Archive for October, 2014

Marie Delabos Creates Celebrations of Color and Form

Marie Delabos Creates Celebrations of Color and Form

| October 27, 2014

As she celebrates the creative spirit, Marie Delabos creates art that vibrates with an energetic and atmospheric vitality, infusing her surfaces with layers of depth and detail and revealing a joyful simplicity within the color storm. A sense of freedom fills these abstractions, immersing viewers in the sheer richness of the paintings and sculptural works […]

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Valeria Guarnieri, Communicating a Sense of Place Through Expressive Color and Line

Valeria Guarnieri, Communicating a Sense of Place Through Expressive Color and Line

| October 26, 2014

The paintings of Argentinian artist Valeria Guarnieri are explosions of bright, cheerful color and expressive line. By mixing watercolors, oils and acrylic paints, Guarnieri creates unique pieces that utilize the best of each medium’s characteristics and offer a “lush, enlightening finish.” A native of Mendoza, Guarnieri is deeply inspired by terrain. Her paintings are reflections […]

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Spencer McCall: A Snapshot in Global Vision Time

Spencer McCall: A Snapshot in Global Vision Time

| October 26, 2014

No one ever dreams of the world, only of their place in it,” says Canadian photographer Spencer McCall. His provocative photographs, printed on fine art paper in color or black-and-white, probe moments of daily living in lands both near and far. Interested in capturing the small, transient, unconscious moments of the day, his work details […]

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Åkerlund: Music, Art and Modern Day Mythology

| October 24, 2014

Marie Åkerlund’s paintings offer photorealistic renderings of contemporary creative life leaning toward the mystical and the cosmic. Working across media, her works might be produced in acrylic, graphite, watercolor or colored pencil on canvas or paper. Inspired by music culture and social justice issues, these compositions often possess an air of the otherworldly, with references […]

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Sophie Chemla: Digital Graffiti

Sophie Chemla: Digital Graffiti

| October 21, 2014

Sophie Chemla’s digital photography demands to be noticed, using a combination of boisterous colors, daring camera angles, and intriguing text. Chemla photographs uniquely urban sights at close, almost confrontational range, so that a metal safety gate is abstracted into a stunning Art Deco pattern or a row of concrete, industrial columns becomes monumental in scale. […]

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Philip Cunningham’s Time-Lapse Photography Is Moody & Evocative

Philip Cunningham’s Time-Lapse Photography Is Moody & Evocative

| October 21, 2014

Inspired by a college photo-internship and the allure of long-exposure, time-lapse photography, Philip J. Cunningham succeeds in revealing the essence of his subjects rather than re-photographing the well-known. Working in the absence of direct sunlight, he captures the beauty of the world at night and during overcast days. His moonlit subjects and fiery sunsets powerfully […]

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Love U Sev Creates Portraits of Love and Heartbreak

Love U Sev Creates Portraits of Love and Heartbreak

| October 21, 2014

The surreal portrait photography of French artist Love U Sev is both compelling and otherworldly. Love U Sev approaches her photographs in an entirely new way, superimposing her own self-portraits with portraits of American singer Michael Jackson, without retouching either image. The resulting picture is a figurative study in contrast and juxtaposition, as elements of […]

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