Paintings
Magical Realism – surrealistic paintings by Rob Gonsalves

Magical Realism – surrealistic paintings by Rob Gonsalves

Artist Rob Gonsalves was born in Toronto, Canada in 1959. During his childhood, he developed an interest in drawing from imagination using various media. By age twelve, his awareness of architecture grew as he learned perspective techniques and began to do his first paintings and renderings of imagined buildings. After an introduction to Artists Dali...
Karen Davis, paintings

Karen Davis, paintings

“My work is inspired by the beauty of nature, music, spirit, stories, folklore, fairy tale, surrealism, the energy and magic that surrounds us and the interconnection of all living things. I grew up and still live in the Wiltshire countryside, surrounded by chalk white horses on hills, standing stones, the song of blackbird, call of...
Rachel Clearfield, paintings

Rachel Clearfield, paintings

Born in England on July 27, 1946, Rachel Clearfield was a self-taught child prodigy. As a young girl, she composed poetry and illustrated her poems with beautiful paintings. After completing high school she decided on a career in art and was educated at the Newcastle College of Art and also the Manchester College of Art....
Paintings by Amanda Clark

Paintings by Amanda Clark

“I’m a self taught artist and creator of artful things. As a little girl, I loved everything creative. I used to paint and make things for hours! So into the inner visions to be interested in watching TV. The magic of imagination! The inspiring visions have always been with me. We are all capable of...
Georgia O'Keeffe, paintings

Georgia O’Keeffe, paintings

For several decades Georgia O’Keeffe (1887-1986) was a major figure in American art who, remarkably, maintained her independence from shifting artistic trends. She painted prolifically, and almost exclusively, the flowers, animal bones, and landscapes around her studios in Lake George, New York, and New Mexico, and these subjects became her signature images. She remained true...
Big Eyes, paintings by Margaret Keane

Big Eyes, paintings by Margaret Keane

Born in 1927 in Nashville, Tennessee, Margaret has always loved to paint and draw since an early age. She first made her paintings famous in San Francisco’s North Beach in the 1950s. Margaret’s work drew little accolades from art critics but was loved and admired by the world. Andy Warhol said, “I think what Keane...
Women (Private Conversations), paintings by Barbara Monacelli

Women (Private Conversations), paintings by Barbara Monacelli

Women – Private conversations: the secret, dialogue with eyes closed Fashion designer, illustrator, painter. She lives in Italy. Graduated at the Academy of Costume and Fashion in Rome and, then, in Art History at the Perugia’s University, she took part with her creations to many different fashion shows, among which the one on the occasion...
Sophie Bérot-Leroy, paintings

Sophie Bérot-Leroy, paintings

Sophie Bérot-Leroy: facebook / gallery
Ferdinand Pire, paintings

Ferdinand Pire, paintings

Ferdinand Pire: website / facebook
Paintings by Chelin Sanjuan

Paintings by Chelin Sanjuan

Chelin’s paintings featured in surrealist and hyper-realistic style, mixing with modern fantasy, old elements with an optimistic and fresh narrative, full of messages, that give to her paintings a characteristic touch. Chelin Sanjuan: deviantArt / facebook Via: cuded.com
Sunita Khedekar, paintings

Sunita Khedekar, paintings

“I am a Surrey, UK based artist. I paint on wide range of subjects including contemporary landscapes & abstract art. My favourite medium is acrylic on canvas. My paintings feature cheerful colours and unique texture quality. I love to paint, and am inspired by the whole concept of creativity; the idea that a blank canvas...
Pavel Antipov, paintings

Pavel Antipov, paintings

Pavel Antipov was born near Moscow (Hot’kovo) in 1979. He entered the Russian Academy of Arts in Saint-Petersburg at the faculty of painting in 2000. ​It is painting which is the most comfortable way for him to speak with viewers and himself. By his artworks he tries to ask rather than telling about significant things...

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