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FIGURATIVE

Figurative art is artwork that is representational, clearly derived from real object sources, and includes the human figure.

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  • Card Players – Christina Fitch

    $1,800.00

    Card Players

    Framed 40 x 30″

    Mixed Media

    Card Players is part of the “Moments in Time” series. It depicts four boys hanging out on the beach at Ocean City, New Jersey, playing cards and listening to the radio, sometime during the 1950’s. It was inspired by old family photos. Two of the boys are my uncles. It symbolizes a slower, more innocent time, when the most important technology was the family radio. 

  • In the Presence of My Enemy – Sara Joseph

    $2,700.00

    In the Presence of My Enemy

    Gallery Wrap 36 x 48”   

    Acrylic on Canvas

    Thou preparest a table before me in the presence of mine enemies: thou anointest my head with oil; my cup runneth over. Psalm 23:5

  • The Still Place – Sara Joseph

    $2,700.00

    The Still Place

    Gallery Wrap 36 x 48”   

    Acrylic on Canvas

    He restoreth my soul: he leadeth me in the paths of righteousness for his name’s sake. Psalm 23:3

  • Mischief – Christina Fitch

    $1,800.00

    Mischief

    Gallery Wrap 28 x 71”

    Mixed Media

    This series draws inspiration from fading memories, moments in time, and personal narratives. The artwork is taken from old photos of my family, which will include 4 generations. The theme of the painting deals with memories. Each painting is distorted in some way to show the inaccuracy of our memories. Memories are reconstructions of reality, filtered through people’s minds. They are not perfect snapshots of events. When we look back at old photos we reinterpret them. Our minds have a different way of processing things from the past. Sometimes memories evoke more emotions than the moment it happened. The photo captures historical documentation of a moment in time. It does not tell the whole story and it doesn’t show what is truly going on in the character’s life. One can see what the person is doing and what they looked like, but not what they were thinking or feeling. Distortions are used to emphasize how the memory collected with the camera and can change over time. It also emphasizes how the photograph might not tell the whole story.

  • The Bather – Christina Fitch

    $700.00

    The Bather

    Gallery Wrap 24 x 30”

    Mixed Media

    This series draws inspiration from fading memories, moments in time, and personal narratives. The artwork is taken from old photos of my family, which will include 4 generations. The theme of the painting deals with memories. Each painting is distorted in some way to show the inaccuracy of our memories. Memories are reconstructions of reality, filtered through people’s minds. They are not perfect snapshots of events. When we look back at old photos we reinterpret them. Our minds have a different way of processing things from the past. Sometimes memories evoke more emotions than the moment it happened. The photo captures historical documentation of a moment in time. It does not tell the whole story and it doesn’t show what is truly going on in the character’s life. One can see what the person is doing and what they looked like, but not what they were thinking or feeling. Distortions are used to emphasize how the memory collected with the camera and can change over time. It also emphasizes how the photograph might not tell the whole story.

  • Cast Your Bread – Sara Joseph

    $425.00

    Cast Your Bread

    Framed 20.5 x 24.5″

    Mixed Media

    This mixed media painting is painted with acrylics, along with the addition of the dynamic fibers of paper created by pounding banana leaves. The inspiration for the painting is the verse “Cast your bread upon the waters, for you will find it after many days.” Ecclesiastes 11:1 

  • Brother Billy – Christina Fitch

    $500.00

    Brother Billy

    Gallery Wrap 20 x 24”

    Mixed media digital painting on wood panel

    Brother Billy comes from a photo taken at Disneyworld of me “dunking” my younger brother. Though my memory is of playfulness and fun, the look on his face is of fear and anxiety.

  • Surgeon General’s Warning – Christina Fitch

    $800.00

    Surgeon General’s Warning – Christina Fitch

    Gallery Wrap 36 x 24”

    Mixed media digital painting on wood panel

    “Surgeon General’s Warning is a painting of my aunt and grandmother. In it, they are relaxing as they contemplate the complexities of life. The photo reminded me of old movies, when the characters would be sitting around, smoking. At that time no one knew of the dangers of smoking cigarettes.”

  • In the Studio – Christina Fitch

    $800.00

    In the Studio

    Gallery Wrap 36 x 24”

    Mixed media digital painting on wood panel

    “In the Studio is from a photo of my Grandmother and Aunt working together in their studio on a project.  Both of them seem to be happy, as if life and business are going well. It masks the challenges that they faced at the time with running a business and maintaining a family. My grandmother, in the forefront always seemed to be happiest when working on her art.”

  • Under the Ben Franklyn Bridge – Christina Fitch

    $1,800.00

    Under the Ben Franklyn Bridge

    Gallery Wrap 36 x 36”

    Mixed media digital painting on wood panel

    The setting is under the Ben Franklyn Bridge in Philadelphia, where my ancestors are from. The figures all come from photos of family members taken in the 1950’s. Each individual seems to be happy, whether flying a kite, swinging, reading to a child, sunbathing, playing with a dog, or out for a walk. However, only the individuals involved know what was actually going on in their lives. 

  • Harper’s Bazaar – Christina Fitch

    $700.00

    Harper’s Bazaar

    Gallery Wrap 24”x 30”

    Mixed media digital painting on wood panel

    Harper’s Bazaar is of my Aunt Mac viewing an issue of Harper’s Bazaar magazine. She is in her twenties at the time.  She would go on to own a successful advertising business, something unusual for females in the 1950’s. What was she thinking as she viewed the magazine? Was she looking at the models and comparing herself? Was she looking for ideas? Was there an interesting article? While the photo is definite, only my aunt, through her memories and perceptions would have been able to tell the true story.

  • The Day We Got A New Car – Christina Fitch

    $1,300.00

    The Day We Got A New Car

    Gallery Wrap 48 x 24″

    Mixed Media on Wood Panel

    “Excitement goes with a new car as the new owner shares the experience with those closest to them. It reminds me of the time when my parents brought home a new green station wagon with brown paneling.  All seven children piled in and took an exciting ride.  I sat in the back and looked where we had been.”