Figurative Art | Dramatic Realist Artist Eric Armusik

Classical Figurative Artist

Painted Human Emotion

Eric Armusik, (b. 1973) paints classical figurative art that fuses his life experiences with art history.  His paintings are a declaration to the dramatic power of representational art.  The origin of his inspiration does not lie in academia, but rather his childhood, surrounded by the vivid paintings he saw in Gothic cathedrals as a child.  Eric doesn't aspire to simply paint a figure; he paints a moment, a human experience, and an emotional dialogue that transcends culture, religion and time itself.  If you want realist figurative art you can go to any academic painter.  If you want to know the sublime passion an artist has for the inner souls of the human beings in his paintings, you've come to the right painting website.  The work of Eric Armusik is painted human emotion.  Welcome to ericarmusik.com

Painting Dante's Inferno

When I was 20 years old, I picked up a copy of Dante’s Inferno and it had a profound affect in shaping my work. Twenty-three years later I am embarking on the most ambitious painting series of my life - painting a near-lifesized version of Dante's Inferno.  For this project, I am working in tandem with Professor Christopher Kleinhenz, a world-renowned Dante scholar to compose 40 of the most ambitious paintings ever created on the subject.  The completion of these paintings will culminate in a traveling museum exhibition and a large, full-color painting book on the subject narrated by Professor Kleinhenz.  We will complete this project in the Fall of 2018.

Jerry's Artarama Makes a Huge Contribution

I have received backing from one of the largest and most trusted art companies in the world, Jerry's Artarama, who will be providing all 40, 4ft x 5ft AlumaComp panels for the Painting Dante's Inferno project. These museum quality archival panels are state of the art construction with a smooth surface that is excellent for my style of painting.

How to be a contributor

I have been approached by several private collectors who have contributed to the project outside the Kickstarter campaign I started this past August.  As of September 19, 2016 I have secured 60% of the funding necessary to work on this project over the next two years.  This is enough for me to begin the project but not enough to address the time and the expenses of materials during the next two years.  In order to complete this mammoth project I need your help.  For more information fill out the form below.

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