The Dark Art of Timothy Hon Hung Lee
Tim Lee’s large-scale ink drawings and paintings on rice paper are, at a first glance, tightly bound with the visual aesthetics of Chinese painting, while simultaneously referencing elements of traditional European art. The conflation of these visual cultures is unsurprising: Lee is a British artist of Chinese descent. But the work does not just amount to a reverential homage to these past cultures.
Gérard Stricher: La peinture commence par une idée
The painting is a memory. Memory dazzled feelings of brush strokes scrapings, the recoveries of oil painting. The table is stricher Gérard worked in the moving material, it moves, it vibrates to the eye intangible. Listen to the color, measure the impossibility of painting and to find each table, the rhythms of the consequences to life.
Sketchbook dump from instagram
Jen Mann, Strange Beauties
Inspired by the circus, illusions, dreams and innocence of childhood, the Canadian artist Jen Mann launched in March this year its exhibition of portraits of long range, titled Strange Beauties. Outside the reality paintings that focus on freedom in all its definitions showing the various facets of the painter. His highly expressive and emotionally charged drawings have a variety of neon shades pastries playing with overlays and solid foundations, bringing a burst of color and pictures to behold.
Jordan Kasey’s Vibrantly-Colored Oil Paintings
Jordan Kasey, an artist based in Baltimore, creates large-scale oil paintings of alien landscapes and fantastical, surreal objects and lively characters. In her imagined world, the artist fuses nature and the man-made (specifically, the humanesque and the aquatic) by blurring the lines between these two disparate, yet closely related worlds. In some of her work, she unfamiliarizes the familiar by contouring faces, animals, and varying objects with sea plants and corals, amongst other natural occurring living objects.
2am doodle from last night.