• mixed-media on canvas, 30 x 40

    Seen Unseen

    Seen Unseen synthesizes my fascination with the urban world of New York City and my experiences as an eco artist. I see connections to the world of nature in the abstract textures of city surfaces. I am inspired by the peeling paint and paper of Chelsea construction walls, the shadows on sidewalks and the random cracks on crosswalks. The floral tributes strewn on the mosaic stones of the John Lennon Imagine Memorial in Central Park speak to me of the organic and changing metamorphosis of life.

    I feel that the stimulating wealth of textures, colors, shapes and lines of city surfaces reveals visual surprises and insights that can enhance the unseen world within each of us. If we really take the time to see, we can enrich our appreciation of the visual world we live in, wherever that may be.

    Media: I work with various acrylic media, torn and crushed paper, and sand to create textured paintings that become references to natural forms and landscape. I use both a brush and a palette knife, layering and scraping the surfaces.

    Tribute 1 by Marian Osher ©2010
    800,600
  • mixed-media on canvas, 14 x 11
    Tribute 2 by Marian Osher ©2010
    469,600
  • mixed-media on canvas, 11 x 14
    Tribute 3 by Marian Osher ©2010
    764,600
  • mixed-media on canvas, 11 x 14
    Cove by Marian Osher ©2010
    763,600
  • mixed-media on canvas, 11 x 14
    Lonely Tree by Marian Osher ©2010
    760,600
  • mixed-media on canvas, 36 x 12
    Thunder by Marian Osher ©2010
    205,600
  • mixed-media on canvas, 22 x 30
    Cave Wall by Marian Osher ©2010
    812,600
  • mixed-media on canvas, 30 x 40
    Wallscape by Marian Osher ©2010
    818,600
  • mixed-media on canvas, 22 x 30
    No by Marian Osher ©2010
    814,600
  • mixed-media on canvas, 22 x 30
    Sidewalk 1 by Marian Osher ©2010
    828,600
  • mixed-media on canvas, 22 x 30
    Sidewalk 2 by Marian Osher ©2010
    813,600
  • mixed-media on canvas, 18 x 14
    Crosswalk by Marian Osher ©2010
    466,600
  • Seen Unseen

    Seen Unseen synthesizes my fascination with the urban world of New York City and my experiences as an eco artist. I see connections to the world of nature in the abstract textures of city surfaces. I am inspired by the peeling paint and paper of Chelsea construction walls, the shadows on sidewalks and the random cracks on crosswalks. The floral tributes strewn on the mosaic stones of the John Lennon Imagine Memorial in Central Park speak to me of the organic and changing metamorphosis of life.

    I feel that the stimulating wealth of textures, colors, shapes and lines of city surfaces reveals visual surprises and insights that can enhance the unseen world within each of us. If we really take the time to see, we can enrich our appreciation of the visual world we live in, wherever that may be.

    Media: I work with various acrylic media, torn and crushed paper, and sand to create textured paintings that become references to natural forms and landscape. I use both a brush and a palette knife, layering and scraping the surfaces.

    Artist's Statement About Seen Unseen by Marian Osher ©2010
    670,627
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