Greek Landscape by Aristodimos Kaldis, another New York School painter waiting to be rediscovered. Like Chagall, devoted much of his oeuvre to memories of a foreign landscape. It is from these memories that his work received so much if his power. Self-taught, we see some Kandinsky in his work. We are working on an exhibition of his landscapes. Stay tuned. #aristodimoskaldis #chagall #kandinsky #art #artoftheday #landscapepainting #greekartist #modernart #fineart #painting #instafollowers @love.watts @artfido #abstract #abstraction #abstractexpressionism
Richard Colman is well known for his paintings of colorful human figures bending and twisting into abstract compositions. Featured here on our blog,
Colman’s new works explore the intricacies and curiosities of human
relationships in bold and geometric displays. Similar to the frontalism
style seen in Egyptian art, the heads of his figures are usually drawn
in profile, while the body is seen from the front. The San Francisco
based artist recently exhibited in the rotating Los Angeles exhibition
curated by Roger Gastman, “W.I.P.” (Work in Progress), which closed over the holiday.