Mixed-media paintings by Lou Ros

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By Rebekah Rhoden in New Art on Wednesday 29 August 2012

This series of paintings by French artist, Lou Ros, is entitled Come and See, and it draws inspiration from a 1985 Elem Klinov film by the same name. Ros’s mixed-media paintings are expressionistic, and and his colorful portraiture is vivid and stylistic.

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Geometric mixed media art by Paul Yanko

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By Rebekah Rhoden in New Art on Friday 24 August 2012

South Carolina-based mixed media artist, Paul Yanko, creates layered geometric compositions and installations. His work is highly influenced by Modernist geometric abstraction, and his color choices are inspired by commercial sign painting and toy construction sets. Yanko uses a wide variety of media in his work, including acrylic paint, cardboard, dry wall tape, and duct tape

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Mixed media art by Ayame Bullock

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By Clara Lieu in New Art on Wednesday 1 August 2012

Ayame Bullock’s striking mixed media pieces investigate toxicity and the self-destructive nature in humans. Straddled between landscape and abstraction, her pieces address social issues such as consumerism and the disposal nature of our culture. With intense energy and focus, Bullock weaves together land-fill bound plastics into environments fabricated from traditional art materials.

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Satoru Imatake’s art critiques mass produced businessmen

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By Tanya Guryel in New Art on Wednesday 25 July 2012

Satoru Imatake is a Japanese digital and mixed media artist. Imatake’s work depicts mass produced businessmen that move on capitalism’s conveyor belt, where they travel to work in an uncannily realistic world built by the products of their labour. So much so that they themselves look like products.

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Shadow Box mashup of Kungfu in Seussian worlds

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By TN in New Art on Thursday 28 June 2012

Brooklyn artist Tara Noftsier shares her whimsical mashup of kungfu in a Seussian world in her series Crouching Tiger, Hidden Lorax. These amazing shadow boxes of mixed-media are created with the intent that the viewer is privy to a small vivant tableau.

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Mixed media artwork by Russell Mills

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By Will Sergeant from Echo and The Bunnyman in New Art on Friday 8 June 2012

I became aware of Russell Mills as the illustrative designer of More Dark than Shark and the Brian Eno compilation, More Blank Than Frank/Desert Island Selection. I admire his approach of using a mixed-media technique similar to Robert Rauschenberg’s, along with creating the Nine Inch Nails logo using a blacksmith/metal worker to make his design out of steel, then burying it in the ground for a while to rust and tarnish.

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Jeannie Crockett is making one dress a day for a year

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By Martha Simons in New Art on Friday 11 May 2012

Jeannie Crockett, an alternative dress designer extraordinaire, is taking the challenge from 365: A Daily Creative Journal: Make Something Every Day and Change You Life! by Noah Scalin. Follow the results on her blog and rethink Barbie dress up forever.

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Beautiful collage art by Sander Steins

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By Nini Baseema in New Art on Wednesday 25 April 2012

Sander Steins is a self taught artist from Nijmegen in the Netherlands. He’s extremely versatile: a true creative soul that finds inspiration anywhere and in all kinds of art types. I particularly like his recent mixed media collage series. I want to buy and re-decorate my living room with them!

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365 embroidered artworks by Lucky Jackson

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By Low Lai Chow in New Art on Saturday 21 April 2012

Self-taught artist, Lucky Jackson, embroiders a mixed-media artwork a day, livening up a mumsy medium with neon colour blocks and whimsical indie illustrations. The a-work-a-day concept is just a tad overdone out there. But we’ll make an exception just because her works charm us so much.

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Mixed-media collages by Cory Server

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By Jessie Winslow in New Art on Thursday 19 April 2012

Cory Sever’s refreshingly original mixed-media collages offer a striking little peep into the beautiful fragility of human existence.

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New mixed media art by Sabrina Hornung

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By Sabrina Hornung in New Art on Friday 30 March 2012

Sabrina Hornung by day and The Alabaster Disaster on the burlesque stage. My visual art consists of mixed media photo transparencies that personify the flora, fauna, and folklore of the North Dakota prairie.

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Devin Troy Strother

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By Kristin Farr in New Art on Thursday 24 November 2011

Devin Troy Strother knows how to throw a party on a canvas with his mixed media explosions of color and cut paper. He’s a California artist transplanted to Brooklyn, and he’s one to watch. When I look at his work, I hear loudness (in a good way).

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Sean Chao

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By Kong Jaw in New Art on Friday 19 August 2011

Los Angeles-based Taiwanese artist Sean Chao creates curious and imaginative creatures in a world filled with wonder. Each mixed-media piece combines sculpture and illustration to capture an odd moment frozen in time, and each tells a story of its own, some strangely nostalgic, some delightfully whimsical.

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Baltimore artist Beth Hoeckel

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By kinsey lane in New Art on Tuesday 19 July 2011

Beth Hoeckel, a Baltimore-based artist, has created some wildly experimental and wonderfully psychedelic works over her career. Her figures tend either directly challenge or ignore the viewer, referencing themes of identity and perception. Bright and bold, these are insistent images. Do they remind anyone else of Run, Lola, Run?

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Julia Tepasse

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By MK in New Art on Saturday 2 April 2011

Artist Julia Tepasse, aka Großstadtheidi, lives in Heimathafen, Hamburg, where she studies fine arts at the University of Lueneburg, with a particular interest in minimal, abstract and post-modern art.

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