Appreciate: Alice Brasser

Alice Brasser is a Dutch artist who seems to take realistic situations and settings, like weddings or nature, and add the element of surrealism to it. An example of one of her works that shows this is “The Wedding”. It’s amazing how Brasser imitates wood carving etches by only using oil paint and a kitchen roller to make the lines in this piece. Although the figures in the piece are static, the lines give the artwork some type of movement, which livens up a somewhat dark color palette. It’s funny that this piece is called “The Wedding” because everything, from the colors used to the people showcased in it, looks somber and dark. If you have $6,600 to spend, this would make a good conversation piece in the home.

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2 Responses to “Appreciate: Alice Brasser”
  1. Lieselotte says:

    As soon as I found this website I went on reddit to share some of the love with them.

  2. this is pretty interesting

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