New painting by Mathew Grabelsky. See the multi/page feature on his work in the current issue of Hi-Fructose, on stands at Indy book stores, Chapters, Books a Million and Barnes And Noble, in our store, and avail. as a digital issue for via GooglePlay. @grabelsky #art #hifructose #painting
Amazing hand sculpture by Jessica Dalva @jdalva
Make two more pieces, you said, you'll have plenty of time, you said...
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Hollis Dunlap, a Vermont-born artist, crafts portraits that blend painted realism and sculptural concepts and abstractions. These oil paintings can appear as distorted photographs, yet hidden within these textured backgrounds and surprising hues are several hidden decisions and possibilities: [ Hifructose.com Link ]
Ivan Meshkov, an artist based in Chelyabinsk, Russia, uses pencil and ink to create moody, hyperdetailed works often adorned with skulls, squids, and other iconography often found in tattoo culture: [ Hifructose.com Link ]
A new group show titled “Process” features artists who use photography as “as a means to an end rather than an end in itself.” This includes usage, manipulation, and altering of photographs in media like drawing, digital art, collage, painting, and more: [ Hifructose.com Link ]
Just a few of these Hi-Fructose back issue library bundles left. Many only available in our store.
It's an easy way to get EIGHT of our available back issues at once in one box, and we will cover the Priority Mail Box Shipping. Over 1000 pages of Hi-Fructose in one solid box. Link in profile. Store.hifructose.com #art #hifructose #printisBest
Zhang Jian Long, an artist based in China, crafts bronze sculptures and paintings that touch on the innocence, mischief, and broader whimsy of being a kid. Against natural backdrops, the mood and memories evoked by the pieces ring even truer: [ Hifructose.com Link ]
Beth Cavener in Turn The Page: The First Ten Years of Hi-Fructose @AkronArtMuseum • @hifructosemag @bethcavener @hieronymusobjects #turnthepageakron #AkronArtMuseum #hifructose #hifructosemag #bethcavener #hieronymusobjects #ceramic #ceramics #rabbit #bunny #contemporaryart #akron #ohio
Max Guther, a 25-year-old illustrator living in Germany, creates “digital collages by transforming photographic material, textures and self-constructed objects.” The artist uses a top-down perspective reminiscent of computer games of yesterday, offering both a voyeuristic and broad point of view. [ Hifructose.com Link ]
Sergei Isupov's figurative porcelain and stoneware sculptures use the material in differing ways. The artist sometimes uses the surface to create 2D renderings, and elsewhere, the characters are three-dimensional. More recently, some of the works do both on the same piece: [ Hifructose.com Link ]
Todd Schorr’s subversive narratives, frozen in action, recall both large historical paintings and animated cartoons. His influences include animation, comic books and fantasy movies, especially the 1933 King Kong. A trip to the Uffizi Gallery in Florence as a teenager spurred his interest in painting on a monumental scale. In The Last Polar Expedition of Commander Peary, Schorr references the... View details ⇨