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Dominik Schmitt’s oil and acrylic paintings carry flashes of dark surrealism, clinical diagrams, and a provocative, humorous sensibility.
Whether it’s drawing, acrylic paintings, or ceramic sculptures, the work of John Casey is a strange, often-humorous assault on the viewer.
Andrew Schoultz’s mixed-media explorations of political discourse, cyberspace, and reality itself is part of an exhibition closing these weekend at Hosfelt Gallery in San Francisco.
Cuba-born artist Juan Travieso blends nature and abstraction in his oil and acrylic paintings. From endangered animals to cultural icons, Travieso’s explorations track the changing world by both capturing its beauty and relaying the bleakness of its treatment.
The work of Cezar Berje straddles that difficult line between utterly absorbing and repulsive. In his illustrations, he uses his immense talents with color and detail to create portraits that warrant study.
There’s a tradition in the faceted approach to depicting figures that goes further back than than the pop designs of Tim Biskup or the vibrant multimedia works of Okuda.
The flamboyant, eye-popping works of digital artist Kota Yamaji carry touches of psychedelia and surrealism.
Whether on a wall or canvas, you can feel the influences of pop, graffiti culture, advertising, and both high- and low-brow art in James Reka’s work.
Cuban artist Alexi Torres crafts oil paintings that appear as though they're woven, tethering both contemporary iconography and human subjects.
The intimate paintings of London-based artist Emma Hopkins carry both vulnerability and absorbing detail, as rendered in oil in the artist’s visceral style.
Tanya Schultz creates vibrant, immersive installation art under the moniker Pip & Pop. This month, the artist unveils her U.S.
David Fullarton, simply, makes "pictures with words on them." Yet, despite that simple tagline adorning his site, examination of his mixed-media works yields much more than that.
Jamiyla Lowe’s fantastical, mixed-media illustrations contain both an absorbing morbidity and humor. Her creatures are often unsettling in their ambiguity, often stemming from fictional worlds or plucked from nightmares.
The Vampires Vs. Unicorns (Floor War) Game brings that age-old battle between the the fierce blood snob VAMPIRES and heards of obnoxious UNICORNS to your home.
Mexico City artist Mazatl crafts murals that both implement and emulate the artist's talents in woodcut imagery.
Figurative painter Carl Dobsky creates oil paintings that acknowledge both the history of the form and the contemporary.
Colombia-born illustrator Daniela Gallego crafts intimate, whimsical illustrations that move between the fantastic and the deeply human.
Martin C. Herbst's “Spheres” are transforming, painted faces on stainless steel spheres, seemingly shifting expressions as viewers move the sphere or their perspectives.
Los Angeles artist Anthony Ausgang has long brought both humor, wit, and vibrancy to Lowbrow, moving between a fine art practice and commercial work.
Amanda Grieve's oil paintings contain both conversations about gender and the history of art itself. Using feminine iconography and abstraction, she injects intrigue into her realistic works while maintaining a consistent elegance and absorbing quality.