Archive for the ‘Paintings’ Category

CASEY GRAY AT WHITE WALLS Ill Romantic Casey Gray‘s exhibition titled Ill Romantic features pieces which draw upon the duality of attraction and repulsion as it exists in relation to the human heart.  Casey Gray composes his mixed media pieces through a meticulous process of stenciling, layering, and various urban media techniques, a process which [...]

The Art of Sweet Toof

23, Jul 2010

Sweet Toof not only paints, but also works in 3D by sculpturing his big toothed characters. The painter uses skeletons as the main characters in his work, drawing heavily on Dia De Los Muertos (Mexican tradition of life after death). Here are samples of his paintings and art prints which are all gums, skull, and [...]

In the time between Henri Matisse’s (1869–1954) return from Morocco in 1913 and his departure for Nice in 1917, the artist produced some of the most demanding, experimental, and enigmatic works of his career—paintings that are abstracted and rigorously purged of descriptive detail, geometric and sharply composed, and dominated by shades of black and gray. [...]

Opening July 23, 2010, Gallery KH will present a new collection of mixed media abstract paintings by artists Deborah T. Colter and Charlotte Foust, titled ‘Surface Elements’ which will run through August 31, 2010. An opening night cocktail reception is scheduled for Friday, July 23rd, 5-8PM. All gallery events are free and open to the public. [...]

Anthony Lister is an Australian born painter and installation artist and is quite notable within the Low Brow Art Movement, having been featured on Juxtapoz, FecalFace and Wooster Collective. Lister’s current exhibit “The Beauty of Failure” is his first solo show with the Show & Tell Gallery as well as his first exhibition in Canada. He Who [...]

Artist Mark Mchaley’s sci-fi paintings include scenes from Star Wars, Indiana Jones, and Lord of the Rings. They are pretty darn cool.

Russian artists Vasily Kandinsky (1866–1944) and Kazimir Malevich (1878–1935), considered two of the pioneers of abstraction, separately explored a geometric vocabulary during the course of their careers. Malevich is recognized for his circa 1914 invention of Suprematism, an abstract style expressing universal truths through the interrelationship of color and geometric forms. On the other hand, [...]


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