Albert Scharf

Artwork

14 South of 40 #947
Albert Scharf

14 South of 40 #947

oil on canvas

24 x 20 in

$2,000.00

Ancient Gold 710, 2019
Albert Scharf

Ancient Gold 710, 2019

oil on canvas

48 x 24 in

$3,200.00

Autumn Steel at Heron Lake 920
Albert Scharf

Autumn Steel at Heron Lake 920

oil on canvas

48 x 36 in

$4,200.00

Chama Drama 630, 2019
Albert Scharf

Chama Drama 630, 2019

oil on canvas

48 x 36 in

$4,200.00

Evening Glow Abiquiu 195
Albert Scharf

Evening Glow Abiquiu 195

oil on canvas

11 x 14 in

$750.00

Evening Light 80676, 2018
Albert Scharf

Evening Light 80676, 2018

oil on canvas

24 x 30 in

$2,300.00

Mesa Gold in Galisteo 923
Albert Scharf

Mesa Gold in Galisteo 923

oil on canvas

60 x 48 in

$7,900.00

Raising Expectations 1000, 2019
Albert Scharf

Raising Expectations 1000, 2019

oil on canvas

84 x 62 in

$14,500.00

Rising at Chaco Canyon 928
Albert Scharf

Rising at Chaco Canyon 928

oil on canvas

48 x 24 in

$3,200.00

Spirits, Borrego Trail 365, 2019
Albert Scharf

Spirits, Borrego Trail 365, 2019

oil on canvas

30 x 24 in

$2,300.00

Spring Snow, Sangre de Cristos 565, 2019
Albert Scharf

Spring Snow, Sangre de Cristos 565, 2019

oil on canvas

48 x 24 in

$3,200.00

Tranquil Setting 1006, 2019
Albert Scharf

Tranquil Setting 1006, 2019

oil on canvas

40 x 30 in

$3,400.00

Tucumcari Prairie 831, 2019
Albert Scharf

Tucumcari Prairie 831, 2019

oil on canvas

12 x 36 in

$1,800.00

Chama Discovery 968
Albert Scharf

Chama Discovery 968

oil on canvas

18 x 24 in

$1,800.00

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Albert Scharf
Born in New York City in 1951, I got to grow up at the height of the middle class in America. Most of my youth was spent on Long Island where I attended public schools and experienced the birth of suburbia. I am the son of an aristocrat chased from Vienna by the Nazis. Unfortunately for me it took all the wealth of the family to escape and come to America. Hence, I work for a living. My mother was born in Brooklyn, her parents came from eastern Europe. As a youngster I was exposed to fine art as a precious opportunity to enrich myself. Many visits to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, MOMA, the Frick Collection and the list goes on. In those days people would dress up just to go to the city and go to a museum. This was a special event. There was a certain dignity and decorum that went along with being in the presence of fine art. Upon graduating from Berner High School, I continued my education in the desert southwest. A new world with big sky and long vistas. The freedom, the feeling of being able to see for 100 miles. This euphoric escape seeped into my subconscious and influences my existence and outlook to this day. Like the freeing of my soul from the oppression of mankind that pressed on me in the big city. Attending the University of New Mexico, I studied architecture and photography. This lead me into the graphic design and commercial printing industries where I spent most of my professional career. Today, I am lucky to call Santa Fe my home where I can see forever. The colors, the air, the mountains feed my creative soul that pushes me to create. My paintings express my love of the land and the spirits that stimulate my emotions.
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