Post modernism is a genre of art developed as a reaction against principles and practices of established modernism (twentieth century until the end of World War II). In general terms any work of art made after the Modernist era should be considered post modern. Compared with modernism, post modernism is less geometric, less functional, less austere, more playful, and more willing to include elements from diverse times and cultures.

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Boruck, Holly
Paints oil and acrylic landscape, still life, abstract and portrait on canvas, paper and mixed media.
Calzetta, Tony
Featuring colorful abstract paintings and prints, described as 'abstract comics', or 'surreal funnies' by the artist.
Darrah, Rebecca
Resume and portfolio of a Kansas City artist working with patterned fabric, watercolor and acrylic.
Es, Carol
Features paintings, object art and installations in a variety of media. Artist's biography and exhibitions.
Frank, F.
Wild, graphic, colorful cartoony fish paintings.
Gettings, Michael
Virginia artist specializing in dimensional figurative paintings. Includes statement, biography and portfolio.
Gropper, Klaus
Provides a manifesto and galleries for the self-described anarchic realist artist.
Gualdoni, Angelina
Resume, exhibition schedule and portfolio of a New York based contemporary painter.
Perry, Vicky
Combined use of representational and action/process painting techniques.
Pirro, Louis
Traces his stylistic evolution from his early work, through "Maximalism" and "Pan-Imagery", and up to "The School of Idaho". Includes images and curriculum vitae.
Roberson, Edie
Utah artist known for her whimsical postmodern and trompe-l'oeil paintings of people, animals, antique toys and various still life objects.
Schoening, Andrea
Los Angeles located German artist creating musical, colorful paintings primarily with acrylic on canvas.
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