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Blaine Fontana

Posted on: May 4, 2009

Blaine Fontana is one of those artists who just makes me want to go paint something immediately.  His work, which he describes as ‘urban-contemporary’ is full of organic forms and themes from nature, and many of his paintings depict beings called Templings – neither male nor female, neither happy nor sad – who they are and what they mean is open to interpretation.  He draws  inspiration from his childhood backdrop of acres of Seattle forest, and his roots as a grafitti artist.

His blog – Fontanas’ Backyard

Read Carmel Hagens’ interview with Blaine over at Format Magazine

A dojo on the morning after

A dojo on the morning after

The metamorphosis orchestra

The metamorphosis orchestra

9 paths in the avant garden

9 paths in the avant garden

Hiroshiges' Hideaway

Hiroshiges' Hideaway

Trees of unspoken memories

Trees of unspoken memories

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