Ivana Besevic Captures Raw Emotion in Vulnerable Portraits
Embracing the complexity of being human, Ivana Besevic creates digital portraits that don’t glamorize or glorify. She doesn’t shy away from sadness or pain, and she doesn’t smooth over the red splotches and tear streaks on her subjects’ faces. These are real people with real feelings—many of them directly engaging the viewer with an open,...
Wendy Ng ~ Abstract painter
Wendy Ng was born in Hong Kong, Educated in the United States, Belgium and the United Kingdom. Her heart has always desired to study art. She was also trained in Wimbledon School of Art’s Art and Design. Ng also has a background in advertising and publishing. She paints in the traditional form but takes her ideas further by experimenting with patterns and textures creating a balance between Real-life Art and Abstract Art.
Del Kathryn Barton, Archibald Prize Winner 2013 | Share Design
Each year the Archibald Prize attracts some of Australia’s most talented painters, with many artists entering portraits year after year. For Del Kathryn Barton this was her fourth year entering the prestigious competition and the second time one of her portraits has been awarded the Archibald Prize. Barton’s winning portrait, hugo of Australian actor, Hugo Weaving …
Manny Robertson. Painting of two different portraits, one in black and grey, the other in colour and then stitched together. This would be great to show people's flaws and perfections, using one of the portraits to show physical beauty/perfection/flaws and the other to show the same for personality in a person through facial expressions and extra features (face paint, Photoshop, etc)
See all the 2015 Archibald Prize finalists here
Nothing beats seeing these paintings in real life but here's a preview of the prestigious prize's 2015 finalists. See them at the Art Gallery of New South Wales until September 27.