From Mawada Art: Ralphie: “Gorgeous animals to paint and in and of themselves.”
From Cernunnos: Progeny by 3mmI http://3mmi.deviantart.com/art/Progeny-336499186 After the forces of evil had done their worst to destroy all that was good and decent in the world, and almost everything had withered and died, deep down and hidden, life did conquer darkness, for it is and always will be indomitable. (from Ralphie)
From The Mind Unleashed http://www.themindunleashed.org: Reality is to the right…
From Art Emad via Arts and Hearts INTERNATIONAL: MISSION STATEMENT: “It is our desire to motivate and teach with a philanthropic spirit, the significance of how the arts enhance and empower our lives as a global effort to bring more love and light to what many of us are so passionate about…THE ARTS!”
From Cernunnos: La Femme Graine by Séverine Pineaux http://www.pineaux.com/fr/dessins.html#reload
From Santa Robaina Rodriguez: Ralphie: “Always happy to promote somebody else’s artwork.” And a second one: What a feast of colours!
From Cernunnos: -Altar of light- by Janek-Sedlar http://janek-sedlar.deviantart.com/art/Altar-of-light-289270996
From Cernunnos: Who Knows Where by Fuzzypiggy http://fuzzypiggy.deviantart.com/art/Who-Knows-Where-407555487
From Some Amazing Facts: The Singing Tree. The Wind blowing makes music : Lancashire – England — with Arsy. Ralphie: “I wish there was sound to go with it.” Explanation by Twila Skinner – Designed by architects Mike Tonkin and Anna Liu of Tonkin Liu, the Singing Ringing Tree is a 3 metre tall construction […]
From Grappige gezellige mooie plaatjes< bij Josette:
From Aurore Lephilipponnat:
From The Pink Cauldron – artists: Vic Hood and Jack A. Williams. *No ordinary pumpkin!*
I reblogged an article the other week, about the CIA investing in modern expressionism, because they were ‘afraid’!? This stumped me for a while, it did not compute, but I think I finally figured it out. These boys do not do anything for nothing! Artists are supposed to be discerning people, with an awesome power […]
From Cernunnos: Swamp Elder by Ogilvie http://ogilvie.deviantart.com/art/Swamp-Elder-277068575
From Pagan Artists of Facebook: Amelya G. Lyndley. Earth Air Fire & Water, Ballyvaughan, The Burren posted this amazing shot of a Dolmen in Co. Clare, Ireland.
From sigu ->http://sigu.deviantart.com/art/The-King-of-Elfland-s-Daughter-332697611 The King of Elfland’s Daughter:
From Recycled art Foundation: The coolest car… zero to a hundred in ‘no’ time and emits no noxious fumes.
From Anonymous ART of Revolution: *I want his ear!*
Through Imaginary Foundation I discovered an artist, Seb Janiak, who has made some spectacular photographs. Here are two examples: 1. 2. From his biography: In a photographic career spanning 25 years, Seb Janiak has explored a remarkably diverse range of areas. A survey of his work would form a virtually complete picture of all the […]
From Cernunnos: WOW!! I like…
From Patrick De Vlieger: Patrick De Vlieger, Etching monotype, 2013. ” Nadine ”
From Julien Mc Laughlin via wegotalent.com: Here’s one of them. Loads more it you click the above link.
From AAG – Absolute Art Gallery Belgium: Exhibition Body Language Christine Comyn — in Brugge.
WISH: A Monumental 11-Acre Portrait in Belfast by Jorge Rodríguez-Gerada From ThisIsColossal.com: A new face for Belfast on the old face of the city. Is this just wishful thinking or a genuine hope for a brighter future for all of us who share this land? A first for the UK and Ireland, a large-scale portrait […]
Wire Sculpture by Fantasywire:
Unexpected Layers of Glass Added to Stones and Books by Ramon Todo From ThisIsColossal.com: You can see many more, if you click the link above!
From Cernunnos: http://www.deviantart.com/art/Oberon-104587915 Exquisitely painted!
From Artworks of Johnson Tsang: Amazing photo sessions of a sculpting process, done by a Master. A must see for all art-lovers! 1. Sculpting the neck of the dragon: 2. The finished product:
From whitewolfpack.com: James Ayer’s paintings of Native American history are not just the results of a simple act with the stroke of a brush. A lot of time and attention to details are paid by him. His paintings are actually the result of years of research combined with his personal exploration and observation. During this […]