The Student Artworks Foundation recently presented an art exhibition titled ‘Body and Physicality in the Works of Emerging Artists; Look What Young Emerging Artists See’. Paintings featured in this exhibition were specially selected from among many works by young artists in association with the Student Artworks Foundation. The theme of most of the paintings was the human physique.
Paintings Featured in ‘Body and Physicality in the Works of Emerging Artists. Look What Young Emerging Artists See’
Here are a few paintings that reveal what young, talented artists see when they view the human body. (These paintings were featured in ‘Body and Physicality in the Works of Emerging Artists. Look What Young Emerging Artists See’):
At the Bottom of the Heart, 2015 — Created by Polish artist Grazyna Ochowiak, this painting features a naked woman cradled into a fetal position. The painting communicates, “Don’t say anything. Just be.”
- Blue Eyes, 2012 — This piece, painted by German artist Henny Perkins, is acrylic on paper and features a messy-haired woman’s face smeared with face paint.
- In the eye of the beholder, 2015 — Also crafted by Perkins, this painting shows a rainbow-colored abstract eye. Reportedly, the artist herself said, “…’Blue Eyes’ and ‘In the eye of the beholder’: ‘They have the same meaning to me, abstractifying modern beauty and beauty standards. I wanted to show faces with peculiar proportions in a very colorful and maybe uncommon way.
- Long long time ago, 2016 — Painted by Polish artist Dagmara Rybak, this piece is a glittery, dreamy feast for the eyes. Speaking of this vintage-looking piece of art, Rybak said, “The originality of this painting comes from glittering elements on the foreground which concealing their hidden meaning. The ‘hot’ captures, the awareness of fleeing time and unique moments… all these give us the creative power to choose our favorite path.”
Read about and view many more of the pieces featured in ‘Body and Physicality in the Works of Emerging Artists. Look What Young Emerging Artists See’ here.
Note: all information was derived from this article by Google Arts and Culture.
See What Michelangelo Saw in the Human Body
What do you see when you look at the human body? Artist Michelangelo saw something he wanted to draw with precision. He accomplished this by utilizing his experience as an anatomist when putting pencil to paper.
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