Bryan Ray – Abstract Work

Bryan Ray is an American Artist. A passion for creative exploration has impelled him to produce a distinct body of work encompassing a wide range of visual mediums from video, fashion design, to fine art. Often building on a unique juxtaposition of elements he creates a personal narrative between art and observer that focuses on their internal perspectives of time, space, and perceived realities. His oeuvre at times seems to contradict itself, in that the vision can be futuristic and at the same time analog. This is highlighted in his personal work which negotiates worlds between distorted VHS video signals, precise line forms, and handmade elements, to create a disjointed yet balanced visual plane.

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Eckart Hahn – Broken Realism

Fine artist Eckart Hahn‘s “Broken Realism” technique has been celebrated throughout his native country of Germany for a while now. The self-taught painter switched uses acrylic paints to be able to focus on one intense project at a time. Hahn’s works are large-scale canvases and exude not only an exceptional painting ability, but also play with your mind.

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Guillermo Mora – Heavy Acrylic Sculptures

Spanish artist Guillermo Mora creates gooey sculptures out of acrylic paint. This innovate sculptor creates magnificent installations made from just acrylic paint and rubber bands or leather belts. Mora dumps buckets of acrylic in extremely vibrant colours and then lets dry until the paint is hardened. After drying he proceeds to fold and wrap the oozing acrylics into one beautiful piece.

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Michael Carini – The Up-Side of Down

Our man Michael Carini has been putting in a lot of work these days. The San Diego based artist has a beautiful and vibrant abstract style that evolves everyday. His new series “The Upside of Down” is a beautiful group of new paintings that shows the diversity of his abilities.

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Robert Davidovitz – Woven Paint

Robert Davidovitz is a Canadian artist based in Toronto working in painting and textile art. In his ongoing series, “Woven Paint,” he uses the traditional technique of hand weaving to create optical and geometric paintings that explore abstraction, structure and space.

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Eric Pederson – Sleeping Giants

“My current body of work, “Sleeping Giants”, considers themes of identity and states of consciousness. The work within this body is made at a very large scale and includes portraits of people that are depicted in various states of sleep. I represent my subjects in this way to evoke a slight state of anxiety in my viewers. Rather than terrify or calm my audience, I want them to be unsure of what this giant is capable of doing should it wake up… Will this giant be gentle, would it be the type to bake me a cake on my birthday? Or will it be of the ultra-violent variety that would punch me in the gut and steal my wallet?” – Eric Pederson

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Fabian Oefner – Black Hole

“‘Black Hole’ is a series of images, which shows paint modeled by centripetal force. The setup is very simple: Various shades of acrylic paint are dripped onto a metallic rod, which is connected to a drill. When switched on, the paint starts to move away from the rod, creating these amazing looking structures.” – Fabian Oefner

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