Ewa Prończuk-Kuziak - eclectix

 

Featured Artist: Ewa Pronczuk-Kuziak

Fine artist Ewa Pronczuk-Kuziak hails from Warsaw, Poland and paints a magical world full of candy colored transformations. The surreal metamorphosis of animals and young women dominate her imagery, with super saturated colors and anthropomorphic fantasies.

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Artitechture = Art & Architecture

Sunray Kelly

 

The architecture of Sunray Kelly is Inspired by nature,  resembling magical tree houses which might be inhabited by elves. Using round hobbit-like shapes provided by Mother Earth, he incorporates whole tree trunks, branches and found logs as framework, hunting the forests of his home in the Pacific Northwest for the perfect additions. Moss covers roofs, branches form arching banisters and tree trunks grace entranceways and inner doorways.

Nathan Spoor - EclectixOver the years we have followed Nathan Spoor’s fantastic work with relish. We had to revisit and share some highlights from his personal series of ongoing works entitled ‘The Intimate Parade’, an open ended series begun in 2002. These are beautifully dreamy, and symbolic works – enveloping the classic surrealist style within a modern intimate context.

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Foto Fix: Phyllis Galembo

Photographer Phyllis Galembo has made over twenty trips to places of masquerade in Africa and the Caribbean, to document their theatrical adornments in cultural and religious performances. Her impressive works depict the characters, costumes, and rituals of African practices and their diasporic manifestations. These are fantastic works of art, meticulously woven and crafted by hand, full of symbolism and vibrant beauty.

Tuco Amalfi - Eclectix art

Visionary Art: Tuco Amalfi

We fell in love with the visionary art of Tuco Amalfi – dreamlike and full of psychedelic light, bursting with vibrant colors. It sends us into spiritual oblivion with lovely hallucinations – spirals of geometric patterns cast themselves onto cerebral landscapes. Art which transcends the physical world and portrays a wider vision of awareness including spiritual or mystical themes… otherworldly botanicals which beg us to jump in and take a trip.