Born on November 24, 1864 in the Midi-Pyrénées region of France, Henri Marie Raymond de Toulouse-Lautrec-Monfa is considered by many to be one of the greatest painters of the Post-Impressionist period. The son of aristocrats, he suffered from a number of congenital conditions that were attributed to the inbreeding traditions of past generations. His parents […]
Los Angeles based painter, illustrator, and comic book artist Rob Sato has a new exhibition at Copro Gallery in Santa Monica, California. “The Open End” showcases nearly a year’s worth of Sato’s otherworldly lies and intricate plotting with sumptuous detail. The Open End is the place where no path or plan leads but where you end up anyway. […]
Born and raised in the valley of Salt Lake City, Utah, Linda Herzog grew up with a love of nature and animals. Moving to Southern California in 1986, Linda received inspiration from the ocean and started painting marine life. In 1998 her interest turned to painting wildlife in a realm of unique unreal settings that […]
Based in Madrid, Spain, illustrator, engraver, and painter Gabriel Moreno studied Fine Arts at the University of Sevilla and graduated in 1998. Moreno has worked with virtually every major national agency and with numerous national and international publications including the 2009 cover of Los Angeles Times Magazine. To see more, visit GabrielMoreno.com.
I am a huge movie fan and I’m always pleased when I see an artistically crafted film poster. This led me to do a little research into the history of movie poster artwork and its evolution over the years. Film posters have always been designed with the commercial intent of getting movie goers to buy […]
Born in Ourinhos, Brazil in 1973, Henrique Oliveira has a BFA in painting and a Masters in Visual Poetics from the University of São Paulo, Brazil. Oliveira’s installations that he calls “tridimensionals” are huge constructions that combine sculpture, painting and architecture. Often supported by walls and using PVC tubing, he creates his installations by arranging […]
Art enables us to find ourselves and lose ourselves at the same time.
For this week’s Deviant, I want to share with you again the work of Polish artist Andrzej Troc. Unfortunately, there is very little information about him online in English. I do know that he works with acrylic paint on Fabriano paper and that his mastery of colour and texture are simply amazing. To see more […]
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Born in 1961 in Yerevan, Armenia, Daron Mouradia studied at the Panos Terlemezian Arts College from 1978-1982 . From 1984-1990 he attended the Yerevan Academy of Fine Arts where he was awarded the prize of Excellence. Mouradia has exhibited in Armenia, Paris, Germany, Netherlands, Switzerland, and New York. His works are inspired by Armenian culture, […]
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Dao Hai Phong was born in Hanoi, Vietnam in 1965 and is the son of well known film artist Dao Duc Phong. He graduated from the film design department of the Hanoi College of Film and Theater in 1987 and from 1992 onward, has devoted himself to painting. Painting mainly in oils on canvas, Phong’s […]
Born in 1970 in Utrecht, Netherlands, Eline Peek studied advertising and presentation techniques at Nimeto, Utrecht and autonomous design at the School of the Arts, Hogeschool voor de Kunsten Utrecht. “People seeing the paintings of the Utrecht artist Eline Peek (1970) for the first time tend to shuffle by in shock or embarrassment or to […]