Looking up from the ground, a vertigo inducing view of the female form and a sea-scape as something more than a pleasing composition
I spotted this fellow on New Year’s Day, 2010. He was fishing off the pier in Capitola By The Sea, California. I took one look at his face and knew I had to paint his portrait.
Botanical figures representing the four seasons, inspired by the work of Giuseppe Arcimboldo.
International artist Maude McDonald use of light, color and shadow is a testimonial that Maude’s talent is far from being ‘bottled up’.
Matt Politano’s photographic prints represent a capivating fusion of myth and reality.
Jonathan Grauel’s visual artwork illuminates individual reactions to everyday situations and environs on a material and spiritual plane.
I begin each piece using emotive color and then a story builds as I paint layers and enhance images in the paint.
I named this painting Twitterville. It was originally a painting from an image I took in San Francisco. Everyone is in so much of a hurry, each having their own story.
These paintings are larger than life, but not larger than Herman’s life, no, not at all. I was lucky to call him friend.
Dreaming under a vivid Alberta sky, Mount Rundle at Sunlight and Three Sisters at Blue light are all great examples of Brandy Saturley’s fine work!