Paintings by Kris Knight.
via: creative output
i just saw his work in L.A.! the paintings are quite beautiful and intriguing. i love the cold, ‘wet’ quality of each portrait.
how big are the paintings?
oh wait i see the dimensions on the site – yea id like to see them in person
that fourth one is amazing
Love the last two.
they are great. they all look ill and sweaty… the first one reminds of the “tallest man on earth” singer
me encantaron estas! esa ultima esta increible
these have a very ethereal feel to them!
I really love these. Especially 1, 2, and 5.
Looks a bit like vampire chic, but I do like the 3rd image.
I like portraits wherein I feel assured of being able to best the subject(s) in an arm-wrestle. Nicely done.
His work is really intriguing. I love that he takes such a traditional approach while addressing modern issues. Knight’s work and the role of technique: http://twurl.nl/7hwk2g
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The last one is gorgeous. The way he creates emotion in the art is amazing…
눈빛이랑 입술표현이 매력적이군요^.^ 멋진 작품이에요.
Fascinating and lips, expressive eyes ^. ^ It’s a great piece.
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