Hybridity contemporary art

Discover the fascinating world of contemporary art that embraces the concept of hybridity. Explore unique artworks that blend different styles, techniques, and influences to create something truly captivating.
Multi-Eye, 2012 in gouache, ink and gesso. Samuel Rodriguez is an emerging artist who works in various mediums. He is self-taught for a number of years through his experience as a graffiti artist. He later received a Bachelor in Fine Arts from California College of the Arts. Rodriguez re-constructs moments through a mix of figurative and abstract work. He has a strong interest in topographical portraiture inspired by social, historic, and cultural hybridity. Portraits, Portrait, Art, Draw, Afro Art, Portrait Art, African Art, Drawings, Kunst

Multi-Eye, 2012 in gouache, ink and gesso. Samuel Rodriguez is an emerging artist who works in various mediums. He is self-taught for a number of years through his experience as a graffiti artist. He later received a Bachelor in Fine Arts from California College of the Arts. Rodriguez re-constructs moments through a mix of figurative and abstract work. He has a strong interest in topographical portraiture inspired by social, historic, and cultural hybridity.

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Lorde & Grayson
Discarded Objects are Beautified with Colorful Coral-Like Growths by Stephanie Kilgast | Colossal Fimo, Design, Sanat, Kunst, Deko, Artesanato, Colorful, Basteln, Dekoration

Stephanie Kilgast takes discarded objects like tin cans, jam jars, and old cameras and embellishes them with vibrant amalgamations of coral-like growths. The artist honed her detail-oriented skills by making hyperrealistic miniature food, and she continues to use polymer clay and hand tools to craft her artworks. Mushrooms, crystals, beetles, and abstract forms sprout from the everyday objects that Kilgast sources from thrift stores and trash cans. In an artist statement on her website, she…

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Eliza Colín
Textile Art, Contemporary Art, Tapestry, Art, Fibre Art, Pintura, Flores, Textile Sculpture, Fiber Art

Ana Teresa Barboza (previously) produces embroidered landscapes with wandering streams that break the fourth wall, jumping off their 2D structures and cascading to the floor in waterfalls of blues and greens. The remaining landscape Barboza keeps in black and white, focusing the viewer’s eye on the vibrant colors that compose the rushing water rather than the surrounding mountains and rocks. Recently the artist has begun to embroider on top of images, collaborating with photographs instead…

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