EXHIBITION PREVIEW // The West Coast’s most comprehensive art experience is back this year at the Los Angeles Convention Center – and once again, @coprogallery will be exhibiting across two booths at this special event. That’s right: get ready for @laartshow 2022!
Located in the Modern Art section, Copro Gallery will be hosting their largest booth and exhibition yet at an International Art Fair. Prepare for the best and brightest of the alternative modern and contemporary art movement powered by multi-national galleries, collectors, and media.
Dates: January 19 – January 23, 2022
For more details and to take a peek at what you can expect at the Copro Gallery booth visit www.beautifulbizarre.net [ink in our bio] in a blog by Natalia Joruk.
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Expressive brushstrokes and movement: @paolaportfolio creates a fascinating dynamic with her painterly approach - can you also imagine this girl running through the frame? Even though the artist indicates figures and surrounding with an abstract composition, we can visualise the scene with ease; what a beautiful piece to dive into!
Visual storyteller @dashapears.art envisions minimal compositions with a surreal twist: Her pieces are both aesthetically pleasing and thought-provoking, allowing the viewers to explore their thoughts and interpretations. She offers us space to see her work from a personal stance without enforcing a particular narrative or truth.
Dasha collaborated with model @nisakatrina, make-up artist @estenomen, and hairstylist @tracey.idehen for this beautiful piece.
“I decided that I will let our little friend add a little something to all my paintings. It feels less alone this way, and it takes away the pressure.”
Just a casual Sunday in the house of @iamclaudiasix: Little friend enjoying a painting session! What a beautiful way to escape reality for a hot minute and dive into a peaceful imaginary world. We cannot wait to join your next painting sessions, Claudia! 🖤
‘Melty Kitty’ is @camilladerrico’s first painting of 2022, and what a cute and nostalgic start it is! She shares in the caption: “I adore Hello Kitty (more like obsessed lol), so I couldn’t resist painting her with my other love; rainbows! 🌈 These two icons in my life bring me so much happiness, and I hope this piece brings you lots of joy as well.”
For all the Hello Kitty lovers and fans of Camilla’s work, we have even more good news for you: You can call this cutie your own by purchasing a print in the shop; just head over to her page for more info! Happy 2022!
March 2022 // ISSUE 36 now available for pre-order > https://store.beautifulbizarre.net/product/issue-36-pre-order/ [link in our profile]
Over 40 artists, 140 pages for just $13.49 for a limited time!
INSIDE ISSUE 36
Mary Jane Ansell [cover artist] @maryjaneansell
Rob Woodcox @robwoodcoxphoto
Lo Chan Peng @lochanpeng
Ron Hicks @ronhicksart
Artist vs. Artist:
An intimate conversation between artist couple Martin Wittfooth @martinwittfooth & Elizabeth Winnel-Wittfooth @elizabethwinnel about life, love, and living and working together.
Judith Nangala Crispin @judith_nangala
Juli About @juli_about
Fumi Nakamura @its__not_safe_here
Sui Yumeshima @sui_yumeshima
Stephanie Rew @stephrew
Eva Gamayun @evagamayun
Jennifer Rizzo, Director of @hashimotocontemporary and @spoke_art, shares what she would like to add to her personal collection.
We speak to Erica Berkowitz @ericaberkowitz & Joseph Weinreb @jweinrebart, owners of @havengallery in New York, about their incredible collection of New Contemporary Art
8 pages of stunning full page reproductions of Peca’s @peca.art amazing paintings.
Jenny Orchard @jennyorchard1
Lexi Laine @lexilainephoto
Colleen Southwell @thegardencurator
Kim Slate @kim_slate
Some of our Favourite Things:
Staskauskas’ Jewelry @_staskauskas
Amy Day Design @amyday_design
Marina Eerrie @marina.eerrie
Rosalie Boonstra Couture @rosalieboonstra
Maison Artc @maisonartc
Alabama Blonde @alabamablonde
Our firsts are always memorable: 20 years ago, @handiedan started to work as a self-employed artist. This collage called ‘Pin-Up Tree’ (2007) was her first pin-up oriented piece - and the rest is history!
Miss Handiedan creates a “complex cut and paste mixture of digital and highly detailed sculptural hand cut collages, complimented with augmented reality and conscientiously collected antique ornamental frames.” The versatile artist explores on her creative journey several mediums, including ceramics, drawings and murals.