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Disappearances 10

Disappearances 10, 2015, oil on gesso panel, 40″ x 30″, private collection

The story  behind the painting:

Disappearances 10.  Is there a wall between Dreams and Reality? How does the everyday existence reflects itself onto the Dream? When exactly do Dreams come to life? What is that moment when our sand castles stop growing out of the dreamscapes, when do our morning stars collide into one blinding Sun? At this fleeting moment we can be whole again.  (Allois and Jörge)


Disappearances 15

Disappearances 15: Flying Dutchman, 2015, oil on canvas, 48″ x 36″, framed

The story  behind the painting:

It’s a wonderful world and its a beautiful life! Throw away your sarcasm, stop crawling back and forth through the looking glass. Look through the wave, feel the wind, get burned by the Sun! Leave the deeply rooted and heavily anchored behind. There is no peace in quiet harbors, there is no kindness among the indifferent, there is no safety in their numbers. You will be saved by those who sail beyond the horizon, try and catch up with them.

Emperor Collection: Emperor

Emperor, oil on linen, 2016, 40.5″x 30.5″, framed, private collection

The story  behind the painting:
Rudolph and Bambino.  I am known to men by many names: as an Atlas who holds the World on his shoulders. or as the Turtles who keep the World afloat, as Father-figure or benevolent God who keeps the World safe. These minor duties are actually in the hands of my pet Bambino, the destiny of Earth is in her hands. When she feels quirky or bored, she plays with you and I receive a lot of complaints coming from all the Churches and Cathedrals of Earth. I never punish Bambino, I adore her playfulness, I let her be herself.
My duties of much greater magnitude and infinitely more boring. I am the Emperor, I keep the whole Universe in check. I make sure that cosmological constants are set within your comfort levels, that Entropy does not consume all the energy of your world, that black holes do not suck all the matter from your Galaxies. One day I will be allowed to relinquish my duties, one day I will trade places with Bambino. I will be young again.
Allois & Jorge

Dreamcatchers Collection: Dreamcatchers

 Dreamcatchers, 2016, oil on oxidized metal, 14.5″ x 12.5″

The story  behind the painting:

Dreamcatchers. The hunt goes on! It goes on forever, it started the moment your ancestors learned how to dream, and the chase will never end. When you wish that all your dreams come true, you wish the impossible. Only the strongest dreams may come true, because only the strongest dreams will be hunted down to be tamed and morphed into your reality. We are your Dreamcatchers. We are professional hunters, and as such we never go after sick, weak, or deformed dreams. If you’ll ever dream something grand and beautiful, we shall be ready! We get our strength from you, so if you want us to hunt down your dream, YOU must be strong and brave and determined. Who we are? Ask your Guardian Angel, he knows us well.
Allois & Jorge

Disappearances 5

Disappearances 5, 2015, oil on gesso panel, 24″ x 18″, private collection

Disappearances 6

Disappearances 6: Ghost, 2015, oil on gesso panel, 24″ x 18″, private collection

Disappearances 8

Disappearances 8, 2015, oil on canvas, 30″ x 30″, private collection








Zurik, 2014, bronze with black patina, 13″ x 8″ x 7″, edition of 13

The Black Gondolier

Illustrations for “Black Gondolier” by Fritz Leiber:

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About the Artist

Allois is an American painter and illustrator, best known for the striking and bizarre images of Aliens in her surrealist work. She illustrated collectible edition of the stories by Edgar Allan Poe and Ray Bradbury "THE FALL OF THE HOUSE OF USHER/USHER II," published by Gauntlet Press in 2010.


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