I am so glad I found Gabriella Barouch’s collection of art. I love how seamlessly she combine various media in her work. The finished pieces feel complete, as if these materials were meant to be combined in the such a way.
Chris Trueman delivers an explosion of color, line and texture in his most recent paintings. I first featured Chris Trueman’s work in 2008 when his style was more geometric and controlled. While Trueman’s current style still includes geometric elements, the paint is more fluid and energetic.
I absolutely love the artwork of REMED and I have to thank RQM for showing this to me. RQM is a talented Berlin MC that collaborated with REMED on COLORS FADE, LIGHT GOES ON to create a great mosaic piece made up of 84 7″ records. REMED feels like an art superstar, slinging out amazing artwork regularly, on the street and in the gallery.
In his latest work, Matthew Hindley explores themes of darkness with his rich oils and acrylics. These paintings capture figures in a moment of strong emotion leaving the audience wondering what might happen next.
Today’s amazing illustrations are by artist Mel Kadel.
Ronald Kurniawan draws, paints and sculpts wild and imaginative scenes and characters.
Jenkins is a mixed media artist that pumps out works of art like a machine. The volume of wonderful work that comes from his hands is staggering.
Henrique Oliveira uses recycled “Tapumes” (sidings made of plywood in english) to create his sculpture and installations. Full of texture, color and movement, these pieces reflect a work path he chose while in school.