Martin Wittfooth

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Surreal Animal Paintings by Martin Wittfooth – Inspiration Grid Michael Sowa, Gary Baseman, Jack Vettriano, Vladimir Kush, Mary Blair, Audrey Kawasaki, Martin Wittfooth, Pet Monkey, Monkey Art

Interview with Martin Wittfooth

In the world depicted by Martin Wittfooth, humans are conspicuously absent, but their detritus remains: a junked car, a well-appointed apartment, a partially demolished building. That world is given over to animals in paintings that are at turns alarming, sad, and mysterious but unfailingly beautiful. Wittfooth’s work encourages us to think about our place in this world perhaps precisely because we are not in it.

Roq La Rue is an internationally renowned pop-surrealist/contemporary art gallery located here in Seattle. Martin Wittfooth, Where Is My Mind, Max Ernst, Cute Monsters, Animal Paintings, Oil Paintings, Pop Surrealism, Surreal Art, Dark Art

KRAMPING STYLES – THE BLAB! SHOW Group Exhibit @ Roq La Rue [PREVIEW]

Roq La Rue is an internationally renowned pop-surrealist/contemporary art gallery located here in Seattle. Along with her work compiling and editing the “first comprehensive survey of the Po…

Post-apocalyptic animal portraits painted by Martin Wittfooth - Bleaq Martin Wittfooth, Post Apocalyptic Fiction, Animal Painter, Land Art, Pet Portraits, Painting Inspiration, Street Art, Digital Art, Illustration Art

The Surreal Work of Martin Wittfooth

We've seen some pretty amazing surreal work here at Abduzeedo, but we never really can get enough of it. Surrealism is the language of dreams, visions and prophecies. It speaks in riddles and leaves us restless finding meanings for it. Martin Wittfooth presents us his stunning work. It is a complete set of surreal imagery, full of hidden meanings and absolutely lovely and scary elements. Would you there tell us what these mean? Maybe that's the fun of it... a Life of Pi feel. The reality…

Opportunist by Martin Wittfooth (b. Oil on panel 11 × 14 in; 28 × cm “Once in a while I bandy this question around with other artists: “If you discovered that you were the only person left. Mini Paintings, Animal Paintings, Watercolour Paintings, Martin Wittfooth, Plante Carnivore, Magic Realism, Lowbrow Art, Human Art, Pop Surrealism

Martin Wittfooth: Painting – Daily Art Fixx

Born in 1981 in Toronto, Canada, Martin Wittfooth has a BFA from Sheridan College in Ontario, and an MFA from The School of Visual Arts in New York. “Wittfooth creates a world seemingly post-man. His sun-hazy apocalyptic scenes contain animals who are seemingly wild, yet forever changed by their encounters with humanity.” (from Roq La […]

Gallery of surrealism by Martin Wittfooth, american art, american surreal artist, surrealim paintings, surrealists artworks Michael Sowa, Gary Baseman, Jack Vettriano, Vladimir Kush, Mark Ryden, Mary Blair, Audrey Kawasaki, Floral Illustrations, Illustration Art

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Gallery of surrealism by Martin Wittfooth, american art, american surreal artist, surrealim paintings, surrealists artworks

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Incredible Wild Animal Paintings by Martin Wittfooth

Martin Wittfooth currently lives and works in Brooklyn, NY, his work has been in several solo shows, one being Empire, Corey Helford Gallery, Los Angeles, CA. Martin's work has also been featured in the American Artist magazine in the October 2012 issue.

Surreal Animal Paintings by Martin Wittfooth – Inspiration Grid Michael Sowa, Gary Baseman, Jack Vettriano, Vladimir Kush, Mary Blair, Audrey Kawasaki, Martin Wittfooth, Pet Monkey, Monkey Art

Surreal Animal Paintings by Martin Wittfooth | Inspiration Grid

Brooklyn-based artist Martin Wittfooth creates thought-provoking paintings of animal in surreal scenarios. More art on the grid Visit his website

 The Passions is an exploration of the destructive nature of blind faith, specifically the ideas of martyrdom and sainthood along with the violence, self sacrifice, and suffering frequently associated with these concepts. Martin Wittfooth, Blind Faith, Polar Bear, Illustrators, Modern Art, Scene, Passion, Canvas, Gallery

Openings: Martin Wittfooth – “The Passions” @ Lyons Wier Gallery « Arrested Motion

"the aim of every artist is to arrest motion…" -Faulkner