Our Top New Artworks from July!

Posted in In the Studio by Rise Art on 07th July 2015

With Summer in full swing at last, the team at Rise Art has put together our top picks of new releases! We have tried to cater for all artistic tastes, but head over to the New In Shop, if this selection doesn't takes your fancy!

PAK KEUNG WAN

New artist Pak Keung Wan artworks have tapped into the current trend for re-imagining vintage photography. The attention to detail in these artworks is mind blowing. For each and every line in Pak Keung's drawings the pencil has been sharpened to a point in order to maintain the quality and consistency of mark that Pak Keung desires. Each artwork takes around 2-3 full days of work.

"The contrast of media intrigues and captivates the viewer", adds Art Consultant, Katherine Mellor.

Untitled (solar caress)

Pak Keung Wan

 

JOHN LIJO BLUEFISH

Curator Joanna Spice says, "John Lijo Bluefish is an interesting artist. Whilst he has used technology to fracture the photograph, he has also chosen to use paint as the medium to convey images of popular culture or celebrity. This multi faceted technique is reminiscent of the works of Chuck Close and the pop images of Warhol and Lichtenstein, resulting in vivid strong artworks. "
 
The wow factor in John's pieces is in the detail, just zoom in on one of his kaleidoscope portraits to see for yourself!

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John Lijo Bluefish

 

LOUISE MCNAUGHT

McNaught has a mixed-media approach to her artwork that usually manifests itself in painted-drawings on traditional and sometimes unusual supports, such as celestial maps! Her soft style suggests a delicate relationship between nature and ourselves. 

Her sublime and ethereal artworks would be a real jewel in any animal lovers Art crown!

The Birds and The Beatles Series - Flying

Louise McNaught

 

TOMMY CLARKE

Selected by Insider Rebecca Gordon, Tommy's aerial photographs have been featured in GQ, British Journal of Photography, Wall Street International, Stylist Magazine and Aesthetica Magazine. 

Clarke's desire to discover a new perspective in landscape photography has lead him to hanging out the side of helicopters a few thousand feet up! We love them for their incredible composition and subject matter. 

Tommy Clarke - St Tropez

St Tropez

Tommy Clarke 

 

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