23.11.15 by Staff

Lifelike Goldfish Painted by Japanese Artist Riusuke Fukahori

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These lifelike goldfish are actually acrylic paintings, created layer by layer, within resin. The fish are referenced from schools of live goldfish artist Riusuke Fukahori keeps in his studio. The constant need to clean the fish tanks also informs Fukahori’s broader sense of environmental consciousness–seeing the fish as not unlike people in the soiling of our own air/water and the potentially deadly consequences if left unchecked.

Fukahori’s second solo show, Goldfish Salvation, will be at New York’s Joshua Liner Gallery until December 19th. More images and a video clip of his incredible process below!

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23.11.15 by Jeff

Artist Spotlight: Stephanie Clark

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Paintings by Ithaca, New York-based artist Stephanie Clark (found via our November Reader Submissions). More images below.

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23.11.15 by Jeff

Artist Spotlight: Lindsay Stripling

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Paintings by San Francisco-based artist Lindsay Stripling (found via our November Reader Submissions). More images below.

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18.11.15 by Jeff

Artist Spotlight: Amelia Alcock-White

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A selection of paintings by Vancouver-based artist Amelia Alcock-White. More images below.

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17.11.15 by Jeff

Artist Spotlight: Chris Oh

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A selection of paintings by Portland-born, Brooklyn-based, artist Chris Oh. Thanks to Dan Gluibizzi for the recommendation. More images below.

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10.11.15 by Jeff

Artist Spotlight: Drew Young

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“Flagrance”, a series of new paintings by Vancouver-based artist Drew Young. More images below.

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09.11.15 by Jeff

Artist Spotlight: Dan Gluibizzi

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A selection of work from You Don’t Have to Be Alone Tonight, Portland-based artist Dan Gluibizzi’s show that just opened at CULT in San Francisco. More images below.

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06.11.15 by Jeff

Beautiful Poured Paintings by Artist Ian Davenport

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Artist Ian Davenport makes many of his works by pouring gloss paint onto an angled surface to let the paint travel across the surface creating lines and sometimes pooling near the bottom. Have a look at more of his work below, the image at the bottom will give you a better idea how he created these.

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