Vincent Hron

Artwork

Corn-Set
Vincent Hron

Corn-Set

Oil on Canvas

60 x 96 in

$17,000.00

Departure
Vincent Hron

Departure

Oil on Canvas

36 x 48 in

$8,000.00

Dragon
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Dragon

Oil on Canvas

40 x 60 in

$12,000.00

Dusky Road
Vincent Hron

Dusky Road

Acrylic on Canvas

60 x 84 in

$15,000.00

High Cloud, 2012
Vincent Hron

High Cloud, 2012

Oil on Canvas

46 x 64 in

$12,500.00

Low Cloud
Vincent Hron

Low Cloud

Oil on Canvas

46 x 64 in

$12,500.00

Migration
Vincent Hron

Migration

Oil on Canvas

42 x 54 in

$6,000.00

Nike
Vincent Hron

Nike

Oil on Canvas

54 x 42 in

$12,000.00

Palmolive
Vincent Hron

Palmolive

Oil on Canvas

36 x 48 in

$8,000.00

Pine View
Vincent Hron

Pine View

Oil on Canvas

24 x 36 in

$3,500.00

Skyscape II
Vincent Hron

Skyscape II

Oil on Canvas

36 x 48 in

$8,000.00

Sunset
Vincent Hron

Sunset

Oil on Canvas

60 x 84 in

$15,000.00

Parking II
Vincent Hron

Parking II

Oil on Canvas

10 x 10 in

$650.00

Procession II
Vincent Hron

Procession II

Oil on Panel

9 x 12 in

$800.00

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Vincent Hron
Vincent Hron was born and raised in Omaha Nebraska. In 1984 he received a B.F.A. from Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa and in 1987 an M.F.A. from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.Upon graduation, he received a Graduate Scholarship to study for a year at the Statliche Akademi der Bilden den Kunst, in Karlsruhe, Germany.Following a year abroad he returned home to Omaha, and established a regular studio and exhibition practice. He was an adjunct faculty member at several area colleges, received numerous regional awards. In 1996 he accepted a position at Bloomsburg University in Bloomsburg Pennsylvania where he continues to paint, exhibit, and teach. He has exhibited nationally, and has received numerous grants and awards. "In my work I have endeavored to imbue our daily experiences with heightened significance through a rigorous analysis of each subjects formal potential. My objective is to remedy our detachment from the routines of life by revealing their beauty and symbolic potential. To that end, I have brought historical iconographic traditions into a contemporary context to engage and question cultural assumptions about aesthetics, spirituality, and social responsibility." - Vince Hron
Artist