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C215

p p p p p Check out these tubular stencil artworks by French artist C215 (Christian Guemy), who has been covering the world with his stencil portraits. Etourdissement! p Workshop with kids in Essaouira

Jeffrey G. Batchelor

p p p Jeffrey G. Batchelor's statement: After years of working as a theatrical scenic painter, I had a broad command of many different styles, but when I decided to embark upon my fine art painting career, it was realism that proved to be my strong suit. Although time-consuming and labor-intensive, it was always in realism that I found my voice, and in realism that I was able to stand out from the throngs of hopeful artists. I have continued to reach for higher levels of detail, and to show realism in a way that allows the viewer to see and embrace my subjects with an understanding that they might not have had otherwise. I do not use an airbrush, a tool often prized by artists who paint on my level of realism. I have great respect for those artists who use it well, but I myself prefer glazes and blending, and a more tactile involvement with my work. (Continue reading...) p p

Sea Hyun Lee

p p p Sea Hyun Lee was born in Geoje Island, South Korea in 1967. Graduating from M.F.A Chelsea College, London in 2006, he currently lives and works in London. Recent solo and group exhibitions include Neuberger Museum of Art, New York; Total Museum of Contemporary Art, Seoul; Susak Expo, Island of Susak, Croatia; Museum of Hunabaci, Japan. More photos here. p

Dirk Skreber

p p Dirk Skreber <-- is one of the leading contemporary German artists who currently lives and works in New York. Skreber has been exhibited in museum and institutions around the world and is represented in many of the world's major collections. p p p

Martin Böttger

Martin Böttger is a seriously talented artist based in Berlin. You can see more of Martin's impressive work at his blog called TsaWorks. Check it out!

Sam3

p p p I doubt I'll ever be as cool as Sam3. I can't get enough of this guy's work, truly an awesome artist. His work inspires me to fill sketchbooks. I. am. a. fan. p

Kim Keever

p p p p Kim Keever's large-scale photographs are created by meticulously constructing miniature topographies in a 200-gallon tank, which is then filled with water. These dioramas of fictitious environments are brought to life with colored lights and the dispersal of pigment, producing ephemeral atmospheres that he must quickly capture with his large-format camera. Kim Keever lives in New York City, and has exhibited extensively in galleries throughout the United States and abroad. p

Hallie Cochran

Photos from the Faces series by Halie Cochran, a Savannah College of Art and Design graduate. Click the link to view more of her work.

Ivan Roxas

p p ' Ivan Roxas was born in Tanay, Rizal (Philippines) on June 26, 1978. He graduated at the University of Santo Tomas, College of Fine Arts, Major in Painting in 2000, and has been a full time painter since 1993. He has been consistently teaching/lecturing various institutions and organizations for the underprivileged all over the Philippines. He has conducted comprehensive art workshops that cater from the basics to the most advanced. He is actively exhibiting his works in different art venues, and is currently a regular house resident. He is slated for a show at Artesan Singapore in 2009. ' (via Artesan Gallery + Studio) p

Danilo Rodrigues

p p p Works by the extraordinarily gifted Danilo Rodrigues, art director and designer from Brazil. Have a look. p p