New York, NY fine artist Josh Dorman #artistaday
Josh Dorman is a collector of maps, manuals, textbooks that predate photography, and generally ‘paper that has lived a life and shows its age’. He is compelled to paint by systems he does not understand and information that has lost its relevance. Likewise, he paints to see things that would not otherwise exist. His greatest artistic inspirations including Klee, Redon, Turner, and Breughel. Chinese ink landscapes do not feel distant or ancient to him but ever-present, and Dorman finds it…
Valium - Damien Hirst - WikiArt.org
‘Valium’ was created by Damien Hirst in Neo-Pop Art style. Find more prominent pieces of abstract at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.
John Caple - John Martin Gallery
John Caple was born in 1966. He is entirely self-taught and as untroubled by contemporary art as he is unbothered by academic training and his work requires neither. In the twentieth century the folk tradition was often confused with naïve art, yet an important distinction exists between the two and that distinction in many ways … Continued