November 27, 2012 § Leave a Comment
November 23, 2012 § Leave a Comment
At first glance, I thought these dynamic paintings by DeAngel were someone having been dropped form a great height and inevitably splattered. But given they are called ‘emergining’, I presume, they depict a re-birth rather than death.
Above: Emergiendo III (emerging), Oil, 2008
November 9, 2012 § Leave a Comment
New York based illustrator, designer, and fine artist Sara Blake has painted these as part of an ‘anatomical’ series of work. check out more of her work on her site.
August 30, 2012 § Leave a Comment
Bristol Street Artist Andrew council is a master at building an object or creature using industrial elements (such as a dinosaur made form cars). The above paintings are called Tank Heart, LA Heart and Tank Skull.
August 2, 2012 § 1 Comment
June 29, 2012 § Leave a Comment
Some girls, some hearts, some tree-like blood vessels, some meat and finally some splatters of blood – that’s what we like! these are just three of Ken Wong’s impressive collection of paintings available from Thumbtack Press. Above from top; Glory, Matsuyama Ii, Sanctuary I.
May 30, 2012 § Leave a Comment
Bristol based artist Rose Sanderson did a series of ‘Bugs on Books’ art pieces, so I’m presuming this is a natural progression taking her influences from insects, birds and anatomy, that she should do ‘organs on books’.
Images © Rose Sanderson, from top to bottom; ‘To you I give….’ and ‘My thoughts are complex’
May 29, 2012 § 1 Comment
Dutch born artist Herman Henstenburgh [1667 - 1726] produced these still life watercolours circa 1700. These paintings progress the floral notoriety of the dutch artists into combine the scientific approach to still life with something who’s emphasis was on decoration. Read more about him here.
Found on [tout ceci est magnifique]
May 28, 2012 § 1 Comment
Born in Buenos Aires in 1950, artist Juan Gatti has produced a mouthwatering range of anatomic collages from the “Ciencias Naturales” exhibiton.
The sheer detail of the flora and fauna drenched with colour and an animal prop entwined with the muscle man reminds me of a cross between Vesalius and William Morris! I urge you to look at more of his work here and the bio of the man here.
April 17, 2012 § Leave a Comment
The latest exhibition coming from Kat Von D’s Wonderland Gallery, as ever, does not fail to disappoint. The usual amazing artists are included (that we’ve featured before); Camila Rocha, Sylvia Ji, Natalie Shau. Add to that impressive selection a couple of new lovely finds, Photographer Shannon Brooke ’India Rose’ (top) and Painter Cate Rangel ’Corazon’ (bottom).