Archive for the ‘Paintings’ Category

French born painter Jacques Resch (who Resch currently resides in Africa) began painting as a child and his mother enrolled him in art classes by the age of seven. While in college, he met Jean Raymond Bessil, an artist and art teacher, who advised him not to enter art school, telling him that if his creative force [...]

The Art of Laura Wills

27, Jan 2011

Laura Wills is a visual artist based in Adelaide, Australia. With a Bachelor of Visual Arts and Applied Design from Adelaide Center of the Arts (2003) she practices a diverse range of media from painting, drawing and photography to installation, media arts and community projects. Wills has a strong interest in using found materials, collaboration [...]

CHARLIE CHAPLAIN PHOTOGRAPHIC ARCHIVE ACQUIRED BY MUSÉE DE L’ELYSÉE IN LAUSANNE For each of Charlie Chaplain’s films, several photographers documented the filming at the request of the Chaplin Studios. These archives were owned by Chaplin, then his family. Courtesy Roy Export Co. Est. / Musée de l’Elysée Now The Musée de l’Elysée has announced a major [...]

Hair dominates most of Jason Snyder’s most recent paintings. The dark tresses and mysterious covered faces or lack thereof draws you into each piece. Black Widow

In relation to his work, Scott Greenwalt states “I am concerned with the confluence of disparate topographies set in an ominous land peopled with beings having suffered some malformation or mutant hybridization by a mephitic environment. These beings are vacillating between dimensions, in a chrysalis state of transformation. Portraiture of grotesques, formed by an unfolding [...]

Heidi Tailleffer’s artwork is a mix of surrealism and classical figurative painting and mythology. Her tastes range from the ridiculous and the absurd to the sacred and sublime, as she pursues the deeper meaning of things while possessed of a strong sense of humor. Here are some examples of her work… Angels of Our Nature

NIGEL COOKE EXHIBITION AT BLUM & POE Nigel Cooke exhibition is currently showing at Blum & Poe till February 12, 2011. Cooke’s paintings, “hybrid theatrical spaces” as he has called them, often depict fantastic graffiti-strewn architecture and supernatural landscapes. Rendered in a naturalistic style that bounces back and forth between affirmation and complication of the [...]


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