• Mixed Media Art, Abstract Painting, Contemporary Art for Sale, “Stepping Stones” by Contemporary Artist Tracy Lupanow

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    “Every now and then one paints a picture that seems to have opened a door and serves as a stepping stone to other things.” Pablo Picasso Mixed media painting using acrylic, graphite, ink pencil, and gel embossing with stencils. Mounted in a white mat and ready to frame.
    12"x11" Mixed Media Abstract on Watercolor Paper/Available
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  • Contemporary Abstract Landscape, Tree Art Painting “Restoration” by Texas Artist Holly Hunter Berry

    Contemporary Abstract Landscape, Tree Art Painting “Restoration” by Texas Artist Holly Hunter Berry

    1 day ago - By Daily Painters Abstract

    I live in a city that has had incredible growth but I'm not always happy to see buildings destroyed to put up new ones. I am a bit nostalgic and wonder why buildings can't just be restored. I looked to the landscape to watch how in nature an area can be altered by the years and evolve. Restoration appears to be an ongoing occurrence and perhaps a model for our lives. I named my painting of this landscape “Restoration” to remind me of the rebirth we can go through and yet still retain who we are, just with a fresh, clean start.
    20"x20"x2.0” Mixed Media on Gallery Wrapped Canvas/Available
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  • Large Abstract Painting, Mixed Media, Contemporary Art "Where the River Meets the Sea" by Santa Fe Contemporary Artist Sandra Duran Wilson

    Large Abstract Painting, Mixed Media, Contemporary Art "Where the River Meets the Sea" by Santa Fe Contemporary Artist Sandra Duran Wilson

    1 day ago - By Daily Painters Abstract

    Mixed Media and gold leaf. This painting has been with me for a very long time. It even makes an appearance in my artist video on the home page. I have always loved it, but I knew it wasn't finished and that it needed a few more touches, so I lived with it. I recently put it in my office, leaning on top of my bookcases. I placed a sculpture I made in front of it. As I looked at it this way, I knew what it needed. I created a piece of patinaed fabric and metal as the addition and now it is finished. The title comes from my writings about how an individual is like a raindrop that falls from...
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