Tag Archives: contemporary art

Agostino Arrivabene

Style is derivative of some artists I recognize: Ernst Fuchs, various Renaissance/Medieval, Blake, and Puvis de Chauvannes. But I think when many influences melt together, this makes a new welcome variant.

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John Brophy, US, the Mantra Waterfall, (Self-taught fine artist)

View his website. Conceives his projects through digital media then completes in oil using 15th-century techniques. So inspirational for those of us who can’t go to art school. In his medieval influences I find something actually original, unlike some other … Continue reading

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John Brophy, US, Let the Power Fall

Visit his website. Fantastic, self-taught artist who grew up with NASA and Japan and brings these influences to his art along with the Medieval masters.

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Malgorzata Chodakowska, Polish sculptor, c. 1960s

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Gerard Mas

Contemporary Spanish sculptor influenced by Renaissance methods and materials.

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Mequitta Ahuja

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Timur d’Vatz, Re-awakening

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Elsa Munoz, Ocaso, 2012, oil on panel- very ethereal.

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Stella Im Hultberg, Equinox

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Suzy Scarborough

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