Posts Tagged: Oil painting

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Memorina – Or How To Make A Computer Game Feel Hand-Made

Memorina is a classical game of matching cards, but it comes with an unexpected twist: the characters, the objects, the scenes, are completely hand-made, using oil, watercolor, pencil, charcoal, pastel, and threads. Even the animation was done by unconventional methods, like the spinning flowers, for example, were made by filming steadily rotating 60-cm-wide paper models and looping...
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The Art Of Jeremy Mann

San Francisco based artist Jeremy Mann draws his inspiration from his urban surrounding, painting an intimate and dynamic city, full of drama, mood, and personality. His style is unique, as he uses multiple painting techniques on wood panels, imbuing his
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Andrew Salgado – Paintings

Andrew Salgado's paintings depict the correlation between masculinity and the medium, exploring the manner in which they abort their literal figurative foundation and commence a vibrant dialog with the viewer through "color, reduction of forms, and triumph of
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Oona Hassim at Woolff Gallery, London

Woolff Gallery, London, presents a dynamic new series of paintings by artist Oona Hassim. Her solo exhibition will open on 26 January, 2012, ending March, 15, 2012. Her unique style of painting lies between figurative and abstract. Her works reflect the city’s
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Oleg Shuplyak – Fabulous Optical Illusion Artworks

Oleg Shuplyak is the creator of these amazing optical illusions, where he merges famous figures, like John Lennon, Pablo Picasso, Sigmund Freud, Charles Darwin, with scenery from nature. Each optical illusion reveals two separate images that in some cases take
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Marsha Heimbecker – Fine Art Paintings

Marsha was born in San Francisco, California and grew up in the Bay Area. She has taken art classes at the Academy of Art in San Francisco and many Bay Area colleges, and she has attended art workshops around the country. Struggling with a familial heart condition
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John Atkinson Grimshaw – Painter

John Atkinson Grimshaw, born on September 6-th 1836 in Leeds, was a Victorian-era artist, a remarkable and imaginative painter known for his city night-scenes and landscapes. His early paintings were signed "JAG," "J. A. Grimshaw," or "John Atkinson Grimshaw,"
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Sung Jin Kim – Realistic Lips Paintings

Korean artist Sung Jin Kim seems to be into pouty lips. With his incredible talent and skill, the artist creates these mesmerizing red lips, capturing the sensuality and passion that only a rosebud mouth can embody. Check out this beautiful gallery below.
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Michael Parkes – Surreal Paintings and Drawings

Born in 1944, Michael Parkes studied graphic art and painting at the University of Kansas and then traveled for three years through Asia and Europe. The fantasy world of Parkes suppresses the earthly laws of reality, unbinding space and time in their quiescent