Jordan Eagles spatter paintings
PATRAJDAS Contemporary celebrates creative excellence in contemporary fine art, objects and design. We are focused on conceptual, rigorous, innovative, and serious work, and are committed to nurturing the achievements and evolution of emerging, mid-career, and established contemporary artists in all media. The gallery embraces the artist who challenges conventional expectation in concept or design yet excels in formality, technical expertise, craftsmanship, and originality…
Blood Artist Takes Over Religious Art Museum
It doesn't take long before an artist who specializes in hemoglobin-based paintings earns the nickname "Blood Artist." So it goes for minimalist painter,...
Deep Red: Brutally beautiful art created with blood
“URTSBC3,” 2012 by Jordan Eagles New York-based artist Jordan Eagles has been working with blood as his medium for over a decade. His large scale works, which are not for the squeamish or hemophobic, have been exhibited in galleries all across the country. “FKTS 19,” 2012 “Life Force 2,” 2012 Eagles uses blood he has obtained from slaughterhouses as well as human blood that was donated to him willingly from people who will live on long after they have gone, as a part of Eagles’…
JORDAN EAGLES is a New York based artist who preserves blood. Through his invented process, he encases, layers and suspends the blood. This preservation technique permanently retains the organic material’s natural colors, patterns, and textures. When lit, the works often become translucent, cast shadows, and project a glow. The materials and luminosity in these bodies of work relate to themes of corporeality, mortality, spirituality, and science.
This haunting artwork is made of real blood
If Dracula stumbled into a gallery show by hemoglobin-obsessed designer Jordan Eagles, the vampire would immediately begin licking the walls.