Neo-Expressionist and Surrealist Art by Raul D’Mauries

Image

Raul D’Mauries is an artist in the Bay Area. His work has been featured across California. A self-taught artist, Raul began painting with oils and acrylics in 2005. Surreal artists such as Salvador Dalí and René Magritte are major influences, but Raul defines his style as “low brow” or pop surrealism. He continues to experiment with different styles and mediums to improve his techniques.

Raul’s art will be featured at 3Dot Art Gallery in Alameda California for the month of October (2017). 3Dot Art Gallery is one of the businesses featured in Alameda’s 2nd Friday Art Walk. Check it out to see what other art events are happening. During the month of October, 3Dot’s neighbor gallery, Studio 23, will present it’s popular UV Blacklight Art Show. If you’re in the Bay Area, don’t miss a fun, free and sensory filled experience at both 3Dot Art Gallery and it’s sister gallery Studio 23!

Pandora's Box

Pandora’s Box, Oil on Panel, 2017

Raul Painting 2017

Raul D’Mauries at Work (2017)

 

Ephemeral Dream World of Atsuko Goto

Atsuko Goto’s dreamlike illustrations are ethereal visions of otherworldly beauty submerged in a cloudy haze. Working in watercolor and lapis lazuli on cotton, Goto investigates the fundamental relationships between humankind and nature, death, decay and regeneration. She is a graduate of the National University of Fine Arts and Music Tokyo.

Visit Goto’s page HERE for more of her amazing works.