Kaspian Shore


 Exhaling a red moon’s fire, (2011), acrylic & colored pencil on Fabriano  640GSM, 24 x 24.5  cm

Eliseo in the lights, (2011), acrylic & colored pencil on Arches 300GSM, 23 x 31 cm

In Bloom, (2011), acrylic & colored pencil on Fabriano 640GSM, 20 x 20 cm

A sombre tale of strange matter, (2011), acrylic & colored pencil on Arches 300GSM, 22 x 30 cm

Mesmerize the moon, (2011), acrylic & colored pencil on Arches 300GSM, 21.5 x 30 cm

Last breath of summer, (2011), acrylic & colored pencil on Fabriano 640GSM, 39.5 x 27.5 cm

The Animal in Me, (2011), acrylic & colored pencil on Fabriano 640GSM, 23 x 31 cm

How to disregard the menace that binds you, (2011), acrylic & colored pencil on Fabriano 640GSM, 39.5 x 27.5  cm

Artist Bio

Kaspian Shore is a self-taught painter, born in 1983. Most of the artist’s youth was spent in anguish and isolation, making poetry and art one of the few ways to comfort him in his grief and to communicate. Kaspian’s portraits of gentle, androgynous boys are haunting us like washed-out memories of the ghosts of our pasts, hiding the sadness of many untold stories behind their gloomy, questioning eyes.

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