Artist Felipe Bedoya is from Bogotá, Colombia. He does mixed media work, drawing and art direction. See more of his work on Behance.
Contemporary art: May 2017 Rose Frantzen Saba Taj Helsreach - Part 1: Prologue - A Warhammer 40k Story This is the first part of a fan made epic animation of Warhammer - based on the work by Aaron Dembski-Bowden. Tiffany Bozic Julia Manchik Livia Marin “Slip Away” by… Continue reading Art for May 2017
Vhils (Alexandre Farto) is known for his street art. Vhils also works in other materials, and uses other techniques, including using explosives. He creates by subtracting, or creative destruction. He chisels away styrofoam, cork, and paint from wood doors to reveal beauty. He even uses carefully placed explosives to blast away portions of exterior wall… Continue reading Portraits by Vhils
The 1st Annual Seattle Art Fair was at the end of July (July 31 – August 2) and it was an outrageous success. Over 60 art galleries from around the world showed the works of hundreds of artists. In addition to sculpture and painting the fair included multimedia art, virtual reality exhibits, performance art, and immersive… Continue reading Seattle Art Fair 2015
Nikon's 2014 Annual Small World in Motion Photomicrography winner's are spectacular. The small world of science is dazzling. Here are a few of the Winners and the Honorable Mentions, in GIF form courtesy of The Huffingpost - see the full article for all the Winners and Honorable Mentions or visit the Official Site for… Continue reading Winners from Nikon’s annual Small World in Motion Photomicrography Competition
The Beginning - Part 1 previous - Part 11 This is my continuing study of art that distorts, smears, or obscures the faces of its subjects. I am trying to get my head around this art – in all its forms. It seems to me to be almost an art movement – there are hundreds… Continue reading Understanding the New Movement of Defacement Part 12
Artist Brigitte Carnochan has refined the photographic process to create extraordinary works of art. She uses two process - she uses a platinum/palladium technique and gelatin silver prints which she hand paints. My previous post with her work can be found HERE. You can find more of Brigitte Carnochan's work HERE and at her… Continue reading More Sublime Work by Brigitte Cornochan