Trompe-l’œil with Bruno Logan: Invoking Life in Quiescence

An Exclusive Interview with the Hyperrealist Painter

Tribute to Miles Davis, Trompe-l’œil of Bruno Logan

Bruno Logan first breathed into an atmosphere of artistic mastery in the year of 1969 in the great city of Paris. Entering into the Derval School of Decoration in 1987 he started learning the tricks of trompe l’œil and experimenting with the techniques used by old masters enthusiastically. Having gained a diploma from the Gobelins School of Paris in 1990, he begun working in several studios producing comic illustrations for television and movies. Finally, the charms of Vermeer and Ingres proved too strong to be ignored any longer and Bruno devoured every minute of his waking hours playing with hyperrealism and trompe l’œil to create successive masterpieces. In 2010 he was awarded the honorary title of ‘Academicien en Degre Superieur’ by the Academy of Beaux Arts in Saint Louis.

Kurt Wenner: 3D Street Painting, Classical Art and Using Imagination

A Conversation with the Artist

The Magic Flute, Painting by Kurt Wenner

After completion of studies from Rhode Island School of Design and Art Center College of Design and serving a stint with NASA as an advanced scientific space Illustrator Kurt Wenner was finally forced to pay heed to his heart’s desire. In 1982 he left NASA for Italy to explore more of Renaissance classicism. He became the first American artist to win the top prize at the Grazie di Curtatone competition for three consecutive years and received the title Master Street Painter. In 1985, National Geographic documented Kurt’s unique and innovative works of art in their award winning film Masterpieces in Chalk.

Guy Laramée: The Beauty of Creation

An Interview with the Interdisciplinary Artist

The Sacrifice, Painting by Guy Laramée

An interdisciplinary artist, playwright, director, litterateur, music composer, musical instrument designer, singer, song writer, sculptor, painter and book artist Guy Laramée has received more than 30 art grants. He was also awarded the Canada Council’s Joseph S. Stauffer award for musical composition. He directed short films like Marche de Nuit, with Henri-Louis Chalem, 1996; CrystalKey Bee, 1997. As a part of his master’s thesis he also researched in the concepts of creativity and imagination among contemporary artists at Concordia University, 2002. A book artist, he also earned a degree in visual arts from Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM), Montreal, 2004.