The Kilmany-Jo Liversage art series mixes graffiti and classic portraiture to bring a creative classical street art blend.
Using acrylic and spray paint on canvas, Kilmany-Jo Liversage’s beautiful portraits are instantly eye-catching and her urban art form portrays strong elements of classical and street art. For example, the Misako Teah portrait’s use of graffiti makes for a colorful array of tags mixed over consistent patterns that look like leaves. The paint drip effect on the left-upper side of the painting adds wonderful character to the painting’s street art styles.
The portrait is currently exhibited at the Worldart Gallery in Cape Town, South Africa and can be bought on the artist's site.
Kilmany-Jo Liversage’s Art Series at Worldart Gallery is Classi
1. Classical Street Art - The blending of classical and street art techniques creates a new style that appeals to urban and traditional art enthusiasts.
2. Acrylic and Spray Paint - The use of acrylic and spray paint on canvas allows for vibrant and expressive artwork that combines different artistic mediums.
3. Graffiti-inspired Portraiture - The incorporation of graffiti elements into portraiture adds a contemporary and urban twist to traditional painting styles.
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