Archive for the ‘Paintings’ Category

THE BROOKLYN BRIDGE IS 127 YEARS OLD The Brooklyn Bridge turns 127 years old today, here is a retrospective flashback in pictures…

Los Angeles born David Choe works in many mediums,and is known as much for his exaggerated vulgarity as for his aesthetic sense. His works grace the magazines of Vice, Hustler, and Juztapoz Magazine, and had his first solo art exhibit at The Jonathan Levine Gallery in New York City. The documentary film about Choe, Dirty Hands: The [...]

She goes by a couple of names, such as Maria Trillidou and Carmen Mare. There is a secret meaning behind all of it, as she mentions on her website which will be open soon. Regardless, what do you expect from an artist that produces surrealistic paintings like she does. Here are samples of her work…

Tom Bagshaw’s Yokai Dreams Solo Art Show is currently running through May 29, 2010 at Knifesmith Gallery in Bristol.

Rubén Amador currently lives in Veracruz, México.

In his first solo show in New York, titled If You Don’t Belong, Don’t Be Long, Scott Campbell presents a series of his trademark cut currency work and three-dimensional pieces, alongside prints and hologram paintings at the Oh Wow Gallery. His subject matter and iconography translate blue-collar grit and the lore of tattoo culture.

Amy Nelder, a San Francisco artist, has been selling her fine art for over 10 years. Her paintings reveal happy, bright, magical urban scenes of great American cities from San Francisco to New Orleans to New York – reminiscent of the early work of famed Japanese artist Yamagata. She is also well-known throughout San Francisco [...]


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