Posts Tagged ‘painting’
In these photographs of Picasso, shot in 1949 by LIFE magazine photographer Gjon Mili, Picasso traces a light pen in the air, effectively painting with light. You can feel his iconography subtly shining through in these glowing air drawings: bulls, centaurs, figures in flux, crooked cubist profiles, and of course African masks. Beautiful.
Stella Im Hultberg* is a talented painter living and working in Brooklyn whose work is wonderfully ethereal. She was born in South Korea and raised in Seoul, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and later California. Her work has an enchanting quality to it, and her sketchbooks are especially fun. You can even browse though entire sketchbook collections on her website.
I’ve been following the work of Tim Biskup for some time now. Born and raised in Southern California, his work is colorful and abundant. I was especially impressed with his 100 Paintings book, filled with “his bizarre world of oozing monsters, delicate birds and abstract flourishes”.*
Painting with explosive use of color, Francoise Nielly lives and works in Paris, although she grew up in the south of France.
Resa Blatman is a talented artist and designer that I’ve been following for some time now. She is a pro at integrating her artistic style into her design work flawlessly. But what I’m really excited to share with you is her latest painting series. Consisting of spectacular cut-edge art, her new work comes alive on the wall and takes on a wonderful 3D life of its own.
Kelly O’Neal paints fabulously stylish shoes. Glittery stilettos, leopard-print high heels, and shoes with pouffy accents, feathers, flowers, and ribbons.
These colorful works are by Darrell Black, an American visual artist living in Frankfurt, whose work spans both painting and sculpture.
There’s nothing better than staring at luscious paintings of food. Donuts, sushi, cheese—oh my! Born and raised in New Jersey, artist Abbey Ryan paints tempting images of food. Check out her website to see more.
Steve Kim was born in Seoul, but now lives in Los Angeles. His oil paintings skillfully vacillate between playful abstraction and traditionally rendered precision. I love the way each painting appears to be in process, as Kim deliberately uses white space to give them an unfinished quality.
[ via SteveKim.net ]