It’s hard to imagine how much time Japanese artist Sagaki Keita spends on creating his doodles of Greek sculptures and other works of art. Upon careful inspection, you might notice something different from his work.
This past week marked the opening of “Big Bang” an amazing exhibit at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. I participated in a huge piece with the En Masse crew. Man, there are some talented cats in that collective!
Artist Paul Rousso - “To me it seems quite logical that eventually in the progression of art, someone would do away with the illusion of three-dimensional space and paint the mountain in the background exactly as the tree in the foreground. Cezanne’s work at the time was quite shocking for the viewer of his art, as they had never seen anything like it before.”