“Dave Macdowell Paints Acrylic on Canvas in the Lowbrow/ Pop Surrealism movement. His focus is on Childhood Fantasy and our Contemporary Cultural Nightmare.”
Macdowell subjects are a mish mash of iconic movie stars and cartoons all stewed and stirred together with vivid color and swirling action. You can view his work via his website or his Flickr-folio. Although he calls himself a lowbrow/pop surrealist painter, he has a control over his medium that would rival any old world master.
Nicholas Bohac live and works in the Sunset neighborhood of San Francisco. He works with printmaking methods and acrylic based media to create his paintings and drawings whose subject matter is the ecological climate that we live in today.
Painter Luke Rudolf has discovered a magic formula utilizing the interplay between simple geometry, organic paint strokes and use of color to devise images that you just can’t take your eyes off of. It’s almost as if you expect something to materialize from beneath his work.
Spanish painter Salustiano has a new series of ‘red’ paintings available for viewing at his site. They are beautifully composed and strikingly simple.
Seth Adelsberger has some really nice work in his Flickr-folio. Some of his paintings are really exceptional and his 17 layer one of a kind screenprint is the bees knees (correction: Seth has informed me that the screenprint was done by a friend).
I am really digging what Morgan Blair is producing, described as an illustrator but I would call it art.
Some absolutely gorgeous Japanese prints comprise the portfolio of the talented artist Tenmyoya Hisashi.
I am really digging the acrylic stylings of painter Leah Tinari. I love her use of color and the real/surreal abstraction of her subjects.