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18th and VineTitle: 18th and Vine

Medium:Oil

Size:16" x 24"

Price:$500.00

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NorthlandTitle: Northland

Medium:Mixed Media

Size:8" x 10.5"

Price:$250.00

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District #4Title: District #4

Medium:Mixed Media

Size:8" x 10.5"

Price:$250.00

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Ice Flows on the Missouri RiverTitle: Ice Flows on the Missouri River

Medium:Mixed Media

Size:30" x 20"

Price:$750.00

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Section 8 with a viewTitle: Section 8 with a view

Medium:Oil

Size:17" x 30"

Price:$750.00

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The Bridge to Grandma'sTitle: The Bridge to Grandma's

Medium:Oil

Size:11" x 17"

Price:$400.00

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ASB MemoriesTitle: ASB Memories

Medium:Oil

Size:17" x 26"

Price:$650.00

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Marceline DepotTitle: Marceline Depot

Medium:Watercolor

Size:18" x 12"

Price:$300.00

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Timeless TownTitle: Timeless Town

Medium:Watercolor

Size:16" x 11"

Price:$300.00

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In the Glow of HomelessnessTitle: In the Glow of Homelessness

Medium:Watercolor

Size:12" x 16"

Price:$300.00

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Volker FountainTitle: Volker Fountain

Medium:Watercolor

Size:13" x 20"

Price:$400.00

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Volker Fountain (Rededication Day 2016)Title: Volker Fountain (Rededication Day 2016)

Medium:Watercolor

Size:17" x 11"

Price:$300.00

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Rededication Bloch Fountain (Union Station 2016)Title: Rededication Bloch Fountain (Union Station 2016)

Medium:Watercolor

Size:18" x 12"

Price:$400.00

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Liberty Memorial (Food Truck and Fountains 2016)Title: Liberty Memorial (Food Truck and Fountains 2016)

Medium:Watercolor

Size:12" x 17"

Price:$400.00

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Anita B. Gorman (Northland Fountain)Title: Anita B. Gorman (Northland Fountain)

Medium:Watercolor

Size:17" x 12"

Price:$300.00

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Big Picnic at the NelsonTitle: Big Picnic at the Nelson

Medium:Watercolor

Size:16" x 11"

Price:$300.00

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KC Fountains - The ConcourseTitle: KC Fountains - The Concourse

Medium:Watercolor

Size:16" x 11"

Price:$300.00

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Three Trails Crossing - Penn Valley ParkTitle: Three Trails Crossing - Penn Valley Park

Medium:Watercolor

Size:24" x 36"

Price:$500.00

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Augusta Vinyard - 2016Title: Augusta Vinyard - 2016

Medium:Watercolor

Size:16" x 12"

Price:$300.00

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Klondike Park SunriseTitle: Klondike Park Sunrise

Medium:Watercolor

Size:12" x 18"

Price:$300.00

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Washington, Missouri SunsetTitle: Washington, Missouri Sunset

Medium:Watercolor

Size:16" x 11"

Price:$300.00

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Last Day StandingTitle: Last Day Standing

Medium:Watercolor

Size:16" x 11"

Price:$300.00

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New Melle Grain BinsTitle: New Melle Grain Bins

Medium:Watercolor

Size:17" x 11"

Price:$300.00

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Augusta Winery - Incoming StormsTitle: Augusta Winery - Incoming Storms

Medium:Watercolor

Size:17" x 12"

Price:$300.00

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Through the Trees - Missouri River ValleyTitle: Through the Trees - Missouri River Valley

Medium:Watercolor

Size:16" x 11"

Price:$300.00

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Daniel Boone National MonumentTitle: Daniel Boone National Monument

Medium:Watercolor

Size:16" x 11"

Price:$300.00

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Squaw Creek, Missouri #1Title: Squaw Creek, Missouri #1

Medium:Watercolor

Size:17" x 11"

Price:$300.00

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Squaw Creek #2Title: Squaw Creek #2

Medium:Watercolor

Size:17" x 11"

Price:$300.00

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CottonwoodsTitle: Cottonwoods

Medium:Watercolor

Size:17" x 11"

Price:$300.00

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PhishTitle: Phish

Medium:Mixed Media

Size:8" x 10"

Price:$300.00

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Swan LakeTitle: Swan Lake

Medium:Reproduction / Reproduction on canvas

Size:24" x 24"

Price:$350.00

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Eau NaturalTitle: Eau Natural

Medium:Reproduction / Reproduction on canvas

Size:24" x 24"

Price:$350.00

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Something BlueTitle: Something Blue

Medium:Reproduction / Reproduction on canvas

Size:24" x 24"

Price:$350.00

Alex Hamil

c/o Buttonwood Art Space
Kansas City, MO 64108

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Digital Media Design /Aluminum Fabrication / Traditional Painting (816) 718-8380 (cell) alexpaints@kc.rr.com website: https://sites.google.com/site/alexhamilportfolio/ current paintings for sale: https://www.facebook.com/alex.hamil.1/media_set?set=a.10153673954413224.1073741832.547673223&type=3 Change is an unavoidable consequence to life. Change is a lifelong study and should be faced with a high dose of selfconfidence and self-control. When combined with a credible use of media, artists attempt to communicate a reflection of this change to their audience. If honest in their response regarding success, many artists would willingly admit they often fail to achieve a desired result. One benefit to art is that it is subjective. What the artist may see as a failure may be seen as worthy by audience standards. 'Failures' are to be embraced as mistakes worthy of correction. I have shared with my students, many 'good artist' fix their mistakes�. By pursuing any and all media potentials, at least for this practicing artist, I've realized that one single direction won't get me through life, nor will it quell my desire to eventually 'do-it-all'. As a designer and fabricator for the last three years I've recognized concept and action as two mutually exclusive provisions. Moving from the two-dimensional to the more everpresent three-dimensional realm has provided both benefits and setbacks. Still relatively new to the concept of sign making, I have yet to apply this new dimension of awareness on a consistent basis to my current studio practice. I see my studio work as a source of daily inspiration meanwhile my current occupation simply for the provision of a daily income that allows me to pursue these studio efforts. One day, if I am able to finally bridge these two realms – the struggle will definitely be worth the pain. I've had more recent success in the art of competitive painting. Moving away from oils to water based mediums (ie. Watercolor) was certainly a step in the right direction. What I've gained from the challenge occassionally supplements my income - and even more importantly, solidifies a direction in regards to my studio practice. Given the opportunity to continue painting meanwhile combine this with a dimensional element, I'll (eventually) successfully communicate a body of work that supports the label of 'artist' in both admitting and adjusting to those mistakes of the past.