Casey Weldon crafts surreal, sometimes absurd paintings that play with the everyday and the otherworldly alike. … “Weldon gambols with the manipulation of scale and contrast to create otherworldly scenes, as though pulled from the cavities of the unconscious and its latent thread-like associations,” the gallery says. “The works alternate between moments of intense darkness and incandescent light, figuratively and literally. Saturated with lush color and detail, they are stylized by idiosyncratic palette choices that capture a range of brightness and atmosphere, from the intensity of neon to the lambent of dusk and the recesses of twilight obscurity.”
Pareidolic Apophenic Morphogenesis is the search to see things that only exist on the dark screen of the inner mind.
My works represent a journey from chaos, line and color into shape, form and content — freely growing from the mind’s inner eye onto the visual surface.
A world of fantastic landscapes, strange creatures and impossible machines and edifices that defy meaning, content and logic — yet are a true world unto themself.
About Jeff Engberg
Jeff Engberg endeavours with his artwork to find meaning in life by wandering through the dark recesses of the mind.
Engberg Studied art in California, Spain and Norway.
He is a member of the Norwegian Visual Artists Association (NBK Norsk Billedkunstnere) and the National Association of Drawers and Illustrators (Tegnerforbundet).
He has been associated with Can Serrat Art Center/Residency near Barcelona for 12 years and enjoys visiting and participating each summer. Can Serrat’s creative ambience and rural lifestyle in the Catalan countryside in the land of Dali, Miro and Tapies.
These last 8 years Jeff has focused on surrealistic drawings on cotton paper exploring dreamworlds and imaginative environments populated by strange creatures that strive to fulfill their calling in empty landscapes populated with strange animals and archetypical creatures.
Some say “no man is an island.” Jeff says “every man is an island unto himself”, deep within the confines of his mind and soul. Creative expression is how we humans try to express this isolation and share our inner soul with others.
One of the world’s greatest paintings in virtual reality.
Fly through The Garden of Earthly Delights by Hieronymus Bosch on the back of a fish.
Made ‘for Hieronymus’ by BDH to celebrate 500 years of the visionary genius. Published in collaboration with the Bosch500 Festival & Exhibition, Netherlands.
“A heavenly host of delights on the road to hell” – The Guardian
BOSCH VR is also available on iPad.
Bosch VR Experience installation.
Medusawolf (A. E. Brown) Biography
I grew up near the woods & discovered the world was a weird mystery. I learned I loved to draw. Years later, I went to Delaware College of Art & Design where I learned I loved to paint. Today I draw & paint the weirdness the world makes me see inside. I live in Bear, Delaware with a very beautiful girl and two cats who hate each other.
Jaroslaw’s surrealistic work includes three main themes.
- Surrealistic, epic dreamscapes.
- Strange skin-monsters.
- Erotic fantasy art. (Not included in this post.)
Much of his work is preoccupied with the concept of time; clocks are the subject of a fourth sculptural series.