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MONTHLY NEWSLETTER - October '22

I'm going to introduce a little bit about myself on this page and update every month, so that I can connect with you better and hope that you feel my artworks closer.


Introducing new 30 x 40 inch paintings

My art works are sometimes known as colorful abstract / figurative, but I always wanted to challenge minimum color tones for new works. Here's two paintings I made, and I will make some more in the future.

acrylic and oil pastel on canvas

30 x 40 inches



I sketched some before start painting, but it's always not going how I planned on a sketchbook. The painting process is very mysterious and struggling. The end result is pretty close to what I had planned. I always use a lot of colors in one work, at some point I wanted to go back to basics. This strange shape that curves and curves connect creates a mysterious shape. I believe that there is a world out there that can only be expressed through painting. In the near future, I would like to try monochrome painting. I would be happy if I could make it into a series and show you some other works soon.



COOPIES (2022)

acrylic, collage and oil pastel on clay with a wooden board



At the sketching stage, the body part made up of this logo immediately came to mind. I quickly finished sketching the black and white pattern. "HOUSE" using collage was a little tricky. Most people like pretty and cute things. The animal figurine series I make is the most popular, but I think that what I pick up at the store is probably a slightly strange object like this. I think these are one of the works that I made faithfully to my heart. The black one is already sold out, but I think the other ones are also well made, so I would be happy if you could add it to your collection before it sells out.







THE HOLES mini series (2022)

acrylic and molding paste on canvas

7 x 5 inches

Three other color variations are available too.




These are sequels to the mini-series I told you about last month. It seems that this month I was obsessed with things that were simple and had a strong impact. Whenever I go out, such as walking the dog, dirty concrete and peeling paint on the building are eye-catching for me. I'm always thinking about how I can express that dirty and peeling feeling in my paintings. This work was made from the idea of ​​everyday life. When you look at this work, don't you feel like you're looking through a hole? Don't you feel like witnessing someone's secret moment? I think that I have completed a work that gives you such a mysterious feeling.





OK, That is it for this month.



Thank you for visiting my shop.

Thank you for your time to take a look at my art works.

Wish you all the best and health.



PEACE!


MACOON.D