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Corpus Callosum Self-taught artist, illustrator and designer Gavin Worth first became interested in wire sculpting after seeing an exhibit on Alexander Calder at the SFMoMA . Since then, he's created his own set of amazing pieces that are both beautiful and moving. "By bending black wire into something of freestanding line drawings, I create sculptures that engage the viewer by involving them in their subtle changes," Worth says. "When the light in the room shifts, so does the mood of the piece. A breeze might softly move an arm.
This is the portfolio of an interesting artist: Isaiah Stephens , also known as “ isaiahs ” on deviantart. Isaiah Stephens is a traditional artist from United States; his drawings are really natural and beautiful showing that tradicional art is very amazing too. Blending handmade drawing with realistic style, he presents us with fascinating women. Delight yourself.
Technology brings more and more talented artists to the surface, who create astonishing digitally manipulated images on every possible theme, illustrating everything that you could possibly imagine. But, we still have the “classics”, for whom the pencil and paper are the genuine and compulsory materials in creating works of art. And this is what we are going to present to you today.
Cayce Zavaglia creates these impossibly layered embroidered portraits using methods more akin to delicate brush strokes with perfectly mixed paint than your mother’s cross-stitch. Via her website: Initially, working with an established range of wool colors proved frustrating.
About Terry Terry Strickland holds a BFA in graphic design from the University of Central Florida. Strickland worked at various times as an illustrator, silk screen artist, courtroom sketch artist, and teacher, before she became a full-time painter. She paints myths for modern-day situations, inspired by superheroes and fairy tales. Strickland regards Little Red Riding Hood and Rapunzel represent ‘survivors of perils and predators in life’.