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Irish Frog by Vincent Autenrieb
Stash Some Cash by Vincent Autenrieb
Tight Spot by Vincent Autenrieb
Designated Smoking Section by Vincent Autenrieb
Emergence by Vincent Autenrieb
Make it a Double by Vincent Autenrieb
Alien Repose by Vincent Autenrieb
The Tutelary Guardian by Vincent Autenrieb
Seasons by Vincent Autenrieb
AUM by Vincent Autenrieb
Cloud Services by Vincent Autenrieb
Morning Dew by Vincent Autenrieb
Butterfly Delight by Vincent Autenrieb
Interstellar by Vincent Autenrieb
Frogger by Vincent Autenrieb
Kiss Me by Vincent Autenrieb
Feeling Lucky by Vincent Autenrieb
Ninja Frog by Vincent Autenrieb
Grasshopper by Vincent Autenrieb
Wild Potato by Vincent Autenrieb
Halloween Moth by Vincent Autenrieb
Luna Moth by Vincent Autenrieb
Don't Be Afraid by Vincent Autenrieb
Mushroom Quartet by Vincent Autenrieb
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About Vincent Autenrieb
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I live central Florida and have a wide variety of interests that are reflected in my art. I work with numerous mediums (acrylic paint, soft pastels, wood carving, mixed media, etc.) however, digital art is my preferred method. The pieces I create reflect my thoughts and interests so I see them as being 'children of my thoughts.' Some of my interests include space, science, science fiction, nature (especially water and sea life - SCUBA certified), fantasy art, fine art, animation, family, politics, continuous learning and personal growth, charity, movies, puzzles, computers, and the paranormal/mysterious (UFOs, Bigfoot, Ghosts, Bermuda Triangle, etc.).
Creating art is a critical life balance mechanism for me...a stress manager and communication vehicle. I typically keep a lot of irons in the fire and my art is an old friend that has always been there when most needed. It is more than a passion, it is an obsession. It is integral to the very essence and fabric of my soul. If I have a mission as an artist, I would have to say it is to provoke thought, entertain, and inspire people to celebrate the uncommon, and strive for personal growth.
The innovators, trend setters, and leaders of society have traditionally not been those who fell in line and did what they were told. They have been those with the willingness and bravery to rebel against the common, question the established, and seek truth and speak out regardless of the consequences. The â€œuncommonâ€