Fred Collins

Artwork

No Bull

Fred Collins

No Bull

Oil on Canvas

36 x 48 in

$3,100.00

Thirsty First Monsoon

Fred Collins

Thirsty First Monsoon

Mixed Media on Canvas

24 x 30 in

$2,800.00

Rain in Arizona

Fred Collins

Rain in Arizona

Mixed Media

11 x 14 in

$550.00

Shadow of Our Past (1/50)

Fred Collins

Shadow of Our Past (1/50)

Giclee

36 x 48 in

$2,500.00

Good Hare Day (1/100)

Fred Collins

Good Hare Day (1/100)

Embellished Giclee

21 x 24 in

$675.00

Ocean Fix

Fred Collins

Ocean Fix

Oil on Canvas

40 x 30 in

$2,400.00

Desert Rose

Fred Collins

Desert Rose

Mixed Media on Board

11 x 14 in

$350.00

The Trickster (27/30)

Fred Collins

The Trickster (27/30)

Giclee

24 x 32.50 in

$1,800.00

Social Media

Fred Collins

Social Media

Oil on Canvas

30 x 40 in

$3,600.00

Fetch

Fred Collins

Fetch

Oil on Canvas

19 x 23 in

$1,300.00

Steppin' Out

Fred Collins

Steppin' Out

Oil on Canvas

30 x 40 in

$3,600.00

Tumacacori Winter

Fred Collins

Tumacacori Winter

Giclee

26 x 50 in

$1,800.00

Alone Together

Fred Collins

Alone Together

Oil on Canvas

24 x 24 in

$1,500.00

Go With the Flow

Fred Collins

Go With the Flow

Oil on Board

20 x 16 in

$950.00

Mysterious

Fred Collins

Mysterious

Oil on Canvas

24 x 18 in

$1,100.00

Zen Mood 12

Fred Collins

Zen Mood 12

mixed media

11 x 14 in

$400.00

Wet

Fred Collins

Wet

Acrylic on Board

11 x 14 in

$400.00

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Fred Collins
Formally trained as an engineer and raised with the influence of his older artist brother, the late John Silk Deckard; whose powerful sculptures are in many private collections and museums across the country, Collins began his own studies in the late sixties by direct contact with artists, studying great works of art in Europe and America and painting daily. In the late 90's Fred moved from a highly successful career in Engineering to being a full time artist. Almost immediately he produced masterfully polished paintings centered on Zen moods; quiet and simple. When deciding shapes to include, he recognized that spherical shapes represented both the largest and smallest shapes present in the universe and that water takes on that shape. He also began painting the dramatic landscapes around him, never losing sight of the sphere and the all importance of our most precious resource, water. Behind the wit and charm of his diverse images lies a strong sense of tradition and influence of the illuminist, surrealist and super realism movements, which are sharpened and tempered by Collins keen intellect. The titles of Collins works are often amusingly piquant and in every instance they accurately reinforce the imagery itself.
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