Thomas Arvid art Still Life:
Through Thomas Arvid's strikingly realistic compositions of wine, he has redefined the modern still life, setting an unmatched precedent in the art world. He unites the aesthetics of art and the sensual complexity of fine wine in his large-scale paintings. He has a talent for portraying light and color. Uniting an eye for photo-realism with a genuine talent for abstract composition, Thomas Arvid offers an innovative commentary about a familiar subject. He has achieved incredible success and national acclaim with his still life compositions of wine and the rituals that surround it.
Thomas Arvid is a Detroit native with no formal art training. He never dreamed of making a career as an artist, but was encouraged to find a secure job and dedicate himself to the blue collar work ethics of his home. Though drawing, painting murals, and doing illustrations were a part of Thomas Arvid's child ... (more)
Edward Gordon Still Life:
Edward Gordon achieves complete and painstaking precision in his rendering of textures, colors and forms. Like photography Edward Gordon deliberately softens the strong contrasts of the picture without blurring the forms. Edward Gordon mellows the outline drawing with such perfection that it becomes impossible to detect his under drawings.
Edward Gordon creates a quiet beauty of a simple scene with fresh eyes giving the viewer an idea of what Gordon felt as he watched the light flooding through the windows and the shadows and colors cast by objects in the interiors.
Because of the precision and incredible detail contained in each of Gordon's paintings, Edward Gordon is able to produce only 4 to 6 images per year.
Edward Gordon is a consummate draftsman with a keen eye depicting his subject matters. Edward Gordon solitude evokes all of one's senses: the smell and sounds of the oc ... (more)
Scott Jacobs Still Life:
The first artist to be licensed by Harley Davidson, Scott Jacobs has elevated motorcycle art to an unprecedented level. Scott Jacobs' work is characterized as photo realistic, offering extreme detail and realism. Jacobs uses both acrylic and oil mediums on canvas, masonite and other surfaces. Scott Jacobs also uses many photographs of a subject, taken from all angles to achieve the depth shown in his paintings. Scott Jacobs' work is remarkable for its photo realistic excellence.
The latest work is not just realistic, people have described it as surreal. Scott Jacobs' professional training includes Parson's School of Design in New York, Ducret School of Art in New Jersey, and numerous illustration "getaways", all of which were taught by some of the most well established illustrators in the nation today. Scott Jacobs' style and success has rejuvenated the super-realistic genre of art. ... (more)
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