Fine Art

After his education in industrial design, Christopher Derek Bruno moved about the United States cultivating his approach to the design/fabrication of furniture, and sculpture based imagery. Currently residing in his hometown of Atlanta, his recent work intends to explore the cognitive visual experience using (but not limited to) a set of 0-dimensional points bound by 1-dimensional lines, combined to make 2-d planes, organized into 3-d forms, applied to objects with the express purpose of creating a 4-dimensional relationship with the observer.

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Richard Colman has a new show titled “Faces, Figures, Places, and Things” currently on display at Chandran Gallery in San Francisco. Colman’s new body of work utilizes vast amount of brilliant pastel colours and explores the human body in surreal situations in a minimalistic aesthetic. If you’re in San Francisco be sure to check this out!

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Otto Duecker has been exploring the realm of new realism for over thirty years. He taught for over a decade while developing his unique approach to painting the human figure in precise detail.

In a series of works presented by Plus One Gallery, Duecker takes a stab at painting portraits of iconic modern figures like Jean-Michel Basquiat and Winston Churchill, and creates them in a fashion where they look as if they are old photographs hanging from a wall.

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Yang Cao is a fine artist who graduate from the Ontario College of Art & Design who creates brilliant paintings of his subjects with their heads in the clouds — literally. The Toronto based painter often depicts his subject matter with their heads covered and/or wrapped in clouds which are rendered beautifully.

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