australian artist

Marie Larkin's unapologetic quirky girls

Inspired by fairytales and nursery rhymes Australian artist Marie Larkin creates dainty feminine art with a dark humorous twist. Richly colored and detailed like a lavish couture embroidery Marie’s oil and acrylic paintings weave quirky little narratives. Fragile, dollish heroines with fascinating eyes subtly wink at us as they get their sweet revenge.

Later Jack by Marie LarkinLater Jack by Marie Larkin

Monster trance

Before imagining cute and funny monsters, Shane Devries worked for Showpony Advertising agency, in Adelaide, Australia. This 26 year old artist was as an illustrator, did storyboards, magazine ads, postcards and posters, but ended his job in order to develop his career as a painter. His artworks are absolutely beautiful.

Shane Devries, Mother and ChildShane Devries, Mother and Child

Jeremy Geddes painted phobias

"I'm not interested in giving a didactic final meaning" to his works, says artist Jeremy Geddes (his website here) in an interview for Sprayblog. "I just want to spark questions in the viewer".

The White CosmonautThe White Cosmonaut

Did he managed to spark questions in our mind? He sure did with his paintings painted in a realistic manner and portraying flying red or white cosmonauts, grotesques masques, phobias, nightmarish scenes and subconscious monsters.

Zai Kuang's misterious universe

Zai Kuang has a main interest in painting children. His works of art, created with oil on board, canvas or linen, are most of them orientated on these characters because of a simple motive.

Zai Kuang, Sarah and the dollZai Kuang, Sarah and the doll