Hailing from the Netherlands, talented contemporary artist Geert Lemmers combines traditional painting techniques with photo collage to create a range of diverse and interesting images. By balancing smooth expanses of color with finely detailed photos and textured paint, he achieves a harmonious and eye-catching aesthetic. His minimalist geometric compositions, abstract expressionist paintings, and photo-collage elements are sure to provide something for everyone.
This month the online artist marketplace and community at ArtistBe.com has selected Romanian artist Maria Karlyos as their featured talent. Karalyos paints in a raw and intuitive fashion, conveying emotion more than photorealistic detail. The well-chosen color combinations in each piece create an atmospheric and moody quality that really draw the viewer into the scene.
ArtistBe.com, the online community and contemporary art marketplace, has selected abstract painter Ralph White as their featured artist for May 2016.
Berlin native Melanie Viola has been crowned ArtistBe.com's April Artist of the Month. Her unique vision, photographic talent, and continual experimentation make for bold and dynamic images. of some of the world's most beloved sights.
Digital artist Angel Estevez has been chosen as ArtistBe.com's Artist of the Month for March 2016. Preferring to create colorful and geometric abstractions, he also generates some incredibly surreal landscapes.
Representational artist Brenda Thour has been crowned ArtistBe.com's Artist of the Month for February 2016. Her charming images of the natural world warm the hearts of viewers internationally, bringing simple solace to art lovers everywhere.
Artist Become has released its Top 10 Contemporary Artists List for 2015. Argentinian expressionist Helena Wierzbicki nabs first place this year with “Doorway to the Heart”. Artist Become is an online artist community that showcases original art of both established and emerging artists around the world. A truly global collection of artists, the list brings together old favorites and new faces who saw success in 2015.
Born in the village of Banyuwangi, East Java, Sutianto creates works that outline a story of life, a reflection or a dream. With vibrant colors and bold lines, his art reflect the artist's enthusiasm and energy.Sutianto started painting professionally in 2000. His self-described expressionist and naturalism style takes on a life of its own on the canvas. Using mostly acrylics, he sometimes experiments with new materials. The artist graduated from college at the SMSR Surabaya. He now lives in Nusa Dua Bali.The first exhibition that Sutianto participated in was at the CCF gallery in Surabaya, East Java Indonesia. He later was a Jakarta Art Award Finalist in a national painting competition (in Indonesia).One of Sutiant's most notable works is "Big Boss" – an acrylic on canvas. From the colors to the statement that this piece makes, "Big Boss" highlights the artist’s style and the artistic thought process. Like this work, many other of Sutianto's pieces feature expressionist-like portraits, couples with striking words. "Crazy Man" and "Ugly Boy" evoke an almost abstract quality, while still maintaining the artist's ability to create a static type of energy that almost jumps off of the canvas. Using bright colors and lines, Sutianto adds...
If finger painting makes you think of preschool play dates you aren’t alone. That said, in this case a finger, or hand, painting is far from little kid artwork. Artist Shun Todoroki’s unique style sets him apart from other contemporary artists, and shows off his true artistic individuality. Nixing the brush, in favor of his own hands, this artist brings an abstract flare of a new sorts to his paintings.Without any formal training, Todoroki started painting three years ago – teaching himself. He started painting after finding inspiration in the words of Taro Okamoto. Self-described as an abstract painter, the artist uses mostly acrylics and oils. He sometimes draws onto the canvas and has experimented with using artificial flowers as part of the work.While he hasn’t exhibited in a formal gallery this far, Todoroki has plans for his first exhibition in Kyoto in December.Todoroki’s work features a swirling sense of color, highlighted in pieces such as Spectacle of Abstract Painting Night and the Sun. This acrylic piece is a whirlwind of finger painted hues, in bold reds, vibrant yellow and sea blues. The artist’s other works hold an equally as impressive abstract feel. With an almost-Impressionist technique, Todoroki masterfully...