I am a painter.
I'm 27 years old and of Laotian nationality. More about me: I fell in love with art since I was a child. Art has always been my strong subject at school. Sailor moon was my first inspiration to draw manga style. I have not posted my old works yet -- perhaps another day. Secondly, Final Fantasy (VII-VIII-X-XII-XIII) was my inspiration for digital art and fantasy characters. Recently, I have been in love with photography. I have a thirst for improvement. Hobby: I spend most of my time on online forums (mostly about One Piece), read manga online, do photography, drawing, watching anime and watch Asian drama. You can also follow me at http://aki001.deviantart.com Thank you for stopping by and have a nice day!Oct 30th, 2007
My name is Rick Corbett. I am a graphite and colored pencil portrait artist. I am a self-taught artist. I am also a member of the Woburn Guild of Artists. I am inspired not only by other artists but from life itself. I am inspired by people, textures, smells, sounds, all my senses seem to come alive when I draw. My drawings take me on an artistic journey of self discovery. I feel my soul awaken when I draw. GOD has given me a gift and it's a gift I hope to use to bring people closer together. It's a gift I hope to use to capture the beauty that's in this World. I don't want my drawings to simply be pictures drawn on pieces of paper - I want my drawings to be a celebration of life. My portraits are like my children. I created them and I'm proud of them. I hope to change the way people "see" each other. Everyone is special in their own special way. People trul inspire me. I love to learn about people, I love to learn backgrounds, traditions, and cultures. I think this is why I became a portrait artist, it just seemed natural to me. I believe that every person is beautiful and I hope to bring out that beauty in each portrait I draw. I hope to bring out the person's soul. I thank GOD everyday for the gift HE has given me. It's a gift that I hope to use to bring people closer together. It's one I hope to bring everyone's inner beauty out. It's one that I hope to make us all learn something about ourselves. It's a gift I hope that will bring a smile to someone's face or bring joy in someone's life.Mar 13th, 2012
http://www.facebook.com/christopherohoski Born in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, Christopher O'Hoski studied art history, painting, drawing, design and arts education at Sheridan College, the Dundas Valley School of Art. O'Hoski primary creates his work using Acrylic and Oil, but still finds favour in using Watercolour. To date, Christopher has exhibited in New York, Montréal, London, Los Angeles, Washington and Toronto - while recently being published in International Contemporary Artists Volumes I, II, III & IV (textbooks) out of New York and Greece. Chris was also featured in Living Artists of Today Vol. I., published in March of 2012. O'Hoski's work is held in many private collection in North America, Europe and Australia. Chris' work, like many artists, is a process of growth. With a love for Chiaroscuro, O'Hoski's paintings often feature dramatic lighting, and emotional representation. Three of Chris' series, Hypnagogia, The Twelve Steps to Immortality and Spatial Traditions have often been described as “moody and stark”, while being subtle. Né au Hamilton Ontario, Canada, Christopher O'Hoski a étudié en histoire de l'art, peinture, dessin, design, et l'enseignement artistique au Collège Sheridan, l'École d'Art Dundas Valley et le Conservatoire Royal. Christopher peint essentiellement en acryliques et en huiles, mais se trouve souvent inspiré par l’aquarelle. Christopher a exposé à New York, Montréal, London, Los Angeles, Washington and Toronto. Récemment, sont travail a été représenté dans le manuel International : Contemporary Artists Vol. I, II, III & IV ,publié en Athènes, Grèce.Mar 31st, 2010
Lowbrow is a widespread populist art movement with origins in the underground comix world, punk music, hot-rod street culture, and other subcultures. Lowbrow art often has a sense of humor - sometimes the humor is gleeful, sometimes impish, and sometimes it is a sarcastic comment. The single most common tactic that Lowbrow artists employ is to poke fun at convention. They know the "rules" of art, and consciously choose not to abide by them. If the test of time for legitimacy (as an artistic movement) means that Lowbrow speaks/spoke, in visual terms, to the millions of us who share a common cultural, symbolic language - albeit a "lower" or "middle" class, media-driven language - then, yes, Lowbrow is here to stay. Anthropologists will probably study Lowbrow in the future, to attempt to figure out late 20th and early 21st century U.S. societal influences.May 18th, 2012
All photographs are there to remind us of what we forget. In this - as in other ways - they are the opposite of paintings. Paintings record what the painter remembers. Because each one of us forgets different things, a photo more than a painting may change its meaning according to who is looking at it... Life is like a camera Just focus on what’s important Capture the GOOD TIMES… Develop from the negatives And if things don’t turn out Just take another SHOT....Aug 1st, 2011
Artist and Student currently located in Smyrna, Delaware. My vision of creating a new reality of which people can experience their full oneness and their joint innerecstasy with the Divine. Creating a new society where all can be accepted for who they are by character not the way they look. To restore Love, Oneness, Smiles, Beautiful Creations from our inner Nirvanas on this Beautiful New Planet we are CoCreating in this moment of NOW. My paintings is to expand the human ability to relate and resonate with the souls creation.Apr 29th, 2012