Jackson Armstrong is a 22 years old motion designer from Texas. He started using Adobe Illustrator a little over a year ago, but in this short time he has been able to totally master it. Here his series of chopped heads, don’t miss the making of videos!
Second piece from the “Sisters” pieces for the “Out of Body” show at the Gauntlet Gallery.
Date: April 5th - 26th
Location: 1040 Larkin St. San Francisco 94109
If you’re in the area, please do drop by for a visit and check out the other very very amazing artists’ works. Your life will change! :)
Since the 1980s, Annette Bezor has been one of Australia’s foremost painters. In her current work, she takes images of women from classical painting, contemporary decorative art and popular culture and recreates them as stylised icons to reveal and subvert the power and impact of the originals. In challenging viewers to meet the newly focussed gaze of these women, Bezor exposes the nature of society’s attitudes to women and how they are represented in art and popular culture. She then situates these iconic figures in a surrealistic space to emphasise the roles, identities and emotional states of women generally. Her work is predicated on the assumption that personal identity and roles are, at least in part, culturally determined - we are products of our society. But she also believes that identity, thoughts, feelings, desires and sexuality run deeper than social programming. People are products of both socio-cultural and biological processes.