" My work explores the connection between the artist and the model, the energy exchanged between the two. Itâ€™s about emotional response, tactile, visceral, abstract, created with a limited color palette, leaving the brush strokes and drips raw and unrefined. Itâ€™s as much a conversation as a picture, a snapshot of emotion, a thread running between the observer and the observed. " - Daniel Liam Gill
My work develops into a progression of evolving conversations; explores the contradictions and complexities of growing up in the American Midwest and living in today's society as an adult. My rendering of America is one of emotional turmoil and ambiguity. I meld childhood nostalgia and adult dread to produce works that resemble an absurd American theatre. (Continue...)
" I'm Esra, a Norwegian freelance illustrator, living and working in Oslo, Norway. I started out with two years at Einar Granum School of Arts, and I am currently taking my bachelor degree in Visual Communications at the National Academy of the Arts in Oslo. " - Esra Roise
" As a producer and art director for Fahrenheit 212 I was asked on the side from my duties creating videos to create some art for the companyâ€™s new office space, so I created paintings that tied in with some of the companyâ€™s latest projects and topics. " - Drew Beam
Christian Gaillard was born in Avignon (France) in 1951 - lives and works in Paris and Arles (South of France). Christian Gaillard has painted the portraits of the greatest living matadors, some of which are his personal friends.
Michael Shapcott is an artist from central Connecticut who began drawing at an early age. In high school he realized art would be a life-long passion and attended Paier College of Art in Hamden, Connecticut graduating in 2007. He started to exhibit his work shortly after at group showings and local establishments and has since been successful in showcasing his work all over the country. Viewers and purchasers of Mikeâ€™s paintings have called them powerful, inspiring, and filled with emotion. Symbols from dream imagery, folklore, and personal memories are the major inspirations and elements used in Mikeâ€™s work. His art is a unique blend of illustration and traditional portraiture created with a blend of acrylics, graphite and oil. In addition to painting, Mike creates art videos that track the process of painting a painting and show his unique style of working.
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