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The Surreal, Chaotic, and Colorful Art of Steven Tabbutt

Through surreal imagery and imagination the work of Steven Tabbutt pleasantly blurs illustration and fine art.  Accomplished in both fields, Talbutt works in a way that mixes a classical styling with contemporary illustration and drawing.  The figures that populate his paintings are often seem to be plucked from previous centuries of art history.  However, the surreal situations they are found in are at times strange, chaotic and colorful pointing to a more modern tradition as well as folklore and myth. See more of Steven Tabbutt's art after the jump.

Through surreal imagery and imagination the work of Steven Tabbutt pleasantly blurs illustration and fine art.  Accomplished in both fields, Talbutt works in a way that mixes a classical styling with contemporary illustration and drawing.  The figures that populate his paintings are often seem to be plucked from previous centuries of art history.  However, the surreal situations they are found in are at times strange, chaotic and colorful pointing to a more modern tradition as well as folklore and myth.

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