Object art

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Los Angeles-based artist Alexandra Dillon paints on found objects – stuff that passes for the fabric of the modern world. Alexandra’s pictures look like details from Old Master paintings, you know, those atomically-expensive classic works hedge fund managers who value art for its exponentially growing price lend to the museum for a ticket-holders only exhibition. You … Continue reading "Artist Alexandra Dillon Paints Classic Portraits On Everyday Objects" Drawing Faces, Art Altéré, Paint Brush Art, Classic Portraits, Kunst Inspiration, Seni Cat Air, Lukisan Cat Air, Art Et Illustration, Wow Art

Los Angeles-based artist Alexandra Dillon paints on found objects – stuff that passes for the fabric of the modern world. Alexandra’s pictures look like details from Old Master paintings, you know, those atomically-expensive classic works hedge fund managers who value art for its exponentially growing price lend to the museum for a ticket-holders only exhibition. You … Continue reading "Artist Alexandra Dillon Paints Classic Portraits On Everyday Objects"

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Sisi Venizelou
Upcycling, Found Art, Junk Art, Getting Rejected, Waste Art, Soda Can Art, Recycled Art Projects, Trash Art, Upcycled Art

My Dog Sighs, a talented street artist from England, made his first drawing when he was 7 years old. Since then everyone knew him as a child who can draw, and this was enough to set him on a journey to become an artist. Later, he left his job at a primary school where he worked as a teacher, decided to become a professional and started painting everything he thought the galleries would like.

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Beth Castro de Osorio
Angeles, Los Angeles, Upcycling, Mexican Folk Art Decor, Old Objects, Altered Photography, Repurposed Art, Animal Illustration Art, Paint Brush Art

I am a Los Angeles-based artist, Alexandra Dillon. I paint portraits of imagined people on found objects such as worn paintbrushes, vintage padlocks, rusty axes, and old shovels. I let the object itself suggest the personality of the character.

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Tamara Smith-Miksic