Susan Wang

Simon Mathewson - Photo of the artist - Image courtesy of Simon Mathewson Simon Mathewson

Simon Mathewson is a British artist whose practice is a unique combination of Op art and abstraction. This author predominantly paints abstract geometric designs in enamel/acrylic on driftwood. Interaction of colors, geometric forms, optical effects –...

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Arno Nollen - Untitled (detail) Arno Nollen

Unusual and sometimes even shocking portraits of the young girls in their imperfections, with bruises, tattoos, freckles, in see-through clothes or entirely nude, make Dutch photograph Arno Nollen a master in conveying the evocative in otherwise overlooked...

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Pablo S. Herrero - Mural, Salamanca, Spain Pablo S. Herrero

Spanish street artist, Pablo S. Herrero is revolutionizing street art as we know it, replacing the urban with rural. His works are dream-like silhouette climbing on walls, grabbing our attention just like the roots of the tree grab the soil. What is different...

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Piet-Mondrian - Composition red canvas museum Piet Mondrian

One of the few true fathers of pictorial abstraction, Piet Mondrian was a Dutch painter who devised a way of depicting form that avoids any references to the real world and relies completely on the use of primary colors and their directions, leaving the...

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Charmaine Olivia

Southern California-based artist Charmaine Olivia lives a truly dynamic life – she’s a talented oil painter and also a skillful yoga instructor. She creates amazing oil artworks that are playful, fun, and full of poetic allure. Charmaine’s portraiture...

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Benjamin Bjorklund - Artist in his studio - Image via plusgooglecom Benjamin Bjorklund

Exploring the metaphysical depths and complexities of human identity, Benjamin Björklund paints individualistic portraits blurring the faces and hiding the emotional states of his subjects. Indistinctly floating between reality and abstraction, presence and...

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Mike Egan - Artist's profile - Image via urbanvinyldailycom Mike Egan

Attracting the audience inclined toward the darker side of life, Mike Egan creates paintings that deal with death and related issues. Having worked as an embalmer in funeral homes, he draws his inspiration primarily from his own experiences, but also from The...

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Roberto Ciredz - Profile image Roberto Ciredz

In accordance with the choice to embrace the development of forms and its abstract elements, Roberto Ciredz belongs to a generation of the brave and innovative interpreters of Italian urban movement. Moving through the minimalistic approach, his pieces are...

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Vladimir Tatlin - Artist's portrait - Image via wikipediaorg Vladimir Tatlin

Most remembered as the creator of iconic but never realized Monument to the Third International, Vladimir Tatlin was a central person of the Russian Constructivism, the most influential modern art movement which, starting from the ideas of Cubism,...

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Miriam Cabessa - Artist's portrait - Image via alchetroncom Miriam Cabessa

It’s not easy to be different in today’s world of so many similarities and copied ideas, but Miriam Cabbesa certainly stands out among her colleagues painters for her distinctive approach that excludes the use of basic painting instrument – the brush....

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Anthony White at Metro Gallery, 2016 Anthony White

Through the multiple disciplines of drawing, painting, and collage, Anthony White connects urban landscapes with his Australian heritage, focusing on the surface, importance of physical engagement, and the found object. Exploring the various methods and...

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Erin Hanson - Artist portrait Erin Hanson

Often referred to as an Impressionist, Erin Hanson designates the nature as her greater influence. Inspired by van Gogh, The Group of Seven, the early California Impressionist, and Japanese art, everything she sees shapes the way she looks at things,...

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PHUNK - The artists, Image via taipingcarpetscom PHUNK

Working as an art and design collective, PHUNK is a team of four artists who equally contribute to their creativity making the distinctive blend of traditional Chinese mythology, craft, philosophy, and folklore, Hong Kong wuxia, Japanese manga and otaku...

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Peter Arnoud Bensen portrait, Image courtesy of the Addicted Art Gallery Peter Arnoud Bensen

Drawing his inspiration from nature, Peter Arnoud Bensen makes miraculous art pieces with his two hands and directly from the heart. This successful designer creates woodwork, furniture, and sculptures that combine the warmth of the natural wood with other...

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S.P. Jayakar - Kali, Image courtesy of the Addicted Art Gallery S.P. Jayakar

Living a life of devoted painter in India, S. P. Jayakar was a part of the largest commune of Cholamandal Artists’ Village which was credited with introducing the Modernism into the South Indian art. Deeply influenced by their leader and prime visionary K....

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Shannon Crees

With a background in fashion illustration and graphics, Australian muralist and painter Shannon Crees creates outstanding pieces inspired by nature, animals, and floral designs. Her work is elaborate, textural and multi-layered. Her canvas-based artworks as...

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Richard Zu Ming Ho - All Honor To Buddha (detail), 2007, Image courtesy od Addicted Art Gallery Richard Zu Ming Ho

Creating traditional images inwrought with the touch of romantic Impressionism, Richard Zu Ming Ho strives to bring spiritual quality through the intimacy of his sophisticated characters. His lyrical style paints poems and divine stories on the canvases,...

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Razzia (Gerard Courbouleix-Deneriaz) - Louis Vuitton, Classic China Run (detail), Image courtesy of the Addicted Art Gallery Razzia

Creating in a time of computer-generated images, Gérard Courbouleix–Dénériaz aka Razzia is considered to be the last graphic artist who actually makes his works by hand. Evoking Art Deco, he paints posters in a manner of his predecessors, repeating their...

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