Roy Lichtenstein made one of the most well-known Pop Art statements of the Art World when he used comic book panels to create his famous paintings and prints. In addition to comic book panels, cartoon characters also make great Pop Art subjects, and one of my favorites has always been Jessica Rabbit from the movie "Who Framed Roger Rabbit." This is another in a series of Pop Art Portraits I am creating in the neo-divisionist style. This method of painting allows for the application of color into a painting unrelated to the actual subject. It also takes a simple subject and allows for an energetic interpretation that goes far beyond the actual subject. Image (c)2014 by Randal Huiskens
"Randal Huiskens is King Of Pop... Art." -Thom Bierdz, actor (Phillip Chancellor III on The Young & The Restless) and President of The American Art Awards.
Randal Huiskens is a Chicago area fine artist whose principal medium is acrylic paint on canvas. His latest works are a series of Pop Art Portraits in a style he calls neo-divisionism. This method of painting allows for the application of color into a painting unrelated to the actual subject. It also takes a simple subject and allows for an energetic interpretation that goes far beyond the actual subject. He also works in a style that he describes as "studies of color, pattern, texture and form coupled with a compulsive graphomania extrapolated through the motif of the butterfly." In...
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