My name is Tim Furey. I am an American artist living and working in southern New Jersey. My work is composed of textures, shapes, neon colors, holographic sticker paper, Atari game manuals, construction paper…etc. I use any material available to create meaning in the context of my artwork. There is no formula for what I do. The...
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Ando Hiroshige, also known as Utagawa Hiroshige, is a well known Japanese artist who primarily made wood block prints in the ukiyo-e style and is considered to be a master woodblock printer. His work had a strong influence on western impressionist and post-impressionist painters such as Vincent Van Gogh. Van Gogh is known to have painted copies of...
Meredith Woolnough is an artist from Australian – her embroidery works is an attempt to “capture the beauty and fragility of nature”.
“Flowers” is a collaborative effort between Jolanda van Meringen and Amer Mohamad. Mouhammad is from Syria and currently studies architecture in Russia, and Meringen is an artist based in the Netherlands.
Have a look at French artist, Julie Sarloutte ‘s colorful portraits done with embroidery. Julie says doing “la broderie” is a way for her to escape her hectic, every day world and to lose her self in creating art.
The art duo Katarzyna Kijek and Przemysław Adamski have been friends since high school. They do it all, digital art, photography, sculpture, and some really cool stop motion video featured in the video below.
Eugenia is originally from Greece, but now lives in the States. She’s been a nurse, a computer programmer, a journalist, and then she got hooked on making collage art. Eugenia was heavily inspired by the work of Kieron Cropper.
Artist, WBK (aka Guy Whitby) has a penchant for things from the pre-digital age. He also has a fascination with keyboard buttons. Combine the two and this is what you get…keyboard art featuring electronic equipment form the 80s.
David Delruelle is a collage artist from Brussels. David combes flea markets and used book stores looking for stuff to deconstruct and rebuild. He tries to combine elements that have a sense of opposition on one level and coherence on another. His work is often tinged with a sense of humor and a bit of irony.
Sergio Mora is a multifaceted Spanish artist who, in his Pop Surrealism style, takes the audience into a fantasy, circus-like world full all sorts of interesting characters and creatures.
German artist, Kerstin Bratsch, a graduate of the Columbia University School of the Arts, uses what she calls a “marbling technique” to create the effect seen in the pieces below. ” I describe the marblings as being made by dropping a drop of ink from high–the height determines the width of the mark […] I drop the...