Archive for the ‘Paintings’ Category

On the surface, Italian artist Valentina Brostean’s beautiful digital art and traditional paintings are surreal and grotesque, with its audience appreciating the subject matter, skill and curiosity it conveys. However the pieces she creates offer deeper meaning and reflect on the artists views on life and personal experience. Not only does she create these wonderments, [...]

Anima Mundi, a solo exhibition by the renowned German artist, Imi Knoebel is currently on show at Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac in Paris. In this selection of new works Knoebel illustrates the brilliance of his minimalist approach to color in a series of small paintings: five single, two pairs, two groups of three, two four and [...]

Currently on show at the Limner Gallery, in Hudson, New York, are new paintings by Slowinski, an artist that analyzes American cultural themes, influenced by the social and political issues of the moment. As the culture changes around him, the narrative element in his work changes to reflect it. Chicken Soup

For this Summer Group Exhibition, David B. Smith Gallery will feature five new artists at the gallery, who through their artwork, respond to the impact of human activity on the natural world, and the juxtaposition of civilization and nature. The exhibition will be on display beginning June 24 and run through July 16, 2011.  A [...]

After traveling the globe illustrating, painting, and teaching, Paul Balmer fell in love with the energy of New York City and decided to make it his home. Working out of his Soho studio, Balmer paints the city from a perspective influenced by his South African roots and his love of abstract expressionism. We had the [...]

Mab Graves, one of twins, deems herself a pop surrealist painter who never attended art school. Here are examples of some paintings: Harlow and the Faerie Ring

Françoise Nielly’s paintings in eye-popping color are skillfully mastered with oil and knife and simply transcend the definitive mindset of portrait painting. Pink, purple, bright orange, and lime green daubs collectively form brilliant renditions of the human face. Here are some of her new works for 2011.

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