Drawing - Mixed Media
SPICE PANTRY is a spontaneous drawing composition with black ink on sand brown colored board on 03 21 2004. The male figure in the work is shown from shoulders to head and appears to be seated while looking over his left shoulder and winking with his right eye. The work imaged here is hand signed by Artist Feile Case in Denver, Colorado. It was released for print in 01 of 2012.
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The art of Feile Case is inspiring, controversial, and ingenious. Case Art works are visceral, stylized, futuristic and inherently intuitive, possessing overtones of profound spirituality and mysticism, with a unique focal observation on what makes us human. In a world that is becoming increasingly technocentric, Case draws attention to our humanity with skillful, bold strokes and vibrant symbolism while employing experimental materials and techniques. He records the true richness of each subjects story as a life specific moment, on canvas. Case explores possibilities of personal history, painful realities, and the striking clarity of the interconnectedness that comprises each of us. He is proficient at teasing out the tales that tend to remain hidden. Case draws on our phenomenal worlds Dharmic aspects for clarity in his art works. Philosophically influenced by existentialists, not unlike John Paul Sartre, Case sees each of us as a reflection of our world and then captures this essence through acrylic hues on stretched canvas, handmade sculptures that excite the eye and stimulate the mind as well as intriguing digital art imagery and fine art photography.
Cases paintings, executed in acrylic on stretched canvas, draws on figurative, futuristic, POP and primitive influences. His visions are layered with fluorescent, metallic and phosphorescent highlights creating imagery unlike any other visionary of his kind. He creates in works of light, photography, digital art as well as various sculpting materials. His organic sculptures illuminate silhouettes of nature, branches covered by fine handmade Japanese papers and other handmade papers and fibers.
During the dawn of Denvers original RAVE culture, Feile Case is perhaps Denvers best known scenic artist. Major RAVE Production Companies utilized Cases talents for creating POP, OPP and Fluorescent Impressionist visions that fueled the RAVE, in turn making him the longest running and most successful artist in the RAVE culture scene. Independent studies took Feile across the United States from San Diego to New York City, as well as overseas to Holland, Germany, Belgium and the United Kingdom, providing tangible influences for his personal evolution and international artistic recognition.
Case is currently aligning his talent to communities around the globe, wishing to impart the inspiration that is inherent within his work.
Consider contacting the Artist Feile Case beforehand, via email here, If you wish to make special arrangements with the Artist for further embellishments and or a hand signing of your prints, before you purchase a quality print and before it is shipped to you.
For a nominal fee, Case will hand paint added Embellishments And Or HAND SIGN your print ONLY by Special requested arrangements by you which are Only available through direct email communication with the Artist. Simply Click the name Feile Case LINKED at the top right of the image to See the Feile Case, FAA POD Print On Demand, Home Page for optional email and detailed information. You may have the work shipped to the Case Art Studio for additional work to be done, ultimately making your selection much more valuable. Case Fine Art Originals are currently selling for around five thousand US Dollars. Case is available for commissioned work.
All works © Feile Case
January 25th, 2012
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