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由凯文·彼得森探索城市遗迹的儿童和动物的超现实主义绘画

2018-06-25 1019 0
超现实主义画家凯文·彼得森(Kevin Peterson)将儿童与狼、鸟类和熊的互动描绘成童话世界中的童话世界。相反,彼得森把这些看似不可能放在了衰败的建筑和城市废墟中。彼得森在他的艺术家声明中解释说,尽管周围环境破旧,但画中的年轻女孩仍保持着一种纯真的感觉,她们勇敢地与强大的同胞一起探索街道。这是关于在一个破碎的世界中长大和生活的故事。这些画都是关于创伤、恐惧、孤独以及生存和繁荣所需要的力量。他们每个人都有一个干净、年轻、无辜的对比,背景是一个破旧、破旧、肮脏的世界。皮特森的代表是加州卡尔弗市的Thinkspace画廊。

Hyperrealist painter Kevin Peterson paints fairytale-like interactions of children and wolves, birds, and bears in scenes much different than the pastoral worlds of storybooks. Instead Peterson places the unlikely packs in distressed cities filled with decaying buildings and urban detritus. Despite the worn surroundings, the young girls in the paintings maintain a sense of innocence while they bravely explore the streets with their powerful compatriots.“My work is about the varied journeys that we take through life,explains Peterson in his artist statement. “It’s about growing up and living in a world that is broken. These paintings are about trauma, fear and loneliness and the strength that it takes to survive and thrive. They each contain the contrast of the untainted, young and innocent against a backdrop of a worn, ragged, and defiled world.”The Houston-based artist studied at Austin College in Sherman, Texas where he received his BFA in 2001. Peterson is represented by Thinkspace Gallery in Culver City, California. You can see more of his work on their website and his Instagram. (via This Isn’t Happiness, Faith is Torment)
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