Paintings by Allison Schulnik. Los Angeles.
Ridiculous Texture, love the tiger.
This is rather.. different. I haven’t seen much like it, really.
wow. these are lovely, i’m a texture fanatic.
Love the texture too. Are you using your fingers Allison?
This is so abrasive, and in your face. I like it.
ahaha these are awesome! 😀
Awesome style! Great vivacity!
I want those monkeys on my wall…
WHAT IS GOING ON? AHHHHHH!!! I love a lot of things, but I really, and I mean REALLY LOVE THIS. I would LOOOOOOVE one of these on my walls, how freaking incredible, unlike anything else!!!!!! 1-4 is AHHHHH!!!
Disturbing and different, I really like it; especially Monkeys.
wow congratulations. in mexico we wold talk “pasado de verga”
such an amazing painter
POWERFULL,strange. full w toughts
allison, really, just breathtaking. if i could i would lay a big wet smooch right up on your cheek.
I saw this work at the UnoSuNove Gallery in Rome while assisting Artists Anonymous- they showed with her. The work is gorgeous in person! So glad to see it here too.
omg, these are insanely ridiculous.
Really really good. Shame i thought i was the only one working in this style. What size are these? PLease let me know. Thanks
Love energy inside you works .So emotional.
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they are alive and screaming to get out of 2D canvas world – inspirational – thanks
they are alive, evolving out of the 2D canvas world – and pissed about it ~ inspirational work ! thanks
I met the artist at my course at otis, She is so nice and extremely talented. She made a claymation video for the band grizzly bear, and it is incredible!
check it out
I Want The First!
No way, it’s Allison! I’ve loved the video for Grizzly Bear’s Ready, Able from the first second I saw it and the third picture looks just like the scene in the final 30-or-so seconds. I love how the paintings look exactly like her – I immediately thought of her when I saw the monkey head in the preview picture.
Thanks for posting this! 🙂
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LOVE all of these! Great flow and energy, I must try this
those monkeys freak me out
SUPERB use of media- Finally something new, fresh and really different!
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