Charles Clary

Here’s some of artist  Charles Clary‘s new pieces, some of which can be seen in at the Diana Lowenstein Fine Art Gallery in Miami Florida.
Hand cut piece of paper on panel with acrylic makes you appreciate clearly how much time, effort, and passion Charles has for his work.

Ben Venom

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Ben Venom aspires to become the “visual commentator” of the culture found in Southern United States. Having grown up in the South, Ben finds himself immensely inspired by not only the culture, but the politics, history, and identity of his roots.

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Eric Hibit

306 Eric Hibit’s work has often been described as being a breed of “New American Folk Baroque.”  Hibit has a strong understanding of color and texture and this is evident in his collection of hand made and found objects.  His work can be seen at the Eric Hibit: Picture Cohesion exhibit located in Washington, DC at the Curator’s Office.

Derek Aylward

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I am in love with Derek Aylward’s use of mixed media and flat renderings that create these amazingly haunting images that are just congested with expression and mood.

Chrissie Abbott

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Chrissie Abbott’s work reminds me of something you’d see while rummaging through psychedelic album covers at a record store.  I dig it! I love the mixture of black and white photography and colorful elements. She has done work for Little Boots, Nylon, and New York magazine.

 

Heiko Mueller

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Germany based artist Heiko Mueller’ art is like a fairy tale with a dark spin to it. He is fond of the country side, and is fascinated by the dark side of nature, the hidden machinations of the animal kingdom.

Mike Lemanski

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UK artist Mike Lemanski design style is clean and refreshing. Lemanski work mostly uses primary colors and is mix media. Most commonly using gouache, vectors, pencil and ink. ” I like to live within the idea that design is art”. Very sophisticated design and inspiring.

Robert Tirado

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Robert Tirado describes his artworks as “consequence to the experience of traditional art techniques, which sometimes gives it a perfect balance between the particular look of digital work and the expression of real life painting”  This up-and-coming artist explores an array of different mediums for his illustrations. AEI.UO is his new experimental project that puts together digital illustration, painting and graphic design, which  intends to “break through with patterns in so-called digital art.”  Tirado also has an upcoming solo show in Valencia, Spain at La Booktique Del Diseño on June 18th! So if you so just so happen to be in Spain on June 18th check it out! His work is definitely  something I would want to check out in person.