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Found 38 results

  1. Flea

    Dream

    From the album: Flea's Collection

    Size A2 This was done for an assignment back in high-school. I unfortunately I had a time-frame and had to rush the woman last minute. I would go back and touch it up but this, along with another painting, was stolen

    © Jemma-Lee Nelson

  2. Flea

    Journey

    From the album: Flea's Collection

    This was also done in high school and was also stolen. That upset me alot because although it may not look like it, ALOT of work was put into the process to create the design and transfer of this painting. I also digitally vectored this painting which I'll upload sometime.
  3. Flea

    Times

    From the album: Flea's Collection

    Did this for my mom on request.
  4. Flea

    stickink

    From the album: Flea's Collection

    Painted/drawn with a stick and ink with paint.
  5. Flea

    Pop

    From the album: Flea's Collection

    This was also a re-paint. NOT originally mine
  6. Flea

    Watching

    From the album: Flea's Collection

  7. Flea

    Mash

    From the album: Flea's Collection

    I'm sorry about the bad quality picture.
  8. Flea

    Journal

    From the album: Flea's Collection

    I did a whole bunch of pieces separately and put them together. I have a soft spot for this one.
  9. Flea

    Napkin

    From the album: Flea's Collection

    I don't know why I called it "Napkin" , it just seems fitting because it is small and done within a few minutes because someone wanted to see an on-the-spot piece lol
  10. Flea

    Juice

    From the album: Flea's Collection

    Size A1 I painted this with various objects along with paintbrushes and cigarette buts.

    © Jemma-Lee Nelson

  11. On Saturday, November 19, graffiti artist POSE and photojournalist KC Ortiz will unveil Whitewash, their second exhibition at Known Gallery, and their most cohesive to date. For POSE, Whitewash references society’s attempt to eradicate graffiti and stifle human expression. “Shortly after I started writing graffiti, Chicago took an extremely hard-line stance on its eradication, outlawing the sale of spraypaint and implementing Mayor Dayley’s Graffiti Blasters program,” POSE explains. With this exhibition, POSE will recall a time before the buff. “I am digging into my fondest childhood memories of riding the train and seeing all the colors, letters and cartoon characters along the lines. Making these paintings has been an incredibly rich process, and it makes me thankful that no city official can eradicate my memories.” POSE will show 15 new works in the main gallery. The work is rendered in his signature style—aggressive, hand-painted collages of pop-culture icons and ephemera—but feature deeper abstractions and new mediums. “I have six paintings on Plexiglass that were kind of an experiment,” POSE explains. “I wanted to be challenged by a new medium and process.” For KC, Whitewash is about the people and places he photographs. “Much of the work I do covers those who have been ‘whitewashed,’ so to speak, by history and policy,” KC notes. “Specifically, the work I will be exhibiting is from West Papua and Burma. You won’t find either of those ‘nations’ on the map, as both have been essentially ‘whitewashed’ away. Burma has been renamed Myanmar by its ruling junta in order to establish the fantasy of a unified nation, and West Papua has been occupied by Indonesia since 1963 after a very controversial handover from the Dutch that was orchestrated by the United States.” In the project room, KC will show 12 photographs of West Papua and Burma’s armed struggles. “The struggles are unified in their nature under the theme of resistance, the victimhood of whitewashing by the world at large, the beauty of their people, and the strength of the human spirit and dignity,” KC notes. About the artists: POSE Hailing from The Windy City, POSE has made an indelible mark on a multitude of cities around the globe. Best known for his progressive letter style and technical precision, POSE is an influential contributor to the contemporary graffiti movement, and his work has appeared in numerous magazines, books and films. POSE grew up a half block from the CTA’s elevated train line, and started sneaking out to practice graffiti there in 1992. Coming of age during the golden era of Chicago graffiti, POSE put in endless work on the streets. His prolific output led him to become a local legend, and the city’s most internationally recognized graffiti artist. In addition to his achievements in graffiti, POSE set out to conquer every medium visual art has to offer—both on and off the streets. His artistic exploration led him to become a jack of all creative trades, with successful endeavors in the commercial and fine art worlds. POSE currently lives and works in Chicago, Illinois. He is a member of the acclaimed West Coast artist collective The Seventh Letter, as well as a founder of his own Chicago based design and art firm We Are Supervision. He has traveled internationally on his own and with The Seventh Letter, specifically to showcase his skills as one of the best graffiti artists out there. Almost two decades into his artistic career, POSE shows no signs of slowing down. KC Ortiz KC Ortiz is an award-winning, self taught photojournalist with a split base between his hometown of Chicago, Illinois and Western Thailand. Ortiz’s work focuses on the world’s forgotten and overlooked people and issues. He has covered conflict throughout Southeast Asia, focusing on the human suffering and the policies that enable conflict, as well as humanitarian issues throughout the world. The aim of his photography is to bring awareness to the masses of those that are suffering most, often times completely unseen by the majority. His work has appeared in A-Magasinet, Global Post, Juxtapoz, Newsweek, Time, The Wall Street Journal, and many other publications across the globe. Ortiz’s work has been exhibited in a number of museums and galleries including The Newseum, The Corcoran, The Frontline Club, Known Gallery, Rivera and Rivera Gallery, Guerrero Gallery, and others. In 2011, Ortiz’s work was recognized with a first place award from the prestigious Pictures of The Year International. POSE & KC Ortiz | Whitewash Opening Reception Saturday, November 19, 2011 from 8‑11pm On View November 19 – December 10, 2011 Known Gallery 441 North Fairfax Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90036 T: 310-860-6263
  12. Millie King

    Day Lilies

    From the album: Floral paintings by Millie King

    A yellow Day Lily set against a tapestry of garden of flowers. Sides are painted as a continuation of front- 20" x 16" x 1.5"- oil on Gallery Wrapped canvas Frame not needed. $265.00

    © Mildred King

  13. Millie King

    Blue Iris

    From the album: Floral paintings by Millie King

    A beautiful blue Iris in a garden 18" x 14" Sold

    © Mildred King

  14. From the album: Floral paintings by Millie King

    Kiku-menaing Chrysanthemum and believed by the Chinese to possess the power of life. size 48"x24" $ 950.unframed. Note* this painting looks great horizontally also.

    © Mildred King

  15. From the album: Wildlife Paintings by Millie King

    An exquisitely detailed painting of a Rufous Hummingbird. Print size:10" x 8" matted to 14" x 11"

    © Mildred King

  16. Millie King

    Golden Eagle

    From the album: Wildlife Paintings by Millie King

    A Golden Eagle painted on stone-Sold Acrylic on slate

    © Mildred King

  17. Millie King

    Great Ram

    From the album: Wildlife Paintings by Millie King

    A Ram's head painted on slate in full detail. Size 12" x 12"

    © Mildred King

  18. From the album: Wildlife Paintings by Millie King

    A colored pencil drawing of an Antelope on mat board. Size: 16" x 11.5" unframed

    © Mildred King

  19. Millie King

    Snowy Owl

    From the album: Wildlife Paintings by Millie King

    A Snowy Owl coming in for landing on a snowy moonlit night. Size

    © Mildred King

  20. It is a waste of time (and expensive art materials,) in trying to force yourself to paint when you are not in the mood. Here are a few personal tips on getting oneself motivated and finding the time to do some art: 1. Have a source of income other than art, so that you can paint when you feel like it - not just when you need money for food, rent and beer! 2. Have a bit of space, (a spare room, well-lit garage - or even just a corner of the living room if you are not lucky enough to have your own studio,) where you can leave all of your gear out. That way, when the mood strikes, you will not have the bother of getting all your art materials and accoutrements out before you can even start. This is a great way of maximizing your precious painting time... 3. Unplug the computer! 4. Unplug the TV 5. Put on some nice music. 6. Take the dogs for a walk first. Get them tired-out - and then you can concentrate on your art! 7. Open a can of cold beer or a bottle of nice red wine. 8. Get some painting done before you fall asleep!
  21. Clarisse Gomez

    flight

    From the album: Rediscovery

    Acrylic on cardboard
  22. Clarisse Gomez

    wonder

    From the album: Rediscovery

    Acrylic on canvas 15 1/2 X 20 " (for sale)
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