EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW // Delve into the dreamworld symbolism of @jonenigmajaylo. Learn more about his fascinating art, visual narrative and so much more today on www.beautifulbizarre.net [link in our profile] in an interview by @talipops_j.
"Each story of the painting can stand on its own, but when you put them all together you can tell that they belong to that one theme I initially created. It's like putting all the pieces of the puzzle together to complete this one, whole image." - Jon Jaylo.
Don't forget to mark your calendars because @strangeling released her official dates at the Epcot International Festival of the Arts with @disney!
Autographing sessions: 5PM-7PM
Monday January 17th (Martin Luther King Jr. Day) POP GALLERY TENT
Friday January 21st POP GALLERY TENT
Saturday January 22nd POP GALLERY TENT
Friday February 18th WONDERGROUND GALLERY TENT
Saturday February 19th WONDERGROUND GALLERY TENT
Sunday February 20th WONDERGROUND GALLERY TENT
Monday February 21st (President's Day) WONDERGROUND GALLERY TENT
The festival runs from January 14-February 21, and her artwork will be at the @popgalleryfl tent (personal artwork) and the @wondergroundgallery_ tent (Disney artwork).
Don't miss the new exhibition of @stephanie_buer on view at @thinkspace_art through Dec 4!
"Hiraeth is a Gaelic word, meaning to miss/long for a place that you can never visit again. It perfectly captures the emotions felt by Buer for her beloved Packard Plant in Detroit, Michigan. Once a sprawling, lawless urban metropolis that was the epicenter of a decaying Detroit, as the city pulls itself up by the boot straps, the Packard Plant has slowly begun to be torn down and is no longer the playground for urban explorers it once was."
Stephanie Buer, Hiraeth
Oil on cradled wood panel
12" × 6"
30 × 15 cm
For additional inquiries and availability of artwork, please contact the gallery directly via firstname.lastname@example.org
“Wednesday is not only death but also a rebirth. She is the fallen angel banished from heaven and the goddess of victory in Samothrace. I thought she would be the most difficult one to design. How could I find inspiration from a style that no longer belonged to me? At first, only her name “Wednesday” was confirmed, the specific image was a blank in my mind. I tried to start with the “white wings” of Lotus “Rebirth” and did some complicated feather designs. But when I tried to make some shapes out of paper, it all came together spontaneously. She became the quickest one to finish in the series.”
@ddanne1984 takes us on her journey in the book ‘A song to myself’. The doll artist won this year’s Beautiful Bizarre Art Prize in the category @yashayoungprojects Sculpture award. DD-Anne shares about this experience: “When I received the internal notification email of the winner at the end of August, I stared at it and read several times to make sure I had understood it correctly. Lol! That afternoon, I was so thrilled that I was dancing for joy at home alone.
To me, it means a lot to compete beyond the confine of dolls, with artists using other forms of expression and win. It gave me more confidence that "I can do it".”
A dream of ‘Crimson and Gold’ - the body and soul behind this can only be @stephrew 💛🖤
I just can't help myself, I am falling for every single piece Stephanie shares with the world. This painting excites me on so many levels: The flow of the kimono, this delicate posture, the composition, and the background, the cranes that fly in a wavy sea of textile… I just want to keep looking at this beautiful work!
Landscapes and animals are major inspirations for @bethany.illustration. In each piece, Bethany adds an element that captures the essence or aura of the creature and environment she depicts, highlighting body parts, shapes appearing in the composition. Which whimsical digital piece is your favorite, and why?