Archive for the ‘Paintings’ Category

Cody Hudson is a Chicago-based artist, with works exhibited throughout the U.S, Europe and Japan. Along with painting, drawing, sculptures, and public art, he has worked on many projects with the likes of Stussy, Nike, Virgin Mobile and SixPack France, to name a few.

We had the opportunity to attend the opening of the 2012 Art Show last night (June 12th) at Miami Art Space. A nice eclectic mix showed up to this show which explored 12 artists’ interpretation of the year 2012. Included in the group exhibition are artists: Reinier Gamboa; Kiki Valdes; David Tamargo; George Sanchez-Calderon; David Marsh; [...]

Todd Schorr’s ‘Designed For Extinction‘ opening reception is on June 26, 2010 and the exhibit will run till September 11, 2010 at Ben Maltz Gallery at the Otis College of Art and Design in Los Angeles.

This is what I picture the two twins from The Shining would be doing in the afterlife; frolicking in an open space with that ever present evil grin on their faces. This acrylic on canvas piece is titled Two Figures by figurative painter Dana Nacer, who lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. This piece is [...]

Opening June 26, 2010 is The Return of Brandi Milne, My Heart Shall Not Fear Art Show at the Corey Helford Gallery in Culver City, CA.

Kris Kushi’s surreal works of art are intricate, detailed and quite creepy, but that’s why we love it.

Japanese painter Tetsuya Ishida only lived to the age of 31 (he tragically passed away in 2005 after getting hit by a train), but left behind a legacy of striking surrealistic paintings that explored issues of the self and society. Many of these paintings feature figures melded with their environment with blank expressions that represent both [...]


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