Juxtapoz // Tuesday, June 23, 2015
Lee Kwang-Ho is one of Korea’s most prominent realist artists. He displays his technical and pictorial mastery with the ability to meticulously combine elements of the real and the abstract. Lee’s early works were inspired by Pop Art, influenced by the Renaissance perspective, and Surrealism, and have now developed into his own unique and personal interpretation of modern realism. A thorough investigation of his works provides the viewer an opportunity to fully appreciate the depth and versatility of Lee’s artistry and vision.
Juxtapoz // Thursday, May 08, 2014
Polish artist Anna Wypych specializes in figurative realism. Her lifelike oil paintings seem effortless in the way that Anna captures the supple, natural curve of skin. In Anna's self portrait, she has successfully recreated all the details...
Juxtapoz // Thursday, April 24, 2014
Italian born Valerio D’Ospina is now working and living in the United States perfecting his oil paintings. Focusing on industrial warehouses, urban landscapes, and locomotives D’Ospina's oil paintings are truly masterful. D’Ospina's talent is no surprise, as he's been on the creative scene since 1999. D’Ospina has held solo exhibitions internationally as well as numerous group shows.
Juxtapoz // Friday, March 07, 2014
'My paintings of figures floating are predominantly self portraits. I aim to create paintings that arouse both a sense of well being and pleasure, whilst simultaneously suggesting notions of insecurity, fantasy and sexuality. Entirely suspended by the water, the human forms are fragmented by the ripples and swirls created by the water, abstracting them, and often with implausible results such as the appearance of disfiguration or distortion...'
Juxtapoz // Saturday, February 02, 2013
Polish artist Jaroslaw Kukowski interprets the models in his paintings in a very straight forward way- creating photorealistic works in oil of various of nude subjects, he includes a somewhat obvious prop in his work, the actual paint. Engaging the subjects of his pieces with exactly what brought them to life, he is passing the most important element into his works, from his hand into theirs.
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, July 04, 2012
Nothing says Americana and 4th of July like a good painting of a KFC and a stereotypical mall scene. Marc Trujillo's paintings are exactly what we wanted to find this morning; well-rendered scenes of banal "anywhere America"; the fast food stops, the malls, the parking lots that are truly the fascinating and all-encompassing shared experiences that we as Americans can relate to. Brilliant work.
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, September 29, 2009
Ron English has really stepped it up a notch. Up real high. “This morning I did some graffiti in the skies of lower Manhattan,” the artist writes on his Juxtapoz blog. “Walls are looking pretty full these days. I wanted it to be a mildly conceptual piece, where the word CLOUD would dissipate into... a cloud.” Watch a video of the action now. Read More...
Juxtapoz // Friday, September 18, 2009
Mister Popaganda, Ron English, hopped on board the Sketch Theatre train and allowed himself to be filmed while drawing one of his signature cows.
Juxtapoz // Thursday, September 10, 2009
Ron English (Juxtapoz #79) has made an internationally known name for himself with his instantly recognizable satirical images of Ronald McDonald, KISS members, and more. We’re proud to have Ron on board as our next featured artist participating in our 15th Anniversary Art Auction.