The photo is not the best but I was impatient to share my last painting with you.
Now seems that I make some happy paintings less dark, more colorful.
Would I be changing? Am I more happy myself? I know one think it’s that I start to move out of my studion and start to go outside look for exhibit my work…Finally
Normally the background is white. Not the best pic I took but its 4am! Im a little bit tired 🙂
I try to let my painting unfinished to brake my hyper-realialistic style. I want to evolve et make a painting looking like a painting not like photo. This I changed a little bit also the colors of the eyes (grey) because of the white background.
But its mean the same. Her soul is stuck by her indifference but the light is around her. Just for her to catch it
What do you think?
I went to Art Basel Miami Beach for the first time last week. It was definitely fun to get an eyeful of the Warhols and Picassos that you’ll probably never see otherwise, because they’re essentially moving from one private collection to another. But, since I’m not really in the market to buy a $20M Jeff Koons, I was less interested in that big convention center hoopla (I did an « intentionally poorly taken iPhone photo » review of that exhibit over at Curator Magazine). Luckily, there are tons of other things going on during Basel, and there’s something for everybody, even in loo options, as evidenced by these:
Also during Basel week there are incredible art fairs showcasing lots of other up-and-coming artists, one-off installations like FAILE & Bast’s vintage video game arcade, memorable parties like this one, and the orgy of street art going on in the Wynwood…