Red Tweny

Above image: Red Tweny, Playing in a Little Space


Red Tweny tries to hold together a mixture of Re-Modernism, Expressionism, Dark Art, Surrealism, Pop Art, Dada, and New Figuration in his eerie monochrome depictions. Using one single colour, he creates without digital manipulation, using only his “soul and a traditional ink pen.” Red describes his style:

“It is… a style that I think is quite new and recognisable amongst others, reminiscent of the fears of our century and the uneasiness of our souls. I try to tell you the shabby daily lives as opposed to the higher needs of the human soul, almost always disappointed.”

Red Tweny, A Witch Under the Blanket

Red Tweny, A Witch Under the Blanket

Red Tweny, Crossing Fingers over a Small Chair

Red Tweny, Crossing Fingers over a Small Chair

Red Tweny, Drawing a Window on an Unsteady Table

Red Tweny, Drawing a Window on an Unsteady Table

Red Tweny, the Mona LIsa's Tear

Red Tweny, the Mona LIsa’s Tear

Red Tweny, Escape from the Pire

Red Tweny, Escape from the Pire

Red Tweny, Microcosms

Red Tweny, Microcosms

Red Tweny, The Monacle

Red Tweny, The Monacle


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