Sunday, 18 May 2014 00:00

Rtistjono

Rtist Jono
His work speaks for itself.  My Goodness, this is amazing.  Prepare to swim through his complexity of color. 
http://www.rtistjono.com 
Published in Art/Design
Monday, 12 May 2014 00:00

Andrew Scott Miller

From the creatively brilliant mind of Andrew Scott Miller.  Check out his profile below to see some of his sketches.  As he has followed his path of the military he never lost touch of his creative ability and serves as proof that we can all achieve levels of talent, while maintaining priorities in the daytime. 

-Available for commision 

Andrew Scott Miller - Instagram

Published in Art/Design
Sunday, 04 May 2014 00:00

Dee Glazer

Dee Glazer

I am not striving for an ideal in my work, nor am I advocating a return to the past. My work is a neutral expression of how things currently are. I paint the new organic of regulated flows and organized chaos, where what is "human" or "natural" is increasingly systematized and mechanized.  -Dee Glazer 2012

Her collection of artwork is masterful. Very creative, colorful and rhythmatic. New age surrealism? Anywho, these piece are must see, and, oh yeah... for sale! Got to see these.

 

"My favorite place to draw is in front of the television. For me, drawing is an obsession similar to the act of binge watching. When I make images, I feel like I am connecting and disconnecting myself from the world around me. My compulsion to make things is an outlet, and unlike my compulsion to watch TV, a seemingly more productive one...

Working with wood, gesso, ink, and latex paint, I create drawings and paintings that depict my relationship to contemporary technology. I also explore a more universal, or 'everyman,' response to the means of communication and distraction that overwhelm and intertwine with our everyday lives.

The work is celebratory and simultaneously records the dissent into the information age of ever-growing technological dependency. I find the work to be comedic and horrible at the same time, a sort of modest monument to the average consumer.

These concepts, as well as my drive to make art, are linked to my background in philosophy. Making art allows me to play with these notions in a more abstract manner, allowing for the free play of associations and the transformations of subtle details. Drawing allows me to express ideas that I do not yet have the words for."

 

Published in Art/Design
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