Princess and the Dragon by Paul Bond 33×44″ Oil
Magic realism artist. Perfect description for Paul Bond, his work is amazing and transports you to happy times! Paul’s work is so creative, I can look at each piece and think of different stories, what a treasure!
McKena’s Bittersweet Departure from the Island of Happiness by Paul Bond 24×30″ Oil
Wildly inventive, with that magical quality that transports you back in time but with a modern twist. I love this painting! Be sure to check out Paul’s Blog as well as his Shop – wow, Wow, WOW! I love his coffee table book (you can see a bit of it – how wonderful)!
Read a bit about Paul, from his website:
“Paul Bond’s art lives in the spaces between dreaming and reality. Drawing from the Latin American genre of Magic Realism where symbolic, surreal and fantastic elements blend with realistic atmospheres, they remove the veil on a world where everything is possible. Bond shares the following about his work:
“When viewing a scene, object or line in a novel that moves me, my mind’s eye is continually imagining what elements I could introduce or alter to make a grander statement about what I am experiencing. The physical world to me is heartbreakingly beautiful and profound. And the best way I can know how to channel those deep emotions life inspires in me is by adding to it through a world of my own creation. A world intended to both deepen my own life experience and to stir the souls of my fellow travelers.”
Bond’s award-winning magic realism paintings have been featured in galleries, museums and cultural centers, including the Gateway Museum in Farmington, NM and the San Diego Art Institute. His paintings are now in private collections throughout the US, as well as Australia, Europe, Asia and the Middle East. Corporate collections include the Hotel Hershey and PB&J Restaurants, and his art is featured in many contemporary art publications.” Continue reading HERE…
All images via PaulBondArt.com, used with permission…
Images are not for reproduction, they are property of the artist.
Catch you back here tomorrow!