Joseph Lee is a self-taught artist who primarily focuses on faces and the emotions that inhabit them. Lee manipulates them through segmented brush strokes, color choice, and volume, converging them into a complete and balanced whole. The artist hopes that his unique art can act sort of like mirrors, allowing the viewers to experience themselves.
Not many of us have the luxury of going to a top art school and learning how to draw and paint in person. If you are like me and do not have this luxury, then you have the added challenge of being a self-taught artist (as if learning art was not hard enough). There is
I can show students a range of artists work and if Cristina Troufa is in the mix, there are certain to be several students who choose to look at her work. I shouldn't be surprised. The first time I saw her work I did a double take. It's not often that you look at an
Challenging society’s unrealistic expectations of a female’s body image, French artist Inés Longevial has developed a distinct way in which her subjects are painted. By focusing on the power of a woman’s body and composition of…