March 22, 2014
The evil and sultry images of Alec Huxley’s
paintings are like a James Bond film on acid.
March 21, 2014
is a Los Angeles based artist whose influences include Alfonse Bougereau, Andrew Wyeth, and Gustav Klimt. His reverence for masters of old is apparent in his depiction of the human figure, which he uses as a vector for hidden stories, delicate emotion, and finding truth. His affinity for people-watching also informs his paintings, collecting glances, gestures, miens and hints and channeling them through the canvas for the viewer to share in the experience.