CCXXXII 232 / 48 x 60 / acrylic on canvas

Dick Waller

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Dick Waller started painting in 1974, originally as a release from the strict regimen of performing as principal clarinetist of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. As his passion for art grew, he developed a style he calls “free association art.” All of his pieces bear the title “Contrasts” followed by a roman numeral, inspired by the wonderful Bartok trio for clarinet, violin and piano. It both describes his contrasting styles of painting as well as the contrast of colors he uses. In a way, the contrast numbers should be considered opus numbers; most works of composers are untitled symphonies or sonatas with an opus number, which gives the listener the freedom to interpret the music with his or her own ear. Similarly, by leaving the paintings without a title, it is his desire that the viewer has the freedom to interpret each piece in their own way.

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62-LXI / 144 x 96 / acrylic on masonite

62-LXI / 144 x 96 / acrylic on masonite

$ 13,800.00

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CCLVIII 258 / 30 x 40 / acrylic on canvas

CCLVIII 258 / 30 x 40 / acrylic on canvas

$ 1,200.00

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Contrasts CCLXXIII (273) / 30 x 40 / acrylic on canvas

Contrasts CCLXXIII (273) / 30 x 40 / acrylic on canvas

$ 1,200.00

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Contrasts LVIII (58) / 120 x 96 / acrylic on canvas

Contrasts LVIII (58) / 120 x 96 / acrylic on canvas

$ 11,500.00

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Contrasts CCCIV (304) / 20 x 24 / acrylic on canvas

Contrasts CCCIV (304) / 20 x 24 / acrylic on canvas

$ 480.00

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CCXXXII 232 / 48 x 60 / acrylic on canvas

CCXXXII 232 / 48 x 60 / acrylic on canvas

$ 2,900.00

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