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NYC  Donna Dotan

NYC   Donna Dotan

Encausting Painting by Karl W. KaiserKarl W.Kaiser is a...

Encausting Painting by Karl W. Kaiser Karl W.Kaiser is a self-taught artist who was born and raised in Oregon.  He received an AA from Mt. Hood Community College and worked at the same company for twenty five years before transitioning to a full-time artist in 2011. I began to develop my artistic interests in photography, then picked up the brush for acrylic painting and have settled into Encaustic painting as my primary medium.  I am inspired by nature and often use my photography for inspiration. Encaustic is hot wax painting, using heated beeswax, resin and colored pigments. Liquid/paste is applied to a surface (usually wood) using a brush. Each layer is fused together with a torch.  Metal tools can be used to scrape or carve into the wax. The Encaustic medium brings a unique depth and texture to my subjects. My signature technique is carving into deep multi-colored layers bringing a richness and complexity to the work. You can currently see my work at Atti

Paintings by Brian Viveros Brian M.Viveros artist based in...

Paintings by  Brian Viveros Brian M.Viveros   artist based in California ,  is internationally embraced for his evocative paintings of seductive doe-eyed smoking beauties. His paintings are a drunken mix of oil, airbrush, acrylic, and ink. In his work Viveros shines a light on his own inner world and society at large and aims to captivate even the most jaded eyes.  Viveros’ work has been exhibited extensively in North America and Europe in numerous gallery shows. via  sourharvest Spice up your timeline by following us on Facebook ! posted by Margaret

Paintings by Corina St Martin

Paintings by Corina St Martin

Macabre Bone Sculptures by John Paul AzzopardiJohn Paul...

Macabre Bone Sculptures by John Paul Azzopardi John Paul Azzopardi is a philosopher residing in Malta.  He is also an amazing artist who creates outrageous sculptures out of bone.  Behind his sculptures are complex philosophical ideas, but the results are dark and beautiful.    Why wonder about Roland Barth’s alienation of objects or deconstruct Woody Allen’s Deconstructing Harry ( via ) when you can marvel at John Paul’s amazing bone sculptures? Thanks to Arts Inspires Artists . Marvel more at our Facebook Page .  Posted by Lisa .

Paintings by Liu Hong

Paintings by Liu Hong

Perfect Japanese Words That We Should All Start Using (16 pics)