Los Angeles-based artist Nick Runge paints watercolor portraits of people and human skeletons in a unique style that blends elements of abstraction with hints of realism. Soft edges of layered shapes and blended flesh and bone tones present all the visual information required to see features, without crossing into the realm of photorealism. “I do sketch out the composition first, but I try not to have any kind of formula,” Runge tells Colossal about his painting process. More
These are my last efforts of 2018. Guess Who? This was in response to a n Xmas subject at my art group. 16" x 12 Yellowhammer 12" x 9" Heron 16" x 12" This was a free subject at my art group Mountain Sheep 16" x 12" The original was of more yellowish shades which my wife said was bland. I added reds and oranges and got a bit carried away away but I like it! Thats it for 2018.
This collection is about the bond between a Woman and an Animal. All women in this series were painted in black and white. The wild animals around them were done in color. This way Polina wanted to focus the attention on the Animals as a part of the Woman, part of her soul and character. Positioning of the animals is n