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Craig Everett Paintings

 
 



Progress of latest paintings by Craig Everett. If you would like any more information, don’t hesitate to email.

Date: 4th May 2015
LABELS: Canvas , Contemporary , Craig Everett , Figurative , Landscape , Limited Edition Print , Northern , Original Painting , Painting Progress , Portrait , Street Art , Technique , Urban Art

 
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Bowie - Print Release

 
 



Now available to buy, Bowie by Rourke Van Dal
Signed and Numbered limited edition Giclee print on 315g paper


Date: 19th March 2015
LABELS: Contemporary , David Bowie , Legends , Limited Edition Print , Original Painting , Pop Art , Portrait , Technique , Urban Art

 
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Bowie Progress

 
 



A glimpse of a David Bowie portrait commission, I have been working on. You can see the delicate lines which make up the style.

Date: 13th January 2015
LABELS: Contemporary , David Bowie , Painting Progress , Pop Art , Portrait , Technique , Urban Art

 
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’Local Lad’ Hockney Portrait

 
 



A tribute to fellow Bradfordian and Inspiration David Hockney Portrait, made entirely from the Telegraph & Argus. Sculpted/Paint protruding of of a 4ft Chunky Pallet front.

Date: 10th November 2014
LABELS: 3d Sculpted Paint , Contemporary , Discarded Pallet , Hockney Portrait , Los Angeles , Newspaper , Northern , Painting Progress , Portrait , Technique , Urban Art

 
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Commissioned Portraits

 
 



Showing the in stages the development and the build up of layers. Work in progress of a Portrait I am working on.

Date: 26th September 2014
LABELS: Contemporary , Original Painting , Painting Progress , Pop Art , Portrait , Technique , Urban Art

 
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Jackson Pollock Portrait by Rourke Van Dal

 
 



Decollage & Sculpted Paint protruding from the surface of a Discarded Pallett. Newpaper, Emulsion & Acrylic

In 1946 Jackson Pollock’s artwork went through dramatic changes with the emergence of his dripped and poured canvases. These “drip” paintings consisted of layered swirls of color on black ground in which the artist’s process and movements can be seen in how the colors are layered on top of one another. Pollock became on of the most famous painters of the Abstract Expressionist movement and/or style for his gestural paint application: pouring, flicking and dripping onto canvas laid out on the floor. He used sticks, brushes and chicken-basters to apply the paint to the canvas. Pollock believed that the “action” of the artist tapped into the subconscious – automatism. He was primarily interested in the dramatic unfolding of the unconscious on the painting’s surface and the creation of an allover surface. He believed that dripped and poured canvases eliminated all recognizable imagery and that an act of painting was an act of self-realization heavily influenced by existentialism – which draws on their principle of state of being is defined by action.

Historical and Cultural Context: In the early ’50s the Abstract Expressionist movement became increasingly more popular in New York as well as in Europe. The artists working in this style sought to express inner feelings, spiritual ideas and universal concepts through abstract forms. In an effort to move away from World War II, the Holocaust in Europe, the threat of the atomic bomb and McCarthyism in America, Abstract Expressionist artists transformed the activity of painting into an almost spiritual practice. Formal elements such as line, shape and color became the means to express universal feelings, spirituality and even sometimes the psyche of the artist.


Date: 6th May 2011
LABELS: 3d Sculpted Paint , Contemporary , Discarded Pallet , Jackson Pollock , Portrait , Stencil , Street Art , Technique

 
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The Mr Nice Project - Featuring Howard Marks

 
 



We are delighted to introduce ’The Mr Nice Project’; an exclusively commissioned portrait series based on the legendary author and activist Howard Marks. A specially selected group of artists have been invited to produce portraits of Howard Marks including Goldie, Terry Cryer, Nick Reynolds, Rourke Van Dal, Replete and David Rusbatch. Howard Marks himself will be in attendance at the exhibition preview at RedHouse Originals Gallery in Harrogate on October 26th.

Date: 13th November 2010
LABELS: Art Show , Exhibition , Howard Marks , Mr Nice , Portrait , RedHouse Originals

 
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