Ohrmann Museum & Gallery
    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 from 2000.  Click on the image to see a larger image with the accompanying text.  Go to the other "PAINTINGS' pages for more thumbnails.
Adventure Today
Hope Is The Last To Die
Next Level Of Civilization
Stewards Of The Land
How Colonels Become Generals
One Does Not Die Until One Must
Beyond Price
How We Live V
Origin Of Man
Too Many Bears
Days Of Galileo And Bruno
Life 1
Our World To Enjoy
Diogenes Today
Man's Way
Path Of The Righteous
 Be Thou Always As A Guest...
Souls Of The Deluded
Life II
Artist And His Work
1996 & 1997
Paintings, 1998
Paintings, 1999
Paintings, 2000
Paintings, 2001
Paintings, 2002
Paintings, 2003
Steel Sculptures
John Haines
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