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Samantha Mash about her work:
While I primarily work within the digital realm of illustration, I am influenced heavily by Neoclassical painters, American gothic horror writing, and modern Japanese animation.
I am interested in the place of iconography within paintings, as well as merging my childhood interests in anime with the more traditionally centered look of high art oil painting.
I use my work to explore the thin boundary between what is eerie and what is considered beautiful; looking into the conventions of our cultural perception. Focusing my personal work around the themes of death, nature, levels of power, and seclusion. I am ever influenced by science and myth and want to continue to push these themes in my work.
Facebook auction of C.C.V. artist collective.
Closing time: Wednesday november 19th 4 p.m. central standard time.
How to buy?
- Bid on an artwork on www.facebook.com/copycatviolence by making a comment below your favorite piece.
- The highest bidder will win.
- You can find the prices and information next to the photo.
- You can also choose for “buy it now”. The item will be reserved for you.
There are 40 artworks available online, here are some examples:
Winter Night by Ellen Wilberg.
Watercolor and gel pen on 300gr cotton, 2.5×3,5”/6,4×8,9cm, 2014.
Winter Friends by Faye Osman
Pastel and color pencils on 90 lbs Arches hotpress, 8 x 6″, 2014.
Ornament by Brynn Elisabeth.
Mixed Media on wood, 4 x 4″, 2014.
Evergreen by Alex Garant
Oil on canvas, 16 x 20″, 2014.
Morana by Kamille Freske.
Acrylic on canvas, 11 x 14″, 2014.
Paperdreams by Helena Reis
Oils on wood, metal wing, 4,3 x 3,1″, 2014.
Snow Dragon by M. de Vena
Pen and ink on watercolor paper, 4 x 6″, 7 x 9″ framed, 2014.
Frost by Stephanie Pui-Mun Law
Ink and goldleaf on toned paper, 8 x 11″, 2014.
Candy Canes by Megan Buccere
Acrylic on cradled wood panel, 8 x 10″, 2014.
Lilies by Kmye Chan
Indian ink on paper, 5,91 x 7,87″, 2014.
Mistletoe by Lily Buth
Acrylic on wood, 2014.
Little Dove by Amanda Stalter
Acylic on archival watercolor paper with handmade frame from twine. 4 x 6″, 2014.
Snowstorm by Julia Gabrielov
Oil on canvas 8 x 10″, 2014.
Goyim by PeeMonster
Graphite on wood, 4 x 4″, 2014.
Snowblind by Laurie McClave
Graphite, pencil acrylic on beveled wood, 5 x 7″, 2014.
Winterornament by Sasha Fitzgerald
Watercolor and ink on clay frame with diamond glaze. 2 x 3″, 2014.
Wintersleep by Marjolein Caljouw
Acrylic on heavy Canson paper.
9,45″ x 11,81″ / 24 cm x 30,7 cm, 2014.
Empty Zone” is a heart wrenching ghost story of a woman confronted by her complicated past, and forced to choose between redemption and damnation. Set in the future of a visually rich, fragmented world of corrupt privatized governments amidst everything from street gangs modified with deadly animalistic implants to reanimated corpses stalking the streets like remote controlled toys, “Empty Zone’s” world is grimly ethereal and haunting.
Jason is an Eisner nominated Artist/Creator/Writer, with working experience on numerous titles including Hellboy, Abe Sapien, Batman, Escapists, Superman, and Queen and Country. Though primarily painting for gallery exhibitions over the past five years, Jason has consistently maintained his presence in comics. He recently illustrated Batman, Creepy, and Hellraiser. He is now moving into the world of a creator-owned original series with “Empty Zone.