Aziz Anzabi (@aziz1349)
Aziz Anzabi, original from Iran and London based, focus his art in sculpture and painting. Anzabi’s art have as main concept myths and rituals. Exploring these aspects and aiming for an unconscious emotional state within the viewer, Anzabi art takes form in both figurative and abstract styles. ”My ultimate goal is to have the viewer feeling a sense of familiarity with the work, a sense of having experienced this before.”
He uses new continuity to potential collections of art to bring together a new concept .Originated from Iran.
Aziz Anzabi's art describes a fantasy that shelters the individual in order to lead him throughout life. With strong surreal influe
Location: London, United Kingdom
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dgar MT (@edgarmt)
Im a visual artist, illustrator and art director from Guadalajara, México.
Available for collaborations and commissions: firstname.lastname@example.org
I'm a self taught portrait painter residing in California. I'm currently working on a 100+ mini forever painting project focusing on subjects in art, film, nature, music & truth seekers.
Yvonne McClement (@parkerandloulou)
artist & decorative painter
Joseph Shaeffer (@josephshaeffer)
Idea as material
You will find me observing from the periphery and the in-between places
Taylor White (@taylurk)
Self-identified artist. Fashionably on time.
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Emma Andrews (@emmaandrewspainter)
Painter, living in London.
Hildegarde Handsaeme (@hildegardehandsaeme)
Her work is very personal and shows that art in se has no boundaries, is not subject to strict laws, is unseizable and difficult to put into words.
Artist Joey DeRuy (@joeyderuy)
Raised in both Montana and Kenya, self-taught painter Joey DeRuy has forged a specific, line-driven, figurative style all his own. His work combines the playfulness of late 20th Century street art with the geometric, African-inspired abstraction of Cubism, often with witty references to pop culture and geographic places.
Gershon Kreimer (@gershonkreimer)
In my search for visual forms, I consolidate the exchange between my personal gaze as an artist, and the narrative contained within the subject. What I look for in this narrative is the representation of not only a catharsis, but also the revelation of a hidden identity. It is not the pose, product of training or repetition.
My method is simple: to stimulate irrationality in gestures, in pauses, and in poses. It is almost the same process as with a performance, but above all, it is the final result of automatism. The pauses in my latest installments of Void reflect the absence of control or its natural opposite; control in
Mikkel Rundin Ørsted (@mikkelorsted)
Student at the Royal Danish art Academy
Live and work in Copenhagen
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