Your Monday Mixx – Cheers!
Wonderful illustrations from Portland, Oregon based artist Jeannie Lynn Paske. Obsolete World: “There is a world tucked away behind this one. An old world made up of endless fields,distant hills and timeworn cliffs. A place where the sun is always setting. A land in which extinct slow-moving monsters and elegant gentle-faced creatures of all shapes […]
Sunday’s pic is by American painter Lori Earley. Born and raised in New York, Earley trained at the School of Visual Arts in New York. “My oil paintings are a combination of classical realistic rendering with a personal element of distortion This distortion comes from my innate desire to transform my emotions into tangible planes […]
Born in Sichuan Province, China, Liao Zhenwu currently lives and works in Beijing. Zhenwu studied art at the Sichuan Education Institute and oil painting at the Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing. For more information, visit SOEMO Fine Arts. Related Books: The Revolution Continues: New Art From China New China, New Art Avatars and […]
Most retail stores, I’ve found, rely heavily on the use of plastic bags. While supermarkets seem to be heading in the direction of cloth bags and bins, the rest of the retail world seems to be lagging behind. As a result, it’s easy for me to end up with bags full of other plastic bags […]
Cool stuff from France-based street artist Iemza who paints (mostly) monochromatic creatures in abandoned sites. To see more, check out Iemza’s photostream on Flickr. (Photos by Thierry Gaude)
Painting is just another way of keeping a diary.
Your weekly Art Quote! See more Art Quotes here. (photograph by Wendy Campbell) Photography takes an instant out of time, altering life by holding it still. —Dorothea Lange
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American artist Bill Carman has a new exhibition entitled “Unbalanced” opening today at Animazing Gallery in New York City. “Carman’s paintings feature elements inspired by the fantastical and dark images of Hieronymus Bosch, and are executed with the precision of Albrecht Durer. His sense of humor is evident in this collection of nearly 50 mixd-media […]
Some recent work from Manchester, UK based photographer Lee Jeffries (featured). The models in his photographs are homeless people that he has met in Europe and in the United States. Jeffries makes an effort to get to know each of the subjects before asking permission to take their portrait. To see more, check out Jeffries’ […]
Luke Syson was a curator of Renaissance art, of transcendent paintings of saints and solemn Italian ladies — serious art. And then he changed jobs, and inherited the Met’s collection of ceramics — pretty, frilly, “useless” candlesticks and vases. He didn’t like it. He didn’t get it. Until one day … (Filmed at TEDxMet.) Watch […]
I love this new work by Korean painter/illustrator Minjae Lee. Lee is 21 years old, self-taught, and has just started selling his pieces. To see more of Lee’s intricate creations, see his profile on Deviant Art.