Mark Davies Whimsical Art:
Mixed media British artist Mark Davies has built a solid reputation for creating thought-provoking art with genuine meaning and sentiment, art that is driven by a fascinating multi-layered narrative like no other. Mark has become known as "The Storyteller" for his ability to transform much-loved books, films, and plays into an immersive battle between darkness and light. A growing international collector base has seen well in excess of one hundred original works sold, making him a respected and successful artist within the contemporary art world.
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Bob Doucette Whimsical Art:
Bob Doucette's whimsical and highly saturated images come from the world of dreams. Sometimes bordering on psychedelic, his imagery is a product of a decade of theater work, which included lots of puppet design, and twenty three years in the world of animation. As a young boy, he was denied the right to own dolls, which propelled him to create his own. The repressed desire for dolls remains a driving force for his doll-like imagery. By tapping into his unconscious thoughts and the collective consciousness he is able to be both personal and universal with his themes.
Bob Doucette earned a BFA at RISD and an MFA at CalARTS; he studied both illustration and animation. His independently animated films won him many prestigious awards and honors, and his MFA thesis film, Pink Triangle, is in the permanent collection at the New York Public Library. His Ben Franklin doll, created for t ... (more)
Tom Everhart prints Whimsical Art:
The larger-than-life paintings of Tom Everhart straddle the line between the comfortably familiar and a new way of seeing. He is the only fine artist educated by Charles Schulz, and granted lifelong permission by the Peanuts creator to use his characters to make extraordinary fine art. Everhart utilizes the instantly recognizable image of Snoopy to communicate a new sensibility--one that is at once accessible and exotic.
The element that originally drew Tom Everhart to Schulz was a fascination with the "brilliant architecture of Schulz's black ink line," and its potential for monumental shifts in tone and scale. Tom Everhart's love of Schulz's line--and his remarkable ability to capture it with his own vivid interpretation--impressed Schulz and launched a friendship that continued until Schulz's death in 2000.
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Charles Fazzino Art Whimsical Art:
As the creator of limited edition fine art silkscreen serigraphs, Charles Fazzino is best known for his obsession with bright colors and wonderful detail, a frenetic energy that infuses his work, and the unique hand-assembled, 3-D layering technique that brings his images to life.
Charles Fazzino, graduate of the School of Visual Arts in New York City, is one of the most popular and highly-collected pop artists of all time. During his more-than-thirty years as an artist, he has inserted his unique, detailed, vibrant, and three-dimensional style of artwork into the very fabric of popular culture. His artworks are exhibited in hundreds of museums and galleries in more than twenty different countries. He has received many private and important commissions, and has been selected as the official artist for festivals and events all over the world. Charles Fazzino is often referred to as a ... (more)
Tom Lewis Whimsical Art:
Tom Lewis is a premium degree pencil wizard, and mouse master of the first order. Born in Birmingham in 1979, his studio is currently on an industrial estate in Tottenham, perhaps one of the most beautiful and visually inspiring places on earth.
Leaving his A-Levels to fend for themselves, he left school to study art at college and went on to a Fine Art degree at Middlesex University. Whilst at University Tom had a very strange experience on a train, which sparked the series of events that lead us here. The story is too long to be told now although, briefly, it led to the creation of a mythological 18th century French philosopher, the forging of a sword and the images that you see today. Sadly, Tom later learned that his A-Levels perished in the wild.
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Nano Lopez Sculpture Whimsical Art:
Nano Lopez is an artist gifted with the rare ability to see the world as a child sees it, with exploration, wonder, and creativity. He is deeply fascinated by the sometimes troubling mysteries of life and its inherent struggles. Nano Lopez was born in 1955 in Bogota Colombia. At 23 Nano Lopez began working as an apprentice in a monumental scale carving marble and granite and fabricating steel. In 1983 Nano Lopez moved to the Pacific Northwest of the United States. During the following four years, he was employed by various bronze foundries in the Northwest, and further developed his abilities in welding, tooling, and patinas evolving into the artist that we admire today. In Nano Lopez's artistic process, Nano Lopez integrates organic textures and synthetic, and man made objects into his bronzes to create art that reflects the same depth and richness he sees in the world around him. Altho ... (more)
Thad Markham Whimsical Art:
Artist Thad Markham is a California native, born and raised in the mountains of Southern California. His youth was spent skiing competitively every winter and racing around Big Bear Lake on jet skis and water skis all summer. Santa Barbara was the next stop, as Thad pursued an engineering degree at UCSB. He worked in his field for a mercifully brief time before striking out for more exciting pastures as an entrepreneur. Thad moved to Cambria, California in 1992.
Years of hard work and long hours later, his business a roaring success, Thad's ever-active mind sought new challenges. It all started with the bananas. One bright sunny morning he was sitting at breakfast and his glance fell on a bunch of bananas on the table. "That's funny," he said to himself, "it almost looks like they're dancing." Thus began his preoccupation with the secret lives of fruits and vegetables...he began haunt ... (more)
Fabio Napoleoni Whimsical Art:
What the Heart wants and the Heart needs can be found in a Fabio Napoleoni painting. Nostalgia, sorrow and moments that lift the soul are all there for the world to see and experience along with him. The vivid colors and captivating characters invite you into an emotional ride that is welcomed by the mind and the Heart all created by Fabio Napoleoni.
Many events influenced Fabios' artwork but none more than the traumatic events that followed the birth of his second child. His daughter, born with major heart abnormalities, had to face several surgeries to correct issues that could prevent her from having a future. Overwhelmed with his daughter's issues and surrounded by an emotional sea of sorrow from other parents in the same situation, Fabio grew. While his wife and daughter slept, Fabio wondered the halls of the Children's Care Unit looking for a spot where he could sketch out ... (more)
Alexandra Nechita Whimsical Art:
Alexandra Nechita was born in Romania on August 27, 1985. She began working in pen and ink at the age of two. By age five, she had graduated to watercolors. At seven, Alexandra Nechita was using oils and acrylics.
Alexandra Nechita's first exhibit was a one-woman (child) show held at a Los Angeles area public library when she was just eight years old. Her talent was instantly recognized as capacity crowds came to see the "petite Picasso" as the press labeled her.
Alexandra's talent was instantly recognized as crowds came to see her amazing and often monumental paintings. She attracted the attention of art critics and the media who began telling the world about this rarest of child prodigies - an artist who had mastered drawing and color, an artist who had created a visual language of her own, in a unique, lyrical, figurative, abstract manner. Alexandra Nechita's career has elevat ... (more)
Matt Rinard Whimsical Art:
Matt Rinard's work is famous for ironic, surprising and just a little off-kilter humor. Rinard's paintings and prints are also prized for their bold composition and vibrant colors, but it is Matt Rinard's quirky sense of humor and his subject matter that have won him a devoted following around the world. The subjects of Rinard's most recognizable works are intentionally funny, often revolving around the imagined antics and comic antagonisms of household pets when no humans are watching. Dogs and cats appear in an imaginative array of comical situations. The antics of Matt Rinard's own three dogs are a huge source of inspiration for Rinard.
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Mackenzie Thorpe Whimsical Art:
Mackenzie Thorpe's Art is amongst the most sought after in the UK today. His reputation as an artist continues to grow worldwide on an unprecedented scale. He is an ordinary individual, who has, through his art, the extraordinary ability to convey emotions and messages that speak a universal language.
His childhood experiences in Middlesbrough, UK have created in him a mixed bag of emotions. He remembers the warmth of togetherness that comes from sharing hard times and struggle, and the quick street humor that both then and now is so much part of everyday life in Middlesbrough. In contrast to this, he remembers the pain of isolation and loneliness from being an aspiring artist. This was an environment where the aesthetic attributes of art held little or no sway - there were no role models to be guided or inspired by and no indication that art could be anything other than a hobby. S ... (more)
Fascination St. Fine Art Gallery is honored to be a finalist in the Denver Business Journal's 2020 Small Business Awards.
Denver Business Journal's 2020 Small Business Awards fall during an unprecidented time in American life - and this year's
finalists illustrate Colorado's diverse community of small but mighty businesses facing the Covid-19 crisis.
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