Deftly wrought cutlery sculptures by South Carolina based artist Matt Wilson.
“I want to try to draw people—or anything else, cars, buildings, whatever—in a way that comes closer to reality.” British-born sculptor and digital artist Julian Opie is best known for portraits of contemporary life reduced to essential bold lines amid solid color backgrounds. “People. 1. Coloured” (2015) is from his series of simplified figures walking in a continuous computer animation, presented here on a 22-inch LCD screen. . . Signed and numbered from an edition of 4 + 1 AP, this work is live for bidding now in our “Contemporary Art” sale. Click the link in our bio to learn more about this and more works by other art world favorites. #JulianOpie
People. 1. Coloured (2015) – a pared-back animated loop by sculptor and digital artist Julian Opie.
An experimental short where each frame of a simple scene is rendered in a different art style, from ancient Egyptian tomb murals and Chinese Ink painting to expressionism, primitivism and contemporary.
Created, with much skill and understanding of the subject, by filmmaker and educator Cao Shu of the China Academy Of Art in Hangzhou.