Two paintings from Luis Machare's Hispanic Cultural Series for the United Community Center.
"Carnival" | San Juan, Puerto Rico
36"x48" - Oil on Canvas
"Girl with Llama" | Bolivia
48"x36" - Oil on Canvas
Portraits of Neil Young and Brian Wilson
For more than 25 years, Luis Machare was an illustrator for for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel where he worked in a variety of media and styles on a wide range of subjects.
16"x 20" - Watercolor
At home with a wide range of media, Luis Machare's portraits of people, as well as man's best friend, are sought after by collectors.
20" x 30" - Pastel
Philippe Machare explores Paul Klee's saying, "A line is a dot that went for a walk," with his pen and ink series. What first appears to be a mass of lines reveals itself as faces, objects and symbols. The more you look, the more you see.
At left is the drawing as a whole, and as a detail.
© 2012 Philippe Machare
Flamenco is a dynamic, dramatic art form. The Flamenco series, created from photos taken in the Andalucia region of Spain where Flamenco originates, is modified in Photoshop with layers of textures and filters to become digital art. Mary's work is available as prints in our online gallery shop and from Fine Art America.
From illustration to fine art, Luis Machare has brought his unique talent to publications and fine art galleries from the Americas to Europe.
A designer with a camera and a penchant for image manipulation, Mary takes her camera everywhere and then creates digital artwork from the images.
Philippe sketches everywhere he goes, in notebooks, textbooks, anywhere there is a blank space. He is currently studying animation and illustration.