With his abstract landscape paintings Micah Crandall-Bear “examines Earth’s intrinsic resources and our disposition toward their accelerated transformation. His concept is infused with linear layers that cascade from atmospheric to subterranean. Landscape details hint at daily and seasonal shifts in light, evoking a sense of evolution and balance. In an ever-increasing technological world, his work reminds us to pause and admire our wild and natural surroundings. He presents abstractions that inspire a deep and effusive connection to nature.”
Fabian Oefner`s new work, “Photographic Paintings” moves within the realms of painting and photography. When looking at the prints from a distance, one could define the works as paintings. When looking at the work up-close, one discovers various clues, that define it as photograph. The final work as well as the process of creation merges the characteristics of the two media with the help of chemistry.
Valériane Leblond is an artist who originally comes from Quebec but since 2007 she was magnetized by the Welsh diverse and distinctive landscape and settled down there. She has chosen the wood as a main “canvas” of her works and with fine brushes she reproduces in lovely images the pictorial beauty that surrounds her and the traditional way of living of the locals.
Official site – http://www.valeriane-leblond.eu/home.html
I could not help smiling seeing the works of Des Brophy, but reading also their joky titles, I could not longer refrain from laughing. They complement each other perfectly to reveal a palette of cheerful characters inspired from the local society – drunks, sports’ fans, gossips, female competitors for “the guy” or just ordinary men simply enjoying their time in the pubs far from the women presence. The artist imprints in his paintings trivial scenes he is used to see daily, but presents them from the funny side with his humorous vision.
official site – http://desbrophy.bigcartel.com/des-brophy-fine-art
facebook – https://www.facebook.com/DesBrophyFineArt