Luigi Ghirri, Still life (Bag of toys), 1981
René Magritte, Le voyageur, 1937
Painter Stuart Brown
Jindřich Štyrský (1899-1942) — Palmette (oil on canvas, 1931)
© Alexander Houlton
Virgil Finlay (1914-1971) for Worlds of IF - 1968
‘Ready for the transition”
IG @daysouhait anxiously scared. chest tightness. i cant breathe. it’s dark, yet so bright. i can’t see you, but… still feel you.
Toyen — Screams and Smiles, oil on canvas 1959.
JACUB GAGNON (Canadian, 1987)
'Whiskey Flight 1-Swallow’ (2019)
'The Alchemist’s Assistant’ (2015)
'Shelf Life’ (2019)
'Grandmother of Pearls’ (2015)
SANDRA YAGI (Japanese-American, date of birth unknown)
‘Hellcat #3’ (2018, from 'Visions of Hell’)
'Dancing with the Stars #5 (2019, from 'Conjoined Twins’)
'Trepanation #2 (2016, from 'Anatomicals’)
'Pachysquid’ (2014, from 'Mutant Hybrids’)
'Trapeze Twins’ (2012, from 'Conjoined Twins’)
'Feathertail Possum’ (2010, from 'Mutant Hybrids’)
Jacek Yerka (born Jacek Kowalski in 1952) is a Polish surrealist painter from Toruń. Yerka’s work has been exhibited in Poland, Germany, Monaco, France, and the United States, and may be found in the museums of Poland.
Jacek Yerka was born in Toruń, Poland, in 1952. He was born into an artistic family with both his parents graduates from a local Fine Art Academy.His earliest memories were of paints, inks, paper, rubbers and brushes. As a child, Yerka loved to draw and make sculptures. He hated playing outside, and preferred to sit down with a pencil, creating and exploring his own world.This difference between the other children in his primary school led to social problems with his peers and Yerka describes his primary school life as being a “grey, sometimes horrifying reality”. However, Yerka later became ‘untouchable’ in his high school due to his clever sketches of the school’s worst bullies.