Enjoy this showcase featuring the work of twenty-eight artists who share their inspiration and passion for creating art. Each name is a link to the artist’s own website.
South Australia’s clear, bright skies bring out the best of our nature’s colours. It is this beauty of colour I like to enhance and play with in my pieces in an impressionistic abstract style.
I am a digital photographer focused primarily on the south coastal United States. I use a specific and limited post processing format to best express the mood of the composition while developing my own style of technical creativity.
The goal of my art is to explore and render the beauty of the natural history found within a two-hour car drive from where I reside. There are many amazing scenes to turn into art.
Together we paint, at the same time, on the same canvas. Oil painters and art product inventors, we are unreasonably enthusiastic art encouragers. We make art related media content and enjoy sharing our process.
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I am a Belgian self-taught painter who lives in the Syracuse historic neighborhood in Sicily. My subject is the natural world—clouds, sea and landscapes painted in oil on linen with an impressionist style.
Although I have always painted in oils and watercolor, I love alcohol inks because of their vivid color and luminosity. I used a brush only on the hummingbird and flower centers; everything else was painted using canned air.
My love of colour and my fascination with the effects of light lead me to the re-creation of minute details observed, stirring emotion and passion to inspire and share nature’s beauty captured forever on my canvas.
I like to invite the viewer to wonder. Figurative art, such as “Making Time,” can sometimes capture an attitude with body posture rather than facial expression. I thrive on exploring painting styles and subject matter.
I’m profoundly influenced by the chaotic order and the complexity in nature. I’m using my woodworking tools for “drawing” on wood, often integrating the wood splinters. By adding paint, an unexpected botanical illusion unfolds.
“Oddball” seemed the appropriate title for this small, eccentric painting. It’s not unusual for me to start a painting and let the material define the image. Texture and color guided me on this quirky journey.
Scratchboard—a medium that expresses my view of animals, people and dramatic scenery. My inspiration is storytelling through paintings, the creature’s plight, the changing geographic land, emotion and passion.
My worldwide travels and living experiences have exposed me to fascinating cultural practices. I abstract and adapt what I witness to create one-of-a-kind 2-D and 3-D fiber art.
I have a mind that never stops and an intense curiosity. I transform ordinary glass into original and striking abstracts often tied to nature. They tell a story and are an expression of who I am.
My herbal rock garden in Canada is an old friend whose portrait I never tire of painting. The combination of colors and textures is always changing and fresh.
My work is affected by my own life story. My paintings are original multi-layered acrylic on canvas, combining the practical world of industrial architecture and recycled building materials with symbols and concepts from the spiritual world.
Photography has always been in my life. I love trying to capture an object in a way that is unique to me. I try to create images that people will treasure forever.
Some days I walk around with my head looking up into the trees. Found this beautiful eagle on one of those days.
My work explores the place of “not knowing”. The process is an intuitive dialogue between the random and the deliberate that allows a relationship to develop between intent and accident.
My artwork is a unique recipe of feminine mysticism, highlighting emotions, nature and spiritual peace! I speak to the adult and child alike, awakening the imagination and inspiring a care free love for life!
Cities are complexes of people, overlapping shapes, light in unexpected places and motion. We glimpse people in their daily pursuits. My work is a compilation of centuries of heirloom oil painting technique.
As an experimental artist, I often make collages using printouts of my own paintings to create new paintings. My focus is less about reality and more about strong design, color and composition.
As examples of classical beauty, the orchid will always be a favorite with ladies. I feature them in my latest paintings in contemporary decor settings. The Ghost Orchid is next after this opening trio.
As a northern California painter, I’m committed to revealing the positive energy in all things, including the living soul of trees. So much so, that I’ve recently begun offering portraits of iconic trees.
My work is inspired by my upbringing in the military. Moving often provided me opportunity to hone my creative skills using cardboard boxes. I aim to encourage recycling by using sustainable paint on recycled cardboard.
Gaia sentience animates the planet and makes life on Earth possible. Accept Mother Earth’s invitation to open your heart and change the world by honoring all moments with respect, partnership and peace.
I paint northern California landscapes, still life and figurative subjects in watercolor. My most recent focus has been on pet portrait commissions.
The bright yellow color of the willow trees in fall glory reflecting on the still, sky-blue water that makes up Willow Lake caught my eye in an afternoon walk.
While my paintings are inspired by the world around me, my main concern is creating strong painting compositions—even in my commissioned pet portraits where I emphasize the unique personality of each animal.
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