Another month has rolled around, and The Artling brings you a fresh set of 10 new and noteworthy artworks for November! These artists from around the world have created eye-catching and expressive pieces that are sure to add character and colour to your walls. These artworks span a wide range of styles from still life, nature, and abstract forms to portraiture and whimsical surrealism. Scroll down to browse our top picks for November!
Argentinian artist Miri Baruch was born in 1964 and moved to Israel when she was 15 years old. Painting is her most profound passion, and she is inspired by colours and shapes of nature, the sky, the clouds, the trees, the sea, and the mountains. She is also inspired by the human body and facial gestures. Miri considers the process of making an abstract painting an adventurous journey. For the artist, it starts with a few random strokes and slowly develops, layer by layer until she feels she has conveyed the story to the canvas. When creating her vibrant paintings, Miri enjoys exploring abstract elements and adding dynamic dimensions to her canvases. She paints with acrylic using brushes, spatulas, and sponges. She also occasionally works with oil, incorporating cold vax medium to the oil paint.
Born and based in France, Mea Ambrozo has exhibited her works nationally and internationally. The artist uses painting, photography, and drawing to explore themes of nature, architecture, and time through shadow, contrast, and colour. Mea describes her work as semi-abstract, and she creates pieces that generate meaning without referring directly to concrete ideas. She uses acrylic paint and pigments on linen canvas and Sennelier wood fibre. She is deeply inspired by Anglo-Saxon paintings and artists such as Edouard Hopper and David Hockney. A sense of silence is something that can be felt in each of her paintings. She explores the silence of deserted streets, isolated houses, and rooms that seem empty.
Romanian artist Andrada Elena Anghel moved to Montreal, Canada in 2000, and this is when her dream to became a full-time artist transformed into reality. When she paints, she prefers to let her natural instinct and spontaneity guide her. To the artist, the material used in an artwork has the ability to express something and tell a story. Most of her works have thick textures that give a three-dimensional quality to the piece. Andrada experiments with different mediums, and her works are inspired by nature, myths, and legends. Through her abstract painting, she tries to encapsulate several dualitys: abstraction and figuration, textures and fine lines, and reality and myth.
Muriel Napoli lives and works in Marseille, a port city in southern France. Her works evoke a sense of connection between living beings and inanimate objects. Muriel is inspired by nature and its ability to change regardless of humanity's actions. She draws visual imagery from the creation of the oceans and the formation of fire and magma. She utilises the scientific origins of these elements and focuses on conveying the organic essence in her paintings.
A product of dual heritage, Tamary Kudita was born in Zimbabwe whilst her ancestry can be traced back to Orange Free State, a historical Boer state in Southern Africa. She chose to study fine art at Michaelis School of Fine Art at the University of Cape Town. There, she graduated in 2017 with a bachelor of fine arts. Subsequently, she established herself in fine art photography thus beginning her artistic career. She maintains an active studio practice and has exhibited in Zimbabwe and outside the country. Her investigation of colonialism's legacy on the family structure has resulted in works and solo exhibitions that delve into the history of the postcolonial identity.
Malaysian artist Justin Lim completed his postgraduate studies in 2006 with a Masters of Art (Fine Art) degree from The Open University UK conducted at Lasalle College of the Arts, Singapore and has a Bachelor's in Fine Art (Hons) majoring in painting. He was the recipient of the 2008 Malaysia-Australia Visual Artist Residency at Rimbun Dahan, Malaysia and participated in the 2009 Asian Art Biennial held at the Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts. He was also the recipient of the 2011 Asian Artist Fellowship at the Vermont Studio Center, USA and the 2012 Khazanah Nasional Artist Residency hosted by Red Gate Gallery in Beijing, China. In 2016, he exhibited in Asia Young 36, a survey of young contemporary art practices in Asia at the Jeonbuk Museum of Art in South Korea and was also the International artist in residence at The Tasmanian College of the Arts, University of Tasmania, Australia. He lives and works in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Justin’s paintings, installations, and mixed media works are assemblages of appropriated imageries and borrowed signs from a variety of Pop culture sources such as cult or popular films, cartoons, comic books and graphic posters. His works examine the contemporary social context, touching on issues such as politics, culture and religion by using potent metaphors usually associated with urban subcultures and applying a cut-and-paste painting method in which eclectic images are juxtaposed to create startling interpretations.
American artist Adrian Sibley paints with the goal of placing the viewer in different frames of consciousness. His ultimate goal is to open his viewers' subconscious through his abstract expressionist-style works. To the artist, if his abstract forms can make his viewers feel slightly uneasy, he feels that his paintings have done their job. The titles of his works are mostly inspired by music, colours, emotions, and the complexity of human life.
Shine Huang is a Chinese-born photographer based in Atlanta, Georgia and holds an MFA in Photography from Savannah College of Art and Design and a B.S. in Sports Management - Journalism from Arkansas State University. He is continuously seeking out different methods of storytelling and expression. In his works, he focuses on adapting historical photographic processes into contemporary art. From still life scenes to surrealist black-and-white figurations, Shine expresses his unique point of view through his lens. His works have been exhibited throughout international galleries and museums, including PhotoLondon, Photolux Gallery Lucca, Italy, Xuhui Art Museum Shanghai, China, Mason Fine Art Gallery Atlanta, Museum of Contemporary Art Georgia, South Southeast Gallery, and the Philadelphia Abington Art Center. Many of Shine's works have also been featured in several photography magazines such as Lensculture, Ilford Photo, Dodho Magazine Spain, SXSE Photo magazine, Jezebel Magazine, and Atlanta Magazine.
British artist Gill Bustamante paints large colourful semi-abstract landscapes and wildlife paintings with a magical quality. Whilst her paintings are mostly inspired by the Sussex landscapes that surround her, she captures most of the environment that she encounters. Her style fuses fantastical, vibrant, and ethereal elements with a range of styles such as impressionism, abstraction, Art Nouveau, and something she terms 'memory impressionism'. This involves the artist walking amongst a rural landscape, absorbing and experiencing the sights around her. She then tries to emulate the essence of the place from memory.
Doriane Millet is a French artist born in Nancy and based in Marseille. After studying applied arts in Paris at the Olivier de Serres school and at the Duperré school, she joined the illustration department at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of Brussels. Passionate about narrative images, she works on paintings, art prints, and books, and her whimsical works capture her fantastical imagination. Her works revolve around the themes of fairytales, everyday life, and disenchantment.
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