Nature

8 artworks


  • Goldeneye Original Acrylic Painting by Jordan Mendenhall

    Jordan Mendenhall Goldeneye Original Acrylic Painting by Jordan Mendenhall

    Goldeneye Original Painting Acrylic on Canvas Mounted on Panel by Jordan Mendenhall Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. 2014 Signed Custom Gold Framed Orginal Painting Artwork Size 23x9 "I’ve always loved Zelda games and other video game classics. Even watching people play video games was magical to me when I was growing up. My older brothers did most of the playing because I was no good, but the games were magical. You could live, adventure, race, fight and make friends in these alternate worlds. I guess that’s why I love video games and art so much till this day. You get to create worlds and live in them and escape from reality. Real-life is stressful and sometimes is too much. I love to escape through my art and video games." - Jordan Mendenhall

    $1,134.00

  • Paths We Pave Original Spray Paint Acrylic Painting by Malt

    Malt Paths We Pave Original Spray Paint Acrylic Painting by Malt

    Paths We Pave Original Painting Spray Paint & Acrylic on Cradled Wood by Malt Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. 2011 Signed Paths We Pave Original Spray Paint Acrylic Painting by Malt Malt is a self-taught artist, living and working in Metro Detroit. Blending graffiti and aerosol techniques with his signature acrylic style, the latest work from Malt takes an abstract spin on traditional landscapes and the characters that inhabit the psychedelic backdrops. The juxtaposition of forest birds, trees, life/death, growth/decay, strength/weakness is what keeps things fresh and habitually interesting in Malt's work.

    $2,744.00

  • From The Ground Up Round 2- #22 - Sprayed Paint Art Collection

    Meggs From The Ground Up Round 2 #22 Original HPM Painting Print by Meggs

    From The Ground Up Round 2- #22 Original Hand-Painted Multiple 2-Color Screen Print on Reclaimed Wood ready to hang by Meggs Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. 2015 From The Ground Up Round 2 #22 Original HPM Painting Print by Meggs Ready To Hang Meggs Adapting his street art and graffiti to fine art has granted Meggs extensive opportunities to travel, professionally exhibit his work, and participate in mural festivals around the globe. His street art and gallery works are recognized nationally and internationally in cities such as Melbourne, Sydney, London, San Francisco, Paris, Tokyo, Hawai‘i, Mexico, Los Angeles, and Hong Kong. Meggs’ artworks are included in the permanent paper collections of the National Gallery of Australia and the Victoria & Albert Museum of London.

    $613.00

  • Meditating Bear Original Oil Painting by Phil Lumbang

    Phil Lumbang Meditating Bear Original Oil Painting by Phil Lumbang

    Meditating Bear Original Painting Oil on Canvas, Gallery Wrapped by Phil Lumbang Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. Original one-of-a-kind painting of a meditating stone bear in purple bamboo woods.

    $3,135.00

  • Sale -15% Island Yachting 84 Original Oil Painting by Peter Keil

    Peter Keil Island Yachting 84 Original Oil Painting by Peter Keil

    Island Yachting 84 Original One of a Kind Oil Mixed Media Painting Artwork on Masonite Board by Popular Modern Impressionist Artist Peter Keil. 1984 Signed 24x12 Original Peter Keil Painting of Boats on the Lake Unveiling "Island Yachting '84" by Peter Keil "Island Yachting '84" is an original oil mixed media painting on Masonite board, a distinctive piece by Peter Keil, a celebrated modern impressionist artist. Signed and dated in 1984, this 24x12 artwork depicts a vibrant scene of boats on a lake, a subject that Keil approaches with his characteristic abstract flair and robust use of color. His portrayal of the yachting scene is not confined to the mimetic representation but is a lively expression of the scene's rhythm and the artist's emotional response. This piece exemplifies Keil's integration of Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork aesthetics into his impressionistic style. This synthesis has marked his place in modern art. Keil's choice of Masonite board as his canvas reflects his affinity for mediums that resonate with the authenticity and rawness of street art. The material's inherent durability and smooth surface make it an ideal foundation for Keil's vigorous painting style, allowing for the thick application of oil paint, a hallmark of his work. The textural qualities of "Island Yachting '84" give it a tactile presence and capture the transient effects of light and movement, much like the fleeting nature of graffiti art. The Artistic Merit of "Island Yachting '84" The artistic merit of "Island Yachting '84" lies in its dynamic composition and the expressive power of its brushwork. The sweeping gestures and bold contours that define the boats and their reflections in the water demonstrate Keil's prowess in conveying motion and depth. The painting's foreground is dominated by dark, silhouetted figures that starkly contrast the brightly colored yachts, creating a visual dialogue between the elements. This technique of determining light and dark, color and form, is reminiscent of the dramatic tension found in street murals and pop art imagery, a quality that Keil masterfully incorporates into his work. Keil's employment of mixed media also indicates his experimental approach to art-making. By combining various materials and techniques, he crafts a complex visual experience that challenges traditional boundaries and evokes the layered textures of urban street art. "Island Yachting '84" is thus not only a representation of a lakeside leisure activity but a manifestation of the artist's innovative spirit and contribution to the discourse of Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork. Impact and Legacy of Peter Keil's Work The impact and legacy of Peter Keil's work, as exemplified by "Island Yachting '84," are deeply rooted in his ability to infuse traditional impressionist motifs with the energy and spontaneity of street art. His distinctive style, characterized by an expressive use of line and color, has influenced a generation of artists who seek to bridge the gap between the gallery and the street. Keil's paintings are celebrated for their vivacity and capacity to engage viewers on both an aesthetic and visceral level. Moreover, "Island Yachting '84" reflects Keil's broader vision for art as a medium that is accessible and relatable. His deliberate choice to work with materials and subjects directly correlating to everyday experiences speaks to his desire to democratize art, a principle at the heart of Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork. Through pieces like this, Keil invites the viewer to partake in a visual journey that is both intimate and universal, a journey that is underscored by the unifying power of art. "Island Yachting '84" is a testament to Peter Keil's innovative blending of genres, a vibrant piece that captures the essence of his artistic inquiry. It is a compelling example of how the sensibilities of Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork can be translated into a more traditional art form, maintaining their inherent vibrancy and immediacy. As Keil's work continues to inspire and resonate, "Island Yachting '84" remains a significant piece within the oeuvre of an artist who has consistently pushed the boundaries of expression and form.

    $588.00$500.00

  • Sale -15% Face Yachting 84 Original Oil Painting by Peter Keil

    Peter Keil Face Yachting 84 Original Oil Painting by Peter Keil

    Face Yachting 84 Original One-of-a-Kind Oil Mixed Media Painting Artwork on Masonite Board by Popular Modern Impressionist Artist Peter Keil. 1984 Signed 24x12 Original Peter Keil Painting of a large face and Boats on the Lake Peter Keil's Child's Face '84: A Fusion of Expressionism and Street Pop Art The "Child's Face '84" by Peter Keil stands as a vibrant example of how modern impressionist techniques can intersect with the ethos of Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork. Measuring 12x16 inches, this original oil mixed media painting on cardboard brings forth the distinct style of Keil, often recognized for his spontaneous, bold approach to modern art. The painting, which presents a giant boy's face, encapsulates the innocence and expressiveness associated with children, rendered through the lens of Keil's vivid, impressionistic style. Characteristic of Peter Keil's original works, this piece exhibits some paint chipping on the cheek, a natural consequence of the artist's heavy impasto technique and the delicate nature of cardboard as a medium. The chips do not detract from the artwork's impact; instead, they add to the piece's narrative, reflecting the passage of time and the tactile history of Keil's artistic process. This textural element, common in Keil's originals, underscores the raw, unfiltered emotion he seeks to capture in his subjects. Interpreting Keil's Artistic Language in Child's Face '84 Interpreting Keil's "Child's Face '84" requires an appreciation of his artistic language, which merges the abstracted forms of impressionism with street art's vibrant colors and emotional immediacy. Keil's portrayal goes beyond simply representing a child's features; it explores character and emotion conveyed through exaggerated forms and a rich color palette. The large, luminous eyes dominate the composition, serving as windows to the child's soul and echoing the depth of human experience that Keil aims to explore through his art. The choice of cardboard as a substrate for this piece mainly tells of Keil's intention to bridge the gap between conventional fine art and the more accessible, everyday materials often used in Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork. This unconventional choice reflects a democratization of art, a key theme in street art, where the emphasis is on making art available and relatable to a broad audience. By utilizing cardboard, Keil challenges traditional art norms and aligns himself with a form of artistic expression grounded in the realities of urban life. The Lasting Influence of Keil's Approach to Portraiture The lasting influence of Peter Keil's approach to portraiture is evident in "Child's Face '84." His work, often categorized under the umbrella of modern impressionism, resonates with a broader range of art forms, including Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork. Keil's contribution to these genres lies in his ability to infuse traditional portrait painting with a sense of immediacy and street-wise rawness often found in urban art. This painting, with its bold contours and striking colors, is a testament to Keil's innovative spirit and impact on contemporary art. Furthermore, the painting's vibrant quality, a defining characteristic of Keil's work, underscores the expressive potential of Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork. "Child's Face '84" exemplifies how these genres can convey complex emotional narratives, challenging the perception that street art is solely concerned with public commentary or social critique. Keil's portrait is a celebration of individuality and the human spirit, encapsulated within the gaze of a child and articulated through the medium of paint. Peter Keil's "Child's Face '84" is a significant piece that captures the intersection of modern impressionism with the dynamic world of Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork. The painting's spontaneous execution, vibrant colors, and textural nuances contribute to its enduring appeal and status as a meaningful representation of Keil's artistic vision. As a piece that bears the marks of its creation, it continues to engage and inspire, offering a window into the depth and diversity of Keil's oeuvre.

    $588.00$500.00

  • Into The Forest Original Acrylic Painting by Mandy Tsung Into The Forest Original Acrylic Painting by Mandy Tsung

    Mandy Tsung Into The Forest Original Acrylic Painting by Mandy Tsung

    Into The Forest Original One of a Kind Acrylic Painting Artwork on Stretched Gallery Wrapped Canvas by Popular Street Graffiti Artist Mandy Tsung. 2013 Original Acrylic on Canvas by Mandy Tsung 12x9

    $629.00

  • Coati The Gang Original Acrylic Painting by Dulk- Antonio Segura Donat

    Dulk- Antonio Segura Donat Coati The Gang Original Acrylic Painting by Dulk- Antonio Segura Donat

    Coati The Gang is an Original Acrylic Graphite Pencil Painting by Dulk—Antonio Segura Donat. It is one of a Kind of Artwork Framed on Japanese Handmade Fine Art Paper by a Street Art Pop Artist. 2023 Signed Pencil & Acrylic Paint Original Painting Artwork Custom Framed by Artist Size 9.84x12.2 Unframed 7.09x9.46 Dulk's Fusion of Naturalism and Fantasy: "Coati The Gang" In the piece "Coati The Gang," Dulk, the artistic alias of Antonio Segura Donat, transports us to a realm where wildlife and imagination intertwine. This original artwork, brought to life through acrylic and graphite pencil on Japanese handmade fine art paper, demonstrates Dulk's unique ability to fuse elements of street art pop with classical painting techniques. Artistic Craftsmanship of Dulk's Original Painting This one-of-a-kind painting, meticulously framed by the artist, measures 9.84x12.2 inches with a slightly smaller canvas size of 7.09x9.46 inches when unframed. The bespoke nature of the frame enhances the viewing experience, tailored to accentuate the intricate details and delicate paper choice. The selection of Japanese handmade fine art paper for "Coati The Gang" mainly tells of Dulk's dedication to quality and craftsmanship, providing a subtle texture that complements the detailed brushwork and graphite precision. Captivating Imagery by Antonio Segura Donat "Coati The Gang" is a testament to Dulk's storytelling through visuals, with its central figure, the coati, portrayed in stunning detail amidst a cast of enchanting characters. The artwork is steeped in the rich tradition of naturalist illustration yet is distinctly modern in its execution and style. Dulk's narrative merges the organic world with a touch of the surreal, inviting the viewer to delve into a story that unfolds with every gaze. The use of acrylic paint brings a vibrancy to the artwork, while the pencil's subtlety allows for fine gradations and texture that give depth and life to the creatures within. The meticulous brush strokes and careful shading underscore the thematic elements of street pop art and graffiti artwork, where the message is often conveyed through the potency of the image itself. The "Coati The Gang" original painting is more than a piece of artwork; it is a window into Dulk's imaginative world, where the boundaries of street pop art and fine art beautifully collide. It represents the artist's commitment to bringing the wonders of the natural world into the urban art dialogue, establishing Dulk as a vanguard in the space where pop culture and wildlife conservation meet.

    $4,000.00

Nature

Nature can be a powerful and versatile subject in graffiti street pop art. Artists can use natural elements such as trees, flowers, and animals to create stunning murals that reflect their connection to the environment and their appreciation for the beauty of the natural world. One popular approach to incorporating nature into graffiti street pop art is to create large-scale murals that depict realistic or stylized versions of natural subjects. For example, an artist might paint a towering tree that stretches across an entire wall, or a brightly colored bird that appears to be taking flight. These types of murals can be incredibly impactful, as they capture the majesty and wonder of the natural world in a way that is both awe-inspiring and accessible to viewers. Another approach is to use natural elements as part of a larger composition. For example, an artist might incorporate leaves or vines into a more abstract design, using them as a way to add texture, color, and depth to the piece. This can create a dynamic and visually compelling work of art that is both abstract and organic. Finally, some artists use nature as a way to make political or social statements. For example, an artist might create a mural that depicts an endangered animal or a tree that has been cut down, drawing attention to the impacts of human activities on the environment. This type of art can be a powerful way to raise awareness and inspire action on environmental issues. Nature is a rich and endlessly inspiring subject for graffiti street pop art. By incorporating natural elements into their work, artists can create beautiful and thought-provoking pieces that connect viewers to the environment and encourage them to appreciate and protect the natural world.

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