Posts Tagged 'woman'
36″ x 48″ Acrylic on canvas, 2016 AVAILABLE PRINT: $400.00 This is my 9th cubism painting that contains music instruments. I have always wanted to capture the saxophone in a cubist piece. Musical yeah, it’s a nude just as much
Pencil on Bainbridge Paper, 2011 PRICE: $200.00 My favourite model to draw, I am a man after all. – Riel Benn by
22″ x 30″, Pencil on paper, 2013 Drawing, a peaceful and enjoyable pass time. This is Talisha 1. PRICE: $120.00 Riel Benn by
32″ x 40″ Charcoal on paper, 2011 Price: $200.00 “Aria IV” – Riel Benn (click on image to view larger version) by
32″ x 40″ Charcoal on paper, 2011 Price: $200.00 “Erica”- Riel Benn (click on image to view larger version) by
30″x 40″, Charcoal on paper, 2011 Price: $200.00 Pale and frail butterfly, she`s a dragonfly. A tiny shelled tanagra in the water. – Riel Benn (click on image to view larger version) by
24″ x 30″, Acrylic on canvas, 2011 This is a portrait of a cheyenne woman called “Pretty Nose”. It’s much harder to find old photos of native women than it is men. I really wish they took more photos of
24″ x 30″, Acrylic on canvas, 2011 AVAILABLE PRINT: $400.00 I got this image from a documentary about the Indian Wars. This is a picture of a “Comanche Woman”. I completely fell in love with photo when I first seen it.
32″ x 40″, Acrylic on paper, 2008 (SOLD) This painting is based on the italian actress/model Monica Bellucci. The title for this painting was inspired by the rock band “The Rolling Stones”. Some people have seen this portrait as a
36″ x 48″, Acrylic on canvas, 2009 (Collection of the Artist) “The Cupid Incident” is based on the darker side of relationships. In this case we got a murder suicide, it could very well be a homicide as well. But
36″ x 48″, Acrylic on canvas, 2009 (Collection of the Artist) “Nuclear Symphony” is a color-drenched Daliesque vision of a post-apocalyptic world where the floor flies away, the music fails to play. Death holds the shofar, a horn thats used
30″ x 40″, Acrylic on canvas, 2007 (Collection of the Artist) “Get Cracking” was inspired by alot of my single male friends, as well as the children’s rhyme “Humpy Dumpty”. Here we got a nude and newly pregnant woman holding