6 Modern-Day Artists that Will be the Art Masters of the Future

100 Painters of Tomorrow is a publication that features the best up and coming artists in the world. It gives exposure to artists that have promise and potential and offers them a chance to showcase their work to the world. In 2014, a shortlist of 15 artists were compiled that its author Kurt Beers felt were the artists of the future. We compiled our own shortlist. These artists are truly talented and we will hear about them in the future.

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Dale Adcock from England. He was born in 1980 and lives and works in England. His art has hard graphic lines and showcases geometric totems.

Emma Bennett from Wales. She was born in 1974 and lives in and works in London. Her works are rich and she makes negative space striking through her use of colour.

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Blake Daniels from Cincinnati. He was born in 1990 and lives and works in America and South Africa. He re-did a painting by Goya after witnessing a mother get attacked by armed men. It is a garish work that is intriguing.

William Daniels from England. He was born in 1976 and still lives and works in London. He uses aluminium foil to reproduce well-known works of art. It is very intriguing and fascinating.

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Robert Fry from London. He was born in 1980 and lives and works in London. Fry uses colours to create mysterious and deep works of art that make you think.

Alexander Gutsche from Germany. He was born in 1970 and lives and works in Germany. He is considered a hyper-realist that exhibits great technical skill. He is a surrealist who creates collages of objects and figures that do not belong to reality or should not share space.

These are only a few of the up and coming artists from this publication and there are many more. The world has a lot of talented artists that will make us wonder and drift and get lost in their masterpieces. The artists in this book offer something for everyone from weird to clean-cut to surreal.

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