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New & Noteworthy Artworks: November 2021


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New & Noteworthy Artworks: November 2021

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New & Noteworthy Artworks: November 2021

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This November, we are excited to share with you The Artling’s newly listed artworks to add to your collection. Art gives a space character and helps to personalize a home or working space. Browse our list of photography works, paintings, and mixed media works in a variety of different styles!


 

Filée # 042, Lake Ontario, Toronto, Ontario, Canada by Martine CoteIconLink
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Filée # 042, Lake Ontario, Toronto, Ontario, Canada by Martine Cote, was inspired as she was at the heart Filées where she explored explore the dance between time and light, movement and stillness, ephemerality and permanence. When placed side by side, the filées show the horizon as a continuous line, like an étoile filante, a shooting star streaking across the sky. The line is never ending. Filées dances between time and light and is both permanent and ephemeral, with infinite possibilities and limitless promise. 

LrD117-1172 - Mirador Likan-Antay - San Pedro de Atacama - Chile by Gonzalo Contreras del Solar comes with an amazing story of how the work came to be. The artist was not able to go to his desired location due to Covid-19, and instead saw a location when he was on the way back to his hotel. The distant clouds started turning pink, but the view was not what he was expecting, in addition it had haze. Suddenly a few small clouds formed at a closer distance and with a curious design, which he shares here.

Click on the image above to read the full story of how he managed to capture this beautiful sunset.

Event Horizon by Sean Christopher Ward who is an interdisciplinary artist focusing his efforts of painting in the style of op art, with major influences from Masters of the movement, like Bridget Riley and Victor Vasarely, who utilize flat design to create depth and kinetic movement through strict hard edges and the utilization of masterfully placed colors side by side or next to negative space to keep the works constantly moving within the optics of the viewer.

His collection of Chromatic Hallucinations is a body of work that focuses on the ideals of pattern. It can represent many different things throughout humanity. The people, the beliefs they follow, the natural world around you, the history of subjects and the traditions that have been followed. Different colors and shapes vary meanings throughout different cultures, but the idea is carried down from generation to generation.

Constructive Colors 5 by Cristina Bergamo, is an artwork done through graphic design and the correlation of colors and geometric shapes where she creates her own language, almost a private alphabet to convey her feeling about the world to the people around her.

Monterey Blues by Nadia Attura is inspired by all that glitters within it's coastal waters. California's swimming jellyfish part of the underwater portfolio. Original photography worked in layers, adding gold paint, chalks and washes to create the final print adding Pantone Color of the Year Classic Blue 2020 to the inky depths. 

L´Origine De La Vie by Spanish artist, Mercedes Aparicio lives & works between Zurich, Switzerland & Santander, Spain. She exhibited mainly in Switzerland & Spain. Her artworks belong to many public collections in Spain as Mairie de Suances Museum in Cantabria, Casas de Aguila y la Parra Museum in Santillina del Mar, Cantabria & Casa de Cantabria in Madrid.

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Nature 78 by Muriel Napoli was inspired by nature's ability to change independently of the action of humanity, from its origins to today. Her works connects the world to beings and things, to form a whole, an entirety.

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Wind by San Francisco-based artist Jason Engelund merges aspects of painting and photography in ways that expand the definition of both mediums. His compositions are grounded in the realm of landscape, where foreground and background elements lead the eye inwards towards a rational picture space. Engelund upends that sensible grasp of visual reality, which we have come to expect from a landscape photograph, dissolving into an abstracted dreamscape in which the mind is tantalized by psychedelic color fields, burned out light blots, flashes of text, and visceral encounters with paint. Positioned somewhere between memory and metaphor, the work invites viewers to question pre-supposed limitations of the photographic image.

"Ling Ling Qi" (零零七) by island6 六岛 (Liu Dao) is a Shanghai-based collective of tech-geeks and creative talents whose driving force is collaboration. Since its inception in 2006, this dynamic international group has produced multimedia art that muses on the relationship between the delicate qualities of traditional art and the technical complexities of the contemporary. Artists from diverse disciplines converge to contemplate the past, present, and future of China through their humorous and innovative new media work. Their unique collaborative philosophy explores the cultural potential of the convergence of art, technology, and science in their quest to promote cross-cultural dialogue. Liu Dao's ever expanding repertoire includes works in diverse mediums such as LED art, video art, interactive art, neon, photography, painting, sculpture, and dynamic laser art, among others.

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Delight by Sassoon Kosian is a geometric abstract sculpture that is lightweight and ready to hang. It is made with wood and painted with latex paint. Kosian’s art relates to the human experience with particular emphasis on experiences that forge us into better people. Kosian begins his artistic process by visualizing the concept through digital blueprints. After having been thoroughly planned out, they make their way onto canvas through acrylics. His sculptural process is more spontaneous and the pieces are imbued with architectonic qualities. 

Grapple (Nacho Libre) by Pablo Alfredo de la Peña was inspired by Mexican wrestling 'Nacho Libre'. Paul Peña is a self-taught geometric form artist and sculptor utilizing geometric forms within his paintings to create 3D illusions. Most recently has moved to sculpting in wood fulltime.


We hope you liked our list of new artworks in November, do check out the other works in our November 2021 collection here!


Any views or opinions in the post are solely those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the views of the company or contributors.


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