Michael Shapcott is a 28-year-old painter from Connecticut whose palettes and portraits are inspired by music and different cultures. His gallery features several portfolios (I like onawa and blue truth the best) and his work is featured in exhibitions on both the east and west coasts. He currently has no scheduled exhibitions (his “The Beginning of the End” in San Fransisco ended last week), but subscribing to his RSS Feed is easy and a good way to hear about any upcoming shows. Several original pieces are currently for sale. [ Continue Reading ]
Nowadays you often see things in Art which make you take a second look.
The talent of the artist themselves to observe objects so much that they create a piece that appears as many other things, but is with us everyday. [ Continue Reading ]
Andrew Gonzalez, of San Antonio, Texas, is an award-winning figurative artist whose work has been exhibited in several countries. His paintings are created with airbrushed acrylics on panel or canvas. Forms, values and highlighting are created by lifting pigment with an abrasive eraser, followed by the application of transparent layers of pigment. Influenced by idealism in the mystical [ 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.
Paintings by San Francisco artist Sarah Spitler. Sarah says she relates to Geographical form, such as the pattern of land against bodies of water. She relates her some of her work to this same design, a layering of imagery that is effected by elemental factors such as erosion, climate, composition…See her work. [ Continue Reading ]