Paintings
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...
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....
Gary-Nikolai Angelov, paintings

Gary-Nikolai Angelov, paintings

Gary-Nikolai Angelov was born in 1978 in Bulgaria and currently living and working in the city of Burgas. Gary-Nikolai Angelov: website / facebook
Loui Jover, paintings

Loui Jover, paintings

“Right now I like making ink drawings on adhered together sheets of vintage book paper, there is a fragility to these images that I find interesting (as if the wind may blow them away at any moment) and the hand drawn stark black lines against the intricate printed words of the book pages offer a...
Majestic and everlasting natural beauty, paintings by Ramona Pintea

Majestic and everlasting natural beauty, paintings by Ramona Pintea

In this modern, stubbornly busy world, we seem to be forever on the go, relentlessly dealing with the numerous and diverse demands placed on us by our busy lifestyles. My art aims to connect us to a different dimension, charming and fulfilling, but equally real and available. I warmly invite you to explore and celebrate...
Views From A Plane’s Window, paintings by Jim Darling

Views From A Plane’s Window, paintings by Jim Darling

Painter Jim Darling has painted a series of landscapes observed from a Boeing 757′s window. At night and day, the windows gather amazing views on green fields, city lights, rooftops, the sea or an airplane’s wing flying in the air. Jim Darling: website Via: fubiz.net
Postcards for Ants: A 365-day miniature painting by Lorraine Loots

Postcards for Ants: A 365-day miniature painting by Lorraine Loots

“365 Postcards for Ants is the second phase of a project started on 1 January 2013, which involved me creating a miniature painting every single day for the entire year. In celebration of our city’s designation as World Design Capital 2014, I’ve decided to do it all over again, and this time all the paintings...
Iuliana Ruxandra Iacobescu, painting

Iuliana Ruxandra Iacobescu, painting

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Richard Burlet, painting

Richard Burlet, painting

Without loosing the perception of the reality, Richard Burlet discovers the paradise, where dreams are colorful and bright, where the imagination is endless, where the sensation and emotion are exposed to us, as a gift from a unique master. Richard Burlet: website Via: artodyssey1.blogspot.com
Amazing photo realistic portrait paintings of Hollywood celebrities by Sebastian Kruger

Amazing photo realistic portrait paintings of Hollywood celebrities by Sebastian Kruger

Hamelin, Germany based artist Sebastian Krüger was born in June 30, 1963. He studied painting with Prof. Dörfler at the Braunschweig University of Fine Arts, after that he has created a stunning reputation as a designer in number of cover spreads for the press in Germany and abroad and as an illustrator and creative designer...
Neil Simone, surreal paintings blur the line between fact and fantasy

Neil Simone, surreal paintings blur the line between fact and fantasy

London-born artist Neil Simone creates intriguing paintings that are filled with layer upon layer of strange realities. With a surreal approach, the artist paints fragmented scenes inside of scenes to blur the distinction between fact and fantasy. Viewers will find themselves exploring the paintings in an attempt to understand the various elements that come together...
Sand paintings by Joe Mangrum

Sand paintings by Joe Mangrum

Joe Mangrum’s sand paintings are spontaneous creations in the streets and act as vibrant catalyst in social interactions. First picking up colored sand as a medium in 2006, Joe utilizes the medium as a 4 dimensional painting, moving through time and transporting the public sphere into a live stage. Joe Mangrum: website / facebook Via:...

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