dreamy dream

matte framed

16 x 16 x 1 in.

2015

$300

Rebecca Laws

Rebecca Laws:photographer

These pieces are a compression of 100 images, each presented at 1% opacity. The images are the first 100 results that appeared when I did a Google search of the respective titles- Rebecca Laws photographer, and Rebecca Laws artist. These developed from my desire to reconcile what in my mind were two conflicting designations - that of an artist, and that of a photographer. By using a set parameter and taking a survey of images, I felt as though I was setting a definition for the terms, and by presenting every image at the same time, created a visual comparison for two abstract concepts.

27 x 30 x 1 in.

2013

$600

Andrew Au

MACSYMA

Ballpoint pen on Illustration Board

30 x 20 x 1 in.

2016

$800

Kendra Larson

the drive-in

12 x 9 x 2 in.

2016

$300

Izumi Umehara

Going With The Flow

Garden of Ink #2 is a rearrangement of Sumi brush strokes giving a new breath. Going With The Flow is a Mixed Media piece on wood that blend elements of rearranged Sumi Ink Rikyu's Tea House #9 is inspired by Japanese Tea Master Sen No Rikyu a Buddhist priest who brought the art of the tea ceremony to perfection.

Mixed Media on a piece on wood

24 x 1 in.

2017

$350

Diego Barrientos

Anxiety

20 x 24 x 1 in.

2016

$800

Wayne King

No One Could Jump Like Ed

16 x 4 x 1 in.

2011

$695

Qin Zhang

We are All Brothers and Sisters (1/10)

The three pieces I am submitting are parts of the “California Dreaming” series. “A Fantastical Dream” To be displayed with this piece: “The seen, the unseen. What is here, what is there. What is here, what was here, and what will be here. My dream, your dream, and our dreams.“ “We are ALL Brothers and Sisters” emphasizes the inter-connectioness of human beings. In my view, the problems in the world are mainly caused by over emphasis of “individualism”, even for problems related to environment. Interestingly, this type of “individualism” not only caused all kinds of social and environmental problems, it also diminished individuals in the end, as any individual existing alone is an empty shell. We can only live a fulfilled life if we live connected with others. “Hope” also emphasis that there could only be hope for everyone if people’s ideas coincide with each other. The price is for one of the 10 limited edition print, with frame.

12 x 18 in.

2017

$1,200

Valerie Daval

Angele 7 - acrylic and pencil on paper, framed

Angele 7 is part of my new series "Who is Angele?". I have found a photo of that woman in my family album of photos but nobody could say who she was. So I got obsessed with her image. This work is about woman's identity, between myth and reality. "Angele 7" is the heart of angels.

11 x 9 x 1 in.

2017

$300

Madeleine Wories

Wave of Uncertainty

These are politically motivated, part of a series called Resistance. The larger #1 was painted during the storm of campaigning pre election. The other two (among many others in the series) are expressions of the aftermath, present and future repercussions, and uncertainties.

25 x 19 x 1 in.

2017

$850

Brianna Redden

Cat-Scan

My cat Iconoclast as he invades my work space.

24 x 18 in.

2007

$60

Sara Gardner

Kneeling Archer

Kneeling Archer is from a collection of terracotta sculptures depicting the armies of Qin Shi Huang, the first Emperor of China. This painting (acrylic on canvas), depicts the statue under a spotlight with the purpose of adding highlights, shadows, and mood. The background is textured and dark. It is finished with a gloss varnish to further catch the light.

12 x 12 x 1 in.

2016

$300

Joseph Kabriel

Mama-O-Lith

My work begins as an exploration of ideas and images in a sketchbook. The evolution of these sketches is much like the process of pulling a loose thread - the outcome of which may generate a range of discoveries and reactions. From the sketchbook the work is evaluated and revised to ascertain which images will be reworked into larger drawings and/or paintings.

53 x 40 x 2 in.

2016

$2,000

Carl Shubs

Room With Geometrics

Photographs are all captured images, no Photoshop compositing.

22 x 29 x 1 in.

2016

$1,100

Dave Strauss

GUIDED BY THE LIGHT

These works are highly modified composite photographic images.

16 x 24 x 1 in.

2017

$450

Dave Strauss

SHE FEELS GOOD IN SPITE OF HER SITUATION

These works are highly modified composite photographic images.

16 x 24 x 1 in.

2017

$450

Pascaline Doucin-Dahlke

El Nino

‘El Nino’ was painted on September 2015, with the anticipation of a violent storm coming towards California that was hoped to end the long lasting California drought. Meanwhile, forecast news from the media, were surely predicting strong showers for the fall and winter. In fact, nothing ended up happening that year, and in 2016. The severe California drought continued until the beginning of 2017 when we started to receive heavy rain throughout California. Now, the painting can have its true meaning about the apprehension of a violent storm where everything looks grayish outside even in colorful California. Acrylic and ink on wood

24 x 24 x 1 in.

2015

$950

Martin Cox

Snjorteikning (Snow drawing), Iceland.

Framed Archival pigment print edition of 12 (#5166) one of series Snjorteikning (Snow drawing), minimal landscape photographic prints, strikingly stark and lacking in detail or colour contain evidence rock, ridges, fence posts and outlying farms the only visible marks on an utterly white snow filled landscape and sky.

17 x 22 x 1 in.

2017

$1,200

Maya Sato

Working Hands

Medium is liquid graphite, using my fingers and paper napkins as tools. The piece comments on hands as the original human tools and a return to our origins through a modern lens.

18 x 48 in.

2017

$600

Mark Bowers

Yes, But Does It Float

Bowers stages such fascinating dramas, loaded with subtle political implications that draw me in but leave me on edge like real impending situations do, potential disasters. And just when I'm getting scared I see the shadow of a house on the sky, thus rendered a stage back-drop, and I back up to be reminded, oh yes, this framing is the proscenium of a theater or some other window to a pictured artifice, so now I'm safe enough to reflect on what this may portend. Thoughtful, dreamful work. -Tony Phillips- ​Professor Emeritus School of the Art Institute of Chicago- Painting and Drawing Department

22 x 15 x 3 in.

2015

$2,700

Michele Castagnetti

igea

Gelatin silver print by the artist. Edition of 1. Framed.

30 x 36 x 1 in.

2000

$500

Dela Truthsayer

Black-footed ferret (Mustela nigripes)

16 x 36 x 1 in.

2015

$2,200

Anne Schlueter

Fearless in NYC

Image sizes are 10x15, framed sizes are 15x20

15 x 20 x 1 in.

2017

$450

Christine Sawicky

Cat

8 x 10 in.

$150

Jeehye Shin

Kitty 1

10 x 10 x 1 in.

2017

$340

Mikhail Sokoloviskiy

Above and Beyond

Ballpoint pen on Illustration Board

mixed media on canvas with gold leaf.

20 x 16 x 1 in.

$900

Mikhail Sokoloviskiy

At the Ocean. The landscape in Grey.

Ballpoint pen on Illustration Board

mixed media on canvas.

12 x 12 x 1 in.

$600