Death of Cleopatra Sculpture Feature
by mfaris
13-06-2017

by Michael Faris The story of Cleopatra (69-30 BCE) is certainly a dramatic one. She was the Queen of Egypt from 51 to 30 BCE, and one of the most significant people of her time. Her tragic and unusual death made her even more famous, and she is still one of the most prominent historical …
Failed Reception, a sad story of a love gone wrong, 16 x 12 inch oil on canvas board by Julia Strittmatter
by Lee Down
29-03-2017

We, artists, have many funny stories from our practice and sometimes we create unintentionally humorous paintings that we don’t always share with public. Today I would like to share one of mine (Julia Strittmatter) and maybe make somebody smile. It happened when I was taking still life painting class at art school. I had an …
Michelle Larsen Fine Art at Grand Teton Gallery
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23-11-2016

To see a painting by visual artist, Michelle Larsen, is an encounter with the extraordinary a painter performs upon a canvas. Most painters paint life scenes in two dimension using oil or acrylic paints. Even in abstract works of art using mixed media we don’t see this kind of application. Looking at an image does …
Shiira by Evie Zimmer
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08-09-2016

A new artwork by U. S. artist, Evie Zimmer, called “Shiira” is a marriage of two styles of art that have no business sharing a canvas: Abstraction and Realism. It is a feat that only an artist of Zimmer’s skill could hope to achieve. She has combined oil and water to make them behave like peanut butter and …
Dawn Of Day, 30 x 40 inch oil on canvas by Christopher Lyter
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18-08-2016

Today’s painting and art digest features a fantastic visual effect gif of Iron Man super timelapse by artist Thijme Termaat great article explains Anna Roberts Surreal Art Lifesavers by Alex Johnmeyer and a fantastic abstract by Christopher Lyter Iron Man Super timelapse by artist Thijme Termaat Great article explains Anna Roberts Surreal Art Lifesavers by …
Carnival of the Animals by AJ Mittendorf Book Cover
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14-07-2016

Carnival of the Animals is a series of fourteen short musical pieces written in 1886 by French composer, Camille Saint-Saëns for small orchestra with two pianos. Each short piece portrays a different animal or group of animals, and, as a result, the music is often performed today by major symphony orchestras for Children’s concerts, and …
Dance of Wildflowers, 36 x 48 inch oil on canvas by Erin Hanson
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13-07-2016

Northwestern wildflowers dance along the tree shadows cast by a late afternoon sun. The summer grass is long and verdant, captured in lush, velvety oil paint color. The brush strokes are thick and impressionistic, creating a mosaic of light and texture across the canvas. Dance of Wildflowers 2016 OIL ON CANVAS by erin hanson 36 …
Tree of Life by Laura Zollar
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10-07-2016

I have a clear affinity for trees in art, but sometimes, there are some that are more vibrant than I expect. Laura Zollar’s “Tree of Life” is one example. This tree glimmers with life and joy. Viewers are given to view the sky, the leaves and the roots, all depicted as charming and beautiful parts …

by MVolpicelli
16-03-2016

Masterworkartistry Michael Volpicelli The Eye of Truth Drawing made from words from every major world religion, scientific point of view, and world philosophy on what is the nature of truth and reality The “Eye of Truth” evolved from one question- “What is truth? How do people see truth?” I asked myself this question, and I …

by Lee Down
15-03-2016

About Eco art show : Through this art show I aim to awaken people’s awareness toward the environment & womens rights. Used eco-friendly menstrual cups to make an art piece to engage the audience’s curiosity, and to increase awareness that there is a better alternative than sanitary pads or tampons for women’s health and the …