Leonardo da Vinci said that water is the driving force of all nature. When we browse our collection of art the images of water in so many forms stand out. Water is life and images of water in one’s home or office calms us down and takes us away for a brief moment. Meeting Point from The Incado Collection reveals the power of nature as water crashes against cliffs. And from the opposite end of the spectrum we have The Pier from Vladimir Kostka where the sea is silent and calm. Sarah Parson’s take on water is abstracted and ethereal in Water Garden – where the translucent quality of water uncovers subtle hints of life.
Just in time for your Spring Break enjoyment, we have once again added many terrific new artworks to our site. The newly-released items are easy to find within our site; we also offer a downloadable PDF catalog to help with your art selections and assist with your own marketing.
Jon Bertelli, GeoMania, Cassandra Gillens, Lynn Hershman Leeson, Incado, Mike Kelly, Suzanne McCourt, DD McInnes, Sam Nagel, Carolyn O’Neill, Michelle Oppenheimer, Kurt Peterson, PhotoINC Studio, Eunika Rogers, Eddie Soloway, CR Townsend, Verne Varona, and last but not least Jan Weiss.
Also newly-added are Museum classics by artists including Edgar Degas, Paul Gauguin, Suzuki Harunobu, Utagawa Hiroshima, Edward Penfield, Théophile-Alexandre Steinlen, and Vincent Van Gogh, as well as new distributed art from Jason Bullard and Chris Consani.
Find all of the New Release 2018-4 artworks on our web site:
Image Conscious New Release 2018-4 Art
View or download* the new PDF catalog here:
Image Conscious New Release 2018-4 PDF
You can always find all of the available PDF downloads on our Downloads page:
* Click to view the open the PDF; right-click (Macintosh: control-click) on the link to download the file.
With energetic color choices and darkly romantic figures Nicholas Ivins uses bold hues of Mexican culture to create art that offers curious conversation. Luna delights and beguiles and Muerta Bride is an alternative view of a traditional event. The spirited renderings by Jorge R. Gutierrez turn classic Hispanic imagery into stories like The Holy Trinity and Magic Japanese Cockfighting.
What can we do for you? What kind of imagery are you looking for? Please reach out to us if there is something specific in subject or style that you’re looking for and be sure to visit our Licensing page for a list of artists who participate in our Licensing program. We have more images available than you see on our site so please ask.
“Using the basic art elements of color, design and texture I create a vibrant and opulent canvas which both pleases and stimulates the art lover. The absence of recognizable objective forms leads you on your own journey of discovery in each of my abstract paintings.” Karen Hale’s original contemporary artwork has been called dynamic, bold, explosive and exciting but they also involve subtle nuances of color and meaning that takes the viewer into the painting where they can make new and unexpected insights.
Hale constructs her paintings with layers of thick and thin color that is washed or glazed over textured surfaces using brushes, trowels, and found objects. She uses acrylic paints and mediums and may add a variety of paper, chalk pastels, graphite and metallic leafing. The results are a delight of color and texture.
Karen lives on five acres in the foothills of California with her husband, Tom. She is an avid gardener and her land is filled with paths, sculptures, and exuberant flower beds. Her sense of color and design are evident even in her gardens that like her paintings feel free and spontaneous but exude design and beauty.
Segments infuses jeweled tones and multiple layers – sharing hints of magenta and citron. Using subtle geometric shapes, Karen turns At The Source into magic with softer tones of blues, greens and organic earthly tones.
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Welcome to our new and improved web site!
Every web site needs to change and evolve, and ours just has. Our web site and product offerings are on now on a more solid platform, with room to grow. We’ve added new features and will be adding more in the months to come.
One new feature: Collections. You can now save, organize, and share images. Just click “Add to Collection” as you browse.
Group images however you want: by favorites, shopping lists, project or location, whatever works for you. Then share your picks through email, or by social media. To help with your own marketing projects, you can download a comma-delimited spreadsheet file containing the related data, and even save a zipped folder of the matching image files to your computer.
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There’s something about the coast that slows everything down; the smell of the ocean and a walk on the beach heals the soul. Recently signed artist Angela Saxon takes a minimalist approach to Sleeping Bear Point where sand and sea meet quietly and all is perfect in our world. Vahe Yeremyan offers a more traditional view but the same quiet sensibility with Ocean Side – Pacific Highway – gentle waves, sand and soft clouds – a trifecta of calm.
Contact your salesperson today about our entire collection of Coastal images all of our new releases.
Canadian native Timothy Oldford was born on a farm in the Canadian Prairies. His mother was a landscape artist, so his childhood consisted of being dragged to every gallery across Canada at a very young age. His father taught Tim the basics of photography on his WWII camera and Tim immediately took to the magic that the camera possessed.
At fifteen Tim moved to Victoria and fell in love with the beauty of the coast. After school he got into photography more seriously and had some success with weddings and nature pictures being published in newspapers and books. When his kids came along Tim put his camera down (as a professional) for about fifteen years and only picked it up again after they graduated school. Today Tim concentrates on Canadian landscapes, US National Parks and images across Vancouver and Victoria.
As we begin a new year Crescent Lake Chair from Tim Oldford looks to the future and a gorgeous sunrise and Fairy Lake Bonsai embodies reflection and mystery.