Tag Archives: Popsurrealism

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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Mad World: The Postmodern Nightmares of Victor Castillo

Truly strange and at times disturbing, the art of Victor Castillo is like a feverish nightmare in which grotesque children seem to live in a chaotic world of their own making, seemingly without adult supervision. Like a playground dreamed up … Continue reading

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Sincerity Versus Irony: The Witty Art Of Robert Deyber

No one loves a good pun more than me, especially when it’s expressed in strange and surreal ways. So I was immediately attracted to the pop-surrealism of Connecticut-based artist Robert Deyber. I discovered his paintings this past weekend as I … Continue reading

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The Popsurrealist Art of Scott Musgrove

Welcome to the hallucinatory world of Scott Musgrove. This Seattle-based popsurrealist has created his own world of bizarre creatures and otherworldly enivronments with somewhat unsettling results. Musgrove’s style of figural surrealism carries themes of environmental issues and endangered wildlife concerns with … Continue reading

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