Made to order
Oil/acrylic on linen.
The painting is rolled and packed in a hard cardboard tube, signed on the back of the canvas as well as in the front if desired.
Hand painted in three weeks or less, seven day delivery after completion.
Price: $270! for 36" x 24", $580 for 36" x 48", acrylic on linen canvass.
- Length: 30"
- Boat neckline
- A Line
- Slits on the sides
- Premium ITY knit (95% Polyester, 5% Spandex)
- Machine Wash & Wrinkle-free (great for travelling!)
- Sizes XS to XL
- Made in Canada
Machine Washable & Wrinkle-freeFabric great for travelling!Using the dryer could damage clothes faster in the long run. However, they can go without a problem, since the fabric is already shrunk and has already been heated to 400 degrees.
Why not sell originals at discount prices!
Every painting is an original since I paint each one individually.
How can I do it?
I copy my original painting. I do it by hand. They are not printed or mechanically reproduced. Each painting is numbered and limited to 50 reproductions. As limited collectables, they can only go up in value!
Each original takes me weeks sometimes months to create, however I can make a copy in much less time because I don’t need to think about it. This is why painters in China can reproduce masterpieces for peanuts, and I do the same.
My joy and passion, some may say my curse, comes from an obsession with color and light, and I get a real kick when it all comes together, but this is not an easy process. While it might take me weeks to make an original, I can make a copy in a mater of days, sometimes hours.
I make a good living selling the copies of my origninals. That’s because they still contain the feeling of the original since I paint them all myself and put everything into creating another masterpiece for you. You’ll see. It will be yours and yours alone.
To order a print or giclee go to:
I will get back to you to discuss the size, medium and price.
If for whatever reason you are not satisfied, the artwork can be returned and you will receive a full refund.
In addition, every month I also auction a piece of art. If you would like to try this let me know and I will send you this months artwork via email and you can place a bid. You might get lucky!
You can email me and I will respond promptly.
Thank you in advance for becoming a collector of my art.
"I just wanted something beautiful for my home. I purchased two, and I couldn't be happier. I love them."
American Painter living in China
I live in China, but I am not Chinese. In fact I am an american who came here ten yeas ago to teach, and decided to stay. I had an art show first year in Habin and was later awared an honorary fellowship. Quite an honor for an oursider! naturally, I fell in Love and have been here working a creating ever since.
At the beginning of the pandemic I thought of leaving, but I went to the south of China and set up a studio to work there and wait things out. that was two years ago!
Since then I started a business here and it's call Segarra Art and Culture company Ltd.
In addition to having a gallery in a Hotel, Also teach art to children on the weekends on the premises.
That was two years ago!
Abstract expressionism refers to the non-representational use of form and color as a means of expression that emerged in America in the 1940s, largely thanks to the innovative work of Arshile Gorky. Interestingly, abstract expressionism is considered to be the first movement originating in America to have worldwide influence. Two very different sub-categories of the movement developed:action painting (exemplified notably by Willem de Kooning and Jackson Pollock) and cold field painting, made most famous by Mark Rothko. Abstract expressionists strove to express our emotion directly on canvas, via color and especially texture (the surface quality of the brushstroke), by embracing accidents, celebrating painting itself as a communicative action.