Posts in Art
Abstracted Circles by Marissa J. Menefee

The seemingly simple circle presents to me endless opportunities and inspiration to create whimsical and abstract compositions. Multiple facets of the circle’s shape and capabilities grab me; a circle contains zero straight lines; a circle cannot be filled with other circles; a line that never ends, circles are often a symbol of infinity. When lost, it feels like we are going in circles. When there is great accomplishment, it feels as if we have come full circle. 

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Dones d’aigua (Women in Water) by Sonia Alins Miguel

The “Dones d’aigua” (women in water) series is a very thoughtful and very polished series, from the first moment of conceptualization to further implementation. An ethereal idea of ystery and the fact of experimenting with different levels of transparency. It had to be treated in a minimalist way, too. Finally, the characters in the scene are compact figures of big proportions emerging from the aquatic environment, unfamiliar and hostile for most of them, helpless and victims of fate. Each art piece becomes a powerful atmosphere full of tension, creating a surreal sense of immersion in the world of dreams and nightmares.

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Watercolor Paintings by Yuri Lomkov

Any trip I plan is an opportunity to see something new, to surprise myself. Sketches, impressions, thoughts generate new pictures. My work in watercolors is the result of trips to Sweden, Spain, South of France - Toulouse, Moliere, Montauban, Carcassonne, Seth, Grenada, Andorra.

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Paintings by Nadezda Tarasova

Impressionism and Expressionism are my favorite art styles which I use painting in oil. Marine is one of my most favorite genres. I am trying my best and using all my knowledge of esoterics in order to put good vibes and create talisman paintings. I believe that my paintings reflect my feelings and attitude to the world around me.

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Accident Series by Zeren Badar

I called it Accident series because it started by accident. I was downloading these old paintings and printing them for another project I had had in my mind.  One day I came home very hungry. I had pile of prints in my hand. I put them on the kitchen counter. I started making omelet. By accident, I dropped the egg on one of prints.

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Ceramic Dinosaurs by Brett Kern

“Something has survived,” reads the tagline for the 1997 movie, Jurassic Park: The Lost World. Undeniably, something has survived: the infatuation I have with the pop culture of my formative years, during the late eighties and the nineties. As I age, it continues to be through these “cultural glasses” that I continue to view and interpret the world, which influences the subject matter and purpose of my work. My predilection for producing collectible objects comes from my training as a potter and my persistent preoccupation with collecting toys, pop memorabilia, and nostalgic items from my youth.  

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Mustache Sabotage by Sylvain Cotte

I worked with the Kulte brand the launch of the AH2010 collection through exposure and Comptoir des Cotonniers creating the visual of the campaign "Comptoir Monte le Son". Currently, my collaboration with Paperwallet led me to integrate the store the Guggenheim Museum in New York with my favorite character, Leon Grellutch.

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Promenade by Jungho Lee

I am usually interested in surrealism of visual language so I tried to study again a kind of surrealism artists such as René Magritte for my project. Especially, I have inspired from German artist Quint Buchholz because he already had worked many paintings about the theme of 'book'.

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Museo Atlantico, Lanzarote by Jason Taylor

Jason deCaires Taylor in partnership with The Cabildo of Lanzarote, is building the first underwater contemporary art museum in the Atlantic Ocean. Situated in clear blue waters off the coast of Lanzarote, Spain. The unique, permanent installation is being constructed at around 12m deep and accessible to both snorkelers, divers and observers through glass bottom boats. 

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