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Creepshow Paintings by Artist Nathan James

Artist Nathan James work’s depicts strangely glamorized faces within his oil paintings that melt and flow together becoming detatched from a viable reality. His body of work entitled Creepshow represents popular culture from a more pessimistic viewpoint. In addition to exploring iconography he is interested in depicting the underclass, the forgotten failures found in society rather than the easily accessible imagery of the beautiful and the successful. Although he was born in Canada, James is currently living and working in London. See more after the jump!

Artist Nathan James work’s depicts strangely glamorized faces within his oil paintings that melt and flow together becoming detatched from a viable reality. His body of work entitled Creepshow represents popular culture from a more pessimistic viewpoint. In addition to exploring iconography he is interested in depicting the underclass, the forgotten failures found in society rather than the easily accessible imagery of the beautiful and the successful. Although he was born in Canada, James is currently living and working in London.





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