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

Studio Update - October 13, 2017

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Sorry, it has been a few weeks since I posted progress photos of the studio. As you can see I've been able to frame, insulate, run electric, sand and stain the floors and do some trim work for one half of the space. I've been able to minimize the budget through sanding the floor instead of buying new flooring which saved $400 in the budget. I've received an additional small donation which helped buy most of the drywall. At this time I have the remaining wiring, electrical outlets, drywall, the lighting, and heating to finish in order to work in this space during the winter. With a few more contributions I can get this half of the space completed before it gets too cold. I've determined that since the other side of the space needs a floor, walls, wiring, and heating, I will try to finish this side up first so I have a space to work. I've been able to work in this new space the last few nights and it has been fantastic.

I can't thank you all enough for your continued support. Having a space large enough to work on this series is giving me the ability to dive headfirst into the next 36 panels. Thank you very much. I am grateful for your support.

To contribute go to:  https://www.gofundme.com/eric-armusik-new-studio-fund