Lebanon-born, Los Angeles-based Analy Nakat's (@analynakat) intricately rendered India ink drawing, "The Devil", is perfectly reflective of her wicked-cool tattoo artistry.
Take a look at her profile to ogle all of the diverse tattoo-based inkwork that she's done, too...very impressive!
See Analy's beautiful black and white illustration in person at @palettesf.gallery, where it is nestled among a vast array of other dark art-themed pieces as part of "The Evil Among Us" exhibition, co-curated by @shaneizykowskiartist.
The theme of Palette Gallery's art show revolves around the dark forces that exist in our daily lives and the rituals of apotropaic magic - rather perfect for the autumnal season that we're heading into!
👉ARTISTS INCLUDED IN "THE EVIL AMONG US" EXHIBITION:
INSIDE ISSUE 34 // “Strangely, the type of feedback that influenced me the most was the negative kind, even though I don't remember anything in particular. It worked like a cluster that formed a black cloud that hovered constantly over my head. As much as this affected me, it's curious that after a while it became a kind of an amulet that grew and fed my desire to continue.”
Read our article about @neberra in Issue 34 of Beautiful Bizarre Magazine.
Get your copy at https://store.beautifulbizarre.net/product/issue-34/ [link in our profile]
“I was watching a production of the opera Armida by Rossini and there was this amazing scene where Armida (a powerful sorceress) has led a soldier she’s fallen in love with back to her vast enchanted pleasure palace and her nymphs perform a routine where they elaborately tease and dance around the soldier, tossing a myriad of apples over and around him in a hypnotic display of keep away.”
Besides @kliuwong being an all-time favorite, we truly appreciate the detailed explanation the artist shares about this particular piece. Kristen, who is known for her poppy color palette and surreal compositions, includes a range of both visible and hidden elements in her work that add up symbolically to the narrative of each painting.
Work in progress by @kim_slate for the upcoming Beautiful Bizarre exhibition 'Animalia'.
Haven Gallery presents ~
Beautiful Bizarre Magazine exhibition 'Animalia'
This exhibition includes the work of over 90 of the world’s best contemporary artists, plus the Winners of the 2021 Beautiful Bizarre Art Prize!
Exhibition Dates: October 23rd – November 28th, 2021
Opening Reception: Saturday, October 23
At: Haven Gallery
90 Main St, Northport, NY 11768, United States
To receive the Collectors Preview please email Gallery Director, Erica on email@example.com
#beautifulbizarre #artexhibition #artinfo #beautifulbizarre #newcontemporary #art #havengallery #bbanimalia #newyorkart #artforsale #artcollector #sculpture #scottradke #fantasyart #magicalrealism #popsurrealism #KimSlate #giraffe...
One great way to support your favorite artists (that won't break the bank) is to buy a t-shirt splashed with their imagery.🖤
Think about all of the people who will stop you on the street and say, "Cool t-shirt - who created the art?"
That's the perfect opportunity to get strangers (and friends) hooked on a new-to-them artist.
One thing will lead to another and BOOM, your favorite artist will score a few new fans and possibly even a commission or two!
In the spirit of spreading the good artsy word, we give you @justingedak's🕸️"Goth Girl"🕷️, which is now available on an appropriately inky black 100% ringspun cotton t-shirt via @designbyhumans (see image #2 in this post).
We likey. We likey verrry much.
Support your artsy peeps, please. Even buying 'just a t-shirt' is a really nice way to say, "Hey...I really like what you're doing." 👍
🎨 ARTWORK DETAILS 🎨
Title: "Goth Girl"
Medium: Digital art
@susitse.art showcases within her illustrations mental health, struggles and personal challenges through the figurative representation of a wolf.
She states in the context of this piece: I want to learn to be merciful for myself. I know in practice that I should be merciful and kind to myself, but I just don’t know how. It’s like some inner part of me keeps haunting and biting me to be better and do more. That’s why what I want is to learn to ignore that biting, because it’s exhausting.”