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Painting by Kazuki Takamatsu (Japanese, b. 1978)Facebook &...

Surreal Paintings by Amy GuidryAmy Guidry (born in 1976...

Surreal Paintings by Amy Guidry Amy Guidry  (born in 1976 Jacksonville, N.C.) is an American artist in Lafayette, Louisiana. She attended the Loyola University of New Orleans where she received her Bachelor’s degree in Visual Arts in 1998. She was the recipient of the Loyola University Art Scholarship, which is awarded to only one student per graduating class. Follow her on Instagram . Keep in touch! Like Cross Connect on Facebook ! posted by Margaret

Surreal Paintings by Amy GuidryAmy Guidry (born in 1976... crss

Surreal Paintings by Amy Guidry Amy Guidry  (born in 1976 Jacksonville, N.C.) is an American artist in Lafayette, Louisiana. She attended the Loyola University of New Orleans where she received her Bachelor’s degree in Visual Arts in 1998. She was the recipient of the Loyola University Art Scholarship, which is awarded to only one student per graduating class. Follow her on Instagram . Keep in touch! Like Cross Connect on Facebook ! posted by Margaret crss

thefugitivesaint:Boris Dolgov, “Weird Tales”, Vol. 39, #5,...

thefugitivesaint : Boris Dolgov, “Weird Tales”, Vol. 39, #5, 1946 Source

Finger Painting by Paolo Troilo Stand in front of one of...

Finger Painting by Paolo Troilo Stand in front of one of Italian artist Paolo Troilo’s  ( born in 1972) paintings, and you’ll marvel over what appears an impossible process. With an effect that looks akin to charcoal or pastel, Troilo’s technique of splattering and spreading paint on a canvas with only his fingers is, in a sense, a natural extension of self.  Tired of searching all over for art?  Look no further than our Facebook page. posted by tu recepcja

Finger Painting by Paolo Troilo Stand in front of one of... crss

Finger Painting by Paolo Troilo Stand in front of one of Italian artist Paolo Troilo’s  ( born in 1972) paintings, and you’ll marvel over what appears an impossible process. With an effect that looks akin to charcoal or pastel, Troilo’s technique of splattering and spreading paint on a canvas with only his fingers is, in a sense, a natural extension of self.  Tired of searching all over for art?  Look no further than our Facebook page. posted by tu recepcja crss