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Yenny Cocq, bronze sculpture

Yenny Cocq, bronze sculpture

“Working in figurative sculpture, I am challenged by one of nature’s most complex and beautiful forms — the human body. I have refined the human figure to basic and almost geometric forms. I love to use the human form to portray an emotional idea or story. Giving life to my subjects by capturing their innermost...
Tiffosi Denim Winter 14/15, photography by Andre Brito

Tiffosi Denim Winter 14/15, photography by Andre Brito

Tiffosi Denim Winter 2014/15 Styling Man: Francesco D’ambrósio Styling Woman: Sara Soares @ C’est fantastique styling Make-up: Tinoca Make Up with MAC Hair: Juliana Lamares with Joico Andre Brito: website / behance
Danmala, flower mandalas by Kathy Klein

Danmala, flower mandalas by Kathy Klein

In vedic sanskrit dān: the giver, mālā: garland of flowers the giving of flower circles Kathy Klein is a devout lover of plants, animals, people and the divine presence within all. She creates the danmalas by first centering herself in a meditative devotional space. Next she gathers flowers and natural objects while her mind is...
Interior Landscape by Carol Inez Charney

Interior Landscape by Carol Inez Charney

In Interior Landscape, I use natural distortions present in our everyday world—namely, moisture on glass—to evoke a painterly image that recontextualizes our everyday architectural landscape. While focusing on the minute details created from the juxtaposition of the water in the foreground and the architectural landscape in the background, we enter into a space of quiet...
Macro snowflake photos by Josh Shackleford

Macro snowflake photos by Josh Shackleford

Super macro shots of snowflakes using a Sony A77 and a reverse mounted lens on a full set of extension tubes. These were all done handheld (no tripod). Josh Shackleford: behance / flickr
Vito Loli, paintings

Vito Loli, paintings

Grandnephew of the well-known French painter, Paul Gauguin Vito Loli is a self-made artist who knows how to effectively combine various techniques and materials to depict his passion for nature and women figures. Besides, he is committed to fighting for environmental sustainability, particularly in his country, Peru, which has the largest biodiversity in the world...
Miraculous and very creative objects by Haydi Cameron

Miraculous and very creative objects by Haydi Cameron

The artist Haydi Cameron was born in Paramaribo, Surinam. Her roots, her love for nature and her interest in other cultures have made her travel a lot over the past years. In her work she combines these different elements. Her creative look at the world enables her to give life to varied materials. Each object...
The Inner Light, photography by Francisco Provedo

The Inner Light, photography by Francisco Provedo

Part 1 of a technical and spiritual experimentation, nature, human and photography Francisco Provedo: behance / facebook
Paintings by Jean-Claude Dresse

Paintings by Jean-Claude Dresse

Belgian artist Jean Claude Dresse was born in Charleroi on 8th September 1946 into a family of artists. His grandfather was an amateur artist, sculptor and painter father and cousin – first violin at the Conservatory. Jean Claude Dresse studied at the Accademia de Charleroi. In 1985, he held his first solo exhibition in Brussels....
Stunning female portraits by Oleg Babkin

Stunning female portraits by Oleg Babkin

Олег Бабкин is a professional Russian photographer, born in Nizhny Tagil, Russia. The talented photo artist Oleg Babkin makes his beautiful models come to life in the frame, turning every story into history. His incredible portrait gallery is a hymn of female pure beauty. Most photographs are untitled, so quotes about beautiful women would be...
Jeffrey G. Batchelor, paintings

Jeffrey G. Batchelor, paintings

“After years of working as a theatrical scenic painter, I had a broad command of many different styles, but when I decided to embark upon my fine art painting career, it was realism that proved to be my strong suit. Although time-consuming and labor-intensive, it was always in realism that I found my voice, and...

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