Large-headed porcelain looking female portraits brings to mind Lowbrow art (at least in my mind, e.g. Mark Ryden’s work), but these artworks by Italian graphic designer Dilka Bear are more delicate in nature and are quite beautiful. Check out some of her limited edition prints.
The opening reception for Buff Monster’s Beyond The Pink Show at the Corey Helford Gallery in Culvert City, Ca is September 4th and the show runs through September 22, 2010. This will be his fourth solo exhibit at the gallery. These new paintings are inspired by his recent trip to Europe.
DANIEL RICHTER ‘SPAGOTZEN’ EXHIBITION AT GALERIE THADDAEUS ROPAC Under the title Spagotzen, a neologism coined by the artist, the exhibition comprises fifteen works showing mysterious figures bathed in an artificial light typical of Richter, against a sometimes seismographically linear background. They seem like actors on a stage, engaged in strange kinds of interaction.
The paintings of Nicola Lopez… Regarding her work she states “I draw on the visual language of cartography in order to evoke the idea of mapping, although my maps do not refer to actual places. Neither are they depictions of utopias or dystopias; they are maps that represent how our actual world is structured, not [...]
Boring is a word that could never be used in describing Richard Coleman’s artwork. Bold, colorful and hypnotic would be the optimum choice.
SALVADOR DALI’S MUSTACHE FOUND ON DELTA FLIGHT In celebration of the High Museum Art of Atlanta’s new exhibition, “Dalí: The Late Work,” Delta has decked out a 757 plane with a Salvador Dalí-esque mustache. The plane, which went into service yesterday, will fly domestically. The High invites travelers who spot or ride on the plane to [...]
Artist Eric Joyner has an upcoming show titled Donut Logic at Corey Helford Gallery opening August 14th which runs through September 1, 2010. Joyner paintings have a whimsical unexpected mix of robots and donuts…depicting mechanical men and women inspired by the designs of toy tin machines from the 40′s through the 60′s, often in outlandish and impossible [...]