Monday, December 10, 2007

New Works by Up-and-Coming Artists

Since I love to profile outstanding artists and craftsmen here, I thought I'd share these two little jewels with you. Twin sisters, these artists share a very similar style. They work primarly in Crayola and newsprint and seem to be most heavily influnced by Picasso's early works, particularly his animals and sealife series. Note their choices of rabbit and mermaid as compared to Picasso's Rooster, and well as their advanced use of line and texture, with spectacular color stories.

Though I sense some outside assistance in these works, it's obvious these two young masters in the making have very long, successful careers ahead of them. I'll be sure to keep you updated on new works. :-)

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SurfacetoAirMedia said...

How much for an original? (art is an INVESTMENT!) :)

Kelly Warren said...

Hmmm.....I've have to discuss that with the artists. They have pretty high standards! Though their agent has informed me these two pieces are not for sale! :-)