Category - Paintings

The everyday life of Raspa

My name is Raspa. I like abstract art and these are one on my first paintings. My favorite painter is Basquiat. Themes are from everyday life. This paintings are inspired by David Bowie, Pub, Beach, Harden, Relationship… I painted this because I feel like I need to show people how I see the world around me… Hope many people will see my...

The infinite fragmentation of Mike Fullarton

The starting point of my work explores the idea behind fractals – detailed patterns which repeat themselves, organic forms and self-similar arrangements at increasingly smaller scales. The aim is to suggest the images form part of an infinite fragmented cycle. Although they may look computer-generated, there is a deliberate emphasis placed...

Darrell Urban Black’s world of strange forms and colors

As a child I made spaceship models eventually placing my artistic visions on paper resulting in some 500 drawings. Phantasmal spaceships eventually carried me to unique wonderland of strange forms and colors. In 1982, I joined the National Guard.  During this time my previous drawings were lost – but not my passion.  In 1988, I joined the army...

The morphing art of Robert Tokley

My latest series of oil paintings are created with the sole purpose of giving the painting a its own voice or a life of their own, of sorts. The innovative technique that I discovered and use in my paintings is for the sole purpose to have each painting change and morph into something different after they have been created. As all painting do they...

Reflections of unity – The paintings of Alli Gray

My name is Alli Gray and I am a figurative artist. I studied Graphic Design for Digital Media at Glasgow Caledonian University, but I also went on to develop my skills in fine art to communicate and explore expressive and dynamic depictions of group identities.I have been inspired by modernist aesthetics to create a visual synthesis of form, as...

Marija Kondres, touching a creative nerve

It could be said that I have two parallel work processes. When I paint, I’ve come to realize, I produce at least two works, the one that is “conscious” (the painting) and the one that is “unconscious,” a product of gestures while painting, such as rubbing off paint from my brushes, removing dry paint from palette and...