The oil paintings of Kris Wlodarski reflect a haunting and otherworldly vision, depicting those moments of insanity when instruments of cultural suppression are suspended in favor of the fulfillment of carnal desires.
The Oil Paintings of Kris Wlodarski
April 17th, 2010 · Written by admin · No Comments
The Strange World of Stephen Somers
November 15th, 2007 · Written by Jason Glover · 1 Comment
Welcome to the twisted world that exists within the mind of Stephen Somers – a place where more than one amalgamation of distorted flesh goes bump in the night. A Milwaukee native and graduate of the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, Somers uses his acrylic paintings as a therapeutic means to exorcise disturbing states of mind. [...]
Dave Chung lightens moods with his off the wall paintings
September 3rd, 2007 · Written by Jason Glover · 2 Comments
A graduate of the College for Creative studies in Detroit, MI, Dave Chung enjoys using his artwork as an avenue to express those aspects of life that are meant to remain private. [...]
Antiwar artist Craig Foster uses his copyright free graphics to stimulate free thought
July 4th, 2007 · Written by Jason Glover · No Comments
When the Iraq war began, Foster refused to let it get him down. He channeled his frustration into generating thousands of anti-war graphics. His free posters have been circulated internationally and have been included in various showings of anti-war artwork – they are soon to be featured in the worldwide “Propaganda III Tour.” [...]
Showcasing Amy Rauner's Whimsical Artwork
May 3rd, 2007 · Written by Jason Glover · No Comments
Amy Rauner has been preparing herself for a career in the arts since she was very young. She dreamed of working for Disney as a feature film animator before finding an interest in illustration and design. After living in and around Detroit for her entire life, Rauner is excited to be graduating from the College for Creative Studies and starting her career.
Her work, which she explains as depictions of everyday experiences that we take for granted, is frequently whimsical and occasionally experimental. [...]