Art for Dreamers: Brand New Surreal Art on ARTmine
“Surrealism is destructive, but it kills just just what it considers become shackles restricting our eyesight.” – Salvador Dali
The daydreamers among us, the oddballs and “quirky” types: we might not accept your typical portrait or landscape. No, it is melting clocks and tangled limbs for all of us. These unique artworks, all new to ARTmine, will transfer that a world of the unknown where ambitions become reality and reality becomes something altogether brand new.
Lars Korse, Prophet and Flowers
Having struggled with impoverishment and psychological illness, Swedish musician Lars Korse paints with great spirituality and power. “i've offered a name to my model of art, ” states the musician, “Teorealism, which means that Jesus Reality. This art is showing the visible and the hidden, hence your whole reality.”
Oil on Canvas 36″ x 30″ $3000
Larry Greenberg makes use of traditional music to aid him concentrate on “listening” to his paintings while he creates. Along with his surrealistic anatomies and abstract experiences, Greenberg creates a rigorous, mental atmosphere of anxiety, power, and perception.
Acrylic on Canvas 36″ x 48″ $5900
JR Rapier attracts determination from shamanic spirituality as well as through the outside tradition and surroundings in her indigenous Tx, where she still works today. With surrealist qualities, Rapier links the realms of spirituality and nature in tantalizing paintings.
Acrylic & Ink on Canvas 12″ x 16″ 00
“Art is my mirror, ” claims German painter Gerd Rautert. His works tend to be symbolic, iconographic, and spontaneous. He makes use of several elements, like text and figure, to create their final compositions which truly transport the viewer to another realm of understanding.
Oil on Canvas 48″ x 36″ $2000
This piece by Cheryl Pettigrew is a deviation from the woman typical work of landscapes and seascapes. All of the woman work is very spiritual and emotive, but “Making Angels” brings that extra level of surrealism for great influence.
Photograph on art work Paper 26.5″ x 47″ $2200
Cathy Carter examines liquid with its many forms with her photography. Her works tend to be both sensuous and vulnerable, examining humanity’s commitment to liquid. With a manipulation of perception, she abstracts her subjects to a degree, making the woman work more than simply a representation but instead an exploration.
Acrylic on Canvas 36″ x 48″ 00
Sofya Tsvetikova explores an extensive spectral range of principles in her own colorful, energetic, and interesting artworks. She links time and room, countries and folks, with numbers ranging from ab muscles abstract to your highly symbolic.
Acrylic & Oil Pastel on Canvas 48″ x 60″ 00
Joe Dugan’s paintings represent what he calls “my abstract hyper reality.” Dugan’s work frequently incorporates ideas like songs, money, and cultural infrastructure in big, highly-energetic compositions. With much taking place, their works are interesting to decipher.
Oil on Canvas 30.5″ x 21.5″ $2500
“The figures that We have created result from my dreams and thoughts of the universe, ” says painter Zhenia Burnat. An Israeli painter, Burnat makes use of his artwork to explore the legislation of nature and also the limitless nature of the universe and time.
Oil on Canvas 36″ x 48″ $3200
Nancy McLean brings to the girl artwork the influences of art history on a few countries, including Asia, The united kingdomt, France, Italy, Switzerland, and Canada. In her own works, she produces an imaginary world, warm and welcoming, but always with a hidden, deeper meaning.
Pastel on-board 19″ x 29″ $2600
From a bird’s eye view, Matthew J. Peake illustrates an innovative new perspective on familiar tasks. His works blur the line between individuality and team, using repetition and kind to transport just what is a totally “real” scene into the realm of the unique. His works are excitingly realistic, with an additional ‘dreamy’ factor included by using pastels.
Giclee Print in writing 10″ x 8″ $840
The singer Joan Shimabukuro draws from the woman life experiences to generate the very abstract in addition to very symbolic. With great care for outlines and geometric shapes, Shimabukuro creates enchanting globes loaded with meaning and beauty.
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