The 'Flesch and Blood' series by Heather Nevay features memorable paintings that take inspiration from historical subject matter. Reminiscent of Renaissance style paintings, these remarkable portraits dare to intrigue the viewer.
From bold themes to stoic and still subjects, these disturbing depictions are undeniably unsettling. These creepy captures are intricately detailed, showcasing the Scottish artist's tremendous abilities. Disturbing in their subject matter, the Flesch and Blood series by Heather Nevay depicts a strange world solely inhabited by children.
Taking inspiration from British portraiture and the work of artist Hyeronimus Bosch, Nevay contemporary classics are highly expressive, showcasing the menacing and mysterious eyes of the depicted subjects.
Focusing on themes of isolation and cruelty, these powerful and sometimes scary images display broken and burnt toys and manufactured landscapes that suggest a disconnect with nature.
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