today's Artwork published a few days ago Artexponewyork Blog
Today’s Artwork of the Day is “NYC-117,” a 40″x40″ oil painting by Tibi Hegyesi, who will be joining us as a return exhibitor at Artexpo New York 2013 next week.
Tibi Hegyesi is an established visual artist with a Master degree in Fine Arts and visual communication. His works are featured in reputable galleries, art fairs and art magazines from around the world and are on display in numerous private and corporate collections in North America, Europe and the Far East.
Tibi’s artistic distinctiveness lies in his ability to capture the essence of the world around him through vibrantly contemporary visuals of an unseen depth of field and richness of color and a captivating emotional feel.
This year at Artexpo New York, Tibi is launching a brand new collection of cityscape oil paintings as a tribute to the realistic art that brought him fame and acclaim as a young artist. He also brings a few new, large-scale landscape and floral themed paintings done in fused acrylic, the unique painting medium that has become Tibi’s trademark in the latest years.
We look forward to hosting Tibi at Artexpo New York 2013. His art will be on display in Booth 262 in the main Pavilion. You can find out more about his art at tibi.ca.
ElleaimeNY's Blog is the result of the homework Laurence Neron-Bancel does to schedule her visits in cities around the world and during international artfairs, get inspiration for her collages; keep records of artists; an incomplete and arbitrary guide of events in and around Westchester, New York and elsewhere. It is less public than facebook and used as tool for LMCollage and LM Studio, the New artist's residency program just recently launched in Hyeres France If there's an event you'd like considered for inclusion, send your announcement to Laurenceneronbancel@gmail.com
There is no such thing as good painting about nothing.+ I’m not an abstractionist. I’m not interested in the relationship of color or form or anything else. I’m interested only in expressing basic human emotions: tragedy, ecstasy, doom, and so on.Mark ROTHKO