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Automotive Artist interviews series started
Automotive Art comes in various ways. There are huge differences in how cars are being portrayed. From photorealistic to cartoon style or abstract. It can tell a story or depict ideas. Each automotive artist is unique in the ways how he or she expresses himself through their art. Browsing through our gallery you will enjoy this wide variety of unique automotive art.
Last week I started doing interviews with automotive artist to learn from them why they are painting cars, how are they being inspired, what are their techniques, what is their favorit car. Each interview is posted on our blog and some of them will also be posted as video.
Famous artist Paul Cézanne already said “A work of art which did not begin in emotion is not art”. And after three interviews I can already confirm this. Automotive Art expresses or stirs emotions. The artwork can be a record on what the artist his emotion and feeling is for a specific classic car or automotive event and, at the same time, it can bring about emotional reactions in the viewer.
I love doing the interviews with the automotive artists. This is why I started ClassicCarGift to begin with; meet passionate artists, hear their stories, enjoy their art, be inspired and share the passion with car lovers over the world.
My first interview was with Canadian Automotive Artist Etienne Carignan with whom I reviewed the creation of his new artwork of the Plymouth Roadrunner 1972. This artwork is exclusively available with ClassicCarGift.com in a limited edition of only 30 Giclée's.
I met automotive artist Ronald Hulleman at his exposition at “The Gallery” in Brummen. Ronald is a specialist in painting reflections. Check our blog to read the interviews.
I hope you enjoy reading the blogs on the Automotive Artists as much as I loved doing the interviews.
Marcel G. Haan