Paintings by Glennray Tutor.
thanks to Glennray’s son, Zach, for the heads up.
I like those glass-ball
<3 marble balls!
Okay this is ridiculous… no matter how hard I work in life, I will never be able to churn out anything as incredible as this =/
The attention to detail is incredible! Seriously great work.
Wow, what a unique, awesome subject. These are so awesome!
Dang. Marbles AND romance comics? Whew!
Crazy. I love marbles.
new to your site today!
I love it!!!! very beautiful for my futur appartment héhé
mind blowing, really
wow.this is absolutely ah-ma-zing!
Fantastic combination. Makes me feel like a literate child – whatever that means.
these are paintings???
The feminine marbles are pretty clever…
Ah, yes, love is a bowl full of marbles. I like the cartoon rendering of human passion and the overlay of the child’s game of Marbles. How close to the line can we be and still not win?
Here’s a site for the various forms of Marble Love: http://www.landofmarbles.com/marbles-play.html
Ahhhhhh….shit! These are so good!
what an amazing artist! seriously- this blows my mind!
Oh, it’s magic!!! really nice.
who carries his works? Cost?
Fabulous. The thoughts of childhood and treasured items radiate love from the painting.
these are paintings? geez louize!
At first I was thinking, “Funny of them to post an entire set,” because I thought they were photographs. Turns out they are paintings.
Thanks, Booooooom. Mind sufficiently blown.
I’ve seen Glennray’s paintings in person and they are truly astonishing. I agree with the sentiment of everyone who has posted here–he’s the painter’s painter.
Wow, nice nice nice work.
This doesn’t do his work justice. Glennray Tutor is an artistic genious. He has a painting that is currently in the MS Museum of Art of mason jars with canned vegetables in it. Sounds normal…right? WRONG! When you see this piece in person, it will blow your mind. I stood there in awe.
I lived beside Tutor’s grocery from ’65-70.. many great memories of walking into the store and checking out the candy counter to the immediate left, and Mr. Hubert behind the meat counter, with his white apron on.. sure wish you could put the inside of the store in oil.. ‘love all your work… pw
A selection of paintings by Berlin-based artist Jonas Burgert. More images below.
I can’t stop looking at these paintings by artist Oda Jaune, who was born in Bulgaria and now lives and works in Paris. They’re just so weird! I love them. More images below.
Some fantastic work by Paris-based illustrator Nicolas Dehghani. More images below.
A selection of paintings by artist Amy Sol. More images below.
A fantastic ongoing project by designer Bertjan Pot. Started in 2010, “Masks” emerged from an attempt to make a carpet out of brightly coloured rope. See more non-carpets below!