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Painting by Esao Andrews Esao Andrews is an American painter,...

Painting by Esao Andrews Esao Andrews is an American painter, working with oil on wood panels. His work blends Gothic grotesque, erotic and surrealism. Our Facebook . Note: The page is addictive! posted by Margaret from tu recepcja

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Painting by Esao Andrews Esao Andrews is an American painter, working with oil on wood panels. His work blends Gothic grotesque, erotic and surrealism. Our Facebook . Note: The page is addictive! posted by Margaret from tu recepcja crss

Painting by Victor Pierre LeBlanc Victor Pierre LeBlanc grew...

Painting by Victor Pierre LeBlanc Victor Pierre LeBlanc grew up in San Francisco, CA. Although originally inspired by film and stop-motion animation, he discovered his creative outlet through painting while in college. He got his BFA with honors in 2010 from LSU, but because of an opportunity that sprung up a month after graduating, he went directly into the special FX industry. From 2013-2016 Victor ran the art department at Composite FX (which became a world-renowned silicone mask company and FX studio). During his time there, Victor designed, sculpted, and developed paint schemes for many of the world’s leading hyper-realistic silicone masks. He also trained and supervised the team of artists, and managed projects for movies, licensing deals with Game of Thrones and Marvel, and even products for the medical industry. In 2016 Victor left CFX to pursue his true passion and the creative freedom of painting full-time. Looking to spice up your timeline? Like out our Fac

Paintings by Jean-Pierre RoyJean-Pierre Roy (b.1974 in Santa...

Paintings by Jean-Pierre Roy Jean-Pierre Roy (b.1974 in Santa Monica, CA) lives and works in Brooklyn, New York and teaches painting at The New York Academy of Art. I want my paintings to be autobiographical, but without being portraiture. It gets back to this idea how do we frame these big events – essentially we use stories to fill in the gaps of the unknown, and in a sense that is what mythology has always been about. The masks in my paintings really connect back to this idea of personal myth-making. Part of it is also just a perceptual thing, that the second you put a face in the painting, that becomes the undeniable focal-point, and I wanted to keep the eye moving within in the piece. Your senses are finite and our desire to wanna access the objective world is almost always hindered by the limitation of our senses. So there is a way of cutting off the figures access to the world – to me, that was the flipping point, it is a mask and you cannot see the face, bu

Featured Art by Carolina Rodríguez Fuenmayor Carolina...

Featured Art by Carolina Rodríguez Fuenmayor Carolina Rodríguez Fuenmayor is a visual artist from Bogotá, Colombia. My work is focused on the illustration field using drawing as the main resource to develop my projects. Currently, I am part of a traditional graphic arts collective and studio known as “Taller Trez” and I also work as a freelancer in the editorial world. Art is the only way to run away without leaving home - run with us . posted by Margaret from tu recepcja

Painting by Victor Pierre LeBlanc Victor Pierre LeBlanc grew... crss

Painting by Victor Pierre LeBlanc Victor Pierre LeBlanc grew up in San Francisco, CA. Although originally inspired by film and stop-motion animation, he discovered his creative outlet through painting while in college. He got his BFA with honors in 2010 from LSU, but because of an opportunity that sprung up a month after graduating, he went directly into the special FX industry. From 2013-2016 Victor ran the art department at Composite FX (which became a world-renowned silicone mask company and FX studio). During his time there, Victor designed, sculpted, and developed paint schemes for many of the world’s leading hyper-realistic silicone masks. He also trained and supervised the team of artists, and managed projects for movies, licensing deals with Game of Thrones and Marvel, and even products for the medical industry. In 2016 Victor left CFX to pursue his true passion and the creative freedom of painting full-time. Looking to spice up your timeline? Like out our Fac