Samantha Buller  Originals

Balletto Pastures by Samantha Buller
Balletto Pastures
Oil on canvas
20.00" x 20.00"
$950.00
Bananas by Samantha Buller
Bananas
Oil on canvas

$500.00
Black Heels by Samantha Buller
Black Heels
Oil on canvas
11.00" x 14.00"
$500.00
By The Roadside by Samantha Buller
By The Roadside
Oil on canvas
8.00" x 8.00"
$300.00
Chairman by Samantha Buller
Chairman
Oil on canvas
36.00" x 36.00"
$1800.00
Chocolate Dilemma by Samantha Buller
Chocolate Dilemma
Oil on canvas
20.00" x 20.00"
$950.00
Co-Chairs by Samantha Buller
Co-Chairs
Oil on Panel
36.00" x 36.00"
$1800.00
Embracing Fall by Samantha Buller
Embracing Fall
Oil on canvas
36.00" x 36.00"
$1800.00
Flippity Flop by Samantha Buller
Flippity Flop
Oil on canvas
30.00" x 40.00"
$1950.00
Golden Gate Park - SB by Samantha Buller
Golden Gate Park - SB
Oil on canvas
12.00" x 9.00"
$400.00
Granny Smith by Samantha Buller
Granny Smith
Oil on canvas
6.00" x 6.00"
SOLD
Happiness Is Bliss by Samantha Buller
Happiness Is Bliss
Oil on Panel
24.00" x 24.00"
$1250.00
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Samantha Buller currently lives in Sonoma County after painting and teaching in Kansas for the past two years. She received her BFA in Painting from the Academy of Art University, San Francisco. Originally from the Bay Area, her work reflects the beautiful light and modernism that is found in Northern California. Her work has been shown in the Hall of Justice in downtown San Francisco, in business’ and several galleries, as well as on the set of a prime time television show.

She studied a semester abroad in Italy, which has greatly influenced her love and passion for the arts. “Italy was full of rich, golden colors. The culture is truly inspiring for any type of artist and to have the opportunity to paint while standing amongst an Italian sunflower field, should be one experienced by all.”

Her love of color completely drives her work. She is inspired by the art of Wayne Thiebaud for his paint application, color, and composition, as well as the works of Raimonds Staprans for his layering techniques. She chooses to paint simplistic objects to create a clean, strong design, sharing interest with the negative space.