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Matteo Mauro, digital reinterpretations of Rococo engraving

Matteo Mauro, digital reinterpretations of Rococo engraving

The study of the technique of artistic printmaking and Rococo picture content, leads the artist Matteo Mauro’s research to a series of contemporary experiments to offer digital reinterpretations of Rococo theories of engraving. The author defines Micromegalic Inscriptions as computational approaches of generating dynamic engravings, from fictional landscapes to traced and abstracted capriccios, to inspire…

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David Goatley, Portrait of Maharaja of Jaipur

David Goatley, Portrait of Maharaja of Jaipur

David is deeply honoured to share his portrait of the Maharaja of Jaipur. He visited Jaipur, India in January 2017 where he met with His Highness for a photo shoot at City Palace. This official portrait is now part of the Royal Collection overseen by the Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II Museum. His Highness Maharaja…

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Raelis Vasquez, juxtaposing figures and historical context

Raelis Vasquez, juxtaposing figures and historical context

August 26, 2017 | figurative painting | No Comments

The application of the visual communication and conventions of unity, history, and diversity of the narratives in my paintings creates a juxtaposition between the figures and the historical context. This forces ambiguity and perplexity within the voice of my work. I am most focused on the usage of traditional light, which conveys a dramatic essence…

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Jacob Chandler, abstract figurative sculpture

Jacob Chandler, abstract figurative sculpture

August 23, 2017 | figurative sculpture | No Comments

My work focuses on the transient, capturing the most dramatic point of an action, the tipping point from one moment to the next, be it physical or mental. Ordinarily this fleeting change would be gone in the blink of an eye but to hold it forever in a solid yet ethereal design creates strong emotional…

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Paula Saneaux, the fragility of life and social standards

Paula Saneaux, the fragility of life and social standards

August 19, 2017 | figurative painting | No Comments

I portray stories, feelings or interpretations of female objectification, female self-objectification, the fragility of life and social standards. ​ My paintings are mainly created in acrylics and are characterized by gray, dark and/or primary colors because of a melancholy my characters represent. The subjects that I depict are not necessarily the people I’m describing. I…

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Naomi Bunker, portrait sculpture

Naomi Bunker, portrait sculpture

Naomi Bunker is a realist sculptor, working in clay- the clay sculptures are then kiln fired or cast into bronze or high quality plaster. She specializes in figurative work and finds her inspiration in the surrounding countryside. More recently she has been focusing on portrait sculpture. Her passionate approach to her work combined with her…

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