Dan Lam – Sculptor

Blob artwork is what I would call Dan’s style. She has been working with certain materials that eventually take on a shape of their own. I popped over to her site and looked at previous work and must say this recent stuff is the most interesting so far. Mainly because of the colours she has chosen and the linear dabs of ...

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Artists Tribute to David Bowie

Juan Barletta

As usual I am spending time online bouncing around and I came across this blog, Seeing Neon.

What I liked here was their latest post regarding artists renderings of the late, David Bowie. They are pretty fantastic and I only posted two here but do visit the blog to view the entire group. Magnificent work.

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Cam deLeon – Artist


I remember coming across this artist’s work a few years ago and kept it on file for this blog however, I never did get around to posting it until now.

Information about the artist himself is not so accessible but I do believe he lives in the US. It appears Cam has been around for a lengthy amount of time too ...

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Hugh Langis – Illustrator

I don’t know how I came across Hugh Langis but I’m glad I did. Hugh is an illustrator living in Toronto. Also a partner/cofounder of the Toronto design firm, Half/Hunter.

His illustration style is simple but somewhat juvenile with a witty whimsical sense. Definitely can fit under the Quirky classification. If you want just a nice stream of visuals, ...

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Courtney Archer – Illustrator

Alas, an artist/illustrator who is Canadian and fits right in with the quirky, underground art world. Her illustration style is beautiful which compliments the odd, somewhat creepy, characters she creates. She is one of the selected 20 “Untapped” artists appearing at this year’s Artist Project in Feb. I have never gone due to the art being somewhat traditional and ...

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Freya Jobbins

Once again, sorry for the long time in-between posts. Freya comes from “Down Under” and clearly has a knack for recycling dolls and their parts giving them a new life. This particular one created in time for the new Star Wars craze. Have a look at her site, you won’t be disappointed. Clearly genuine!

http://www.freyajobbins.com

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Ale Giorgini – Illustrator

I went to the CNE this year with only one intention. To see The Big Bang Theory art exhibition. It was a struggle to get there, the weather was super hot and humid but I made it. Amongst all the wonderful artwork, I am showcasing the ones that I thought stood out the most. Today I am beginning with ...

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Marija Tiuring – Illustrator

OMG, what a quirky artist Marija is. I love both her techniques and subject matter which are displayed with such an elegant style. She utilizes the best of both worlds, traditional and digital medium using either one or the other or mixing both. What is the most intriguing is watching some of her animated pieces showing her working on ...

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Yves Laroche Gallery

Sorry for my lonnnnnnnnnng absence from posting. Other than having some difficulty with this theme, I had immersed myself into my daytime job thus shifting my focus away from this blog.

But now I will try to get back on track. And my first post will be my experience going to Montreal, Quebec to the opening night of ÉGRÉGORE – THE ZENITH OF POP SURREALISM.

This show consists of approximately 50 Pop-Surrealist, Lowbrow, contemporary artists, some who ...

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Nataly Abramovitch – Painter

Nataly was born in an isolated village about an hour north of Tel Aviv. I am quite impressed with the detail in her work which obviously stems from a vivid imagination. Her main characters resemble porcelain dolls that appear to be, well, quite mature and partially nude. Not entirely sure what the significance is and maybe if I did further ...

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