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Nicola Caredda’s Bleak, Dreamlike Scenes

Nicola Caredda’s dreamlike acrylic paintings blend eroded landscapes and structures, playful bits of pop culture and mystical iconography. Each’s vague narrative appears to be ripped from the subconscious.More...


Mr. Everybody’s Stark Paintings Offer Pops of Vibrancy

Mr. Everybody’s paintings offer a clash of bleak imagery and playful vibrancy. The works, often minimalist in execution, tell of both street art and classical influences, with elegant figures and pop culture iconography playing a role. The artists own practice feels at home on both a gallery wall and a public wall.More...


Revisiting Hans Hemmert’s Spacial Explorations with Balloons

Hans Hemmert uses balloon sculptures to explore the idea of space and form, having the objects take the place of human figures and massive structures. The artist evolved from the human-sized, yellow works of the 1990s to a recent assemblage that takes the shape of an enormous tank.More...


The Recent Kinetic, Mixed-Media Works of Li-Hill

Whether in a gallery or on a public wall, Li-Hill’s hybrid imagery carries distinctive energy, movement, and weight. The Brookyln-based artist uses painting, stenciling, and sculptural elements to create those pieces, often packed with social observation. The artist was last featured on HiFructose.com here.More...


Federico Infante’s New Figurative Work Collected in ‘The Geography of Hope’

Federico Infante blends the figurative and the abstract in his stirring acrylic paintings. His upcoming show at Hugo Galerie in New York, The Geography of Hope, collects a new body of work from the artist. The show begins May 26 and runs through June 17. Infante was last featured on HiFructose.com here.More...


Christian Russo’s Humorous, Striking Illustrations

Christian Russo crafts illustrations that seem to both utilize and parody elements from popular culture. The Chicago-based artist blends multiple approaches to each aspect of a work, showing an ability in emulating tattoo art, comic characters, realism, and other styles. More...


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Nicola Caredda’s Bleak, Dreamlike Scenes

Nicola Caredda’s dreamlike acrylic paintings blend eroded landscapes and structures, playful bits of pop culture and mystical iconography. Each’s vague narrative appears to be ripped from the subconscious.More...


Mr. Everybody’s Stark Paintings Offer Pops of Vibrancy

Mr. Everybody’s paintings offer a clash of bleak imagery and playful vibrancy. The works, often minimalist in execution, tell of both street art and classical influences, with elegant figures and pop culture iconography playing a role. The artists own practice feels at home on both a gallery wall and a public wall.More...


Revisiting Hans Hemmert’s Spacial Explorations with Balloons

Hans Hemmert uses balloon sculptures to explore the idea of space and form, having the objects take the place of human figures and massive structures. The artist evolved from the human-sized, yellow works of the 1990s to a recent assemblage that takes the shape of an enormous tank.More...


The Recent Kinetic, Mixed-Media Works of Li-Hill

Whether in a gallery or on a public wall, Li-Hill’s hybrid imagery carries distinctive energy, movement, and weight. The Brookyln-based artist uses painting, stenciling, and sculptural elements to create those pieces, often packed with social observation. The artist was last featured on HiFructose.com here.More...


Federico Infante’s New Figurative Work Collected in ‘The Geography of Hope’

Federico Infante blends the figurative and the abstract in his stirring acrylic paintings. His upcoming show at Hugo Galerie in New York, The Geography of Hope, collects a new body of work from the artist. The show begins May 26 and runs through June 17. Infante was last featured on HiFructose.com here.More...


Christian Russo’s Humorous, Striking Illustrations

Christian Russo crafts illustrations that seem to both utilize and parody elements from popular culture. The Chicago-based artist blends multiple approaches to each aspect of a work, showing an ability in emulating tattoo art, comic characters, realism, and other styles. More...


Crayola Premier Tempera, Yellow, Pint (16 oz) - 00012-4006 - Painting sku

- 00012-4006 by blick

Item description: This Painting Liquid Tempera Paint product is by blick - Crayola offers a top-grade liquid tempera that comes in a convenient squeeze bottle with flip-top cap. The brilliant, opaque colors flow easily, cover well, and dry to a velvety matte finish. Crayola temperas are water-soluble and non-toxic.... Learn More

Manufacturer: blick

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Category: Liquid Tempera Paint

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