Ray Caesar (b. October 26, 1958) is a visual surreal artist and digital painter residing in Toronto, Canada.
Caesar's art redefines possibility and pushes the boundaries of digital art, moving away from the mundane and the pedestrian to create completely innovative, digital artworks.
"Caesar experiments with new techniques and materials on a larger scale, applying each one-of-a-kind digital ultrachrome and acrylic medium print on wood panel with varnish," says JonathanLevineGallery.com. "Combining themes of hope, birth, and victory of the human soul, Caesar parlays the spiritual nature of his art."
His art is of fantastic, grimly hopeful and gravely whimsical images of wizened children who radiate an enigmatic serenity. Sprouting bio-mechanical limbs and appendages, the figures are otherworldly, a melding of sci-fi fantasy and lush, impossible landscapes.
I absolutely love this work.
Thanks to Trend de la Creme for the wonderful photos!
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