Posts Tagged ‘painting’
David Lyle acts as both curator and painter, sifting through a vast array of lost snapshots from the 1950s 60s, and 70s found at thrift stores, garages sales, e-bay auctions and flea markets. His oil on panel painting mimic their found photo authenticity and achieving a sense of nostalgia and memory.
David Lyle‘s paintings.
(via Fecal Face)
Great paintings by Samantha Caulfield:
“Samantha’s paintings depict figurative metaphors with intricate, highly worked detail and a masterful use of colour. Her careful style borrows heavily from an obsession with painting still lifes as a young girl, juxtaposed against broader background shades. This deliberate isolation between form creates a visual tension that is at once distinct yet rendered wholly in concert with her ideology.”