Art Work by David Lloyd Glover

By on July 3, 2012, in Paintings

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John Lennon Art Work by David Lloyd Glover

Let there be light and DAVID LLOYD GLOVER will find it. A prolific painter, David uses the difficult medium of water-colour and deftly achieves a multi-layered emotional — and for some, transcendental experience. White light, if you will, becomes the portrait path of self- exploration and fulfilment and the illumination of truth and echoes of eternity are shared by both artist and audience.

Glover’s paintings are on 300lb, T.H. Saunders, Waterford-series cold pressed paper. Always, a detailed under drawing is executed in 2B pencil which is a discipline learned from Illustrating. He uses Winsor & Newton transparent water-colours and Winsor & Newton brushes as he believes that superior quality materials is so important when marketing your work through top level fine art galleries.
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“Homenaje al cuadro” – A Fanciful Series by Pablo Guzman

By on June 29, 2012, in Paintings

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Pablo Guzmanis a Columbia-based painter whose work is well known for pushing the boundary between subject and viewer. His series “Homenaje al cuadro”, is basically a succession of paintings of people with their backs to the viewer. It seems that each of his subjects are looking at something infinitely interesting in front of them. It kinda makes you want to shove them away to find out what they’re looking at.

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Cityscapes On A Cloudy Day by Eugene J. Paprocki

By on June 28, 2012, in Paintings

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Eugene J. Paprocki is a Chcago born artist who has been featured in 14 one-man exhibitions in two continents. He has always dabbled in painting, even in his childhood. He formally studied Fine Art at Loyola University in Chicago. To augment his already considerable skill, he traveled the world extensively, visiting the work of the great masters.

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Don Packwood Automotive Art

By on June 16, 2012, in Paintings

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Painting Title: RED MAX   – Racing Monza –

Sir Stirling Moss made the point, that he wasn’t a natural driver, in his opinion, having to work very hard to be fast. On the other hand he believed drivers like Nuvolari, Fangio and Senna were naturals. What set these individuals apart was that they possessed a gift, an instinct for driving very fast. This is also true for artists in their painting. I think most people with training would achieve some skill in drawing but I agree with Moss, there are naturally gifted artists, instinctively able to achieve results that some would spend a lifetime trying.

My parents providing me with my first oil paints, brushes canvas etc. on my eighth birthday and I’ve been painting off and on for 50 plus years, being much more serious in the last 15 or so. I can even remember my first painting entitled the Lonely Tree. On completion I noticed that the tree had depth, visually 3D but I didn’t understand why? I soon realized that the balance, proportion, perspective and lighting are all equally of importance and giving the final elusion of depth and volume to the composition. 

Don Packwood
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Airbrush Art by Karel Kopic

By on June 15, 2012, in Paintings

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Karel Kopic is the only Eastern European artist invited to the airbrush exhibitions in Germany, Switzerland, Italy and Prague his work has been published in the airbrush magazines around the world.Karel Kopic works for major advertising agencies and publishers: Milka, Danone, Berentzen, Eurotel, Lucky Strike, Schöller, Ferrero, Kinder Surprise, Coca-Cola Company, Polygram Universal.
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Marcel Franquelin – Art Work in Progress

By on June 14, 2012, in Paintings

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Art is illusion

I have always been fascinated by the visual impact that comes from the works of the Masters; their paintings are magic, bringing you “elsewhere”, way past the simple surface of a canvas. I was trained very traditionally at “Les Beaux-Arts” in France, and spent my life studying and teaching art.

I understand that realism is not about the truth, but rather the illusion of the truth: paint strokes, along with a well thought palette will bring magic to the viewers, making them want to touch the illusion of a three dimensional object, wonder about the life-like vision of a portrait. It is the artist’s mission to make one look “again” at the marvels of our world, to make one stop and contemplate, think, dream and imagine.

I truly believe that art is not in the content, but rather in the delivery: an idea, a vision, just like a play for theatre, can be either boring or quite entertaining, revealing or even fascinating; it is all about how well ‘directed” the representation will be. I do not intend to shock, shake or upset anyone looking at my work, I do not seek stardom, I just share my visual interests and my passion for the arts.

Marcel Franquelin

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From Film to Canvas – Realistic Paintings by Juan Francisco Casas

By on June 12, 2012, in Paintings

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Juan Francisco Casas is one of the most influential young Spanish painters of today. He work includes large oil on canvas paintings and blue ballpen drawings where he reproduces images he takes with his camera. It would take a casual observer a close second look to discern that what he’s looking at is actually a painting and not a photograph. Not content with being good at just painting, Juan also writes and has published a lot of books including one about poetry entitled “Thesummerhaikus“.
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Extraordinary Charcoal Dust Paintings by Judith Braun

By on June 10, 2012, in Paintings

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While other artists use a paintbrush, Judith Braun uses her fingers. Judith makes wonderful pieces of art using nothing but bare wall, charcoal dust, and her fingers. She started out with symmetrical designs and has now progressed to detailed landscapes. Her mural entitled ‘Diamond Dust’ was painted right in front of a live audience over a period of several days.

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Half a Frida by Kristiina Wilson

By on June 8, 2012, in Paintings

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Kristiina Wilson is one of the more prolific New York based photographers. She works in both film and advertising, specifically in fashion and beauty. Photography isn’t her only vice, according to her website she’s into cats and books too. Her series ‘Los Fridos” is a hybrid of photography and painting featuring the portraits of Mexican artist Frida Khalo.

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The Tattoo Taboo – Portraits by Shawn Barber

By on June 6, 2012, in Paintings

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Tattoos may be a sign of creativity, rebellion, or self-expression, depending on your culture. Some people simply let it be but Shawn Barber, on the other hand, has a bit of an obsession with tattoos. All of his work involve tattoos in one way or another. He has published and illustrated at least two books on the subject. His distinctive style of rendering tattooed people in the most colorfully vivid way has made his work stand out from other artists. Unsurprisingly, Shawn is also a tattoo artist.

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