Wonderful watercolor work by Marion Bolognesi. Each face she paints has such a clear emotional expression, it’s amazing.
Aesthetics born out of unconventional style, that’s something noteworthy in the art world. Conrad Roset has found his nonpareil, crooked lines entwining with harmoniously angled perspectives. Anecdotes of seductive girls, sagas of temptresses, all characterized with loose watercolors.
His deep tints and untamed color compositions reward us ocularly, while challenging our ideals of line-work. Roset’s work is raw, sensual, and invites us to indulge in his desires. Hailing from Barcelona, Spain Conrad teaches at BAU School of Design. His professional clients has included big names like Adidas and Coca Cola. His portfolio and blog provided here.
“Rebecca Volynsky does not see her work as scripted or planned. When creating mixed media collages, she attempts to reach a destination where all of her ideas and visions are the most clear. Everything that spills out onto paper in the form of repeating patterns and symbolic imagery is under her control.
She begins by placing and arranging paper and other media on a surface in order to remove them. Old photographs, graph paper, colorful drops of watercolor, thin sheets of transparent tissue and graphite markings that look as thought they attack the page are combined.
These are attached onto paper through gluing and sewing, strengthening the paper as a three dimensional object. Everything that is placed on the surface exposes Rebecca’s inner thoughts but also conceals them, allowing the viewer to come up with other interpretations of the work. They sometimes just evolve on their own and fall into place.”
There’s so much going on in Stacey’s work I don’t even know where to start looking. In this case, feeling lost in a painting is the best feeling; just when you think you’ve got the picture, something new jumps in your face and you re-evaluate the whole meaning of the piece.
That’s exactly how I react to Stacey’s work, and every time something new impacts me, my admiration for Stacey’s talent soars even higher.