From the Richard J. Demato Gallery website: My work is almost always figurative. It’s just what I find most interesting. And challenging. […] I paint people because I have always had a serious addiction to watching people. I try to get that feel in my paintings. As if I am just watching people doing everyday things in my work. I love the subtle ways that a single brush stroke can create such subtleties in facial […]
Nicola Samorì currently has an ongoing exhibition at the Ana Cristea Gallery in New York City, ending on June 23rd, 2012. Born in 1977 in Forlì, Italia, Nicola Samorì has lived and worked in Bagnacavallo for most of his life. His first solo exhibition was in 2005 at the Palazzo Pretorio in Certaldo, entitled Seven… everything goes to hell. Since then he has shown almost everywhere in Italy, mainly Milan, and several times in Germany. Though […]
“I have had a long-standing interest in the human form. The placing of a solitary figure or a mysterious group in the landscape provides a focal point and adds a narrative aspect to the work. These pieces often have a magical, fairytale quality and can leave the viewer with more questions than answers.” Daniel Ablitt’s official website
Liverpool-born Bill Bate is a graduate from the London Central School of Art – now known and famous as the Central Saint Martins. His nude paintings have an extraordinary life of its own, conveying light and movement in such a natural yet surreal way you forget you’re looking at a painting and not daydreaming instead. You can browse most of his work on his official website.
Acrylic paintings by Nuremberg-born artist Werner Knaupp. Visit his official website for the rest of his amazingly wide range of work (the Krematorium series is particularly beautiful).