Wild kingdom creatures inhabit the latest series of paintings from the imagination of artist Bev Hogue. Top Cat, Dog Day Afternoon and High Wired are each 12 in. x 36 in. acrylic on canvas. The series makes a fetching trio. The pieces are on preview only until the release date of Sept. 21 at beluxe.tv
A purr-fect fit. That was the reaction to the invite from the Kitten Rescue Fur Ball to present one of my creations as part of their 25th anniversary in L.A. In “Mirror, Mirror, Who is the Feral of Them All”, I remarked a giclée from my Blue in the Face series that explores a pet… Continue reading Fur Ball fundraiser for Kitten Rescue in L.A.
Midnight Matinee is a personal favourite among my large canvas Blue or Nothing paintings, and its appeal extends to an audience who has shown its appreciation at shows and exhibitions over the years. At the 20th anniversary of my Beluxe art, it was natural to add some cast members to this surreal show and invite… Continue reading Surreal, with love
We are excited about a big new catalogue of prints at icanvas.com, where you can choose from more than three dozen Beluxe images based on original paintings by artist Bev Hogue. Special Black Friday pricing is on now for various sizes and framing options. Check it out here. https://www.icanvas.com/canvas-art-prints/artist/bev-hogue?product=canvas&sort=popular
A striking new series of Bev Hogue “Blue or Nothing” paintings and yoga gear with Pretty Fierce are featured Oct. 26 and 27 at the Oast Hayloft in Niagara-on-the-Lake. The famous blue paintings of this highly collectible Niagara artist blend fantasy and fashion in the pop surreal genre. And through her Beluxe label, this bold… Continue reading Bev Hogue Blue Art show with Pretty Fierce
Tura Satana: an actor, force of nature, and now object of art. When the buxom Hollywood B-movie star died, her many fans mourned but the world awoke to her power and beauty. Many tributes, including one in L.A. in late 2014, helped tell Tura’s story. At a time in cinema when women were getting slapped… Continue reading Faster Pussycat Kill Kill!
Bev grew up sketching a full cast of characters in her hometown of Fenwick. The 1960s TV series Green Acres could have easily been filmed here with corn fields to run through and a 1920s-era gas station at the centre of town. The farming village was a station stop on the Toronto, Hamilton and Buffalo… Continue reading Blue beginnings