Mixed Media Expressionist Paintings(100 items)
Welcome to the Mixed Media Expressionist Painting Gallery at NOVICA.
K. Baka Paintings and batik art
"For my paintings, many a time I see them in dreams and visions before I actually paint them. So in the morning I organize my materials and start painting."
"Since working with you, the years have been full of good opportunities.
"Aside from seeing a change in my sales, I have also seen a change in the way I do things and in my level of creativity. I have made a lot of progress in the way I work, and have achieved a... read more
Popular Mixed Media Expressionist Paintings
Mixed Media Collage Painting of Peruvian Textiles Signed Art, "Fragments of a Chronicle II"$429.99
Miriam Chipana chronicles the uniqueness of Andean textiles in this vibrant painting. She uses a variety of media, including cotton weaves and embroideries, as well as jute and gauze fragments. Modeling paste and tissue paper contribute to the creation of enticing textures. They all come under the spell of Chipana's flair for abstract narratives as she paints with acrylics.
Titled "Fragmentos de una Crónica I" in Spanish.
Music Theme Mixed Media Ghanaian Painting, "Glorious Sounds"$474.99
Enveloped in a mist of rich colors, a man plays melodies on a golden flute. Artist Prince Asher brings a dreamlike quality to this elegant painting, conveying the universal magic of music. "These are deep moments of self expression through the African flute," he says.
Original African Still Life Painting in Jewel Colors, "Necks of Unity"$609.99
Empty calabash jars emerge from clouds of vivid color. Seeming to hover in midair, the generous gourd bowls seem part of a dream world. Prince Asher paints an abstract still life of magical beauty. "I see peace and understanding within the necks of struggling gourds," he explains.
Divine Angel Woman Painting Original Art Signed from Peru, "An Angel Named Woman"$324.99
"By depicting a female angel resting on rocks I wanted to give the viewer the freedom to experience the sensations evoked by the painting such as passion, tenderness, sadness, pain, and happiness through the divine representation of woman," explains Juan Sandoval. He combines walnut stain and pencil with oil and acrylic paints to successfully achieve a mystical ambience.
Titled "Un ángel llamado mujer" in Spanish.