Hi’s (非) digital paintings are full of juicy pixel brush strokes and texture. They have all the lushness of an oil painting but minus the chemical smells.
Stuart Patience’s Ragnarok is a series of illustrations based on the writings of Norse mythology. Each drawing is taken from Ragnarok, the Norse aplcalyptic saga describing the destruction of worldly life. I also included a few delicate self portraits at the end of the post.
I love it when an artist takes a tried and true genre like the portrait and makes it fresh and interesting. Vincent Boon’s deceptively simple portraits do just that.
There’s a whole lot going on in the work of Matt Lifson. From lush landscape painting, to broad abstract brush work, to deathmetal members shooting purple beams out of their eyes, there is something for just about everyone. These paintings are wild, wacky, and inventive in just the right areas and that’s just how I like them!
Robbie Rowlands is a Melbourne based artist whose work explores notions of stability and vulnerability through the manipulation of objects and environments. His repetitious and precise cuts and the resulting distortions reflect the inescapable passing of time that affects everything around us. Rowlands’ works have been described as“spotlighting the history, humanity and function” of his subjects. His manipulated objects and spaces blur the boundaries between our fabricated world and the natural world.
Toronto based Elise Victoria Louise Windsor ‘s photography, printmaking, and sculpture focuses on the use of illusions created by fantasy, mystery and the duplication of reality.
I love Roger Weiss’ twisting, bending, and contorting experiments in photographing the human form.