Archive for the ‘Paintings’ Category

Daniel Hyun Lim (aka Fawn Fruits) relishes the spontaneity of the art and moves things as he goes with colored pencils and acrylics. His works are a striking juxtaposition of muted versus vibrant hues. The colors are an anchor to reality and are a huge factor to the symbolic message that he is telling. “Somewhere [...]

William Fahey’s paintings can be considered borderline surrealism mixed with a twist of science fiction. He paints impossible things with an earth bound naturalism. This is no surprise as Fahey influences stem from imagery of Symbolists, surreal artworks and science fiction cover art. Symbolism, was prominent in the  late nineteenth-century style of French, Russian and Belgian origin [...]

Scott G. Brooks is one of the many artists whose work is currently being featured at the beinART International Surreal Collective titled “Dystopia” which runs through April 9, 2011, at the CoproGallery in Santa Monica, CA. Here are some samples of his work.

Ray Caesar’s paintings are crafted with such acute awareness of light, you would think he was a art scholar in the time of the old masters. Mix this with a twisted subject matter and you get these hauntingly beautiful works of art. Metatron

For his eleventh one-person show, Lamar Peterson New Work, Peterson returns to his familiar subjects of the landscape and the suburban experience, depicting scenarios of dream-like chaos with a cartoon vernacular in his solo exhibition of new work at Fredericks & Freiser Gallery in New York City. Inspired by elementary school bulletin boards, educational activity [...]

Lori Pensini was born in 1970 in the wheatbelt Railway town of Narrogin, near Perth in Australia. Growing up with avast expanse of  landscape her imagination was free to roam. This is apparent in her oil paintings which are delicate and dreamlike in nature with a winsome sense of fluidity. Here are samples of her work… [...]

If Charlie Immer’s paintings and illustrations of gorgeous colorful skulls and innards  weren’t  infused with whimsical color such as mint and cotton candy pink they would find themselves in a much darker genre of art. His paintings however are chimerical and fun in nature and falls under the category of ‘lowbrow’ (which is one of [...]

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