Tag Archives: Painting

Less Is More: The Minimalism of Evah Fan

Maybe it’s just the mellow mood I’ve been in since returning from Sydney, but lately I’ve taken a departure from extreme surrealism in favor of a more minimal and dreamy but no less puzzling forms of art. The work of … Continue reading

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Multiple Visions: The Space Age Art of Alec Huxley

This week I’m featuring the work of San Francisco-based painter, photographer and graphic designer Alec Huxley. I first saw his work at the Minna Gallery here in the city, and I was attracted to strong use of light and shadow, … Continue reading

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That’s So Gouache: The Depth Map Art of Kazuki Takamatsu

Hi everybody … and if I haven’t said so already … Happy New Year! I’ve been a little slow out of the gate as we march boldly into 2013, and maybe that because the prospect of facing a full year … Continue reading

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The Intimate Parade: The Symbiotic Art Of Nathan Spoor

Nathan Spoor is a Los Angeles-based painter and writer whose work I just recently became acquainted with. He shows an astonishing range in his work, everything from foreboding and morose to joyful and colorful. The one thread that links his … Continue reading

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Space Oddity: The Hyperrealistic Art Of Jeremy Geddes

At first glance, the oil paintings of Melbourne, Australia-based artist Jeremy Geddes don’t look like paintings at all. Rather, an exceptional command of light, movement, composition and tension combine to give his work incredible detail and photo-like realism. Like any … Continue reading

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The Oddball Art Of Travis Louie

I came upon the work of Travis Louie through a art blog, and his work really stuck me as being something singular. He takes what society might perceive as “freak show” figures, and gives them the dignity they deserve. His … Continue reading

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