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Artist Recognition: Sergio Albiac

Sergio is a virtual artist which uses traditional media and generative computer code.

“Beauty, contradictions, the illusion of control in a world much governed by randomness and the elusive nature of emotions are recurring ideas in my work.” Here’s some work that he offers:

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Here’s what Sergio says about himself: Read the rest of this entry

Artist Recognition: Elke Memmler

You can view more work here. Or you can join the artist on Facebook. And of course visit the official page of Elke Memmler. Read the rest of this entry

Artist Recognition: Sergey Larenkov

Former Marine pilot, and now photographer Sergey Larenkov creates stunning collages, combining photographs of cities during World War II with their modern pictures taken with the same camera angles. odGwnNgQURM

Most of Sergey’s work is devoted to the siege of Leningrad (Saint-Petersburg, Russia), but in his collection there are pictures of Moscow, Berlin, Prague, Vienna and Paris. Read the rest of this entry

Artist Recognition: Robert Buelteman

Hello dear friends and readers!

It’s been a while since I’ve presented a new artist, so here’s Robert Buelteman’s electric flowers:

You can read about Robert on his personal website. Read the rest of this entry

Artist Recognition: Jean-Baptiste Valadie

Jean-Baptiste VALADIE was born on 29th December 1933 in Brive (Corrèze -France).
He is graduate by the National School of Art.

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Artist Recognition: Jean Marc Janiaczyk

Jean-Marc JANIACZYK was born in 1966 (Douai, FRANCE), he’s a Self-taught artist, he paint landscape of Provence; sunflowers, lavenders, poppies, olive trees….

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Artist Recognition: Brian M. Viveros

Brian is internationally embraced for his erotic paintings and illustrations: Read the rest of this entry

Artist Recognition: Peihang Huang

Here are some of the fantastic oil paintings of Peihang Huang. This Taiwanese artist based in Taipei has already exhibited her works many times. I have to admit her style is unique and her universe is also uncommon. She quickly moves from colorful portraits to morbid dolls. Read the rest of this entry

Artist Recognition: Molly Brill

Molly Brill is a twenty-something-years old girl, and an artist who is “…artist in search of a moment.” She uses charcoal, acrylics, watercolor and watercolor pencils to make these breathtaking portraits. Read the rest of this entry

Artist Recognition: Koukei Kojima

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Koukei Kojima is a Japanese artist, who is dedicated to his country and its beauty. He tends to draw nature, all four seasons at random, and captures all the smallest details. His style is called Sansui. The word san means yama (mountains), sui means mizu (river).x_d48b450b

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