Think you need to use a brush to create a beautiful painting? Think again. Leonid Afremov has mastered the art of using just oil paint and a palette knife to manifest a visual explosion of color in his landscape and cityscape paintings. His unique technique adds a depth and richness that seem to morph geometric and organic lines into a vibration that breathes electricity into his paintings. [ Continue Reading ]
In the world of Caitlin Worthington, there are no happy endings, only the intensity that is Real Life. She’s a 19 year old Aussie who became a self taught photographer at the age of 13. Her photographic mission, to capture her subjects’ uniqueness, has turned itself into a display of self-possessed, haunting images, with eyes that seem to bore right through you.
Roadsworth began creating his street art works in the fall of 2001 in Montreal. Peter Gibson, his real name, is a clever artist, invoking a man vs. nature theme to much of his art. He even showcases MC Escher-like images for pedestrians to enjoy. [ Continue Reading ]
When I think NEON, I think bad 80s; headbands, socks, jelly shoes, jelly bracelets, and Hyper T-shirts. But Japanese painter, Que Houxo, adds depth to his NEON paintings.
Yes, this is a giant stuffed animal with its mouth hanging open looking like it’s been dropped carelessly by the hands of a giant child. The child would at least have to be about 15 stories high because this is one very large stuffed hare. [ Continue Reading ]