This painting (Earthquake / Terremoto) by the late Japanese artist Tetsuya Ishida sold at Christie’s to a private American buyer for almost $350,000 U.S., 10 times the anticipated base price – demonstrating the never-ending popularity of this surrealist painter.
Yehouda Chaki presents works that are a believable reality yet entirely of his own making. Chaki’s sought-after oil paintings have been described as “a collision of the outside world with the artist’s innermost visceral perceptions.” The Montreal-based painter combines forceful lines with an emotion-driven sense of colour, as […]
Rachel Berman’s paintings have been likened to the poems of Leonard Cohen. The mysterious figures and hidden stories glimpsed in her paintings are a reflection of the mysteries Berman has unraveled in her own life.
Oregon based artist Dan Attoe interprets landscapes and water in a show of soothing paintings at Peres Projects in Berlin.
These Easter sketches drew me in. Violeta Hernández, an illustrator in Monterrey, Mexico, sketched this series in her Moleskine, which has more examples. Her color blends are fabulous.
Multidisciplinary artist Bruce Pashak creates art forms as playgrounds for the imagination. He calls them “riddles that you might try to puzzle out but never need to solve.” (Above: What Love Tells Me) The Vancouver-based Pashak asks viewers to “feel their way through” his mixed media works. He […]