Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Painting Like Landscapes Created From Junk by Tom Deininger

Born in 1970 in Boston, MA, Thomas Deininger is an artist receiving considerable attention as contemporary artist and environmentalist. Deininger, who is a highly regarded and collected fine art painter, credits his success on canvas is a direct result (and linked to) his background in abstract art. Deininger, widely known as the artist who turns (recycles) junk into fine art installations, has produced museum scale installations which are then collected by corporations and high profile collectors worldwide. Dieninger says he approaches both bodies of work with a "more than nature has to offer" mentality- and it shows in his art. Artana is proud to present 20 of his strongest oil paintings created in 2006 to our clients and following.

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fall_foliage1

ansele1

birchnew1

birchnewdetail1

birchnewdetail3

monet1

monetdetail1

monetdetail2

plasticparadise1

polandsprings1

Be sure to visit Tom Deininger’s website for more junk art.

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