"My art work derives from the interest of alphabets, symbols and pictograms and the meanings intended and its transmission in time, sometimes simply because their beauty and design.
Also very influential in my work the study of color vibrations and the way visual impressions are created: the combination of form, tonalities and texture that form many layers in which the work can be perceived." --Pedro A. Gonzalez.…
From the series "Angelina Rhyzome" by Bill Hayner. He is a professor of art at Fullerton College.
View more of Bill Hayner's artist portfolio on his website: http://billhaynerart.com/
In 2006, Chad Hardin quit his full time job as an in-house illustrator to pursue his life-long dream of drawing comics. He is nearing completion of his Master of Fine Arts in Illustration at Academy of Art University.
Stan Lee's The Traveler Issue #12 pg5, Ink Wash on Bristol
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Bimbo Knows, Collage
"I have been drawing since I can remember; the only one in my family to do so. Since the age of seven I have been aware of the mystical happenings in life. I have always been a strong dreamer, and the works of Carl Jung inspire me, especially his writings on synchronicity and the collective unconscious.The macabre and the absurd also inform my work, as well as city billboards, street signage, and graffiti." …
Heaven on earth, 8ft x 7ft - Mixed media on linen.
"My goal is to trigger an emotion from the viewer whether positive or negative, as long as the viewer has a reaction to the work, then he has achieved his goal."
--Mike Salcido, self taught artist, Dallas, TX
Waiting for the time when... earth shall be as one, 42" x 42" - Oil on Belgian Linen
The call of thunder threatens, 60" x 40" - Oil on Canvas
If AWESOME is an emotion…