Spanish artist Liqen creates beautiful work both on the paper and in the streets. His work consists of mainly organic and botanical elements as well as wildlife and portraiture. All very well done with beautiful rendering and precise line work.
Argentinian artist Francisco Diaz (also known as Pastel) uses a beautiful organic and botanical visual aesthetic in his work. Pastel fills his walls with large amounts of patterns based on the local flora of the area he’s painting in. He also generally brilliantly and strategically places his work in overlooked and disregarded areas of the city or town.
“My work is an exploration and re-presentation of natural organic forms both mineral and vegetal. I look for patterns and repeated motifs that run through natural phenomena at different scales, from the microscopic to the macroscopic, from individual cells to large scale geological formations.” – Roger Brown
Canadian painter James Wyper is well-known for his live painting performances in support of arts and cultural groups. “I see a painting as the record of a performance, and I like to share the performance with others. Painting for an audience encourages risk-taking which doesn’t necessarily occur when I’m alone in a studio”, he says.