Tuesday, May 3, 2011

OH SNAP! I almost forgot.

I had to make and informational site of class and here it is. Tell me what you think. IF you want to I guess.

Arturo S.

JKB Fletcher: Up close.

Here we go again kiddies! Yet another photorealist. I really enjoy the way Fletcher activates the picture plain. Extreme cropping and beautiful colors push the viewer into the scene. I really enjoy how personal the works are. You can check out the rest of his stuff here. Check it out and envy it.

Arturo S.

Monday, April 18, 2011

Pedro Campos: Rey de Hyper.

By the best technical painter EVER! At least I think so. His skill is mind-blowing. His color choice in his compositions are untouchable. I can't imagine how many hours go into his work. I love them. I love everything about all of his paintings. Hopefully I can reach this level some day. Check him out here.

Arturo S.

Monday, March 28, 2011

My Print site.

I almost forgot I built a website for a class and I'd like to know what you guys think.

Check it out here.

Arturo S.

Glennray Tutor: Childhood Memories

Glennray Tutor a photorealist born in 1950 in Kennett, Missouri. Tutor's work shows us the colorful world of childhood. Tutor's use of bright colors and subject matter bring a sense of nostalgia. The subject matter is easily understood by all viewers and is fun to look at. Enjoy the examples and check out his site!

Arturo S.

Monday, February 28, 2011

Cath Riley: Flesh Studies

Sorry it took so long for me to put anything up, but I think that this next artist will fill the void.
Here we have Cath Riley her drawing are awe-inspiring as well as elegant and soft.
I read about her a few years ago and forgot how impressive she is until I stumbled on her a couple days ago. Cath takes the beauty of skin and gives it a dramatic and appealing vision.
I really appreciate her sense of composition and the elegance of her values. Great artist and amazing skill.

Arturo S.

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Richard Estes: ... another photorealist.

I know you guys might be sick of this but I'm going to do it anyway. What we have here is the artwork of Richard Estes. His incredible attention to detail and his impressive knowledge of light logic is something to be envied. I was stumbling when I came across him and thought that this would be a very appropriate choice for my blog. These made me very happy. Enjoy.

Arturo S.