Ohrmann Museum & Gallery
 

PAINTINGS, 1998

    The paintings of Bill Ohrmann run the gamut from peaceful idyllic paradise to apocolyptic, from heart wrenching to inspiring.  The style of his earlier works was inspired by realism painters such as Charles Russel and Frederic Remington.  His more recent paintings show the influence of Vincent Van Gogh, Celini, and Heironymous Bosch.  Many of his paintings were inspired by the poetry of John Haines.  Other paintings make reference to prose or poetry by Rudyard Kipling, Jack London, Isak Dinesen, and other writers.
    Below are thumbnails of the paintings of Bill Ohrmann done in 1998.  Click on the image to see a larger image with the accompanying text.  Go to the other "PAINTINGS' pages for more thumbnails.
 
Caretaker
Fur Harvest
Sharing The Earth
Were They Poor...
 
Dawn
How It Was
Spring Bear Hunt
What Writest Thou?
 
Devil's Caretaker
If You Can't Stand The Heat...
The Shepherd
Where Spirits Dwell
 
Dorion Woman
Land Of Plenty
Enslaved
The Welcome
 
Priorities
Things Of Worth
Four Wheelers
A Robe For The Chief
 
 
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