Frank Robert Dixon

Lightninghead

This is a fantasy painting of a treetch (tree creature) who is frustrated because he got his roots stuck in the ground, and he can't pull them out and go on an adventure! Painting by Frank Robert Dixon.

Bruno Di Maio - wonderfully expressive face verging on the edge of insanity perhaps (my comment)

Express Bruno Di Maio - wonderfully expressive face verging on the edge of insanity perhaps (my comment)

Arnulf Rainer | http://www.tate.org.uk/art/artists/arnulf-rainer-1813

Arnulf Rainer, Deeply suspicious of rationality, he investigated the potential of dreams, madness and the subconscious; to these ends he co-founded the Hundsgruppe under the influence of French Surrealism in

Phenomenal Junk Portraits by Tom Deininger

Phenomenal Junk Portraits

Phenomenal Junk Portraits - Tom Deininger& Screaming Creations Make Use of Discarded Material (GALLERY)

Mark Powell

London-based artist Mark Powell has chosen the backs of old envelopes as a canvas for these delicately rendered portraits of the elderly, using nothing more than a standard Bic Biro pen to create the delicate folds and wrinkles of their skin.

Kathe Kollwitz

Artist: Kathe Kollwitz Title: Hunger Date of artwork: 1925 Nationality of artist: German

Antoine Stevens

The multiple faces with different emotions all suggest mental disorders such as multiple personalities, bipolar of schizophrenia. This works well with my theme of humans, emotions and mental issues


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