Tag: graphics


Paula Barragan


Futuro Pluscuamperfecto

Futuro Pluscuamperfecto

Adobe Illustrator Collage, Archival Print
43" x 79"
$3,200

Mosca Mashpi

Mosca Mashpi

Adobe Illustrator Collage, Archival Print
44" x 38"
$2,100

Desde el Canopi

Desde el Canopi

Adobe Illustrator Collage, Archival Print
43" x 51"
$3,000

Jungla de Papel II

Jungla de Papel II

Adobe Illustrator Collage, Archival Print
43" x 51" (Artist Proof)
44" x 51" (Normal Size)
$3,000

Labios de Manray

Labios de Manray

Adobe Illustrator Collage, Archival Print
22" x 78"
$1,600

Geografía Marina

Geografía Marina

Adobe Illustrator Collage, Archival Print
Edition: 2/60
28" x 22"
$750

Papayanet

Papayanet

Adobe Illustrator Collage, Archival Print
22" x 22"
$580

Naranjito

Naranjito

Adobe Illustrator Collage, Archival Print
22" x 22"
$580

Castañuela

Castañuela

Adobe Illustrator Collage, Archival Print
22" x 22"
$580

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

“My first studies were in design and illustration and this has influenced all my further work. Together with my artistic vision I have developed a creative process expressed in all my projects, my etchings, drawings, and paintings. I proceed in distinct ways according to the work I wish to present. When I begin a graphic design project I must communicate a certain message. On the contrary, when I start an etching, a drawing or painting I prefer to let my intuition work.

I find it difficult to explain the way I work some of my art projects but perhaps the strongest reason is the profound pleasure I experience during the process of discovering things. Even though sometimes this brings tension and stress.

I love creating with my hands and I put the same energy into all types of art with out making distinction between crafts and design, drawing, or printing. Above all I find deep satisfaction in good, new discoveries and working hard at all aspects of my work.

I work on very different themes. These give me space to tell various situations and stories of life. I have the possibility to express emotions; shyness, delight, misfortune; through forms and lines, color and light. I draw my ideas and the lives of people, animals and actions taking place in different spaces inside paintings, prints or drawings. I enjoy profoundly the process of doing my work.”

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Sergey Tsygal


Flamingo

Flamingo

Mixed Media on Paper
27” x 19”

WOLFS

WOLFS

Mixed Media on Paper
18” x 27”

 

Celebration devoted to anniversary of Russian champagne house Abrau-DursoThe rich décor of Tsygal’s etchings is combined with tender shades of colorful smooth layers.  Art Critics noticed Tsygal’s perfect graphic technique, strong composition and vibrant emotions.  He was called “The Great Animalist”.

Tsygal’s skills and professionalism have been accumulated over the years, after studying with master printers at the Stroganoff Art Academy in Moscow, Russia, resulted in gaining recognition from the European and Russian museums, as well as private collectors in the US, Great Britain, Japan, Mexico, Germany and Sweden.

“Sergei found his own world by rejecting big subjects, grandiose sizes and long trips. Since he was a boy, he liked to look at a leaf, a lizard, a picture of a long-necked spotted giraffe and to draw what he liked with a sharp needle on a zinc plate covered with lacquer.

Individual plates- small and large- are joined in a variety of ways to make a single print. Each print is a variation of plates and color. Each is beautiful in its own right, and the number of copies does not contradict their uniqueness.”