Paintings
How to disappear, acrylic paintings by Moki Mioke

How to disappear, acrylic paintings by Moki Mioke

Berlin, Germany-based artist Moki finds inspiration in Japanese artist Hayao Miyazaki’s work (Spirited Away) as well as in nature. Her acrylic paintings are filled with images of northern landscapes or as she describes more specifically as “isolated Scandinavian and Icelandic terrain, a subarctic frozen lake continent, untouched caves and moss meadows, and mountains sculpted into...
Tiny landscapes painted on food by Hasan Kale

Tiny landscapes painted on food by Hasan Kale

Kale’s artistic canvases include, but are not limited to, peanut husks, split almonds, banana chips, and beans – as long as it’s tiny, he’ll paint on it. He paints on inorganic objects as well, but the food canvases are more impressive because of their impermanent nature. Hasan Kale: facebook Via: boredpanda.com
Wang Yu, painting on tree trunks

Wang Yu, painting on tree trunks

23-year-old student Wang Yu lives and works in the Chinese district of Shijiazhuang. As canvas for her paintings she uses trees. For each artwork this young artist spens for about two hours, but aesthetic pleasure for passers is much longer. Via: quickbulletin.com
Watercolor super heroes by Clémentine French Illustrator

Watercolor super heroes by Clémentine French Illustrator

Clémentine is a French Illustrator/Designer living in Sydney, Australia. Clémentine’s work artfully captures superheroes in just a few colors. Splatters, drips, and the bleed of colors into each other gives a fantastic sense of motion to the icons she’s chosen as subjects. “As an illustrator, with an extensive experience and a wide range of styles...
Svenja Jödicke, paintings

Svenja Jödicke, paintings

Svenja was born in Berlin, Germany and grew up in a creative, big family. She and her five siblings have been enjoying art ever since they can remember and what started as a hobby became Svenja’s profession in early 2012. Art means much more to her than in the times when she just grabbed some...
Corinne Reignier, paintings

Corinne Reignier, paintings

Corinne Reignier was born in 1963 in Franche-Comté, she lives in Nantes since about fifteen years. Skilfully, she elaborates her ‘Beautiful’, the passion appears under the affectionate glance. At the same moment unsuspicious and the baroque, they pose rulers, delicately hemmed in the blazing case of their rich suits. Wrapped up, headed, We imagine them...
Victoria Stoyanova, paintings

Victoria Stoyanova, paintings

Born on 23td of May 1968 in the city of Sofia, Victoria Stoyanova is a selfeducated artist who before starting her artistic carеer in 1997 works very successfully as a fashion designer. Victoria Stoyanova Gallery: facebook
Paintings by Tanya Shatseva

Paintings by Tanya Shatseva

Tanya Shatseva: deviantArt / tumblr / facebook
Shifts in colors and patterns by Stacy Ester

Shifts in colors and patterns by Stacy Ester

Exploration of the relationship between shifting colors and shapes and how they work together to create 3 dimensional spaces. 2013-2014 Stacy Ester is a visual artist based in Austin, TX. Work includes acrylic and oil painting, photography, photo editing, mixed media and glass etching. The most significant source of inspiration in my work is my...
Paintings by Valeria Marta Fonisto

Paintings by Valeria Marta Fonisto

Valeria Marta Fonisto: deviantArt / tumblr / facebook
The girlfriends series, playful oil paintings of women by Jeff Lyons

The girlfriends series, playful oil paintings of women by Jeff Lyons

Jeff Lyons currently resides in Calgary, Canada. He started cartooning comic strips for fun when he was a child (1974), eventually creating cartoons for his high school yearbook and a local town newspaper in Okotoks, Canada. In 1987 Jeff became interested in art and started painting. He experimented with oil, acrylic, pastel, pencil and ink...
Tiziano Baravelli (Tizzio), paintings

Tiziano Baravelli (Tizzio), paintings

Tiziano Baravelli (Tizzio): facebook

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