WE AND THE COLOR’s best art inspiration from 2015!
Let’s go on with our “best of” series. Today I give you a recap of WE AND THE COLOR’s best art features in 2015. This year we presented a number of emerging and established artists. In addition, we reported on outstanding events and gallery openings. Below you can find a selection of our best art features from 2015.
First in the collection of best art inspiration in 2015: Abstract paintings by Joanna Pieczyńska
Joanna Pieczyńska is a Polish art and design student specializing in the creative fields of fashion, crafts, textile design, and painting. In 2015, we have featured a series of her abstract paintings. The artworks were made using oils and acrylic paint on canvas. You can find more here.
Surreal paintings by California based visual artist Alex G Paradise.
The acrylic paintings by Los Angeles based visual artist Alex G Paradise provide a bizarre surrealist atmosphere in an illustrative style. Pitch black people without faces form the center of his work. You can find more of his artworks on WE AND THE COLOR.
Paintings of architectural volumes made by Amsterdam based artist Daniel Mullen.
Daniel Mullen is a Scottish artist who currently lives in the Netherlands. His artistic style draws inspiration from his childhood when he was fascinated by constructed spaces. In August 2015, we have featured some of his artworks on WE AND THE COLOR. You can see them here.
A massive steel labyrinth by Belgian studio Gijs Van Vaerenbergh.
Studio Gijs Van Vaerenbergh has designed this giant installation, a huge steel maze in the area of a disused coal mine in Genk, Belgium. It has been created to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the C-mine arts centre. Find more images and information here.
Contemporary art b Jaybo Monk.
Jaybo aka Monk is a French artist who lives in Berlin, Germany. He loves to work with different materials to create a variety of paintings and installations. A small selection of his artworks can be seen here.
Illustrative portraits by Dallas, Texas-based painter Michael Reeder.
Next in our list of best art features from 2015 is Michael Reeder, a graduate of the School of Visual Arts in New York. His creative work is currently based on portraiture, where he combines a variety of styles and techniques. Check out a collection of Reeder’s paintings on WE AND THE COLOR.
Collages of collapsing buildings by American artist Seth Clark.
Seth Clark earned a BFA in Graphic Design with primary focus on print design and alternative typography at the Rhode Island School of Design. During this time, Seth Clark discovered his passion for collages as his preferred medium. His artworks of collapsing buildings were featured in countless print and web publications. You can see them here.
Unique abstract artworks by Leigh Wells.
Last in our listing of best art features of 2015 is Leigh Wells, a contemporary artist from California. His abstract artworks have been exhibited internationally in several solo and group shows. A selection of Leigh Wells’ paintings can you see here.
That was our selection of best art features from 2015. You can find many more great artists on WE AND THE COLOR. Check them out here.