TOP 2014: New Artist Names

dcntop2014-white That's been a huge year for Designcollector in terms of revealing new artist names and project that has hit 150+ posts in twelve months. We have selected 20 new names in figurative and contemporary art, please check the below and share the post

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We Go To The Gallery

Miriam Elia‘s new take on a 1960s Ladybird book. Peter, Jane and Mummy go to a gallery and learn about sex, death and contemporary art. we-go-to-the-gallery-0
With a love of intriguing narratives and in catching a contained but dramatic moment Mary Jane’s work draws influences from a multitude of inspirations, from classical portraiture to the world of haute couture and with an appreciation for a refined technique that invokes the past but with a resolutely modern viewpoint. maryjaneansell-0
Kiev-based young artist Nastya Ptichek has blown up media and internet with an artistic coverage of Edward's Hopper paintings through the eyes of modern communications and emojis. emoji-ptichek-0
Have not seen anything sexier than these gloss paint on paper semi-nudes looking very sultry. That’s the work and magic of UK artist Natasha Law (sister of Jude Law). natasha-law-0
Chloe Early is an Irish born, London based artist who uses her canvases to explore the contradictions between the romantic and the gritty. Chloe-Early-0
Artist Harding Meyer paints large-scale, expressive portraits that are fractured and fragmented with beautiful glitches harding-meyer-0
Russian artist Svetlana Petrova has become known for her online artwork of famous portraits featuring her big ginger cat Zarathustra. fatcatart
Mind-blowing photorealistic drawings of icebergs and sea waves made with soft pastel zaria-forman
His style is a mix of figurative with cubist-like marks by a palette knife. The relaxed figures break apart into geometrical gestures that imply their movement through the space. alex-kanevsky
Exploring the new artworks of Toronto-based artist Jen Mann jen-mann-0
New art by Erik Jones for his upcoming show, “Motion,” at Hashimoto Contemporary in San Francisco features paintings that subsume the human figure in colourful abstract patterns erik-jones-1
Canadian hyper realistic artist Francois Chartier have a wonderful gallery of artworks Francois-Chartier
Gustavo Silva Nuñez is an astonishingly talented artist from Valencia, Venezuela, who paints people in water with meticulous accuracy. Gustavo-Silva-Nunez
An award-winning artist Matthew Quick is known for conceptual realism – that means stuff that looks like it actually is, but makes you think matthew-quick0
Italian figurative artist Beniamino Leone creates portraits of women with their eyes blossom in flowers beniamino-leone0
As stated on the website Kyle is inspired by our perception of, and our interaction with each other through visual identity. The combination of expression, eye contact, concealment, colour and texture makes for a varied involvement with each of his works. kyle-barnes
Daliah Ammar is a nineteen-year-old Palestinian-American artist based in Chicago. I personally enjoy her colour palette and an ability to depict deep emotions using dramatic lights and shadows on each portrait. daliah-ammar-0
The work of Anwen Keeling is defined by feminine beauty. It is a world of soft tones, gentle curves and reposed thought. Light plays across a form as a liquid element caressing and defining its own trajectory insensible to pattern and mood. The woman herself: young; beautiful; supple is defined by form. Anwen-Keeling
Talented watercolour painter and philosopher from Brazil, Marcos Beccari marcos-beccari-1
His work primarily features landscapes composed of sweets, often inhabited by human subjects. will-cotton-2014-2