Joseph Lozano is a fine artist based in the USA. Lozano has a portfolio which consists of brilliant dream like imagery, beautiful colour tones, and very painterly techniques.
We posted up Andrew Salgado‘s work before (HERE), but he’s back with a new body of his figure based painting work. Salgado is is a Canadian artist who holds an MFA from London’s Chelsea College of Art and a BFA from the University of British Columbia and has exhibited all over the world.
He has been listed by Saatchi as “one to invest in today”, lauded by esteemed critic Edward Lucie Smith as a “dazzlingly skillful advocate [for painting]”, endorsed by Tony Godfrey (author of Phaidon’s Painting Today) as an “exciting artist with a particular vision”; and labeled a “rising star” by London’s Evening Standard.
“I do not want to dwell about importance of my painting, hidden subtext and analysis, because this evaluate is for others. I want to write where I’m going. I want to first of all a synthesis of form. My work revolves around the form but they are more mysterious forms than people .In my paintings undergoing like the process of geometrization – which brings to mind the science experiments on the creation of a new entity, where getting errors – and this is my inspiration, unsuccessful and abandoned form. For these forms of paint I use various means – sometimes they have coating surrealism and sometimes fade into nonexistence abstract.” – Daniel Mączyński
Joram Roukes was born 1983 in Lelystad. Currently working from my studio in Groningen, the Netherlands. Roukes is currently at the moment pushing a predominantly international artistic career. His oil paintings are reflections on daily life situations in western society, filtered and reassembled in a collage-like manner. Roukes’ work has been shown throughout Europe with shows in Copenhagen and London.