( Work in progress! ) My goal is to attune the canvas to my spirit by creating a tension between the colors, a chemistry between light and dark and by using the force of the composition itself. Painting one’s feelings or one’s sense of self is never easy, but it is the only way I […]
From http://www.colourinyourlife.com.au/tv-show via Graeme Stevenson, CEO at Colour in your life, a new contact on LinkedIn: Cheryl has been interested in craft from a young age. Her mother, her mother’s aunt, and her mother’s best friend were all Milliners. Her aunt and grandmother were always making things with their hands. Whether it was cooking, knitting, […]
From Cernunnos: Seyyah by Memed http://memed.deviantart.com/art/Seyyah-412958599
From Mawada Art: Ralphie: “Gorgeous animals to paint and in and of themselves.”
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
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: http://www.deviantart.com/art/Oberon-104587915 Exquisitely painted!
Admire more of this art here: http://www.bleaq.com/2013/kyle-thompson
My painter friend from Israel has posted these on Facebook. I’ll show one here and you can take a look at the others if you press this link!
Painting by Antonio Mancini: Mancini was born in Rome and showed precocious ability as an artist. At the age of twelve, he was admitted to the Institute of Fine Arts in Naples, where he studied under Domenico Morelli (1823–1901), a painter of historical scenes who favored dramatic chiaroscuro and vigorous brushwork, and Filippo Palizzi (1818–1899), a […]
Painting by Richard Schmid: Richard Schmid was born in Chicago, Illinois in 1934. His earliest artistic influence came from his maternal grandfather, Julian Oates, an architectural sculptor. Richard’s initial studies in landscape painting, figure drawing, and anatomy began at the age of twelve and continued into classical techniques under William H. Mosby at the American Academy […]
Painting by Ilya Repin: Ilya Repin was a talented Russian painter of the Peredvizhniki School, who was held up by the Soviet government as an artist to be imitated by the new school of Socialist Realists. At the age of 22, Repin began his art career at the Imperial Academy of Arts in St. Petersburg, the same time […]
Originally posted on theimaginationmuscle:
As with most of my ideas/projects there is rarely an enforced timeline for completion. I started this painting project in December 2011. I finished the majority of the painting this week. We use a large section from a fallen oak tree to cut the main body of the chair. …
Glad to show some Fine Art!
Ole ralphie on the job!
Here are some of my works from ten or more years ago. I’m planning to start painting in oil again. I’ll see what it gives!
I would like to show you all just one painting by my first art teacher: Mrs. Marion Henke, who lives with her husband in a tiny village, called Bolulla in the mountains not too far from Alincante. Here’s wishing you all the best, Marion! To visit her gallery, click <here!>
by Zombiehun Aren’t the colours extraordinary? Lovely workmanship. Click to visit DeviantArt!
If you would like to view and download more of these amazing pictures of works of art, go to the Deviantart.com site Beautiful example of a surreal work of art!