Beautiful Paintings of Paul David Bond

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Today we want to show you beautiful surreal artworks of Mexican artist Paul David Bond. He was born in Mexico but now lives and works in USA. “In my paintings I rearrange familiar objects and elements until they match images mined from my imagination. I am always looking for new visual symbols to reflect an emotion or ideal that I’m entertaining at the moment. Very often a painting is born from something randomly seen from a car window or a line in a novel. If it stirs my curiosity, it finds it’s way into my work.” Artist repeatedly became the winner of competition of young artists, and has been and continues to hold solo exhibitions in galleries in the U.S., and far beyond. If you like such style we recomend you to see Surrealistic Paintings by Vladimir Kush.

 

Time As An Abstract

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Effects Of Departure From Ideal Proportions

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Unexpected Departure

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Happiness In Perpetuity

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The Kindest Kindest Premeditation

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Sins Of The Father

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Shelter

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The Arrival

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Always The Procreant

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Sacred Contract 3

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Happiness By Design

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Mostly Sunny

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Second Coming

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The Flying Lesson

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The Illusion Of Loves Disturbance

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Messenger

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Sacred Contract 2

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Free Thinking Mystic

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Pious Birds Of Good Omen

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7 Comments
  1. Josh

    Wow awesome i liked how there are trees growing on rocks!

  2. NAGSEN

    I am an also artists nice pictures

  3. elisabeth

    beautiful especialy the clouds !

  4. Oil Painting

    Amazing!!!Great Job

  5. candace tucker

    Your painting make the cairns in my yard look naked. Thank you for expanding my horizons.

  6. VectorMan

    Great painting! I know one russian artist who create pictures in similar style. Its Ilya Arhipoff. Both make very nice art.

  7. yuriki

    Wow! So simple and so complicated at the same time!
    I love it!