Today’s art is by Fernando Chamarelli. Chamarelli’s work includes “mosaic, geometric elements, organic forms and harmonic lines connecting symbols, legends, philosophies, religions and customs of ancient and modern civilizations.”
Cartoon Paintings and Sculpture by Arkiv
Arkiv is an amazing painter, sculptor and toy maker. His paintings are rich with color and fluid movement and his toys are sculpted with perfection.
Featured Painter, Kevin Peterson
Many thanks to Art Asylum Boston for introducing me to Kevin Peterson. Peterson’s paint reveals a sharp contrast between the innocent world of a child and the reality of the world in which they live.
Idealized Hyperrealism Paintings from Doug Bloodworth
I find myself drawn to Doug Bloodworth’s “pop” themed paintings. Bloodworth uses a style of idealized realism to transform ordinary popular foods, games, comics, etc. into engaging compositions.
Selected Paintings by Douglas Degges
Are Mokkelbost is a talented artist and musician. The wonderful “Entities” you see here are only a part of his body of work.
Andrea Ferrigno’s drawings and paintings have a digital look about them. I don’t know what her process is, but the precision in some of these is quite magnificent.
Art Crime Waiting to Happen?
In case you missed it, a couple of weeks ago 5 paintings with a market value of more than $100 million were stolen from the Paris Museum of Modern Art.
The paintings include:
- Pablo Picasso’s “Le pigeon aux petits-pois” (The Pigeon with the Peas)
- Henri Matisse’s “La Pastorale” (Pastoral)
- Amadeo Modigliani’s “La femme a l’eventail” (Woman with a Fan)
- Georges Braque’s “L’olivier pres de l’Estaque” (Olive Tree near Estaque)
- Fernand Leger’s “Nature morte aux chandeliers” (Still Life with Chandeliers)
Street Art by Jorge Galvao
Jorge Galvao is a talented, Brazilian based street artist and illustrator. Galvao composes some pretty wonderful images, usually figurative.