slsm

slsm

I am a traditional oil on canvas painter who fell in love with digital art about 6 years ago when I discovered I could express and explore my darker side through digital works, in a private environment. These are the result of my meanderings. I studied art at the University of New Mexico and have shown my work in Taos. At this time I am a part of the new art movement in virtual worlds and also show in various galleries there.
You can see more of my work, these and others through my portfolio site.
Hope my art inspires you to explore your own questions!

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Chuck Staley was born in Memphis, Tennessee and grew up living in a number of small towns in the South. After High School he studied art at the Memphis Academy of Arts and electronics at Georgia Tech in Atlanta.

Although Chuck studied and practiced art, his professional career began in Television where he has worked extensively, directing countless hours of music videos, commercials and television programs of all sorts, both at local stations and at the networks.

And when Staley isn’t directing TV or writing screenplays, he’s working in his Los Angeles home/studio creating the thoughtful and painterly artwork for which he is becoming known internationally, and looking to find that next perfect venue in which to show his recent mixed-media work, which is centered around taking mannequins out of store windows and giving them avant-garde lives of their own.

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Franz Hergl - geboren 1927 - gestorben 2009

Nach über 2 Jahren Arbeit endlich fertig: der künstlerische Nachlass von Franz Hergl.
Sein komplettes Lebenswerk exklusiv bei Artflakes.


Franz Hergl - born 1927 - died 2009

After more than two years of work done at last: the artistic estate of Franz Hergl.
His entire life's work exclusively by Artflakes.

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Andrea Fettweis arbeitet als Autorin und Redakteurin für Sachtexte und Fachartikel. Als geübte Fotografin ergänzt sie ihre Beiträge regelmäßig mit eigenen Bildern, arbeitet aber auch im künstlerischen Bereich. Hier favorisiert sie Aufnahmen von Landschaften, Städteszenen, Pflanzen und Porträts, erstellt aber auch gerne fantasievolle Collagen. In ihrer Freizeit beschäftigt sich Andrea gern mit der Malerei, vor allem mit Aquarellen.

‘Es ist ebenso interessant und schwer, etwas gut zu sagen, wie es gut zu malen ist‘
Vincent van Gogh

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Casiegraphics is currently living in Berlin, London & Munich.
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Casie takes much inspiration from nature, the animal kingdom and marine life and drawing such is and always has been her passion. Typically armed with a camera, Casie can often be seen roaming around numerous zoos and aquariums indulging in her passion of photography. By doing this Casie aims to capture and hi-light the natural beauty and pure essence of life in each species (especially the tropical and sweet-water fishes of Asia) which she can later echo in her art. Casie's grandfather who was part of the after war informal art movement in the 40's and 50's in Germany played an instrumental role in her life. The distinct drippy and colourful experimental abstractism of his work is something which Casie has strived to sustain in her own art. Her graphic elements and use of bright colour, drips and bubble style are a result of many years spent experimenting with spray techniques and colour combinations in the graffiti scene. The distinct linear style and papercut technique was specifically developed whilst studying for her degree and this progression can be seen in her publication 'Winged Words' which was an illustrated collection of creature quotations attempting to exhibit the benefits of vegetarianism whilst also attempting to make a broader statement about morality and the treatment of animals by humans. Since her move to Berlin, Casie has moved away from papercut and now works mainly with acrylic, markers, ink, spray cans, canvas and wood. Nothing challenges Casie more than taking an ordinary object and customising it with her artwork transforming it and thus giving it new meaning.
Casiegraphics ultimate aim is to create works of art that depict the realism of the animal kingdom, marine life and their surrounding habitats in a happy, colourful, uplifting and fanciful way whilst still attempting to maintain an urban feel.

slsm is now following casiegraphics

Casiegraphics is currently living in Berlin, London & Munich.
please visit:
www.casiegraphics.com
www.facebook.com/casiegraphics

Casie takes much inspiration from nature, the animal kingdom and marine life and drawing such is and always has been her passion. Typically armed with a camera, Casie can often be seen roaming around numerous zoos and aquariums indulging in her passion of photography. By doing this Casie aims to capture and hi-light the natural beauty and pure essence of life in each species (especially the tropical and sweet-water fishes of Asia) which she can later echo in her art. Casie's grandfather who was part of the after war informal art movement in the 40's and 50's in Germany played an instrumental role in her life. The distinct drippy and colourful experimental abstractism of his work is something which Casie has strived to sustain in her own art. Her graphic elements and use of bright colour, drips and bubble style are a result of many years spent experimenting with spray techniques and colour combinations in the graffiti scene. The distinct linear style and papercut technique was specifically developed whilst studying for her degree and this progression can be seen in her publication 'Winged Words' which was an illustrated collection of creature quotations attempting to exhibit the benefits of vegetarianism whilst also attempting to make a broader statement about morality and the treatment of animals by humans. Since her move to Berlin, Casie has moved away from papercut and now works mainly with acrylic, markers, ink, spray cans, canvas and wood. Nothing challenges Casie more than taking an ordinary object and customising it with her artwork transforming it and thus giving it new meaning.
Casiegraphics ultimate aim is to create works of art that depict the realism of the animal kingdom, marine life and their surrounding habitats in a happy, colourful, uplifting and fanciful way whilst still attempting to maintain an urban feel.

A woman stands and peers through a window and touches a skeleton who represents death, through the glass.

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