Tuesday, July 13, 2010

The Work of James Jean


This morning I am checking out the work of James Jean which I discovered through the blog, accidental mysteries. Each piece is a feast.









His work is amazingly varied and I enjoyed looking at his themes and progression as an artist through the years. Some years were amazingly productive, others not. The creativity and realization of that has always fascinated me about artists. What in their lives causes them to have bursts of creativity and inspiration?

See more of his amazing work here: James Jean

6 comments:

  1. Wow, these are varied but each one is fascinating. Thanks for sharing!

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  2. Thank you for the introduction to this amazing artist. So much to look at in each of his pieces.

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  3. I've had the pleasure of meeting James Jean and attending a few of his shows here in LA. Honestly, I'm more familiar with his comic book covers but he's an amazing artist by his own right.

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  5. Amazing! Each image captures such emotion through color. Love them all.

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