• Monotypes: Faces

    Also known as the most painterly method among the print making techniques, monotypes are essentially printed paintings.  The characteristic of this method is that no two prints are alike.  Although images can be similar, printing […]

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  • Monotypes: Nudes

    Also known as the most painterly method among the print making techniques, monotypes are essentially printed paintings.  The characteristic of this method is that no two prints are alike.  Although images can be similar, printing […]

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  • Monotypes: Miscellaneous

    Also known as the most painterly method among the print making techniques, monotypes are essentially printed paintings.  The characteristic of this method is that no two prints are alike.  Although images can be similar, printing […]

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  • Original Paintings: Faces

    Steve Martin’s original paintings in oil or acrylic represent a style known as figurative expressionism.  His expressionistic paintings of the human form, the fundamental topic of art, are created by arbitrarily laying down pure color […]

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  • Collage

    Collage is a technique of visual art where the final outcome is assembled from various other sources. These animal prints are perfect for a child’s room.

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  • Installations

    These installations have been made in various galleries and public spaces for shows, events or gatherings.

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  • Public Work

    All of these images represent public installations of Steve Martin Fine Art which were initiated by local business, non-profits or government commissions.

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  • Wire Abstract Figures

    Serious art without seeming to be, describes the whimsical line drawings transformed to three dimensions by artist Steve Martin.  Martin seems to literally draw outlines in space that capture the illusion of weight and solidity.  […]

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  • Wire Animals

    Serious art without seeming to be, describes the whimsical line drawings transformed to three dimensions by artist Steve Martin.  Martin seems to literally draw outlines in space that capture the illusion of weight and solidity.  […]

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  • Wire Faces

    Serious art without seeming to be, describes the whimsical line drawings transformed to three dimensions by artist Steve Martin.  Martin seems to literally draw outlines in space that capture the illusion of weight and solidity.  […]

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  • Wire Nudes

    Serious art without seeming to be, describes the whimsical line drawings transformed to three dimensions by artist Steve Martin.  Martin seems to literally draw outlines in space that capture the illusion of weight and solidity.  […]

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  • Wire Palhaco

    Palhaco translated from Portuguese means clown. This was the beginning thought behind this series of painted wire sculptures of artist Steve Martin. Martin’s desire to entertain his 9-month-old son Aidan was the initial inspiration. “ […]

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  • Original Paintings: Gouache

    Gouache (from the Italian guazzo, “water paint, splash”) is a type of paint consisting of pigment suspended in water. Gouache differs from watercolour in that the particles are larger, the ratio of pigment to water […]

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  • Original Paintings: Miscellaneous

    Steve Martin’s original paintings in oil or acrylic represent a style known as figurative expressionism.  His expressionistic paintings of the human form, the fundamental topic of art, are created by arbitrarily laying down pure color […]

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  • Metal Cutout

    Artist Steve Martin’s sheet metal cutouts deal with concepts such as planes, transparency and space, and which in addition to the omni-presence of line are fundamental in order to understand the creative context of Martin’s […]

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  • Linocut

    The art of carving the woodcut is called Xylography.  A characteristic of modern relief printing is the use of materials other than wood, including linoleum, to create matrices.  Linoleum offers a smooth, compact surface that […]

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  • Embossing

    Embossing is a technique for altering the surface of a sheet of paper by adding sculptural and dimensional qualities. The process works because paper–especially in the early, wet pulp stage–is malleable; it will embrace and […]

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