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  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media – “Marqué” Mixed media – h. 55 cm
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media – “Indoor Secret” 2014 – Mixed media
  • Stroff Denis – Mixed media sculpture
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures Mixed Media Art
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media
  • “Getting out the Pitt” – mixed media sculpture, Stroff Denis
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media – portrait artiste

Stroff Denis – Mixed media sculptures

Stroff Denis – Mixed media sculptures (Belgique)
Sculptures, technique mixte : Bois, papier, papier mâché, acrylique, coton, lin, ficelle.

Poétiques, macabres et dérangeantes, les sculptures de Stroff, artiste autodidacte.

Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media

(voir aussi les sculptures mixed-media de Sabrina Gruss)

  • Kazuki Takamatsu – beautiful paintings -2009 – 1620 × 1620mm
  • Kazuki Takamatsu – beautiful paintings monochroma
  • Kazuki Takamatsu – beautiful paintings monochroma
  • Kazuki Takamatsu – beautiful souls  monochromatic paintings
  • Kazuki Takamatsu – beautiful paintings
  • Kazuki Takamatsu – beautiful paintings-2009 – 530 × 455mm
  • Kazuki Takamatsu – beautiful paintings monochroma
  • Kazuki Takamatsu – beautiful paintings -2009 – 1620 × 1940mm
  • Kazuki Takamatsu – beautiful paintings monochroma
  • Kazuki Takamatsu – beautiful paintings – Japan
  • Kazuki Takamatsu – beautiful paintings – Japan
  • Kazuki Takamatsu – beautiful paintings – flowers
  • Kazuki Takamatsu – beautiful paintings – city woman
  • Kazuki Takamatsu – beautiful paintings – child
  • Kazuki Takamatsu – beautiful monochromatic paintings2
  • Kazuki Takamatsu – beautiful monochromatic paintings1
  • Kazuki Takamatsu – beautiful monochromatic paintings
  • Kazuki Takamatsu – beautiful paintings monochroma
  • Kazuki Takamatsu – beautiful paintings – exhibition
  • Kazuki Takamatsu – beautiful paintings monochroma
  • Kazuki Takamatsu – beautiful paintings monochroma
  • Kazuki Takamatsu – portrait

Kazuki Takamatsu, culture 3D et graphisme japonais traditionnel

Kazuki Takamatsu, culture 3D et graphisme japonais traditionnel. (Japon)
Une atmosphère d’êtres irréels, lolitas fantomatiques.

Kazuki Takamatsu - beautiful paintings monochroma

  • Safwan Dahoul – Syrian painter – Acrylic on canvas8
  • Safwan Dahoul – Syrian painter – Acrylic on canvas7
  • Safwan Dahoul – Syrian painter – Acrylic on canvas6
  • Safwan Dahoul – Syrian painter – Acrylic on canvas5
  • Safwan Dahoul – Syrian painter – Acrylic on canvas4
  • Safwan Dahoul – Syrian painter – Acrylic on canvas3
  • Safwan Dahoul – Syrian painter – Acrylic on canvas2
  • Safwan Dahoul – Syrian painter – Acrylic on canvas

Contemporain Syrian art Safwan Dahoul

Contemporain Syrian art Safwan Dahoul.
Born in 1961 in Hama, Syria, Safwan Dahoul lives and works in Dubai.

 

Safwan Dahoul - Syrian painter - Acrylic on canvas

Safwan Dahoul explores the corporal and psychological effects of alienation, solitude, and longing that punctuate the human experience at various stages in life. Partly autobiographical, his ongoing Dream series utilises the formal properties of painting to recreate the subconscious sense of enclosure that surfaces during times of crisis, whether in mourning, estrangement, or political conflict. Dahoul’s recurring female protagonist facilitates this visceral encounter through her contorted body, often-vacant eyes, and minimised yet monumental physicality. Frequently depicted in the confinement of ambiguous settings, she is invariably defined by architectural details and the placement of interior accents such as a table or chair, deepening the state of her disaffection, as even the familiar becomes a site of distress.  (source : ayyamgallery.com)

  • Hubert de Lartigue – Cassandra – Acrylique sur toile -200×200
  • Hubert de Lartigue – Poppy – Acrylique sur toile -200×200
  • Hubert de Lartigue – Luh – Acrylique sur toile
  • Hubert de Lartigue – Kiss – Acrylique sur toile -60×81
  • Hubert de Lartigue – portrait

HyperRealism paintings with Hubert de Lartigue

HyperRealism paintings with Hubert de Lartigue (FR). French painter and illustrator. Acrylic on canvas.
Portraits, Nudes and details.

Hubert de Lartigue - Poppy - Acrylique sur toile -200x200

“The portrait is a classic theme in the world of painting. However, I try to create elements of surprise in each of my portraits, the way I crop them, the expression or the attitude of the models. But the power of the portrait lies above all in the look of the model, which is unique each time. All I have to do is underline the strength and the intensity.”

  • James Guppy – An Embrace of Swallows  – 2012  acrylic on linen  120 x 180 cm
  • James Guppy – fallen angel
  • James Guppy – The Offering – 2010 acrylic on linen 137 x 92 cm
  • James Guppy – Miscreants burden -2012  acrylic on linen  137 x 92 cm
  • James Guppy – Mazeppa – 2010 acrylic on linen 122 x 92 cm
  • James Guppy – Death and the Maiden – 2010 acrylic on linen 183 x 122 cm
  • James Guppy – Dakini- 2012 acrylic on linen  180 x 90 cm
  • James Guppy – Paintings

Narrative paintings of James Guppy

Narrative paintings of James Guppy, born in London (1954). Live and work in Australia.

James Guppy - Paintings

Guppy’s powerful and enigmatic narrative-based paintings travelled to eleven different locations in Australia in a national solo touring survey show (2009 – 11). Throughout his career, Guppy’s subject matter has varied from surreal moments, scenes of suspense, explosion clouds, formidable women and anthropomorphic beings, all executed with a refined and intelligent approach, appearing both dramatic and lifelike.

  • Becky Grismer – sculpture Host
  • Becky Grismer – sculpture New Skin
  • Becky Grismer – sculpture New Skin
  • Becky Grismer – sculpture New Skin3
  • Becky Grismer – sculpture New Skin3
  • Becky Grismer – sculpture roots

Becky Grismer Art

Becky Grismer Art – sculptures, watercolor & acrylics (USA)

Becky Grismer - sculpture New Skin

Becky Grismer – sculpture New Skin

Sculptures New Skin is part of a series of tree bark figures that are meant to represent some of the individual characteristics shared by trees and humans. New Skin III represents the common characteristic of both trees and humans naturally exfoliating their skin. The sculpture is made entirely from birch and hickory shag bark. Both are trees that naturally shed their bark or “skin”.

 

  • Eric Lacombe – mixed media painting
  • Eric Lacombe – mixed media painting
  • Eric Lacombe – mixed media paintings
  • P124 – Eric Lacombe – Peintures
  • Eric Lacombe  – Sans titre 130 – 80 x 100 cm | Digital painting
  • Eric Lacombe – mixed media paintings
  • Eric Lacombe – wip painting
  • Eric Lacombe PC031 : 50 x 65 cm : Octobre 2013
  • Eric Lacombe – AN018 : 50 x 65 cm : acrylic and pen on paper / 2014
  • Eric Lacombe – portrait
  • Eric lacombe – peinture corbeau macabre

anormalité selon Eric Lacombe

Anormalité selon Eric Lacombe, Au regard des profondeurs de l’âme. Né en 1968, vit à Lyon.
Artiste peintre et digital painting.

Eric Lacombe - AN018 : 50 x 65 cm : acrylic and pen on paper / 2014

Eric Lacombe – AN018 : 50 x 65 cm : acrylic and pen on paper / 2014

EXPOSITION
Novembre/Décembre 2013 – LE 59 RIVOLI – Paris (France)
“La Cave” – exposition collective avec H.R Giger, john santerineross, Karl Persson. Nihil, …

  • Benjamin Carbonne
  • Benjamin Carbonne – peintures acryliques
  • Benjamin Carbonne – peintures
  • oeuvres Benjamin Carbonne – peintures

Corps & Ame de Benjamin Carbonne

Corps & Ame de Benjamin Carbonne,  Artiste peintre, performer

Parti de l’étude purement plastique de l’Homme, Benjamin Carbonne peint l’histoire de ses personnages. Chacune de ses peintures porte en elle un héritage qu’il s’attache à révéler dans les visages, les corps, la chair. Ne rendant compte avec précision que d’un détail -un bras, un buste, un regard- qui porterait en lui les traces de ce qui l’a construit.
Ses récentes recherches sur la relation entre peinture et photographie l’ont mené vers l’étude du mouvement et sa dissociation. Prendre le corps dans l’instant de sa course et, par une seule représentation, voir la progression dans son ensemble. Chaque position marque un état de transition. Déposé sur la surface de la toile, mobile, en marche, le corps s’élance librement sur l’axe du temps et de l’espace. Par sa démarche, Benjamin Carbonne nous montre ce présent que l’on ne peut pas voir, il choisit des gestes, des instantanés qui suggèrent le mouvement de toute une vie.

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  • La songeuse – huile sur toile -130x162cm – Peinture Corinne Brenner
  • Corinne Brenner – Petit Dejeuner Velours
  • Corinne Brenner – Petit Dejeuner
  • Julie aime beaucoup les tartes aux cerises – Acrylique sur toile – 81x65cm
  • Peinture corinne brenner
  • Peinture huile et acrylique Corinne Brenner
  • la liseuse – corinne-brenner
  • Serie julie – corinne brenner
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  • “Julie le matin” – Huile sur toile (100x100cm) – Corinne Brenner
  • La fille à l’ordinateur n°2 / Acrylique sur carton / Corinne Brenner

Peintures de Corinne Brenner

Peintures de Corinne Brenner. (FR)
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