Ted Walsh
Often starting on a dark warm ground, I paint, in oil, with both direct and indirect methods to make my pictures. The paintings explore form and use of paint and, on a semi-narrative/representational level, they explore meanings in our everyday lives. The act of making paintings is both physical and conceptual. It allows me to discover and define the world around me while simultaneously creating places of my own. Often this leads to scenes of strange pause. Scenes where forms may line up in a peculiar way, or images may come to represent a feeling or a puzzlement as to what has happened, or what is about to happen. The process of making paintings in this way, to me, is a productive way to reconcile the gap between the outside world and the thoughts I have about this world.
Something in the Wind
36" x 48"
Oil on Panel
$5500
Little Big Sky Study 2
Oil on Panel
6" x 6"
$400
Before the Cicadas
36" x 42"
Oil on Panel
$3500
Thinking about Talking
36" x 48"
Oil on Panel
$5500
Red Barn Study
11" x 11"
$750
Another 5 Miles
18" x 10"
$900
Factory by the Water
7" x 6"  
$400
Two Moons
36" x 48"
Oil on Panel
$5500
Eclipse
12" x 12"
Oil on Panel
$600
Garage Across the Street
6" x 6"
Oil on Panel
$400
The Land
57" x 80"
Oil on Panel
$9500 SOLD
Shadow 'T'
15" x 9"
$800
Red Cases Study
9" x 6"
$500
Barrel
10" x 12"
$800
Pickett's Charge
36" 48"
Oil on Panel
$5500
Dunmore Reservoir #1
6" x 6"
Oil on Canvas
$400
Young Mother
12" x 12"
Oil on Panel
$900 SOLD
Sandy
30" x 24"
Oil on Panel
$1800
Fat Clown
12" x 9"
Oil on Panel

Study for Can of Green Paint
12" x 9"
$600
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