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Mark Maggiori. Howard Terpnin "Plunder from Sonora" (2003) Tomas Sanchez "Desde La Cueva Del Corazón" (2004) Alyssa Monks "Charade" (2010) Jason de Graaf "Aether" (2013) Jason Walker "Six Pack" (2013) Philip Barlow "Soak" (2014) Chrissy Angliker "On Sand" (2015) Brad Burns "Aqua And Ulua" (2015) Brent Estabrook "Nobody Told Us" (2015) Sally West "The Beach" (2015) Untitled by Salman Khoshroo (2016) /u/marksonwalls, "sparrow" (2016) Serge Marshennikov "Living Woman" (2017) Mark Arian "Morning Reverie" (2017) Joel Rea "Crossroads" (2017) Mark Maggiori "A Missing Horse" (2017) U/jer_088 "Shift" (2018) U/colonelthawsage "Untitled" (2018)

Thomas Blackshear II "A Common Thread" (2018) Agnieszka Nienartowicz "The Garden of Earthly Delights" (2018) Yana Golikova "Kiwi and Mango" (2020) New Surreal Oil Paintings That Subvert Vintage Vacation Photos and Historical Landscapes by Paco Pomet. “Adam’s Office” (2016), oil on canvas, 120 x 160 cm Spanish artist Paco Pomet (previously) references the appearance of vintage vacation photos and vast historical landscapes in his surreal oil paintings, works that offer a subtle humor from their often grayscale palette. By rendering limbs as freakishly elongated tubes and adding touches of neon green and orange, Pomet brings his images of the past into the future, hinting at a post-apocalyptic realm where humans are forced to live beside the radioactive waste that has lead to their bodies’ defects. Pomet had his third solo exhibition with Richard Heller Gallery in Santa Monica earlier this summer.

You can see more of his work on his portfolio site. “Childhood” (2016), oil on canvas, 60 x 80 cm “The Visitor” (2016), oil on canvas, 120 x 140 cm “The Vermilion Case” (2016), oil on canvas, 60 x 80 “Social” (2016), diptych, oil on canvas, 120 x 180 cm “The Landlord” (2016), oil on canvas, 120 x 140 cm. Fingerpaint Art by Iris Scott. Log Series by Alison Moritsugu. Hsin-Yao Tseng's paintings of San Francisco. The talent of this guy is amazing! Hsin-Yao Tseng – artists who managed to get a bachelor’s degree at the Academy of Fine Arts in San Francisco.

His talent surprises, soft colors and shades make his paintings breathe. Hsin-Yao Tseng is apparently in love with San Francisco. James Flynn - Artists - Callan Contemporary. Unbelievable Seascapes painted by Zaria Forman. The inspiration for Zaria’s drawings began in early childhood when she traveled with her family throughout several of the world’s most remote landscapes, which were the subject of her mother’s fine art photography.

Her work exhibits extensively in galleries and venues throughout the United States and overseas. In addition to exhibitions, recent projects include a series of drawings that served as the set design for the classic ballet Giselle, which premiered in October 2012 at the Grand Theatre of Geneva, Switzerland. Ten of her drawings were also used in the set design for House of Cards, a Netflix TV series directed by David Fincher and starring Kevin Spacey. In August 2012 she led Chasing the Light, an expedition sailing up the NW coast of Greenland, retracing the 1869 journey of American painter William Bradford and documenting the rapidly changing arctic landscape.

Yago Hortal's trippy, colorful paintings. The Paintings of Martin Wittfooth. Black & White Watercolor Illustrations by Elicia Elidanto. L’artiste indonésienne Elicia Elidanto imagine des peintures aquarelles qui dépeignent la relation intime entre les enfants et les animaux. Ses aquarelles en noir et blanc montrent des silhouettes de jeunes enfants debout devant des créatures à la fois majestueuses et dangereuses. The stirring paintings of Samantha Keely Smith. Paintings by Kris Kuksi.

The Surreal Paintings of Jean-Pierre Roy. Jean-Pierre Roy est un peintre américain né à Santa Monica en Californie. Internationalement reconnu, l’artiste réalise de magnifiques peintures dont les traits hyper-réalistes permettent de mettre en exergue un fond totalement surréaliste. Voici une sélection d’une partie de ses oeuvres. The Cut & Layered Paintings of Bruce Wilhelm. Paintings by Bruce Wilhelm. Mind-Bending Paintings by Rob Gonsalves. "Purple Fantasy Forest" Spray Paint by Clay Butler. Brilliant Satirical Artwork by Pawel Kuczynski.

May 10, 2012 Pawel Kuczynski is a Polish artist that specializes in satirical illustration. Born in 1976 in Szczecin, Poland, he graduated with a graphics degree from the Fine Arts Academy in Poznan. Pawel has been focusing on satire since 2004 and has garnered nearly a hundred prizes and distinctions since then. Much of his artwork deals with serious themes such as poverty, greed, politics and mortality.

Below you will find a curated selection of Pawel’s brilliant illustrations. If you enjoyed this post, the Sifter highly recommends: The Playful Paintings of Eric Joyner. Paintings of Roland Tamago. Sailboat Whale and Rocket Shark – The wonderful world of Roland Tamago I just discovered the amazing world of Roland Tamayo, a universe full of Sailboat Whale and Rocket Shark. Between painting and drawing, this artist from California also created art work for video games like Ratchet & Clank. via superpunch.

"The Monster Engine Project“ by Dave DeVries. Altered Thrift Store Art. Unknown, via Reddit. Banksy, via Flickr user goldenticket. It’s a simple idea: Find some bad art, whether original or a print, for a song at a thrift store, then modify it to make, if not “better art,” then at least something that’s more entertaining to look at. (Is it the same thing? Yeah, that sounds like a productive argument.) Anyway. Etsy seller loudxmouse. Banksy, via Flickr user Darrell Godliman. Reportedly Banksy, via Reddit. Banksy, via Flickr user poly_mnia. Banksy, via Flickr user SteeveeGee. Woodgill at Monocol’s Etsy shop.

Did I miss a good one? Related. The Watercolors of Marion Bolognesi.