Posts Tagged ‘paintings

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.

Seductive Subversion: Women Pop Artists, 1958–1968, is the first major exhibition to explore in depth the contributions of female Pop artists and seeks to expand the definition of classic Pop art and re-evaluate the role of the women who worked alongside the movement’s more famous male practitioners. It features more than fifty works by Pop art’s [...]

After coming across the drawings and paintings by Tanya Miller we had to find out what makes her tick, her inspirations and the story behind her superb surrealistic artworks. So we tracked her down to ask her some questions. When did you move from Russia to the United States? I was born in Khabarovsk, right [...]

Lane Bennion’s paintings are a study in composition, light and color. He transforms ordinary objects and locations into a window into time. Bennion studied at University of Utah where he mentored under artists David Dornan, Paul Davis, and Tony Smith. He later went on to graduate in Medical Illustration. Through the university’s art program he [...]

MICHELE DEL CAMPOS EXHIBITION IN LONDON Italian artist Michele Del Campo’s new paintings in a second London solo show ‘Close Strangers’ at The Mark Jason Gallery in London opens July 28 and runs through October 27, 2010. Del Campo’s vibrant, uplifting, energetic, expressive paintings are pure observations of people and the world they live in [...]

A daily dose of eye candy to highlight artworks we find for your viewing pleasure and inspiration. This edition we highlight Moleskine Art. History of the Moleskine: Notebooks with the same features as the present Moleskine notebooks were a popular standard in 19th and 20th century Europe, handmade by small French bookbinders who supplied the stationery shops of Paris. Moleskines [...]


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