Conrad spends a lot of time in sunny Spain, painting mainly on commissions. He knows how to enjoy life. He loves surfing. The positive energy found on sunny Spanish beaches seems to fill up all His artwork. There is also a bit of English history in many of His paintings and newspaper collages.
Art is eternal. Avant-garde is immortal. It pushes the boundaries of what is accepted as the norm or the status quo, primarily in the cultural realm. Today we welcome the visual art of Claudio Parantela who transports viewers to his eclectic personal world of psychological grotesque and unreal human experiences.
“Buy my ‘art’. Buy my unwillingness to contribute for I am above all that, I am special, and I deserve more than most. And you need to support my specialness; you need to buy my art. Support my narcissism.
Make me famous.”
Spanish cartoonist Joan Cornellà combines black humor and extreme discomfort, most famously in his wordless, six-panel comics.
Andre Krayewski is an artist and Polish expatriate currently residing in Newark, New Jersey in the United States. With a career that spans more than half a century, he continues to masterfully create paintings in his art-deco signature style and in pop art style.
The author calls them “negation of conventional reality” and You could not agree more. We are contemplating here the new worlds and altered realities in its most powerful form – visual one.
His artwork here can be divided into three expressive forms — illustrations, drawings and comic-books. Dan Lish knows how to display images of modern urban spaces life of big metropolitan cities, in which the streets are filled with ubiquitous black music.
He’s the artist who worked with writers Morgan Coy and Karen Davidson to create the graphic novel Shadow Healer. The three never met in person. Their four-part new age noir comic book was achieved entirely via the Internet.
Grégoire A. Meyer was in 2013 announced as a winner of the notable Silver A’ Design Award at Computer Graphics and 3D Model Design Competition.
It is obvious that this artist wishes they were Banksy in the worst way. It is equally obvious they are not. Banksy’s work has always had threads of hope, good will, and intelligence in its observations. This work seems to only want to demonize what it finds frustrating and wage all-out war to the point of obliteration.
“I rip apart images of things around me. Dark Visions full of shadows stalking senses. A child’s face, an old man, a beautiful woman.”
In his paintings you can see the longing for a return to the sensitivity and perfection of great Renaissance artists.
The creation of these images becomes a play with complex spaces and perspectives in order to create normally non-accessible places in a completely artificial arrangement of space and light.
Independently based in Asia, this entirely self taught artist utilizes a variety of techniques, subject matter and themes to expand the repertoire of his ink and art collection.
His photographic work revolves around the body, exploring it in various creative ways, from lighting to projecting, from freezing to fragmenting, constructing and deconstructing.
“My work is mostly photography based digital collage, which may at any time look like anything from an ordinary snapshot to an abstract piece of computer art.”
The colour or the absence of it in a composition, is just an element of storytelling.
Quickly, his parents want to see enter the Fine Arts, but close friends of the family, art connoisseurs, as well as his art teacher worried that the talent of Patrice is “affected” by a normal course of studies art.