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Artist : MICHAEL A. HUNTER




PURPLE GAS SLICK 2015
Acrylic on plywood 20.5X20.5.
$260.00






SEEDS 2015
Acrylic on plywood 20.5X20.5.
$260.00





NATURAL WRITING
Acrylic on plywood 20.5X20.5.
$260.00





PLASTIC AND RUBBER
Acrylic on plywood 20.5X20.5.
$260.00









Gasoline Rainbow 2015
Acrylic sand on plywood
$260.00














Blue Fish 7 holes 2015
Constructed of foam, resin and plastic only.
$500.00












Goderich building the jetty 2015
48"x 40" Oil on gouged recycled Plywood
$1500.00









BREAKING THROUGH THE DOOR OF PERCEPTION
INSTALLATION SERIES (EACH UNIT PRICE $150.00)







"Best in Show", Beachville home of TORONTO'S garbage

Visual Elements: 55th Annual Juried Exhibition Woodstock Ontario

Jurors: Bryce Kanbara from the You Me Gallery and London Artist Patrick Thibert.

OIL ON GOUGED CONSTRUCTED PLYWOOD PLASTER, WIRE MESH AND FOUND OBJECTS

60 inch x 28 inch
$2000.00












I stopped listening to the news

Visual Elements: 55th Annual Juried Exhibition Woodstock Ontario


OIL ON FOUND RECYCLED GOUGED PLYWOOD
48 inch x 48 inch
$1300.00














BEATING THE STORM 2012

Second Annual Arts Country Juried Arts Competition Glenhyrst 2013

Visual Elements: 54th Annual Juried Exhibition Woodstock Ontario


OIL ON GOUGED PLYWOOD
DIMENSIONS 41 INCH X 38 INCH
My intention was to capture the power of lake Erie. The energy in the air being driven into the murky water.
$2000.00









MAY 24 BAYFIELD 2011 40INX19IN







BAYFIELD MAY 24TH 2011

Second Annual Arts Country Juried Arts Competition Glenhyrst 2013

Visual Elements: 53th Annual Juried Exhibition Woodstock Ontario


ACRYLIC ON CANVAS
DIMENSIONS 40 INCH X 19 INCH
At the beginning of the season the channel gets dredged. The subject matter gives me an excuse to interpret the movement of the water.
$1000.00














"Anybody Seen Pete"

Second Annual Arts Country Juried Arts Competition Glenhyrst 2013


Artist: Michael A. Hunter

Fine Art Studies: Fanshawe College in London and University of Windsor.

My friend Jon Hickmott who is an avid camper came to my house with his family for
dinner. During our dinner conversation he started to explain his camping trip with his
brother.

"You are never going to believe this..." Jon explained.
"While we were setting up our tents this heron wandered into our camp site, and the
chipmunks started coming out to see what the heron was up too. To our amazement the
heron speared one of the chipmunks with his beak. After the heron was sure it was
dead, the bird ate it"!

John went on to explain that the chipmunks kept coming out to see what was going on
as if they were playing with the bird. The bird was not playing; it was feasting. Jon could
not get over how unintelligent the chipmunks were especially after the bird ate seven or
eight of them.
I thought this was a great story, so I asked Jon if he could send me the video he had
taken of the event. He obliged me by posting the video for me and he also pointed out
some other similar videos on "You-tube" which happens to include better footage. I took
his video and created the composition for the piece while incorporating other images of
chipmunks from my archive. I used the internet to look at multiple heron's to collect the
visual detail needed to finish the bird itself and I fabricated the rest.
The title "Anybody Seen Pete" plays on the sadistic humor of the situation, where it is
almost comical and cruel how nature can be.

"Anybody seen Pete" will be released as a Giclèe print from Michael Hunter's studio in
Woodstock, Ontario. Each print will be signed by Michael and come with a certificate.
The print will be two inches smaller then the original, costing $100.00. A framed print
will be $250.00. There will be 5 Artist Proofs and 30 prints in the edition. Prints can also
be shipped by fed ex.

Hunter Framing is located at:
451 Drew St.
Woodstock, Ontario
N4S 4V4
Phone: 519-539-6490








PORT ROWAN BOATS


The original watercolour painting of the dry dock at Port Rowan was created in 1999.
My parents brought me here as a child for our boating and fishing adventures.
Port Rowan is near Long Point Provincial Park.
This park is located on a 40 km (24.9 mi) stretch of land that juts from Ontario's
southernmost border into Lake Erie. The United Nations recognizes this park as
a biosphere reserve. Bird use this area for migration in March.

This print is a limited edition signed and numbered,
in an edition of 1001 prints image size 7 1/8”x 19 7/8”.
25 artist proofs signed and numbered on water colour paper 8.5”x 22”.
50 signed and numbered artist hand painted prints
where the artist paints on top of a print on canvas.
This print is known as a Giclée print. Computer generated.
The number of prints listed are all that will be printed of this image.
The Artist holds all copy rights to this image any reproduction is illegal.






LAKE ERIE SWANS

Lake Erie Swans was created in 1997. The original painting is acrylic on
canvas measuring 17 ¼ inchs by 17 ¼ inches.
I certify that in 2008 there will only be a limited number of print in this
edition. There will be no other prints of this painting made. If a print is
damaged or destroyed there will be no replacements.
Each print will be signed by the artist and a signed certificate will
accompany each piece.

EDITION SIZE
ARTISTS PROOFS 5
PRINTS 20
PRINTS ON CANVAS 2
(15” x 15“)
PRINT SIZE 12” X 12”
(WITH A 1 1/2” BOARDER






DELAWARE BEACH

Delaware Beach was created in 1998 as a commission piece for
Wendy Lemp. I certify that in 2009 there will only be a limited
number of prints in this edition. There will be no other prints of this painting made. If a print is damaged or destroyed there will be no replacements. Each print will be signed by the artist and a signed certificate will accompany each piece.



Artist Michael A. Hunter

519-539-6490
DELAWARE BEACH
EDITION SIZE
5 ARTISTS PROOFS
20 PRINTS
2 PRINTS ON CANVAS
(5 3/8” x 18 7/8”)











DOVER DOCKS FOG

My latest collection of paintings pertains to the atmosphere created from Lake Erie. The fog and fishing boats of Port Dover have led me to create a landscape series of paintings relating to the spiritual connection we have with trees, fog and water.

In 2010 Port Dover Fog was reproduced as a Giclee Print from the original Acrylic on masonite created in 2009. There will only be a limited number of prints made. If a print is damaged or destroyed there will be no replacements.

Number of Artist proofs AP/ 5
Number or prints in the edition 30
Each print will be numbered in the bottom left, and signed in the bottom right, by the artist. A certificate will accompany each print.








PORT DOVER FISH HOUSE

Port Dover fish house was created in 2001. The painting was selected for a jury show in Hamden, Connecticut, USA in 2002.
What captured my attention for this series of three paintings was the decay of the twisted metal of the past industrial fishing equipment left beside the channel that leads to Lake Erie. These paintings have led me to explore other fishing boats as subject matter where fog and atmosphere set the tone for the painting. I am currently working on two painting of fishing boats that are emerging from the fog.

Artist Michael A. Hunter


Edition size
50 Artist Proofs (AP) $200.00
200 Prints ( 8 1/4” x 11 5/8”) $108.00
2 prints on Canvas $350.00









COFFEE AND A SMOKE

This image contains hidden meaning about the struggle's of life, religion, racism and the belief system in North America. The original painting is acrylic on canvas and collage c. 1997


Edition size 3 Prints
1 Artist Proof
(19 9/16” x 15 11/16 )





DELAWARE DUNES

This original acrylic painting on carved plywood was created in 1998 while doing a commission for Wendy Lemp in the state of Delaware.

Dimensions 24in. x 18in.
White floater frame.
$500.00


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