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New and recent works by Dennis Ellman from 2009 to 2013


NEW ART FOR 2009

DRAWINGS

ABSTRACTS

FACES

FIGURES

JEWISH-THEMED ART

Abscapes

Landscapes painted in an abstract manner using multiple layers of paint and/or molding paste.

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When I Retire, I Want to
Live in a Red Cabin
Figures

Interesting human figures dancing or posing their way across
multi-colored canvases.
Faces

Interesting multi-colored mask-like faces painted in acrylic.



Busing Through
the Highlands


 



Thinking of You


What Endures


Bunch of Redheads

Bunch of Skinny Trees

Mainly Maine


I know it's very red.


Bottle and Bowl


East To Nevada


Dance of the Autumn Sticks


Bugs Eye View


Three Trees with Separation

Chosen Structures


Dark Road Out of Town


What Grows in Water


Came to Recognize


Channeling












Soul
Disguised

Viewline


What do You Think Happens Next?



Senior Prom


All About the Blues


Bonnie Blood Bangs
Drawings

Human or human-like figures in abstract backgrounds created in pencil, ink and marker on 18 x 25 on heavy acid-free watercolor paper.


Unwell, D Awakens to Find Half His Face Has Turned Into an Abstract


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Beth's Tree House


Big Blue Hand of Fate


Dance With Me, Fool


The Complex Art
of Seduction


Death of
The Wild West


Heads of State
(or State of Heads)


John's Amazing Joy


Sally Becomes Absorbed with Her Weird Hand


Three Witches


Waiting for Dennis


Sidney Holds
Her Yellow Cat


City Sideways


City With an Optic Migraine


In the Abscence of His Higher Power, Mike Tries to Surmise




Joe and Linda


Johanna in the Blue City in Her Black Gown


Monica, Seriously


Rhoda's Party


Rose in Shul


Self-portrait as Someone Else

The Sister's Room 1


Just Plain Sally on a Sally Kind of Day


l Self Jigsawed
Jewish-themed Art



Just a Thought


Art Wall, Wall Art


Blessed be Jack, Creator of His Own Universe

The District


Chi There

Works in Guache - the below works are 18 x 24 on watercolor paper


Morning Has Broken


Hope for a New Day


Waiting for Their Masters