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thecollectibles:Art by Eugene Korolev

zeroing: Photographer Hal

zeroing : Photographer Hal

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Illustrations by Robert CarterRobert (previously) has been...

Illustrations by  Robert Carter Robert ( previously ) has been working constantly as a professional illustrator for more than a decade. Combining a strong foundation in portraiture with a unique sense of visual and conceptual problem-solving he creates striking, vibrant, and textured illustrations with subjects ranging from the realistic to the surreal. He now lives and works in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.  Twitter:  @Crackedhat    Prints Let’s make # CrossConnect the most popular hashtag on Twitter! posted by turecepcja

Illustrations by Kerby Rosanesfacebook l dA l instagram l shop l...

Illustrations by Kerby Rosanes facebook l dA l instagram l shop l behance l tumblr

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Art by Ashley MackenzieHer art is a sensitive and yet precise...

Art by Ashley Mackenzie Art by Ashley Mackenzie Art by Ashley Mackenzie Art by Ashley Mackenzie Art by Ashley Mackenzie Art by Ashley Mackenzie Art by Ashley Mackenzie Art by  Ashley Mackenzie Her art is a sensitive and yet precise approach to complexity and simplicity in order to bring us the message she wants to transmit. Nothing is obvious but the colors, lines, gradients and the symbols used seem to be a generous, delicate and sincere invitation into her mind. Previous article about her creation ( 2014 )  Check our Twitter and Facebook for more original Art Selected by Very Private Art

nonconcept: “Frozen in a Bubble” by Angela Kelly.

nonconcept : “Frozen in a Bubble” by Angela Kelly .

Landscape Paintings by Renato Muccillo Renato Muccillo is a...

Landscape Paintings by  Renato Muccillo Renato Muccillo is a Professional Artist and Senior Signature Member of the Federation of Canadian Artists.   Renato landscapes are often compared to those of Dutch masters and 19th-century English artists. This traditional approach acts to highlight and compliment the artist’s subject matter as Muccillo’s subject matter reminds us how frequently today’s landscape is affected and appropriated by man and industry. Mesmerized at first by the luxurious colors and near miraculous use of light, on closer inspection, the viewer notices the culvert, the pilings, the log booms, or the distant plume of smoke stacks. Even the farms that serve as subject matter for his paintings leave the viewer wondering if they are viable or abandoned as there is no sign of human life only the marks left behind by man and machine. Like what you see? Follow Cross Connect for the gorgeous art! posted by turecepcja   via