Going by the name Artfool, Maurice Laflamme III takes the delicate and simple strokes of a diverse range of color to another level of prestige and awe. The psychedelic feels his pieces create are euphoric flow that can really transition your state of mind. Even though you may find him painting live at a festival near you, you can always catch him wherever you are via his livestreams. So far, he has livestreamed 15 1/2 hours of painting.
His work is also for sale, ideal for work or personal environments that are chill and fun.
Teacher, artist, designer, scultper, and more, from New York, Beth Costello.
Simply coining Fernando Pintado as a painter is a mockery of the word. Hailing from San Juan, Puerto Rico, this multi-faceted creative uses silk-screen canvases and acrylics to illustrate his world of Alternative Rock and Free verse poetry. The imagery from his works and videos couple seemlessly with his pieces; capturing the audience's attention.
2012 Do Re Mi, Chemi Room, San Juan, PR
2011 Where the blue of the night meets the gold of the day, Roberto Paradise, San Juan, PR
2007 I could be happy in infinity, Galería Comercial, San Juan, PR
2006 JEM Blues, Galería Comercial, San Juan, PR
AWARDS AND RESIDENCIES
2015 Vermont Studio Center Johnson, VT
2013 Charles G. Shaw Award Saul Lyons Memorial Scholarship
2002 Arnaldo Roche Foundation Award for Painting
2001 Student Group Show Award for Painting, Escuela de Artes Plásticas, San Juan, PR
"Hidden behind the moody eyeliner, and her penchant for wearing all black, is an intelligent, curious, and wonderfully spontaneous spirit pulsating to a rhythm all its own" (Medium), and according to Medium, "the Queen of Good Vibes", Brooke Pelczynski, is an Adobe Creative Jam winner, talented & colorful, illustrator, designer, and Multiple Sclerosis fighter based in Brooklyn, NY. She graduated with a BFA in Illustration from The School of Visual arts and has work honored by the Society of Illustrators.
After being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis her main objective became to produce as much work as possible. She has since spoken at Columbia University about the challenges MS has taken on her artistic life and continues to speak openly about the struggles it will cause in the future. (source:http://brookepelczynski.org/about/)
Feel free to shoot me an e-mail just to say hey, to collab, to talk about MS, or to inquire about work.