Hakan Kamasik

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Hakan Kamasik is a modern expressionist artist who was born in Turkey in 1992. He has a degree on Bachelor of Fine Arts and Master of Fine Art in Turkey. Participated in many individual and group exhibitions in Turkey, London, and Toronto. He currently lives in Toronto and continues his art professionally.

ARTIST’S STATEMENT

Oil paint on canvas, acrylic, and mixed techniques on paper are the main tools. The artworks generally create body and body references in the case of human figures. His artworks reflect a language of expression dominated by an internal expression, with autobiographical fiction and fictional conversations based on the body.

$863.00 CAD

Acrylic on Canvas

16x12"

The artworks generally create body and body references in the case of human figures. His artworks reflect a language of expression dominated by an internal expression, with autobiographical fiction and fictional conversations based on the body.

Hakan Kamasik

$450.00 CAD

Acrylic on Board

8x10"

The artworks generally create body and body references in the case of human figures. His artworks reflect a language of expression dominated by an internal expression, with autobiographical fiction and fictional conversations based on the body.

Hakan Kamasik

$863.00 CAD

Acrylic on Board

12x20"

The artworks generally create body and body references in the case of human figures. His artworks reflect a language of expression dominated by an internal expression, with autobiographical fiction and fictional conversations based on the body.

Hakan Kamasik

$863.00 CAD

Acrylic on Canvas

12x16"

The artworks generally create body and body references in the case of human figures. His artworks reflect a language of expression dominated by an internal expression, with autobiographical fiction and fictional conversations based on the body.

Hakan Kamasik

$1,084.00 CAD

Acrylic on Canvas

12x16"

The artworks generally create body and body references in the case of human figures. His artworks reflect a language of expression dominated by an internal expression, with autobiographical fiction and fictional conversations based on the body.

Hakan Kamasik