Archive for July, 2006

Ray Kay In 2004, Ray Kayarrived in the States as a music video director determined to make a notch on the bedpost of American pop culture. The Norwegian-born artist had come well-prepared. A large portion of his youth was spent following in the footsteps of a camera-wielding father, mastering the art of taking and developing still images before delving into the world of motion pictures in adulthood…Continue

Tunnel Vision is an experience filled with excitement, chills and the unexpected. The visions seen and now revealed will make even the most hardened veteran traveler of the subway look at the concrete and cold steel in a different manner. W. K. Brown is a retired New York City Police Officer, “Transit Division.” He received [...]

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A passion for collecting alternative / outsider art originally brought the Hosners and L.C. together. The desire to even further expose those they helped and befriended along the way through Sour Harvest and Cannibal Flower led to the two parties joining forces in the fall of 2005 to launch thinkspace. With the desire to spread [...]

Michael J. Deas is one of the premier illustrators in the nation. His paintings include the Marilyn Monroe stamp, the Columbia Pictures Logo, the cover of Interview With The Vampire by Anne Rice, a U.S. Army Recruiting Poster, the James Dean commemorative postage stamp, a recent Time Magazine cover, and more. He is the recipient [...]

Title: The Joker’s Ressurection Medium: Acrylic on Canvas Technique My technique is pretty much all about layers. The first layer is very physical. Throwing down paint. Moving it around the canvas. Creating an abstract layer of color and contrast. The second layer is the mental layer. It’s finding the faces, the strange creatures, the animals [...]

Lori Earley’s oil paintings are a unique combination of classical realistic rendering with a personal element of distortion. The figures she paints exist in their own esoteric realm and time, and each painting offers a glimpse into their anomalous world. Check Out: The Fine Art of Lori Earley


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