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Interview: Brittani George Creates A Unique Brand of Conceptual Expressionism

November 22nd, 2016 Posted by Art, Featured, Interviews No Comment yet

Inspired by her study of chemistry and physics, her unique blend of conceptual expressionism, conveys her sense of a larger cosmic context. Check it out!

The Vintage Anthropomorphic Portraiture of Ryan Berkley Brings an Imaginative World to Life

January 12th, 2016 Posted by Art, Featured, Illustration No Comment yet

Take the flamboyant cheetah – he appears to be a gentleman at a ball, or the panda – one could presume him to be a sommelier, or the dinosaur – on vacation in the tropics.

Christine Mahoney’s Chaotic and Colorful Landscapes of Abstraction

November 17th, 2015 Posted by Art, Featured, Los Angeles, New York, Paintings No Comment yet

If there’s one world that could describe Christine Mahoney’s painting’s that would be: landscape. However, her paintings aren’t the landscapes of Hockney or naturalist painters. The young New-York native, Los Angeles based artist is a painter documenting growth, that of her own and of the world passing around her. Her paintings are full of inexorable waves of color and energetic movement. The viewer becomes fully engrossed in a world full of landscapes of abstraction.

The Miraculous Murals of Tristan Eaton

April 7th, 2015 Posted by Art, Featured No Comment yet

Tristan Eaton, an art director, muralist, graffiti artist and designer for Kidrobot, is one of many artists who make it their mission to eliminate the preconceived notion of art as a form of institutional wall-paper. Like other street artists, Eaton is bringing his work in to the public space, but he does so with a starkingly vibrant style all his own.