- Boy George
- Paula Abdul
- Kevin O'Leary (Shark Tank)
- Caityln Jenner (The Kardashians)
- Debra Messing (Will & Grace)
Orbs of light, gleaming in the darkness. An infinite number of them, shining brightly. Each one unique, yet all so similar. The darkness is pregnant with orbs of light, an infinite number of them, each one gleaming. It's an unexplained magical sight.
New York City 2022- Marko Stout’s newest series, "Infinite Orbs" will premiere at Kate Oh Gallery in New York City this coming Fall. These pieces are awe-inspiring and look incredible, also the artist has announced this will be the first of three installments- with others to be exhibited in Miami and Berlin later next year.
The darkness is pregnant with orbs of light, an infinite number of them, each one gleaming and shining brightly- each one unique, yet all so similar. It's an unexplained magical sight. They gleam and shimmer, an infinite number of them, sustaining and lighting up the enveloping blackness. Orbs of light gleam in the darkness, appearing infinite. Every time you turn, there's another one to catch your eye. They provide just enough light to see by, but not enough to fully illuminate the way.
I've always been captivated by Orbs; they continue living inside my imagination because there's something so fascinating about these spiritual objects that have captured people’s fancy through generations and now including myself. The glowing orbs that hover above or around figures are often seen as a sense of wonder and mystery. They have long been associated with spirituality, otherworldly realms, but most importantly- they continue to capture our imaginations in ways only an orb can do so beautifully.
Often depicted as a perfect circle, the orb represents unity, wholeness, and infinity. Orbs continue to inspire feelings of wonderment and awe. A symbol of hope and transformation. They are mystical symbols of protection and guidance seen as messengers from the divine realm, carrying messages of love and hope. They can be seen as floating balls of light that represent the journey of the soul and the interconnectedness of all life. Orbs often represent of the sun and moon, symbolizing the cycle of life and death. They are also the eye of a god watching over and protecting humanity or perhaps the eye of the artist observing his subject.
The imagination is captivated by these floating lights, and they continue to inspire us. Orbs are enigmatic. They mesmerize us with their mysteries – and the imagination is captured by their unending potential. Orbs of light float in the air, casting a spell of wonder emanating an otherworldly glow, drawing you in.
Marko Stout's "Sex Lips" paintings are colorful, sensual and definitely eye-catching. Inspired by Pop Art and Surrealism, Stout's paintings feature enlarged lips in a variety of vibrant hues. Some lips are adorned with jewelry, while others are simply outlined in bold strokes of paint. But all of the lips have one thing in common: they're incredibly seductive. Stout uses a variety of techniques to create his signature style, which is both erotic and playful. His bold use of color and shape accentuates the curves and contours of the form, while his use of light and shadow adds depth and dimension.
Whether you're looking at "Sex Lips" in person or via one of Stout's many prints, it's impossible to resist the urge to stare, and that's exactly what Stout wants his viewers to do. "I want people to feel like they're being pulled into the painting," he says. "I want them to feel the sensuality and the energy." With their bold colors and suggestive shapes, it's no wonder that Stout's "Sex Lips" paintings have gained a loyal following among art lovers. If you're looking for a piece that will add a touch of glamour to your home or office, look no further than Marko Stout's "Sex Lips." These paintings are sure to provoke desire and ignite the senses!
- Charlie Sheen
- Shangela (RuPaul's Drag Race)
- Snooki (MTV: The Jersey Shore)