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Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Fred Salb by Conrad Mieschke
Szucs, Tivadar by Conrad Mieschke
Szucs, Hellen by Conrad Mieschke
Maria del Rocio Martinez Juarez by Conrad Mieschke
Hockey is my Game, Callum age 9 by Conrad Mieschke
Ram Swaroop by Conrad Mieschke
Our Rural Heritage by Conrad Mieschke
Northern Ontario by Conrad Mieschke
Winter Pcnic by Conrad Mieschke
Yesterday by Conrad Mieschke
Winter Cornfield by Conrad Mieschke
Winter Memories by Conrad Mieschke
Winter Leaves by Conrad Mieschke
Winter in the Park by Conrad Mieschke
Winter Cattails by Conrad Mieschke
White-Tails by Conrad Mieschke
White Magic by Conrad Mieschke
When the Snow starts melting by Conrad Mieschke
Klaus by Conrad Mieschke
Dianne by Conrad Mieschke
What a View. by Conrad Mieschke
Wet Snow by Conrad Mieschke
Watching the World go by by Conrad Mieschke
Up in the Tree by Conrad Mieschke
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About Conrad Mieschke
A professional artist for the past 40 years, Conrad is a graduate from the Graphic Academy in Munich, Germany. He immigrated to Canada in 1965 and lives and works from his home-studio in Brampton, Ontario.
Collected all over the world, -- here in Canada his Gallery Representation is: "Gallery on the Lake” in Buckhorn, and Port Perry, Ontario, or visit his website: www.studioconrad.com
His work has been published by Hallmark Canada, by UNICEF Canada, and by Access Fine Art Ltd. Toronto, as cards and giclée reproductions. In 1999 Conrad has been awarded “Arts Person of the Year” in his hometown of Brampton, ON.
“Painting is my means of communicating my most intimate impression of nature, my emotional reaction to life, my keen and lifelong interest in our Rural Heritage and my deep feeling about my subjects and my world around me. The medium I use is mostly watercolour or egg-tempera, and although most of my work is done in my studio, I take extensive breaks hiking around rural Ontario in search of new subjects, new ideas and new inspirations,”
As an artist I try to interpret nature because it is also my basic believe, that nature is a true source of our peace. If my work is effective in communicating that belief, then it speaks for me and I would like to think, that I am succeeding in this effort.”