Dena Tollefson is an American artist whose bold contemporary paintings focus on the joyful use of color, texture, and movement, creating a low relief effect in paint- a hybrid between low relief sculpture, mosaic, and traditional painting. Two of her paintings are in the Cedar Rapids Museum of Art's permanent collection. Her originals and commissioned work are available exclusively through the fine art galleries who represent my original and commissioned work.
Showdeer is a design company and brand entity created by the artist Chris Bigalke. Based in the Pacific Northwest, he "has developed a distinctive style that layers vintage imagery to create texture and depth in scenes that cast a pale glow due to his chronic use of a faded color palette…
Michael began concentrating on this art in the late 1980s. His work has sold nationally and internationally to galleries, dealers, art auctioneers, private, corporate collectors, and on national television. As an artist and innovator, Michael has worked in a variety of styles ranging from highly abstract expressionism to " loose impressionism." He told us, "My style is a moving target. I paint what I feel- allowing the paint to flow, rather than working in a particular structured style." Come to have a look at his artworks at AJ WALLPAPER.
All the efforts, the endless hours spent waiting for a single shot, are giving their fruits: his works are appreciated by many qualified people worldwide. This time you can find quite a lot of fantastic artworks from Marco Carmassi at AJ WALLPAPER, which is really worth taking some time to have a look.
A Netherlands artist has established the studio MetaFlorica. Artistically, she is inspired by floral shapes and organic structures, and explore the world beyond its objective realities – therefore the name MetaFlorica. Her intention always is to create work that elicits feelings of connectivity with nature and authentic life, feelings that they experience when walking through the rough nature of the Nordic, small Italian coastal towns, little villages in France, an English garden, or a desolate industrial heritage site.
It all started as a very little girl with a pencil and some scraps of paper, the insert papers from silk stockings her grandmother would bring home for her after a long day in the ladies' accessories department of RH Stern in Boston. At an early age, she began drawing ladies fashions, which led to majoring in Fashion Illustration and Illustration in college, graduating from Syracuse University, and so it goes. She sees how sketching those lovely ladies sparked her love of French Fashion and French woman’s portraits.
Adrian Chesterman studied fine art at Norwich School of Art and illustration at the Royal College of Art in Kensington, London. Since leaving the R.C.A., Chesterman has worked in nearly every sphere of the art world. He has appeared on The Riverside Show, 01 for London, Artrage and other Arts programs in the U.K. as well as T.V. appearances in Spain.