3, Gennaio, 2012 1139 30 second read Each painting is constructed by beginning with a monochrome underpainting in the complement of the featured subject. He is best known for his large scale renderings of sliced fruit and flowers. No one spends more time pondering the produce at his local grocery store than Dennis Wojtkiewicz. Plus vivante que jamais, la peinture hyperréaliste du professeur d’Art à l’Université Américaine Bowling Green State lève le voile sur la beauté captivante d’un aliment banal – le fruit. I guess you could say I was smart enough to take advantage of it.”, In the press release announcing the exhibition, Butler Executive Director Louis Zona says, “Dennis Wojtkiewicz is a colorist of the first order. interpeller son audience sur un plan presque métaphysique. dennis wojtkiewicz „the only constant in our existence is impermanence.“ 5 e for the first time in the world entertainment and educational outdoor playground for kids exclusive interview with the authors of … ensoleillé et la lumière traverse la chaire du citron, laissant apparaître la It's utterly amazing how every hair, every seed and every vein of the fruits are completely visible. Photorealistic fruit paintings Dennis Wojtkiewicz took his still-life paintings to another level when he decided to work with fruit. And the size of the canvas is an important part of the experience. D'origine française , Aimy est basée à Sydney en Australie. Jan Van Eyck pour la beauté et le raffinement qui caractérisent ses oeuvres” indique Dennis Wojtkiewicz. manière identique d’un artiste à l’autre. manière générale, la nature éphémère de tout être vivant, il cherche à Full Article 30 second read Art Dennis Wojtkiewicz Flowers and Fruits Paintings. But he doesn’t describe his work as photorealism. Find out how by becoming a Patron. “While Wojtkiewicz focuses on tiny details like individual segments of juice, striations, and the fuzzy skins, the realism is tempered by a slightly hazy, impressionistic finish.” En savoir plus sur comment les données de vos commentaires sont utilisées. If you are interested in seeing more pieces by Dennis Wojtkiewicz, make sure to check out his website for photorealistic oil paintings of flowers, as well. sur des thèmes tels que la spiritualité, la sexualité, la reproduction et de EMPTY KINGDOM. Wojtkiewicz s’est inspiré de ces légendes de la peinture. Emphasizing light and transparency, the works explode with color. Selon Dennis In his series, he paints all kinds of fruits including strawberries, watermelons, apples, oranges, limes, and … Avec pour volonté This is an exhibition that will inspire and entertain — a treat for the eye and the mind.”. You are Here, We are Everywhere. We’re also on Pinterest, Tumblr, and Flipboard. Wojtkiewicz graduated from Southern Illinois University and is artist associated with the Hyperrealist movement. He was born on January 01, 1956 (64 years old) in Chicago, Illinois. beauté et les mystères restent inaccessibles à l’Homme. Convaincu qu’une approche nouvelle est possible, Dennis Wojtkiewicz se lance dans une suite d’expérimentations laborieuses. Votre adresse de messagerie ne sera pas publiée. He started out primarily as a figure painter, but he didn’t like that the subjects of his work were so identifiable. © 2020 Inspiration Grid, all rights reserved. They are at once explorations of the delicate visual network within natural forms and pure abstraction. est le fruit d’une quête d’originalité. “They were nice paintings, but maybe a little too commonplace,” Wojtkiewicz said during a telephone interview. est possible, Dennis Wojtkiewicz se lance dans une suite d’expérimentations laborieuses. « Rosettes » est le fruit d’une quête d’originalité. Meet Dennis Wojtkiewicz. However, the fruits usually come from the Kroger and Meijer stores near his home in Bowling Green. Elle aime l'art sous toutes ses formes - et est toujours à l'affût des dernières actualités dans les domaines du design, de la photographie, de la mode et de la musique. He is best known for his large scale renderings of sliced fruit and flowers. Through his photorealistic oil paintings of fruit, Ohio-based artist Dennis Wojtkiewicz [voyt-KEV-itch] proves that minute details are no obstacle for him! par hasard, au milieu d’une séance de découpage de fruits que Dennis In many of his works, it seems as though a light is shining from the back, making such features as the veins of the fruit more visible. Doran Gallery, Tulsa, OK, 2015 La Jolla Gallery Inaugural Exhibition, La Jolla Gallery, San Diego, CA, Wallflowers, Miller Gallery, Cincinnati, OH, National Contemporary Realism Show, M.A. Interviews. Wojtkiewicz studied at the Atelier Neo-Medici in France with artist Patrick Betaudier in 1978 and 1983, and Betaudier had a solo exhibition at the Butler in Youngstown. Except for the melons, he can find subject-worthy fruits year round, but not without some effort. Dennis Wojtkiewicz is an American painter. Fruit so realistic it looks good enough to eat! « Rosettes » As our patron, you’ll become a member and join us in our effort to support the arts. Wojtkiewicz prefers to walk through gardens with his camera rather than visit florists when picking flowers to paint. Les champs obligatoires sont indiqués avec *. Collage; Digital; Drawings; Fine Art; Graphic; Illustration; Installation “While Wojtkiewicz focuses on tiny details like individual segments of juice, striations, and the fuzzy skins, the realism is tempered by a slightly hazy, impressionistic finish.”. That changed when he cut open one of the lemons he was going to paint. Dennis Wojtkiewicz (born 1956, Chicago, Illinois) is an American Hyperrealist painter and draughtsman. If you see something wrong here or you would like to have it removed, please contact us. sublimation du fruit par Dennis Wojtkiewicz poussent à la contemplation et Visit My Modern Met Media. Dennis Wojtkiewicz is Professor of Art at Bowling Green State University where he has taught painting and drawing since 1988. The precision and detail of the works is extraordinary, particularly when a slice of citrus or a single flower bloom fills a canvas that is 4-foot-by-4-foot and larger. My time in the studio is very routine. par son ancien professeur d’Art Français Patrick Betaudier, Dennis Wojtkiewicz considère read more. Dennis Wojtkiewicz est de donner vie à chacune de ces peintures. Start typing to see results or hit ESC to close, En savoir plus sur comment les données de vos commentaires sont utilisées, Eileen Sealy nous en fait voir de toutes les couleurs (à l’envers), « Row » : L’expérience audiovisuelle hypnotique du collectif russe Tundra, The Anonymous Project : la sublime série de diapositives anonymes et nostalgiques de 1940 à 1980. “I want people to have a deeper experience, a richer kind of experience than, ‘Does it look like a photograph?’ I would term it, ‘Do you feel the light?’ It’s more of a sensory thing.”. L’hyperréalisme et la Professor, Painting and Drawing, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH, 1981 M.F.A., Painting and Drawing, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, 2019 Visual Revelations, Rosenthal Gallery, Chicago, IL, Citrus Pop!, Maitland Museum of Art and History, Maitland, FL, Separate Realities, Butler Institute of Art – Trumbull Branch, Howland, OH, 2017 Luminosities, Robert Kidd Gallery, Birmingham, MI, 2013 Art Revolution Taipei International Art Fair, Taipei World Trade Center, Taipei, Taiwan, 2012 Sugarman Peterson Gallery, Santa Fe, NM, 2011 Peterson-Cody Gallery, Santa Fe, NM, 2009 Peterson-Cody Gallery, Santa Fe, NM, 2003 Walter E. Terhune Gallery, Owens Community College, Toledo, OH, 2002 Tory Folliard Gallery, Milwaukee, WI, 2001 Robert Kidd Gallery, Birmingham, MI, 2000 Glass Garage Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, 1999 Transfixion: A Retrospect of Drawings and Paintings From the Past Decade, Springfield Museum of Art, Springfield, OH, 1998 Space Gallery, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI, 1997 Robert Kidd Gallery, Birmingham, MI, 1996 Tory Folliard Gallery, Milwaukee, WI, 1995 Robert Kidd Gallery, Birmingham, MI, 1994 Robert Kidd Gallery, Birmingham, MI, Campbell Learning Resources Center Gallery, Monroe Community College, Monroe, MI, Sauder Visual Arts Center Gallery, Bluffton College, Bluffton, OH, 1991 Roberta Kuhn Gallery, Columbus, OH, 1990 J. Rosenthal Fine Arts, Chicago, IL, 1987 J. Rosenthal Fine Arts, Chicago, IL, 1982 Illinois Arts Council Gallery, Chicago, IL, 1981 Countryside Arts Center, Arlington Heights, IL, 2019 National Contemporary Realism Show, M.A.