What’s your favorite portrait by digital artist @maromisagi?
Maromi’s digital work is based on photos of a diverse group of people, whom they bring to life by wrapping them in a surreal, pop world. The artist stands out through their color choice and a combination of realistic features and their illustrative style.
The artist @meredithmarsoneartist creates stunning portraits, combining abstract elements which are applied with thick layers of paint and delicate figures. Her painterly approach, technically described as ‘disrupted realism’, visualizes underlying emotions, disruptions, and meanings. Meredith explains that through “this technique, which has a way of uniting either the characters in my paintings or the figure to the surroundings, as a way of visually communicating the spiritual concept of ‘oneness’, that our bodies that seem like our outermost edges are in fact an illusion and we are connected to everything around us.”
This stunning piece is on display now at @quirkyfoxnz! If you are around, don’t miss the chance to visit!
Corinna Wagner’s work is mainly based in an abstract realm with glimpses of figurative elements. @corinnawa.gner’s portraits are composed with a minimal approach through lines and little, well-directed color application. Even though the artist does not reveal much of the figures’ appearance and facial expressions, they speak volumes.
Two stunning sculptures by @eudald_de_juana: ‘Hope’ (2019, bronze) and ‘After Arcadia’ (2015, resin) seem to create a narrative together beyond their individual contexts. Art has infinite meanings that change with the location, curation, and, most importantly, the viewers… it never gets boring!