Firework Drawings by Rosemarie Fiore

Juxtapoz // Monday, July 01, 2013
Bronx-based Rosemarie Fiore uses everything from lawn mowers, cars, waffle irons, floor polishers, pinball machines, and yes, fireworks to create her colorful works of art. Her "Pyrotechnics" series was created by exploding fireworks (under cardboard cylinders and metal cans) over paper!

David Molesky: "A Long Moment" @ a.Muse Gallery, SF

Juxtapoz // Thursday, June 27, 2013
Friend of the mag, David Molesky, has an opening tonight, June 27,  at a.Muse Gallery in San Francisco. It's either in Potrero Hill or Mission Creek... we can't tell. You may recognize Mr. Molesky from the feature he penned for us on Odd Nerdrum in our May 2013 issue.

Hyperrealistic Paintings by Philip Muñoz

Juxtapoz // Thursday, June 27, 2013
This morning we take a look at the paintings of Bristol-based artist Philip Munoz. The self-taught artist's work is concerned with the notion of glamour and its role in social identity. He is particularly interested in the idea of beauty through transformation and the concept of the contemporary sublime.

Richard Diebenkorn "The Berkeley Years" @ de Young, SF

Juxtapoz // Thursday, June 27, 2013
Local Boy Makes Good! “I’m really a traditional painter, not avante garde at all. I wanted to follow a tradition and extend it.” And the San Francisco native’s own words start you off on what should be a languorous visit to familiar places like Chabot Valley in Richard Biebenkorn’s The Berkeley Years, now showing at San Francisco’s de Young Museum. But even more familiar and very compelling is a personal journey that can be experienced through this painter’s eyes. 

Hyperreal Watercolors by Scott Campbell

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, June 25, 2013
This morning we take a look at artist Scott Cambell's watercolor paintings of homemade (prison) tatoo machines.

Paintings and Drawings by Kent Williams

Juxtapoz // Monday, June 24, 2013
This morning we check out some of Los Angeles-based artist Kent Williams newer work as well as take a look back through some of our past favorites.  

The Work of Robert Proch

Juxtapoz // Monday, June 24, 2013
Poland-based artist, Robert Proch works in a variety of mediums including illustration, painting, street art, and animation.  Exceptionally talented at conveying movement in his work, his stylistic approach is refreshing.  

"Museum Anatomy" by Chadwick and Spector

Juxtapoz // Friday, June 21, 2013
We can't get enough of these Museum Anatomy photographs and body paintings by Chadwick and Spector. The duo has documented the works of museums around the world as recreated on the human body. The incredible process results in a final outcome that is sometimes unrecognizable as a human form. 

Hyper-real Paintings by Lilia Mazurkevich

Juxtapoz // Friday, June 21, 2013
Lilia Mazurkevich was born in Belarus and studied at Kiev College of Arts and Design, she has since lived in Ukraine and studied at City & Guilds Art School in London. 

The Work of Meguru Yamaguchi

Juxtapoz // Friday, June 21, 2013
Raised in Tokyo, Japan by fashion designer parents and at the epicenter of the city's street culture, Meguru Yamaguchi was introduced by his parents to a good amount of pop art while also immersed in Japanese Manga. He is a "Digital Impressionist," using portraits of his friends on social media as inspiration, the artist samples elements of painting, collage, acrylics, and spray paint to create colorful and dynamic works "reminiscent of Hip-Hop samplings from the 70s."

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