Joe Sorren, an old favorite of mine, paints and sculpts dramatic characters and scenes. If you happen to be near the Los Angeles area, you may be able to catch Joe Sorren’s opening this weekend, Saturday, November 6.
Trent Call is a talented artist creating paintings, drawings, illustrations, comics, murals and more. Apparently he stays pretty busy and his website is full of great work. Trent’s artwork is rich with movement, color and pattern in a range of dynamic styles.
I am a huge fan of Shaun Barber’s artwork and have featured him in the past, for a tattooed portrait painting and a portrait painting of President Barack Obama. I regularly glance back at his website to watch his collection of Tattooed Portraits grow.
Ekundayo is a painter originally from Honolulu, Hawaii and his painting are rich with color, texture and movement; each telling a unique story.
Morning Breath is a creative duo, Doug Cunningham and Jason Noto, working in both art and advertising. These two passions are so well integrated that, at first glance, it can be difficult to know if a piece is art or an advertisement. This is one of my favorite things about their work.
Janet Lage’s paintings are full of energy, color, texture and line. These paintings are traditional in the sense of media used, but they have a gritty, graffiti art feel about them.
Bridget Fahy paints ambiguous figures in scenes filled with texture and patterns like a quilted blanket.
Working mostly in watercolors and inks, Marco Zamora creates large scale drawings on paper that deal with themes of anonymity, his environment, and the conditions/actions of the people that inhabit it.