The digital work of Russian artist Alexandr Kumpan is a paradox. He creates using a color palette that is generally joyful and vibrant, yet the subject focuses on sulking creatures and lifeforms that appear to dwell in depths that the sun has never seen. Often lanky and raw monstrosities, whose forms generally seem to be made of bone and shell and tendon, are caught in some peculiar delight - sometimes whimsical and other times macabre. I featured the painting Red Sushi, because I love the variety of color he uses and the variety of emotion you feel while viewing it. Upon closer look the viewer tends to discover new attention to detail in all his work and although he do not have a personal website, I urge you to find him on Instagram, Facebook, or DeviantArt and discover his other works.
As of October 2016, I intended to use this blog as an accompaniment to my Facebook page and Instagram page. On this blog I post information and updates about my work as well as once a month I highlighted an artist whose work I like (I stopped doing this when I opened my gallery www.GalleryBlueDoor.com). As of March 2017, I began posting a monthly Story Entry with an accompanying illustration of mine. In mid-2019 I took a break from this, but it will resume.