Steven Parrino. This made me consider the possibility of using a board as the basis for my sculpture, and create something low-relief. My figure would be restricted by its dependency on the canvas, but also free and progressing away from that - moving outwards away. Maybe this way I wouldn't need the human figure to demonstrate my point? It could be the contrast between stability and the rigid square pinned to the wall, with the loose turns of the fabric folding outwards into the room.
Russian artist ANDREW ATROSHENKO began in a gifted child program at the Children’s Art School and was later accepted at the St. Petersburg Academy of Art, one of the world’s most prestigious art schools. His work is distinguished by the movement, color, and passion. He poses his subjects in such a way that draws the eye and emphasizes the grace of the human form, whether in movement or in stillness