Adam Tullie

I am really enjoying Los Angeles-based artist Adam Tullie’s recent portfolio of drawings. He uses painstakingly intricate mark-making to create simple shapes, hinting at tribal masks. Adam Tullie recently featured his work in San Francisco, I may just have a friend of mine over there pick up a few of his show’s postcards for my wall.

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Francien Krieg

Paintings by German/Dutch artist Francien Krieg. Her figures are at once delicately ethereal and grotesquely real.

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Roger Herman

German born artist Roger Herman creates really beautiful paintings and sculptures.  Check out some of his work after the jump!

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Jon Bocksel

Illustrator and photographer Jon Blocksel makes some cool illustrations. I especially like his “Possibility for a Swear Word” series.  Pretty sure keyboards should start including those symbols.

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Christophe Avella-Bagur- Clown Oil Paintings

Christophe Avella-Bagur hails from France and his almost unsettling oil paintings of clowns caught our attention.  But who doesn’t love naked zombie clowns?

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Francesco Spampinato

What artist Francesco Spampinato lacks in interweb presence, he makes up for on his canvas. Francesco feeds us a kaleidoscope explosion of psychedelic decorations that pulsates in waves from the focal point of the canvas-to the deepest center of the viewer’s brain.

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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.

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Miya Ando

Miya Ando is a metal-finishing artist who creates layered finishes on steel with a process she invented, utilizing fire, acid and automotive lacquer.  Can you say badass? She will be showing large-scale steel works for the first time, the show is entitled Shinobu [perserverance] on October 7 at de Castellane Gallery. Her show will be comprised of large scale steel wall works and her series of  hot-rolled steel skateboards, monotypes created by skateboarding on liquid graphite-coated paper. Saying this chick is hardcore would be an understatement.

Miya Ando Solos Exhibition Shinobu [perserverance] will be presented from October 7th – 29th, 2010. Opening October 7th, 2010, 6-9pm. Free to public. The de Castellane Gallery is located at 525 Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn, New York.  Sponsored by Milgo Bufkin Steel/Fabrication, Diatom Winery, Element.

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