Rossina Bossio‘s third and final installment in the trilogy of videos from The Holy Beauty Project is finally online, one year after its production and official presentation at Saint Claire’s Church Museum in Bogotá, Colombia. “The Holy Beauty Project is a…
French painter Gerard Schlosser is known for using photographs to frame a specific part of a scene. His paintings are hyperrealist fragments of fictional stories.
New Zealand born artist Joel Penkman, currently living in the UK, captures our food favourites by using egg tempera and gesso to grinding and mixing his own paint. You can shop the prints on Etsy.
Self-taught Russian illustrator Lora Zombie creates chaotic, vibrant and colourful paintings by using ink and watercolours. Zombie is a rising star, with her exhibitions quickly selling out galleries worldwide. [vimeo http://vimeo.com/28553129 w=580&h=281]
Canadian artist Alexandra Levasseur creates beautiful paintings by using acrylics and colored pencils on paper. During 2011 – 2012 she developed a project titled “One Drawing a Day”. Her objective was to explore the spontaneity and inspiration given by every different morning, either…
German artist Deenesh Ghyczy paints fragmented portraits by using oil and acrylic. His paintings give the illusion of looking through a kaleidoscope.
Canadian artist Drew Young works mainly with oils and collage on mahogany. His art is inspired by lost and found adolescence. Young says “We are lost in our self-indulgent primal behaviour, forgoing the morals and values our parents have instilled in us. In…
Thomas Saliot is a French painter living and working between Paris and Marrakech. His medium is oil on canvas and the artworks are absolutely stunning.
Korean artist Ho-Ryon Lee’s paintings are visually seductive and provocative. He paints using oil on canvas after taking several photos of a model in sensual and revealing poses, creating also a sense of motion.
Argentinian artist Nacha Canvas makes beautiful pieces by using mainly watercolours. These paintings were taken from her series “What Happens in the Mountains” were she exposes mountain life by using colours and soft textures creating very moving imagery.