Happy Birthday Picasso!
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In celebration, we’re giving away five limited edition archival prints of this incredible canvas by AOL Artist Tomokazu Matsuyama.
It’s as easy as 1,2,3
1. Login to Twitter
2. Tweet a link to your favorite AOL Artist’s page, make sure to tag @AOLArtists in your Tweet
3. If you are one of the first five, you win!
“Divining Light” by AOL Artist Erika Somogyi.
Sneak peak of an upcoming canvas by new AOL Artist @AakashNihalani! (Taken with Instagram)
Check out “Annoyed Grunt,” a solo show by AOL Artist Mr. Kiji.
Last year, Mr. Kiji was struck by a car while riding a bicycle to work. Due to the accident, he lost all ability to feel or use his hands or several months. The computer became his sole creative outlet, developing a new visual style.
“Annoyed Grunt” opens October 4th at Compound Gallery in Portland Oregon. The reception is from 7pm-10pm. The Show closes October 28th.
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New AOL Artist Tomokazu Matsuyama has created a stunning painting, Pink Rain, as a canvas for AOL. The new piece is part of the September 2012 Collection of canvases
Matsuyama was born in Tokyo and is currently based in New York. He is known for his mystical paintings and large-scale installations. Matsuyama has exhibited across the world, from Dubai to Los Angeles. His most recent solo exhibition was at Mark Moore Gallery in Los Angeles, CA.
Want to learn more about Tomokazu Matsuyama? Visit his AOL Artists Page.
Erika Somogyi, a Brooklyn-based artist, creates complex sculptures and paintings that are both beautiful and fun. Rebeca Raney, another Brooklyn-based artist, creates work of a similar nature, using paint and sculpture to create work that is exciting and playful. The two actually met prior to joining the AOL Artists community while exhibiting at Monya Rowe Gallery. Jessica Snow, a San Francisco-based artist, is known for her colorful geometric paintings and installations. Her most recent group exhibition included the work of renowned artists such as Ellsworth Kelly and Sol LeWitt. Lauren Cotton, a Connecticut-based artist, creates large-scale installations out of neon tape. Her work has been exhibited at multiple galleries along the East Coast. Matt W Moore, based in Portland, Maine, creates work that spans a multitude of disciplines. His work has been exhibited in galleries and museums internationally. We are thrilled to have such an eclectic group of creatives join the AOL Artists community.
The Summer 2012 Olympics are almost here! Celebrate with our new canvas “Bronze, Silver, Gold” by AOL Artist Allie Rex.
Allie Rex is a Brooklyn-based artist who creates 3D installations by painting a plastic film called mylar, and then cutting it into precise and neat shapes. Allie’s work has been exhibited across the US, including exhibitions in New York, at Like The Spice Gallery, and Michigan, at the Cranbrook Museum of Art. We are thrilled to have Allie as a part of the AOL Artists program and to welcome “Bronze, Silver, Gold” into AOL’s canvas collection of original works of art.