French artist Pat Dumez is a painter of women, ordinary women, exotic women, dark women, women who reflect her travels and emotions and her understanding of the world. Based in The Netherlands, she says these portraits “are my roots, my actions, my convictions and my daily fears.”
Los Angeles-based Relja Penezic’s mixed media works utilize a variety of techniques: collage, assemblage, digital compositing and color correction, photography, oil and watercolor painting, video stills . . . whatever it takes to construct an image.
These collages by Tony Fitzpatrick developed from his interest in biker clubs, which Fitzpatrick says “channel the pure rebellious side of human nature.” He crafts each work to hold a world of information: his poetic take on a local legend, a historical figure, a creature of fascination to him, or …
French artist Gilbert Legrand transforms everyday domestic objects into sculptures. Legrand, an illustrator and graphic designer, plays on the original shape as he transforms a hanger or a pair of scissors into a mini work of art.