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Matthew Davis

Matthew Davis was born in Colchester, England, in 1969 but currently living and creating in Berlin, Germany. To create those stunning artwork he is using brush, he lets oil paint drip onto a canvas to form small pools of color. Whole process needs a time each pool needs to dry for several days before Matthew can add another layer. No Doubt this relatively unique working process that demands patience has incredible result,  a dense, multi-dimensional surface. His work has been exhibited across the United Kingdom and in Berlin. pictures from: artistaday.com, thisiscolossal.com, thebeautifulist.com, ignant.de,...


Scottish Landscapes by Scott Naismith

This Glasgow- based artist takes an inspiration from surrounding him Scottish landscapes. His paintings are interpretation of the skies, land, and sea before him as beautiful streaks of color. To create those multi-layered melody of color that expressed his love his native countryside,  he is using multi-sized brushes and various palette knives. Those multiple tools allows him to create texture and visual effect. As he explain colors that are often present in his work re artistic renditions of light peeking through the clouds : "After 10 years of paying the...


Andrew Salgado – masculinity

Although he mostly paints figures from the shoulders up, he prefers not to call them portraits. This Canadian artist in his artwork show subject of masculinity and identity. Because of his sexual orientation Andrew was severely beaten, what had a large influence on his creativity. After this attack his paintings took more political tone.  Painter in admitted an interview, that  in addition to the tangibility and impermanence of the human body he also tries to show its fragility.  Salgado's intention is to attract viewers attention and persuade to consider what is on the painting...

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