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Now Featuring Los Angeles Artist Eul Hurley on the DiscoveredArtists.com Homepage

June 14, 2010

Artist Eul Hurley

Artist, Eul Hurley

Animations of Impasto and Sweeping Brush Strokes

My paintings communicate the elements of tension and resolve; thickly exaggerated, agitated gestures that expose the materials and surface of the paint.

I draw my inspiration from the external environment and my internal awareness.

The style depicts sharp circumstances and consequences, as tensions between attraction and repulsion confronts the observer, the dialogue results in a visual copulation, where fabrication amplifies the visual consciousness.

The paint is naive, thick, and viscous it adheres, coagulates, and congeals across the igneous blank canvas. In its wake compositions emerge; forms move and dominate space rich in color; texture develops into environments real or fabricated; into animations of synergy.

The style depicts sharp circumstances and consequences, as tensions between attraction and repulsion confronts the observer, the dialogue results in a visual copulation, where fabrication amplifies the visual consciousness.

A Few Samples of Eul’s Work

The Surrender by Eul Hurley

The Surrender by Eul Hurley

Los Angeles Artist Eul Hurley

Cement Truck 3 by Eul Hurley

I Wanna Be Me by Eul Hurley

A Brief Promotional Video Featuring Eul Hurley’s Paintings

To see more of Los Angeles artist Eul Hurley’s work, please visit his gallery on DiscoveredArtists.com: http://www.discoveredartists.com/gallery/EulHurley

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. June 21, 2010 3:47 pm

    Great paintings…

  2. June 25, 2010 8:45 pm

    Totally cool, thoughtful, so fascinating.

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