5 Artists our Collectors Love: July
Ever wondered what other people are buying for their personal art collections? Though your tastes may differ, sometimes seeing what others are purchasing can help you discover new artists whose works you might not otherwise have considered. Let your voyeuristic impulses run free and meet 5 artists who have proven to be popular favorites with our collectors.
Magdalena Krzak’s paintings present a unique combination of abstraction, figurative forms, and drawing. Her pieces are created spontaneously as Magdalena is led by her emotions and everyday observation. Images of women are subtle and feminine, her subjects are often nude and vulnerable. The combination of her illustrative and abstract styles gives her work a dreamy quality, transporting our imagination into a whole other world. See more artworks by Magdalena Krzak.
Kim Byungkwan is from Seoul, South Korea. Kim is constantly trying to bring out strangeness from familiarity. He believes everything there is in this world, more or less, provides familiar vision. Instead, his work tries to destroy, tear up, and reconstruct our habitual or familiar vision as its limits the possibilities of adventure and wonder. See more artworks by Kim Byungkwan.
IneLouise Mourick’s passion for drawing and painting began in her youth. Naturally, she followed this direction in her profession. She completed her art school training for Painting, Drawing and Textile in Utrecht (Nld). She often uses gold and silver in her paintings, which gives the works a special glowing effect. Her motto is, “Search beyond the boundaries and create the unknown”. See more artworks by IneLouise Mourick.
Georg Óskar delves into the subconscious in order to expose hidden emotions and introspective sentiments. The present climate dictates that we pay attention to the larger media and advertised landscape. Óskar’s practice seeks to reinstate the poetic simplicity of the everyday. See more artworks by Georg Óskar.
Peter de Boer
Peter de Boer is primarily a painter, working with egg tempera that he produces himself. Inspired by the Neo Romantic movement in painting, and by the work of philosopher Slavoj Zizek, Peter de Boer’s paintings express the longing for a return to simplicity and nature. Peter de Boer’s paintings present serene and dreamy landscapes, filled with detail and specks of light. See more artworks by Peter de Boer.
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