Posts tagged " surreal "

Facets of Perfection: The Low-Poly Art of Angie Jones

October 26th, 2015 Posted by Art, Digital, Featured, Paintings No Comment yet

Los Angeles-based Angie Jones’ paintings are excellent examples of low-poly art done well. They are almost mechanical in their precision—”so crisp,” Jones offers, “that many people think the paintings are digital renderings.” Perhaps they seem so crisp because Jones begins her work digitally. Using the skills she learned from working for years in visual effects creation, she models, positions and lights her images in Maya.

Exploring the Nostalgic Dissonance of Jane Hammond’s Mixed Media Characters

July 20th, 2015 Posted by Art, Featured No Comment yet

The art and influence that Hammond has spread has been phenomenal. Her motivation and creativity seeps through the pieces that she provides to the world. The simplicity of her work and the multiplicity of her characters lets us into her world and tells us a story through images.

Brooklyn’s Lizzie Gill Unifies Digital Art with Retro and Modern Romance

June 30th, 2015 Posted by Art, Featured No Comment yet

The suspended disbelief is palpable in Lizzie Gill’s images. Composed through digital collage and then translated onto canvas through mixed media and oil, her creations are more than just reflections of a commodity-based culture, they’re a dream-like world wherein pop culture becomes the sky itself. The Brooklyn-based artist utilizes pronounced themes of retro Americana nostalgically contrasted with a contemporary context to create a world that is sublimely disarming and all together enchanting.

Dustin Yellin’s “Psychogeographies” Open to the Public Through Feb 22, Don’t Miss It!

February 16th, 2015 Posted by Art, Featured No Comment yet

Incredibly vivid collages resembling human figures which have been encased in glass mid-dance, created by the Brooklyn-based artist Dustin Yellin.