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Raúl Campos, magic realism fusion of figurative & abstract

Raúl Campos, magic realism fusion of figurative & abstract

Artworks generally done with oil on canvas and using figurative methods from the 19th century. In his artwork you can appreciate a fusion between the figurative and the abstract, always with a dark and captivating palette. Figurative painter born on the 4th of December 1992. Currently living in Florence, Italy, where he continues his artistic…

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Jorge Goytizolo Lazo, exquisite drawings from life

Jorge Goytizolo Lazo, exquisite drawings from life

December 28, 2016 | life drawing | No Comments

I am a Peruvian born artist who resides now in the UK, and based in East Yorkshire. I worked as an illustrator in Peru and the UK alike, creating a variety of illustrations for magazines, manuals, books, t shirts etc. From late 2015, I decided to dedicate myself to create art from life and since…

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Merry Christmas 2016

Merry Christmas 2016

December 24, 2016 | figurative painting | No Comments

Wishing you all a very warm and sparkly Merry Christmas this year! Unfortunately, this year brings the gift of portable oxygen into our home and we discover just how much we take simple things like breathing for granted in our lives. Gather around with those you love and cherish and snuggle down for some wonderful…

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Álvaro Robles G, artist, poet & film director from Chile

Álvaro Robles G, artist, poet & film director from Chile

ABOUT MYSELF I am Álvaro Robles G., artist, poet and film director. Through my art I have explored the symbols and aesthetics that speak of the inner world, the “imaginal” and also the life force, the primordial, the passion. I have exhibited in Chile and abroad painting, drawing, experimental art and photography. I have also…

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Olivier Payeur, figurative drawing & painting from France

Olivier Payeur, figurative drawing & painting from France

Olivier Payeur is a French born painter currently living Toulouse, France. He’d been working as an engineer for years before becoming an illustrator, then a painter, as a self-taught artist. His main subject is the human figure and his style is classical with an accent on figurative drawing, which is the base of the painting….

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Marc Dominguez, terra cotta nude sculpture from France

Marc Dominguez, terra cotta nude sculpture from France

December 3, 2016 | nude sculpture | No Comments

“Where did I get the sculpture?” In the woods looking at the trees. What I learned from nature I tried to put it in my works” Auguste Rodin – The Cathedrals of France My passion for trees has led me to the profession of forestry engineer and the sculpture of wood (mainly Mediterranean woods: the…

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