Sandra Scheetz-WiseMy artwork is a mixture of Dali,Magritte, Esher, Frida K.
I do thought provoking surreal art, that has to do with Environmental, Political, and Society, I was interviewed on Fox News in Florida this month (Jan.)
January 27, 2013 at 7:08 pm
Bogdan ZarebaLaurence Winram is very good continuation of Magritte in 21th century context.
March 1, 2013 at 7:16 am
Juan Fernando EscobarThis work is inspired by Magritte http://www.saatchionline.com/art/Painting-Acrylic-Aesthetic-Experience-Magritte-appropriation/315742/1372344/view
Stephen Neil GillSous-Chefs Union (pretend) review ... This collection is AWESOME SAUCE
November 20, 2014 at 1:03 am
Elena Zavorotinskaya I am Ukrainian, I am a worker of sphere of museum environment, i interesting all,that you do, first -because all of it- wonderful works, and second-i hope on a collaboration in the future
Mark MitchellGreat collection! Magritte has always been and continues to be a big influence on my Conceptual Pop Art.
It's sort of a mash-up of Dali/Magritte/Warhol/Rosenquist/Peter Max and Banksy—with a vision and style distinctly my own.
And I'm happy to announce that in addition to my prints, my ORIGINALS are finally available here:
"aplle" by Artur Kmita Piotrowski,
"Haircut 1" by Erin Case, "Creation" by
Esteve Navarrete are my long-time favourites.
November 22, 2014 at 4:20 pm
Christopher EnglishI really appreciate the fact that Magritte did work in an office where the environment of the work place would have been so very different from the real Magritte. Alienation is sometimes the key to freedom to let the mind work in an imaginative way.