“My paintings evoke the landscape of a technicolor science fiction or of an internally illuminated world using a mash-up of digitally processed fashion magazines, photographs and reproductions of other paintings. Read More
I adore these paintings by Rico Blanco… I almost feel like I’m looking at the subjects through a smudged windowpane, with various shades of light reflecting off of it. Read More
I gasped when I first saw these paintings (yes, paintings!) by Pakayla Biehn, based on double exposure photography. I definitely recognize some of the images she uses as well…a couple are by the amazing Tamara Lichtenstein.
Beautiful doesn’t even seem to describe it! More here: youshouldtakecare.com
sometimes artwork is a lot more complex than it might appear at first glance, and that is certainly the case with these paintings by mark warren jacques. don’t get me wrong, i love the colors and patterns and imagery he creates but even just knowing the titles to these pieces gives them a much more meaningful context.
“work is love made visible”
“i wasn’t there when you made it but i feel like i’m there when i’m lookin at it.”
“you and me and our perpetual emotion”
“suddenly we meet”
“a daydream / spacing out”
“the things i think, they dangle from me like this.”
“smile in the morning, everyday is a beautiful day.”
“tonight we are the moon, glowing in the light of the sun, and woman you are my shelter, happy for the warmth of my fire.”
“the feeling of forgetting”
“falling into love”
“this is all i know”