Tag: paintings

Paintings by David Agenjo

Born in Madrid, 1977, David Agenjo is a self-taught artist living and working in London. After a brief career as a graphic designer, he now devotes himself entirely to painting. His primary focus is on the human body, communicating a personal engagement through colour and texture allowing the viewer to reconnect with the architecture of living beings.

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Simon Birch

Simon Birch is a U.K.-born artist, who is a permanent resident of Hong Kong, China. His works, which often are large, figurative oil paintings, depict motion, both in his subjects and also with the surreal elements to his paintings. His work has been featured and reviewed in many international publications, including Artforum, The Guardian, The International Herald Tribune, Time Out and the New York Times.

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Markus Åkesson

Moody and slightly surreal are the paintings from Swedish artist Markus Åkesson. Åkesson’s works touch on the quiet, interior relationship we have with death. But he doesn’t present death as scary or violent, but as a peaceful, calm and even serene phenomenon. His paintings show moments of stillness, but they also have a great sense of darkness and mystery about them.

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Interactive 3D Art Exhibition

In the Magic Art Special Exhibition held at the Hangzhou Peace International Conference & Exhibition Center in Hangzhou, China, you will not find signs saying “Do not touch”, it’s quite the opposite. To the delight of kids as well as some adults, visitors are explicitly encouraged to touch, take photos and interact as much as possible with the exhibits. The exhibition displays 3D art by 20 talented South Korean artists. The exhibition takes place until August 6, so if you’re around, don’t miss an opportunity to come and interact with these awesome 3D paintings.

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Pakayla Biehn

I think, we all love the dreaminess of double exposure photography but seeing the effect captured in a painting is even more beautiful. Using oil on canvas San Francisco-based artist Pakayla Biehn creates intricate double-exposure photo realistic images that fuse dreamlike figures with the beauty of nature.

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