Mon 11 Jan 2010
Art is subjective of course and we do love art. Although there is a ton of “art” out there that does not meet our taste, we love the idea that people are expressing themselves. We recently came across the work of Chris Buzelli, whose work is just so striking. We realize that his work is not going to be everybody’s taste, but Buzelli is one of those artists whose talent you have to admire even if you do not care for the work.
Chris Buzelli: “Chris Buzelli was born and raised outside of Chicago and on the waters of Lake Michigan. Chris was influenced by his Grandfather Armondo Buzelli at young age, painting side by side. After graduating from Rhode Island School of Design, Chris moved to New York City to start his career as an illustrator in 1995. His oil paintings have appeared in many national and international publications including Rolling Stone, Playboy, The Village Voice, New York Times, the Seattle Zoo, LA times, Boston Globe, and US World News & Report. Chris has also collaborated on numerous projects for design firms, advertising agencies and Broadway musical posters. Chris’ work has been recognized by American Illustration, Society of Illustrators, Society of Publication Designs, Communication Arts, Print and Step by Step. Chris also shows his work extensively in various exhibitions and galleries throughout North America.”
We love the talent and the work. Buzelli’s website has a nice portfolio of his work and a shop where you can buy his works – originals and prints.