Lori Earley – Painter

I have a special admiration for Lori’s work due to my interest in Fashion many, many years ago. I also preferred drawing the female face and form because I just found the ebb and flow to work better.

Lori has achieved an ambience in her work that is calming. Her portraits are all women with beautiful hair and exotic faces.

http://www.loriearley.com/

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Mark Ryden – Painter

I can’t continue further without acknowledging Mark Ryden. Featured extensively in Juxtapoz magazine (and I think was one of the founders but don’t quote me on that).

I purchased a teeny weeny book of his titled “Blood”. The size is 2″ x 3″ approximately. That’s all I could afford but was glad some of his work was available at a price I ...

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Travis Louie – Painter

With inspiration from German Expressionist and Film Noir motion pictures from the Silent Era to the late 1950’s, Travis has a vivid imagination.

His work is mainly black and white acrylic which suits his subject matter.

Wonderful technique and it would surely be a treat to see his work in real life. I hope a gallery here in Toronto would consider his work.

You can ...

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Leslie Ditto – Painter

To celebrate the Art Gallery of Ontario’s upcoming exhibition “Surreal Things“, I would like to focus the next “however many posts” to artists with extraordinary imaginations.

Surrealists for sure but with exceptional skills in painting/illustrating etc. ta boot!
The subject matter might be odd, abnormal, queezy or just plain weird however their skill in turning it into a magnificent piece of artwork is ...
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Andrew King – Painter

Today is Good Friday and I launched my first blog. At the moment, I just thought I would give it a try. Not that there will be anyone but me reading this. However, it’s a start. Need to test the layout and how the text flows etc.

My intention is to promote other artists’ work that I think is blogworthy. Also, a place to rant ...
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