Pop Art! is a new original video series produced by digital entertainment company Pop-Post. We’re an independent voice and growing community in the gaming, comics and animation universe, featuring creative content for, by and about female creators, artists and fans.
In Pop Art! Episode #002, Host Sapphire Sandalo weighs in on Lola Bunny in the 90’s hit movie Space Jam and its upcoming reboot, and chats with Gravity Falls Artist and Disney Animation Director, Dana Terrace.
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Sabina Nore’s love for arts began in her aunt’s and uncle’s atelier, both master painters, where the world of arts and particularly painting, opened its doors for her at a very young age. When she was barely a teenager she discovered what would turn out to be the most fascinating sphere of that world, namely surrealism. Playful, alive, challenging and limitless – to her the very embodiment of the term “art”.
She studied fine arts, music, psychology, enjoyed a carreer as a creative director, animator, and designer, to ultimately return to painting, one of her greatest passions, possibly only matched by writing.
Sabina is primarily a surrealist painter but also enjoys the occasional stroll into pop art (or pop surrealism), cartoons, fantasy art and caricature.
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Sabina Nore is a surreal painter and artist and is featured in a book by Jaume Cullell, Marcin Migdal and Mad Artist Publishing. How to Paint Ultra Realistic Caricatures – Art Courses & Video Tutorials wih Jaume Cullell and Friends
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Click this http://miradorgallery.com/artists/painters/dennis-larkins/ to see more videos of Pop Art Artist Dennis Larkins at Mirador Gallery in Santa Fe.
To Purchase His Artwork Call Mirador Gallery (505) 995-1977
In this Video Dennis Larkins describes his work, “It triggers something inside that creates a response. The response that it creates is variable depending on the person” ” The more you get into the content the more you might realize that it’s actually the story of you not the story of me”
Dennis Larkins is responsible for pioneering and refining a bold new approach to artistic expression. His paintings literally jump off the canvas, his prints seem to pull you into a three-dimensional world. His work combines clear traces of his varied and eclectic theatrical career, juxtaposed with the pop-surrealism of cultural images, with subjects ranging from edgy to darkly humorous to whimsically cosmic.
The limitations of photography and the Internet prevent you, gentle surfer, from fully appreciating the topographical qualities of Dennis’ body of work. Fortunately, the power of the images hold up just fine in two-dimensions, so don’t hesitate to browse the pieces presented below and appreciate for yourself the many other levels that each painting presents.
Or, to put it in Dennis’ own words, “Art is the point of contact between artist and viewer, idea and expression, cause and effect. The result is a creative experience containing limitless potential for dialog and interpretation.”
“How does he do it?” Dennis uses foams, rubber, and plastics to achieve a combination of low- and high-relief sculpture directly applied to the canvas or built up in layers. Some paintings “pop” more than others, but even the most multi-layered works (“Unfinished Business”, for example) do not exceed five inches in depth. But, thanks to Dennis’ skill, even a few inches of dimensionality can seem to create the illusion of a fully immersive scene.
James Rosenquist. The Art of Pop: Soup Cans & Superstars Documentary clip.
James Rosenquist is an American artist and one of the protagonists in the pop-art movement.
Alastair Sooke champions pop art as one of the most important art forms of the twentieth century, peeling back pop’s frothy, ironic surface to reveal an art style full of subversive wit and radical ideas.
Alastair also explores how pop’s fascination with celebrity, advertising and the mass media was part of a global art movement, and he travels to China to discover how a new generation of artists are reinventing pop art’s satirical, political edge for the 21st century.
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Inspired by Roy Lichtenstein, Andy Warhol and all American pop artists who exhibited at the Leo Castelli Gallery in New York City in the 60s. All which became leading figures in the new art movement gave me inspiration to create a Pop Art make-up look particularly being inspired by Roy’s famous looks with the telephone with an old-fashioned comic strip edge. Every time I look at Pop Art images since I came familiar with this art I imagined how I could paint that on an actual persons face, this vision remained in my head for a long time and it’s been an amazing journey to finally re-create Roy Lichtenstein’s famous looks with make-up hair and body painting with an amazing creative team who believed in my vision and made this possible. Hope it all inspires you all.
Photographer: Roger Charles www.rogercharlesphotography.co.uk
Model: Julie Aston
Make-up, Hair and Nails: Karla Powell www.karlapowell.co.uk
Body Painting: Deborah Love @ www.follies.co.uk