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Akiva Listman
Cut The mustard
$5,250
66" x 44"
Akiva Listman
Grand Advance
SOLD
28" x 42"
Akiva Listman
Traffic Cone with Shadow
$200
7.5" x 5.5"
Akiva Listman
Resolution
$5,250
66" x 44"
Lauren Matsumoto
The Rise and Fall No. 42
$900
24" x 18"
Melanie Arcand
Fleurs de mer
SOLD
40" x 48"
Melanie Arcand
Can you call me Summer?
$2,640
40" x 60"
Melanie Arcand
Fleur bleu
$3,170
60" x 48"
$2,220
42" x 48"
Melanie Arcand
Some roses can eat snakes...
$4,760
72" x 60"
$3,000
44" x 32"
Lauren Matsumoto
The Rise and Fall No. 10
$1,400
20.75" x 17"
Camilla Marie Dahl
Sunbrella (Salvation)
$950
12" x 12"
Camilla Marie Dahl
The Lineup II
$600
8" x 10"
$2,800
24" x 36"
Camilla Marie Dahl
Collection Day
$5,800
36" x 50"
$7,000
36" x 60"
SOLD
42" x 32"
Heidi Lanino
Folded Female in Pink
$5,500
48" x 36"
Heidi Lanino
Folded Female in Yellow
$2,300
24" x 24"
Shannon Fannin
Lamborghini L804 V12
$4,500
24" x 36"
Shannon Fannin
2018 Ducati Multistrada 1...
$4,000
24" x 24"
Shannon Fannin
2005 Silver Ford GT Wheel
$1,000
12" x 12"
Shannon Fannin
1972 Pontiac Firebird For...
$3,000
18" x 24"
Edward Granger
The Water Bearer 2
$5,000
36" x 50"
Edward Granger
Voyage of Spirits
$4,000
30" x 30"
$1,700
24" x 18"
Chad Kouri
A Big Task
$5,200
60" x 42"
Chad Kouri
Peace Plant
$900
14" x 17"
Chad Kouri
Ice Cream Monday
$900
17" x 14"
Chad Kouri
Almost Never​,​ Sometimes
$1,400
22" x 18"
Kevin Ledo
Grounding
$3,700
40" x 30"
Kevin Ledo
Connection
$4,400
48" x 36"
$1,400
18" x 24"
$5,000
60" x 60"
Bryan Valenzuela
Moirai Triptych - Third F...
SOLD
36" x 84"
Bryan Valenzuela
Moirai Triptych - First F...
SOLD
36" x 84"
Bryan Valenzuela
The Many-Colored Threads ...
SOLD
96" x 192"
Bryan Valenzuela
Shape Shift Plume Bloom V...
$22,000
106" x 144"
Bryan Valenzuela
Squall Line
$12,000
48" x 60"
$18,000
106" x 72"
Bryan Valenzuela
On the Cusp of the Wild F...
SOLD
144" x 72"
Bryan Valenzuela
Echoes of the Invisible I...
$16,000
72" x 48"
Alexander Jowett
Distant Horizons
$4,000
36" x 36"
Richard Hughes
Eastern yellow robin 1
$900
16.5" x 11.7"
Richard Hughes
Eastern yellow robin 2
$900
16.5" x 11.7"
Richard Hughes
Eastern yellow robin 3
$900
16.5" x 11.7"
Richard Hughes
Puffin on pink
$900
11.7" x 16.5"
Richard Hughes
Red browed finch on pink
$500
8.3" x 11.7"
Richard Hughes
Kingfisher on turquoise
$900
11.7" x 16.5"
Richard Hughes
Flame robin on blue
$500
8.3" x 11.7"
Richard Hughes
Heron on pink
$900
16.5" x 11.7"
Richard Hughes
Flamingo on green
$900
16.5" x 11.7"
Richard Hughes
Bluejay on pink
$500
8.3" x 11.7"
Richard Hughes
Black redstart on blue
$900
11.7" x 16.5"
Richard Hughes
Black headed gull on gree...
$900
11.7" x 16.5"
Richard Hughes
American goldfinch on gre...
$500
8.3" x 11.7"
Richard Hughes
Stonechat on green
$500
8.3" x 11.7"
Richard Hughes
Goldfinch on pink
$900
11.7" x 16.5"
Richard Hughes
Robin on green
$500
8.3" x 11.7"
Richard Hughes
White wagtail on yellow
SOLD
8.3" x 11.7"
$3,000
44" x 32"
Will Hutnick
Slow Like Honey
$3,000
28" x 22"
Will Hutnick
One Minute
$3,000
28" x 22"
Will Hutnick
My Sources Say Ask Again ...
$3,000
28" x 22"
Will Hutnick
Like Gathering Of Ghosts
$3,000
28" x 22"
Will Hutnick
And You Can Tell Everybod...
$3,000
28" x 22"
Vicky Barranguet
Timelessness
On Hold
54" x 96"
Alison Cooley
Perenne 3300 (diptych)
On Hold
36" x 72"
Alison Cooley
Aether 2700x (diptych)
On Hold
48" x 120"
Alison Cooley
Perenne 4400
$715
26" x 20"
Alison Cooley
Perenne 4300
$715
26" x 20"
Alison Cooley
Perenne 4200
$715
26" x 20"
Alison Cooley
Perenne 4100
$715
26" x 20"
Alison Cooley
Perenne 4000
$715
26" x 20"
Alison Cooley
Perenne 3200 (triptych)
$6,000
40" x 90"
Alison Cooley
Perenne 3500 (diptych)
$8,300
48" x 120"
Akiva Listman
Leftovers
$3,900
50" x 36"
SOLD
42" x 64"
Robert von Bangert
Au Clair de la Lune
On Hold
40" x 30"
Jon Legere
Calypso
$4,000
36" x 50"
Jon Legere
Eat The Cake
$5,000
60" x 60"
$1,000
16" x 12"
$1,700
20" x 16"
$4,500
30" x 30"
$4,500
30" x 30"
$3,500
20" x 20"
Philippe Halaburda
Jaarssma Lipps
$4,500
30" x 30"
Philippe Halaburda
Fathhonii us
$4,500
30" x 30"
Philippe Halaburda
Not a Reetin
$4,500
30" x 30"
Philippe Halaburda
Quissubiing Ramill
$3,500
20" x 20"
Philippe Halaburda
Kuurniadd skin
$3,500
20" x 20"
$3,500
20" x 20"
Philippe Halaburda
A Perkkas coral
$3,500
20" x 20"
Philippe Halaburda
Herremaa en terre 6
$1,000
24" x 18"
Philippe Halaburda
Herremaa en terre 1
$1,000
24" x 18"
Philippe Halaburda
Dhaaka vs Splacc 5
$1,000
24" x 18"
Philippe Halaburda
Dhaaka vs Splacc 4
$1,000
24" x 18"
Philippe Halaburda
Omega Ohhno Agawaa 6
$1,000
24" x 18"
Philippe Halaburda
Omega Ohhno Agawaa 2
$1,000
24" x 18"
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About Acrylic paintings

Styles of Acrylic Painting Acrylic paint is a form of synthetic resin that dries quickly and has both the bold, deep shine and gloss associated with oil painting and the bright transparency of watercolor. The paints are immensely flexible and easy to work with, making them a firm favorite with modern artists. Modern acrylic painting takes many forms. Due to its versatility, it can be mixed easily with other media, making abstract acrylic painting extremely popular. Realistic acrylic painting is also commonplace, as details are easy to pick out. Acrylic paint was only invented in the 1940s, so contemporary acrylic painting styles dominate. It was a hugely popular technique during the 1960s, and played a prominent role in Pop Art, Optical Art, and color field painting. Subjects in Acrylic Painting The main advantage of acrylic paint over oil paint is its fast-drying properties. It makes it incredibly versatile and portable, meaning that the subject matter of acrylic paintings is almost limitless! Acrylic flower painting is often favored by those new to the form, as flowers are a beautiful and colorful subject, brought to life with acrylic paint. Natural themes abound in acrylic painting due to how easy the paint is to work with, making landscapes, trees, the ocean, and mountains popular subjects. Due to the popularity of acrylic as a painting medium during the 60s and its influence on Pop Art, there is an array of famous acrylic paintings that use both hyper-realistic and deeply abstract subjects. Materials Used in Acrylic Painting Acrylic paint is an extraordinarily flexible medium and, depending on the dilution, can resemble gouache, oil painting, and even watercolor. The paint itself is a mixture of pigment and acrylic polymer emulsion, with various stabilizers and plasticizers to create a fast-drying effect. Acrylic painting on canvas is the most common form, but acrylic paint can bond with almost any surface or material. From paper and engineered wood to plastic and ceramics, colorful acrylic painting on a vast range of media is not unusual. Acrylic painting often uses mixed media to create exciting effects, using sand or rice mixed directly into the paint. Black and white acrylic painting can create dramatic contrasts and is often chosen for large canvases or blank walls. Famous Artists of Acrylic Paintings Due to the relative modernity of the style, most famous acrylic paintings date from the second half of the 20th century and onward. Acrylic painting had a significant influence on a variety of art forms from the 60s on, including Pop Art, Optical Art, and the Color Field Movement. Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein used acrylic paint extensively in their work. Both Helen Frankenthaler and Kenneth Noland took advantage of the properties of acrylic to use the “soak-stain” effect in their color field paintings, and Morris Louis’s Unfurled series features some of the most ambitious acrylic works ever painted.