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  • Troy Brooks, Love bugs – Oil on canvas
  • Troy Brooks, Water Lily – Oil on canvas
  • Troy Brooks, Sacrifice – Oil on canvas
  • Troy Brooks, Mother Goddamn – oil on canvas
  • Troy Brooks, Gravity Of Regret – Oil on canvas
  • Troy Brooks, Caligula – Oil on canvas
  • Troy Brooks, Between The boys and the Bees, painting oil
  • Troy Brooks, Sketchbook

Troy Brooks, Beautiful surrealist paintings

Troy Brooks, Beautiful surrealist paintings. (CA)

Troy Brooks is a contemporary surrealist painter known for his elaborate oil paintings dominated by towering women enveloped in a landscape of visual metaphor. His heroine plays out intimate scenes, usually caught in moments where something transformative has or is about to happen. Brooks’ impact on the pop-surrealist movement is widely recognized, exhibiting work in Canada, the US and Europe. He lives in Toronto. (Source Facebook)

 

Troy Brooks, Caligula - Oil on canvas

Troy Brooks, Caligula – Oil on canvas



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  • Mono Cieza Sculptor – Para encontrar el camino II, 2018
  • Mono Cieza Sculptor, Para encontrar el camino II, 2018
  • Mono Cieza Sculptor – Secretas Nostalgias, 2017
  • Mono Cieza Sculptor – Secretas Nostalgias, 2017
  • Mono Cieza Sculptor – SCULPTURE
  • Mono Cieza Sculptor – Nature of Senses, 2017
  • Mono Cieza Sculptor – Cierra los ojos para encontrar el camino, 2016

Mono Cieza Pop surrealiste sculpture artiste

Mono Cieza Pop surrealiste sculpture artiste, résident à Barcelone (né en Argentine). Il emploie différentes techniques pour donner vie à ses sculptures : hybrid mi-animal mi-homme, humain déguisé aux allures mystiques…

Pour la plupart, ses sculptures sont faites en résine et peintes.

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Mono Cieza, Pop surrealist sculpture artist, resident artist in Barcelona born in Argentina, uses several techniques to capture his popsurrealist universe, in which animals, the mystical, the supernatural, the worlds and not worlds, the oneiric, unite to give body to sculpture.

Mono Cieza Sculptor - Cierra los ojos para encontrar el camino, 2016

Mono Cieza Sculptor – Cierra los ojos para encontrar el camino, 2016

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  • Nel-14512 sculptures – Cri du coeur 2016
  • Nel-14512 sculptures – Cri du coeur 2016
  • Nel-14512 sculptures
  • Nel-14512 sculptures
  • Nel-14512 sculptures
  • Nel-14512 sculptures – Réchauffement climatique – polymer-Laque-Aérographe-epoxy
  • Nel-14512 sculptures – Réchauffement climatique – polymer-Laque-Aérographe-epoxy1
  • Nel-14512 sculptures – Mea Culpa – Polymer-laque-Aérographe
  • Nel-14512 sculptures – Le temps de réflexion 2014 – Assemblage-verre-graines
  • Nel-14512 sculptures – L’air du temps 2014
  • Nel-14512 sculptures – L’air du temps 2014
  • Nel-14512 sculpture – Complexe commercial 2014 – Plâtre-Polymer
  • Nel-14512 sculpture – Complexe commercial 2014 – Plâtre-Polymer
  • Nel-14512 sculptures – PORTRAIT

Nel-14512 sculptures

Nel-14512 sculptures – (née à Etterbeek en 1986) Depuis 2003 sa vie se déroule dans la cité ardente (Liège).

Nel-14512 sculpture - Complexe commercial 2014 - Plâtre-Polymer

Nel-14512 sculpture – Complexe commercial 2014 – Plâtre-Polymer

“Elle cultive un style figuratif, mais est profondément attachée au surréalisme dont elle est la porte parole depuis plusieurs années déjà. 
Le choc visuel produit par la juxtaposition d’images ou d’objets incongrus, agencés dans une production signifiante, sont l’un des fondement de la poétique surréaliste et la base de ses recherches.
Elle cherche une expression philosophique qui bouscule les idées figées donnant naissance à une logique engendrée de l’illogique.”

  • Ivan Prieto – Surreal sculptures
  • Ivan Prieto – Surreal sculptures
  • Ivan Prieto – Surreal sculptures – ICARUS. Wroclaw 2014
  • Ivan Prieto – Surreal sculptures
  • Ivan Prieto – Surreal sculptures – INFLATABLES 2014
  • Ivan Prieto – Surreal sculptures – ICARUS. Wroclaw 2014
  • Ivan Prieto – Surreal sculptures
  • Ivan Prieto – Surreal sculptures – ICARUS. Wroclaw 2014
  • Ivan Prieto – Surreal sculptures
  • Ivan Prieto – Sculptures
  • Ivan Prieto – Sculptures ceramic surrealiste
  • Ivan Prieto – Portrait sculpteur

Surreal Sculptures Iván Prieto

Surreal Sculptures Iván Prieto (Germany)

Ivan Prieto - Sculptures ceramic surrealiste

Ivan Prieto – Sculptures ceramic surrealiste

  • Mark Ryden – virgin and child painting
  • Mark Ryden – painting
  • Mark Ryden – Queen Bee 2013
  • Mark Ryden – Porcelain Meat Cart
  • Mark Ryden – Aurora painting
  • Mark Ryden – Aurora painting

L’univers pop surréaliste de Mark Ryden

L’univers pop surréaliste de Mark Ryden. (USA / born January 20, 1963)

Blending themes of pop culture with techniques reminiscent of the old masters, Mark Ryden has created a singular style that blurs the traditional boundaries between high and low art. His work first garnered attention in the 1990s when he ushered in a new genre of painting, “Pop Surrealism”, dragging a host of followers in his wake. Ryden has trumped the initial surrealist strategies by choosing subject matter loaded with cultural connotation. Ryden’s vocabulary ranges from cryptic to cute, treading a fine line between nostalgic cliché and disturbing archetype. Seduced by his infinitely detailed and meticulously glazed surfaces, the viewer is confronted with the juxtaposition of the childhood innocence and the mysterious recesses of the soul. A subtle disquiet inhabits his paintings; the work is achingly beautiful as it hints at darker psychic stuff beneath the surface of cultural kitsch. In Ryden’s world cherubic girls rub elbows with strange and mysterious figures. Ornately carved frames lend the paintings a baroque exuberance that adds gravity to their enigmatic themes. 

Mark Ryden - Aurora painting

Mark Ryden – Aurora painting

  • Juri Jakovenko – Illustrations aquarelle
  • Juri Jakovenko – Illustrations aquarelle
  • Juri Jakovenko – Illustrations aquarelle
  • Juri Jakovenko – Illustrations aquarelle
  • Juri Jakovenko – Illustrations aquarelle / Dry point -Myths
  • Juri Jakovenko – Illustrations aquarelle / Dry point -Myths
  • Juri Jakovenko – Illustrations aquarelle / Dry point -Myths
  • Juri Jakovenko – Illustrations aquarelle / Dry point -Myths
  • Juri Jakovenko – Illustrations aquarelle / Dry point -Myths
  • Juri Jakovenko – Illustrations aquarelle / Dry point -Myths
  • Juri Jakovenko – Illustrations aquarelle / Dry point -Myths
  • Juri Jakovenko – Illustrations aquarelle / Dry point
  • Juri Jakovenko – Illustrations aquarelle / Dry point
  • Juri Jakovenko – Illustrations aquarelle / Dry point   – portrait

Surrealistic Fine ART of Juri Jakovenko

Surrealistic Fine ART of Juri Jakovenko, born in Belarus in 1965. In 1992 he graduated from the Academy of Art in Minsk. Since 1994 he is member of Belarus Art Union and in 2001 he began teaching at the Academy of Art in Minsk.

Juri Jakovenko - Illustrations aquarelle

Juri Jakovenko – Illustrations aquarelle

The biography of Juri Jakovenko reflects the historic peculiarities of its time dynamism, mobility, communicativeness and at the same time devotion to the native land. He was born in 1965 in Russia, grew up in Belarusian Grodna, studied in Minsk and then returned to Grodna to live and to work. Not being originally Belarusian he became one by character, world outlook, spirit and always emphasized his belonging to Belarusian culture.

Choosing a profession was not an issue for Jakovenko, as the atmosphere of creative work was always present in his family: great grandfather, grandfather, father were fond of drawing. Creative energy accumulated with generations was fully expressed in Juri. When he was fourteen he knew exactly that art was precisely graphics for him. Juri graduated from Belarusian Academy of Arts. This education was classical, it consciously formed the future artist, made the basis of professionalism, helped to express individuality. The first exhibition in 1988 when the works of the student were presented on the republican level can be considered the beginning of creative biography of Jakovenko.

Artistic distinctiveness of this artist was formed gradually: the problem of individuality for him is a problem of creative growth, continuous search and coming over oneself. Having tried different graphic materials and techniques the artist had chosen for himself very laborious techniques etching, mezzotint and aquatint.

Juri Jakovenko is a very intellectual and sophisticated artist. He likes to create series of gravures united with personally significant topics: “Archipelago”, “Signs”, “Alchemy”, “Runes”. He is attracted by the past where he searches for values harmonic to his world vision. Various historic cultural phenomena appearances of different cultures, epochs and civilizations trigger creating reflections of personal ideas. The artist firmly combines cultural signs, symbols and myths and creates his own world through his own perception.

Different artistic traditions are found in creative work of jakovenko which makes it difficult to refer him to a definite trend of contemporary art. His work is related to European medieval miniature and Bosch mystics, surrealism and symbolism, national traditions of Sarmatian portrait and historicism. The easiest way is to relate his work to postmodernism, though this unified notion doesn’t really reflect its essence. The artist is so original that for now it is impossible to find the right definition. Combining the best national and European cultural traditions the graphics of Juri Jakovenko creates the image of contemporary Belarusian art.

Sviatlana Yanchalouskaya,
Doctor of Philosophy
Translated by Sergey Burlyka (Source : Epreuvedartiste.be)

  • Piia Lehti – rakastan / symbolic surrealiste art
  • Piia Lehti – sydamella / symbolic surrealiste art
  • Piia Lehti – Siivet kantaa / symbolic surrealiste art
  • Piia Lehti – sina olet koko maailma / symbolic surrealiste art
  • Piia Lehti – merenneito_piialehti / symbolic surrealiste art
  • Piia Lehti – Meri minussa – 2013 / symbolic surrealiste art
  • Piia Lehti – Artist – Ajatuksen vapaus : Freedom of Thought, 2013
  • piia lehti – metsan sylissa / symbolic surrealiste art
  • piia lehti / symbolic surrealiste art
  • Piia Lehti – ystävänneuvo/ symbolic surrealiste art
  • Piia Lehti – metsansylissa / symbolic surrealiste art

Surrealistic Fine Art by Piia Lehti

Surrealistic Fine Art by Piia Lehti uses mainly different intaglio printing techniques. Her motifs come from a world where the reality overlaps with dreams. People have often changed roles with animals, and their surrealistic environment is full of surprises. The cosiness of Lehtis prints originates from the slightly shabby lines and landscapes, which are comfortably worn out. The pictures reflect the life experienced and lived in different corners of the world. (Finlande)

piia lehti - metsan sylissa / symbolic surrealiste art

piia lehti – metsan sylissa / symbolic surrealiste art

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Surrealistic Fine Art by Piia Lehti, elle utilise principalement des techniques d’impressions mixtes. Son univers revele un monde où la réalité se superpose aux rêves. Les gens se changent en animaux de maniere symboliques et surréalistes, d’une grande finesse où le lien avec la nature est omniprésente. J’aime vraiment l’ambiance et le traitement de ses créations.

  • Santiago CARUSO – Portrait of a Crime
  • Santiago CARUSO – poete maudit
  • Santiago Caruso – la morte amoureuse
  • Santiago Caruso – mandragora
  • Santiago Caruso Mandragora (detail)
  • Santiago CARUSO – Portrait of a Crime tableau
  • Santiago CARUSO – Doomed man
  • Santiago Caruso – Aracne illustration
  • Santiago CARUSO – Wunder Khammer

Santiago Caruso, Symbolist and surreal artist

Santiago Caruso est un artiste surrealiste argentin né en 1982. D’inspiration fantastique et poétique noire, ses œuvres ont été publiées dans de nombreux magazines. Il participe activement à la Beinart Surreal Art Collective et est exposé dans de nombreuses galeries et musée en Argentine, aux USA, Mexique, Slovaquie ou encore en Espagne. ///

Santiago Caruso, Symbolist and surreal artist (Argentine), of an avant-garde concept but rooted in the nineteenth century’ s aesthetic. His work stands out both for the vigor of its poetry as well as for its technique.

Santiago CARUSO - Portrait of a Crime

Santiago CARUSO – Portrait of a Crime

Between 2005 and 2011, he published his art on the mythical magazine Caras y Caretas. He has also make book covers for Tartarus Press, Nightshade Books, Miskatonic River Press,White Wolf Publishing, Random House Mondadori, Planeta, Páginas de Espuma, Cántaro and Sudamericana, among others. Also, he has created the visual concept of music albums of different bands from America and Europe.

He is an active member of the Beinart Surreal Art Collective participating in their exhibitions. The work of Caruso, is well represented in the galleries and museums of Buenos Aires,
USA, Mexico, Slovakia and Spain.

  • Steven DaLuz – Becoming, oil
  • Steven DaLuz – Descent -oil and metal leaf on panel
  • Steven DaLuz – Still oil, 2011
  • Steven DaLuz – Odyssey – 2009
  • Steven DaLuz – Coalesce – 2008
  • Steven DaLuz – Window, oil
  • Steven DaLuz – selfportrait
  • Steven DaLuz1
  • Steven DaLuz2

Dans la lumiere de Steven DaLuz…

Dans la lumiere de Steven DaLuz… ambiances angéliques et surréalistes.
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