Three major themes that are visible within the work of @alifranco_art are with no doubt beauty, passion, and love. Three topics we can definitely see within this painting: The look, the lips, the hand gesture, the floral elements - a portrait straight out of our dreams!
Ready to dive into the surreal, painterly world of @horacio_quiroz?
It is not a stretch to figure out that the painter’s visuals operate majorly within distortion, fragmentation, and surreal reconstruction of the displayed bodies. What really strikes, are the showcased gestures and postures that go hand in hand with their stylistic representation.
Something can be promised: If you check out the photography and compositions by @chogiseok, we guarantee you will be aesthetically pleased and feel mentally connected.
Cho Gi Soek manages to represent moods, feelings and mental conditions in such a deep manner and this series is definitely one of my favorite examples for the artist’s body of work.
EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW // Delve into the whimsical and captivating illustrations of Israeli artist @gabriellabarouch. Visit www.beautifulbizarre.net today [link in our profile] and learn more about her work, creative process, inspirations and so much more in an interview by @ren_dering.
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.
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“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.