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The Art of Ed Org, a British illustrator best known for his...

Illustrations by Omigrim

Illustrations by  Omigrim

crossconnectmag: Floating Worlds by Catherine Nelson...

crossconnectmag : Floating Worlds by Catherine Nelson Catherine Nelson   born in Sydney 1970 is a visual artist who uses the digital medium to paint images together into personal and imaginary landscapes. Trained as a painter in Sydney and London and with years of experience in the creation of visual effects for feature films like Moulin Rouge and Harry Potter, she now has dedicates her skills to her own art work combining the techniques from both these worlds into a new contemporary art medium. Drawing upon hundreds of nature photographs, Nelson digitally stitches together each element in a process that takes months to complete. She now combines technique and experience to create these unique and imaginative landscapes, each one becoming its own detailed microcosm. Art is the only way to run away without leaving home - run with us . posted by Margaret

Illustrations by Ceci Lam Ceci Lam is an illustrator and...

Illustrations by  Ceci Lam Ceci Lam is an illustrator and animator based in Hong Kong. She enjoys life, drawing, and craft. Ceci likes to travel around and explore new things. She draw inspiration from surrounding and turn ordinary elements into her artwork. See more of her work at Behance  and  Instagram . Discover more of these gems on our Facebook . posted by Margaret

Paintings by Karen Libecapinstagram l shop

Paintings by Karen Libecap instagram l shop

nonconcept: Homewood, Lake Tahoe by Popp Littrell...

nonconcept : Homewood, Lake Tahoe by Popp Littrell Architecture .

Three Colors - Garcia Salustiano Spanish painter Salustiano...

Three Colors - Garcia Salustiano Spanish painter Salustiano García Cruz aka Salustiano born 1965 in Seville, creates striking figurative paintings grouped into red, black, and white color-themed series.   His work is often informed by a dose of humor and irony, and the absence of a specific theme or a particular narrative is replaced by the intention to inspire lasting emotions. “My paintings are images that don´t try to say ‘something’. Instead, I want to provoke a series of sensations in the viewer. Perhaps not even that, because a sensation can be too evident and transient. I aim for something more primitive, more profound, subtle and enduring.” via Art not only for connoisseurs. Posted by Margaret posted by Margaret

Paintings by Karen Libecapinstagram l shop

Paintings by  Karen Libecap instagram l shop

“I believe a successful sculpture captivates both a child and an...

“I believe a successful sculpture captivates both a child and an adult simultaneously.” Michael Joy Sculptures My work is thought provoking and playful, often manipulating the shape of an existing object into something new. Working with shapes from previous eras, I manipulate and transform them into sculptures relevant to our generation via mold-making techniques and characteristics of word-play. My hope is that a viewer will enjoy an experience of seeing shapes with a new sense of plasticity, understanding that form is not firm. Thank you for the submission