Posts Tagged ‘art historical reference’

out of reach


Take a look at these recent oil paintings by Canadian artist Paul Fenniak. He presents us with an apparent moment of a broader story, in a style that reminds us of a handful of art references all at once (Degas, Manet, Beckmann)…and does so in such a way that is utterly refreshing. I also love his […]

I’m enthralled with these narrative paintings by Jerome Witkin. I love how full of content the images are. There’s soo much going on in each painting, and they’re so impeccably executed. The reflections, the way light hits the subjects, the intense presentation of details…there’s so much to appreciate I’m going to politely refrain from typing […]

Painting lately, so am sharing some paintings that interest me. Alex Kanevsky‘s paintings are both vague and revealing at the same time. Vague, because of the blurred quality created by the lack of detail and loose brush strokes; and revealing because of the personal nature of the actions being depicted. I like how Alex disguises […]