Archive for June, 2014

Wolfgang Hock. An Innovative Digital Painter

Wolfgang Hock. An Innovative Digital Painter

| June 27, 2014

Cosmopolitan artist Wolfgang Hock sees his digital paintings as free form translations of what exists, not as representations or copies. Each piece is inspired by a sketch or a photograph, then transformed by Hock into digital paintings. One of the things he likes about working on a computer is the ability to quickly change brush […]

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Yozo Abe. Painting In Abandon

Yozo Abe. Painting In Abandon

| June 27, 2014

Bright, confrontational, and enigmatic, the acrylic paintings of Japanese artist Yozo Abe are unmatched in verve. His painting style is chameleonic, with a style that varies with sophistication to match his message and subject matter. Yozo Abe plays with line, texture, and light in turn. However, certain graphic elements remain constant across his body of […]

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Tom Stella. Painting Passion

Tom Stella. Painting Passion

| June 27, 2014

Working purposefully and methodically, American artist Tom Stella might take years to complete one of his exuberantly colorful paintings. Blurring the boundaries of Realism with Expressionism, Stella eschews any one artistic style. Instead, he embraces a richly diverse variety of materials and methods. This allows his compositions to be guided by aesthetic techniques, activating an […]

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Miguel Payano. Explosions of Color and Texture

Miguel Payano. Explosions of Color and Texture

| June 24, 2014

The abstract expressionist acrylic and colored pencil paintings of Dominican Republic artist PAYAMI (Miguel Payano) are living canvases, full of energy and movement, and replete with human emotion. In his artistic process, Payami uses a spatula, brush, and other implements to lay the paint thickly onto the canvas, resulting in multi-dimensional and highly textured images, […]

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Justo Osuna. Landscape Paintings and Transcendental Longings

Justo Osuna. Landscape Paintings and Transcendental Longings

| June 24, 2014

Contemporary painter Justo Osuna works in acrylic on canvas. Interested in artistic attempts to transcend the limitations of the everyday, in his work he offers forms and compositions that defy the very notion of boundaries and borders. In his effort to represent landscape through lines, gestures and luscious glazes, his works dip into the territory […]

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Nancy Stella Galianos. The Color Of Emotion

Nancy Stella Galianos. The Color Of Emotion

| June 24, 2014

Nancy Stella Galianos’ highly sophisticated acrylic abstracts balance explorations of shape, color, and space all within a single canvas. With a mixture of palette knife and brush, Galianos builds a composition out of dynamic organic shapes, sometimes leaving the forms impulsive and unpolished and sometimes finishing them in exquisite detail. The shapes are simple, but […]

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Murielle Argoud. Suggestions and Sincerity

Murielle Argoud. Suggestions and Sincerity

| June 15, 2014

The appealing subtlety and sincerity of Murielle Argoud’s paintings is found in an expressive abstraction of secrets and metamorphosis, distilling a visual poetry from pigments and sand. At the heart of Argoud’s art is a sense of transformation and an appreciation for the natural world, as enigmatic suggestions of landscapes seem to linger beneath the […]

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