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George Oswalt

1949
United States

23 Works exhibited on Kooness

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Works by George Edward Oswalt

Western Futurism #2

2022

Paintings , Oil

152.4 x 121.92 x 4.45cm

5744,00 €

Secret Playground

2022

Paintings , Oil

152.4 x 121.92 x 4.45cm

5744,00 €

The Puzzle of Personality

2023

Paintings , Oil

152.4 x 121.92 x 4.45cm

5744,00 €

The Garden of the Runaway ID

2022

Paintings , Oil

152.4 x 121.92 x 4.45cm

6893,00 €

Post Modern Pop

2022

Paintings , Oil

152.4 x 121.92 x 4.45cm

5744,00 €

Hang Time

2023

Paintings , Oil

152.4 x 121.92 x 4.45cm

5744,00 €

Dagwood & Blondie

2022

Paintings , Oil

106.68 x 142.24 x 5.08cm

4595,00 €

Fragmented History of Beauty

2023

Paintings , Oil

152.4 x 121.92 x 4.45cm

5744,00 €

Family Therapy

2021

Paintings , Oil

121.92 x 91.44 x 4.45cm

4595,00 €

Beauty and the Beastly Midnight Flow

2021

Paintings , Oil

152.4 x 121.92 x 4.45cm

5744,00 €

George Oswalt had his first one-man show in 1974 and since has shown in national and regional exhibitions including group and one-person shows. He received his MFA in 1993 from the University of Oklahoma. He has taught art in both high school and college over a 30-year period. Oswalt wrote an art review for the Oklahoma Gazette for two years and is currently painting full time. He is included in both private and public collections including the Fred Jones Art Museum in Norman, the Goddard in Ardmore the Mabee-Gerrer Museum in Shawnee and the Oklahoma State Museum of Art in Stillwater, Oklahoma.

Artist Statement

My paintings of figures and objects in vivid color are meditations on living in a hybrid world which has manifested into visual poems of beauty, yearning, time and space. I have spent years working in several series of paintings that deal with weightlessness, loss and life transitions. The imagery is intended to take the viewer on a journey of human yearning which is not merely marked by striving towards something but also by escaping from something.