Sandra Chevrier’s Revisit

Sandra Chevrier was recently featured back in March of this year, and we eagerly bring her back to share more of her work with all of you. Today, we present Chevrier’s mixed media on woven paper paintings where she uses traditional mediums combined with actual pages from comic books to create her colorful and lively…

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Li Hongbo

If you haven’t seen the paper sculptures by Li Hongbo around the interwebs recently, well here’s your chance. Hongbo is currently based out of Beijing, China, but originally hails from Siping City in the Jilin Providence.

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So Yoon Lym

Artist So Yoon Lym is originally from Seoul, South Korea, but spent her early childhood in Kenya and Uganda until she was seven. After moving to New Jersey, USA for several years, Lym moved to Normandy, France to study under Ung No Lee, an exiled Korean painter who had an incredible impact on her life…

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Mel Ramos

Mel Ramos is an American figurative painter from Sacramento, California, USA, who has been on this earth since 1934. Ramos gained popularity in the 1960’s during the Pop Art movement, exhibiting along side Andy Warhol and others, for his pin-up-style artwork of female nudes exploring themes of sexuality and commercialism. Ramos doesn’t limited himself to…

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In His Element

28-year old artist Jonah Ward acts as a “facilitator — harnessing natural processes and phenomenon, while also according them their proper respect for their capacity for both incommensurable beauty and destruction.”

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Adonna Khare and her Pencil

Originally hailing from a small town in Iowa, Adonna Khare was this year’s recipient of the Art Prize 2012 for her amazingly detailed large-scale pencil on paper works. All of Khare’s work evolve naturally without much pre-planning, essentially building her pieces as she continues to work.

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Marlene Tseng Yu

Marlene Tseng Yu is an Asian American artist who was born in Taiwan. She is inspired by nature and its beauty is the focus of her work. Over the years, her art has taken on a more active role, being utilized as a tool in an effort to save and protect our environment.

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Spunky Zoe Gets Spunkier

Spunky Zoe was featured back in October 2011, landing him a spot on our EK TOP 100 of 2011. Spunky Zoe is back to showcase more of his ball-point pens and acrylic pieces…and yes, they’re just as weird and trippy compared to the first time around.

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Jen Stark Part Deux

Florida based artist Jen Stark was originally featured back in March 2012 and she comes packing with more polychromatic visuals, angles, shapes, colors, and psychedelic perspectives. Stark allows the viewer to stare into her work as if looking through a mirror from a parallel universe, laced with lysergic acid diethylamide.

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Joel Daniel Phillips

Mr. Joel Daniel Phillips is an artist currently based in our beautiful San Francisco, California who creates life-size portraits out of graphite on paper. Earlier this month, Philips participated in a live art performance at a concert in which EK co-sponsored with Crossroads Entertainment at the one and only Mezzanine in the city. Be sure…

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Paul White

Originally hailing from Sydney, Australia, Paul White goes back to fundamentals of composition and form in his detailed pencil on paper works. White is currently based in Melbourne where he continues to work on his art, and if you happen to be in that area, White currently has a solo show going until September 8th…

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Sachin Tekade

Sachin Tekade is an Indian sculptor based out of Mumbai that creates architectural based paper patterns. His ability to transform ideas into a tactile reality projects tangible qualities of architecture in general. “Basic analysis of architectural forms from Modern to Contemporary would suggest that geometric shapes like cubes, triangles and spheres were formally explored. Today…

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Ghostly / Matthew Shlian

Matthew Shlian is a paper engineering extraordinaire. In this short documented feature by Ghostly International, Shlian explains how his work embraces both the arts and sciences, while utilizing his never-ceasing curiosity to search for more questions rather than answers.

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Melissa Cooke is the Woman of Graphite

I could definitely say that I’m a big fan of Melissa Cooke. Cooke was featured previously on EK back in September 2010 for her awesome graphite on paper works, and today she’s back with newer works since then. If any artist out there has ever used graphite before, then you’ll know how much skill and…

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