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Brian LaSaga

    Brian LaSaga was born in St.Teresa's, Newfoundland on November 1, 1955, and moved to St. George's, Newfoundland in 1965. Brian's journey as an artist began when he was very... Read More

Brian LaSaga Original Art For Sale


  • Brian LaSaga November Canopy

    November Canopy
    Acrylic on Board
    16" x 24" / 40.64cm x 60.96cm
    Unframed (Canadian Dollar): $6,000.00

  • Brian LaSaga The Shed Door

    The Shed Door
    Acrylic on Board
    16" x 10.5" / 40.64cm x 25.40cm
    Unframed (Canadian Dollar): $4,000.00

  • Brian LaSaga Near The Woodpile

    Near The Woodpile
    Acrylic on Board
    16" x 24" / 40.64cm x 60.96cm
    Unframed (Canadian Dollar): $6,000.00

  • Brian LaSaga Homestead On The Bluff

    Homestead On The Bluff
    Acrylic on Board
    24" x 16" / 60.96cm x 40.64cm
    Unframed (Canadian Dollar): $6,000.00

  • Brian LaSaga Along The Hillside

    Along The Hillside
    Acrylic on Board
    15" x 14" / 38.10cm x 35.56cm
    Unframed (Canadian Dollar): $4,500.00

  • Brian LaSaga Black Capped Chickadee

    Black Capped Chickadee
    Acrylic
    12"" x 8"" / 30.48cm x 20.32cm
    Unframed (Canadian Dollar): $1,800.00

  • Brian LaSaga Autumn Relics

    Autumn Relics
    Acrylic
    14"" x 17"" / 35.56cm x 43.18cm
    Unframed (Canadian Dollar): $4,995.00

  • Brian LaSaga Beach Remnants

    Beach Remnants
    Acrylic
    18"" x 27"" / 45.72cm x 68.58cm
    Unframed (Canadian Dollar): $8,000.00

  • Brian LaSaga Double Downies

    Double Downies
    Acrylic on Board
    16"" x 24"" / 40.64cm x 60.96cm
    Unframed (Canadian Dollar): $6,000.00

  • Brian LaSaga Tree Stumps

    Tree Stumps
    Acrylic on Board
    20" x 13" / 50.80cm x 33.02cm
    Unframed (Canadian Dollar): $4,995.00
    Framed Price (Canadian Dollar): $5,270.00

About Brian LaSaga

 

 

Brian LaSaga was born in St.Teresa's, Newfoundland on November 1, 1955, and moved to St. George's, Newfoundland in 1965. Brian's journey as an artist began when he was very young. He has always been a very visual person and with no formal training, art is more instinctual, full of discovery and experimentation which has continued with him today. Being somewhat of a perfectionest, Brian has always remained faithful to his subjects, and his imagery. Although he has experimented with watercolours, gouache, egg tempera, and oils, the artist soon realized that acrylics suited his style and technique. Today he paints primarily with acrylics on masonite panel, and prefers acrylics because they dry faster, and this allows him to layer rather quickly. His work is greatly influenced by nature, and feels that he is just a student and instrument of nature. Brian's subjects often include rural settings, weathered textures, landscapes, seascapes, and sometimes he may incorporate figures or some form of wildlife into his work as an extension of nature. The artist prefers to paint familiar experiences and subjects indigenous to his area. An area that he feels is raw and sacred. The artist's main interest is in capturing the essence of his chosen subject. Brian's studio is located in his hometown of St.George's, Newfoundland. The island of Newfoundland is Canada's most easterly destination and offers the artist a sanctuary for his work. It has many rugged coastlines, rivers, forests, wildlife, ponds and marshes. It has also been the inspiration for Brian's work for over 30 years. When not in his studio, he can be found hiking, kayaking or making field trips to gather material for his paintings. Many of his works hand in corporate, public and private collections in Canada, United States and Europe. 

ARTIST'S STATEMENT:
"Nature is my muse and inspiration simply because of her endless subject matter and surprises. This collaboration offers me something I never even thought of. Although I prefer to paint nature themes, weathered objects and rural settings, I'm open to other things that may catch my eye. As an artist, I feel that I'm just a work in progress, and there is always something to learn. Exploring and collecting material for paintings is a great adventure for me, and always a thrill to wonder what's around the bend or beyond that ridge.  I like to create a sense of place that is somewhere but  nowhere in particular. I hope each and every viewer sees and takes something a little different from my work and has an experience rather than just be viewing a picture. My goal is not to paint life, but to paint life into my work and create an emotional connection that I hope will inspire my viewers."
 

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