Generally speaking, most of us know three things about Vincent van Gogh. 1. Starry Night 2. The Ear Incident 3. The Suicide, in no particular order.
“I’m Standing in Misunderstanding,” he says. Eric Dyer paints in bright, saturated, neon-y color. His work is pleasing, jovial even, and possesses the rare ability to make the corners of your mouth turn up and eyes squint at the same time.
Something feels different? What’s Up? Well, we have a few secrets we’ve been keeping. But, time to let ’em loose.
Dreams We Dare to Dream by Roseann Munger
Golden Gate Bridge by Deanna Fainelli
Meet the artist turning cement jungles into color-soaked paradise. Layer by layer, Deanna Fainelli transforms cement jungles and rundown roadsigns into color-soaked images of energy revived.
We all know his name. It shows up in Jay-Z songs, as the nickname for the artsy kid in school, and has cemented itself as the artistic standard for the modern era. Picasso.
Ah, posters, prints, and paintings – the “big three” of art if you will. Knowing the difference between these three visual forms is your key to understanding the mixed-up world that is art.