i’m jealous of christopher stott

Whoa. How can you not admire anyone that is capable of painting like this!? And, on top of the amazing skill/technique that has gone into this work, they also happen to fit under one of my favorite kinds of art… the “beautifully boring” kind! You know, those mundane, every day objects that your eye most likely skips right over – but, when you take the time to stop and study them, like Canadian artist Christopher Stott obviously has, you realize that each one has it’s own story, and that “boring” really can be amazingly beautiful.

{via Anthology Magazine}

comments (10)

  1. Tricia /// 08.03.2011 /// 7:43am

    What?! Those are seriously paintings? I totally thought they were photographs! That is amazing!

    Great seeing you JC!


  2. LARA /// 08.03.2011 /// 11:11pm

    I can´t believe it… it´s really fantastic. Thanks

  3. S. Carmody /// 08.04.2011 /// 6:12am

    Wait, WHAT? These are paintings?? I’m stupefied… oh what talent!

  4. the jealous curator /// 08.04.2011 /// 8:39am

    i know, right?!

  5. Marisa and Creative Thursday /// 08.05.2011 /// 7:28am

    incredible!! looking forward to seeing you at Alt again 🙂

  6. the jealous curator /// 08.05.2011 /// 1:56pm

    you too marisa!!

  7. crapdude /// 08.05.2011 /// 7:41am

    this dude should try painting a super realistic picture of an eagle. that’d be rad.

  8. Tina @ Scatterbox /// 08.15.2011 /// 6:33am

    Love, love, lovity-love-love Christopher Stott’s work. Some of his originals are in a gallery in Napa Valley and they are just as amazing to see in person. I am jealous of anyone who has his ‘7:00, 8:00, 9:00’ painting.

  9. the jealous curator /// 08.15.2011 /// 5:26pm

    me too!

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