Archive for the ‘Artist Spotlight’ Category

The New Yorker magazine artist Saul Steinberg (1914-1999) was one of America’s most beloved artists. He is renowned for the covers and drawings that appeared on and in the magazine for nearly six decades and for the drawings, paintings, prints, collages, and sculptures exhibited internationally in galleries and museums. Steinberg’s art cannot be confined to [...]

Talia Greene is a multi-media artist who incorporates photography, digital printing, drawing, and sewing in her work. We are especially fond of her multi-media prints and her use of actual bees. The series of prints called Colony, pairs altered portraits of 19th century Westerners with altered Orientalist postcards taken and traded by Westerners in the Colonial [...]

Butt Johnson’s first solo show at CRG Gallery, The Name of the Rose, opens January 14 and runs through February 19, 2011. The show will feature drawings that fuse the idioms of old master drawings and engravings with a subject matter both contemporary and allegorical. In employing the visual language of engravings writ in the [...]

English artist Chantal Joffe’s artworks consist of large scale paintings often depicting woman and children. She finds their clothing and bodies interesting. Inspiration for her pieces range from family members photos to advertising to fashion magazines, as well as pornography. Here are some examples of her work… Spider

Michael O. creates absolutely stunning surrealistic digital art pieces! His style is best described as ‘photo-manipulation on steroids’ combining unique Photoshop techniques and digital painting. With the exception of the original digital photograph, his work is created entirely on a computer utilizing his knowledge of digital techniques and traditional art skills learned in his younger [...]

Illustrator Natsuki Otani designs some gorgeous artworks that are rich in color and texture. She is from Tokyo, studied at Norwich University College of the Arts and is currently working in England as a freelance illustrator. Her most recent work is a collaboration with Urban Outfitters, Sketchbook Magazine and The 405. She was also featured [...]

These ‘In the Flesh’ series of paintings by JKB Fletcher depict extreme sexy close-ups of certain aspects the face and skin.  They are so ‘real’ looking, it’s hard to imagine they are actually paintings. Poke – Oil on canvas


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