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Dreaming14"x18”, acrylic on birch panel, 2013Private collection The Catch12"x9”, acrylic on birch panel, 2013 Private collection Roaming Woods20"x34", acrylic on birch panel, 2013 Private collection The Call9”x12", acrylic on birch panel, 2014Private collection Mist9"x12”, acrylic on birch panel, 2014Private collection Related:  Illustration, Paint & Sketch

Small Favors Catalog Here are the pieces I'm showing at the Giant Robot NY Small Favors show, up from March 27th to April 14th, 2010. Each piece is $150. For purchase inquiries please contact Giant Robot NY: (212) 674-4769 | grny.net "Island Tree" - watercolor and gouache on paper, mounted on board - 5" x 5" (tabletop background saturation bumped back in Photoshop) "River Tree" - watercolor and gouache on paper, mounted on board - 5" x 5" (tabletop background saturation bumped back in Photoshop) "Mountain Tree" - watercolor and gouache on paper, mounted on board - 5" x 5" (tabletop background saturation bumped back in Photoshop) "Volcano Tree" - watercolor and gouache on paper, mounted on board - 5" x 5" (tabletop background saturation bumped back in Photoshop) "Blue Launch" - watercolor and gouache on paper, mounted on board - 5" x 5" (tabletop background saturation bumped back in Photoshop) Artwork © Lawrence Yang 2010 my blog | my site | purchase inquiries

Spectacular Moleskine Doodles Explode with Energy Philippines-based illustrator Kerby Rosanes proves that doodling can be so much more than scratching unintelligible scribbles on paper. Through his Sketchy Stories blog, Rosanes shares his wonderful world of doodling in a simple Moleskine sketchbook. Equipped with an ordinary Moleskine, a few Uni Pin drawing pens, and his innate gift for drawing, the artist is able to transport viewers to a world where tiny, cartoonish creatures explode with gusto to make up larger entities. Each of the illustrator's complex and crowded sketches are filled with minute details that allow the eye to wander and discover new characters and designs at every turn. The portraits are immediately mesmerizing, but even more spectacular when looked upon closely. Rosanes says that he's on a bit of an illustration high from merging animals with his "crazy doodle monsters" but admits, "I’m liking the results of every fusion." Kerby Rosanes websiteKerby Rosanes on deviantART via [Gaks]

Artodyssey The 2012 Sketchbook Project Goes on Tour Sirpa Varis A. H. Greenwood Ana Mouyis Heather Sinclair Linyu Yen Pamela Wilburn Seth Fitts Our friends over at the Art House Co-op are now officially on tour with the 2012 Sketchbook Project. Not content to rest on the massive success of the Sketchbook Project, Art House Co-op have also begun an ongoing series of collaborative art projects called the 10×10 Series where participants submit photography, short films, letters, and other forms of art or expression based on certain criteria or themes. Ralph Steadman -|- A R T Carp Crazy Carp originated in China and Eastern Siberia and are now jumping in the rivers of Illinois. How they got there is open to speculation. Most things seem to originate in China - so you would think that they are a far more successful nation than the United States. However, I think that America celebrates success more personally and I presume that the Chinese do not reward their citizens quite so generously. Carp, however, always appear to me to be a far too exotic fish to simply eat. Perhaps we should not be eating 'pretty Carp' at all! Ralph Steadman Edition of 50 A Color Laboratory print on 250-lb. matte paper, 13 1/2 X 20 1/4 inches. Signed and numbered in pencil by the artist. 2009. Price: $250.00 A FOWL Scene Not a lot of people know this but my site designer Bob Sharp is weird about chickens. Edition of 100 A Color Laboratory print on 250-lb. matte paper, 23 X 33 inches. Signed and numbered in Lamy pen and black ink by the artist. 2009. Price: $375.00 Rats in the Kitchen Edition of 20

Deconstructed Watercolor Portraits by Henrietta Harris Do not adjust your web browser, these distorted watercolor and gouache portraits were painted just as they appear by New Zealand-based illustrator Henrietta Harris who says her style “can only be achieved by having occasionally dipped one’s paintbrush accidentally in one’s coffee.” A pretty apt description for these dreamy portraits that seem to convey the precise moment when one becomes lost in thought or memory, an ethereal wind of distortion whirling temporarily through the subjects’ mind. Harris graduated in 2006 from the Auckland University of Technology and his since done work for Amnesty International, Vice Magazine, and BITE. She has a number of prints and several of the original paintings you see above available for sale through her website. (via flavorwire, ignant)

Shintaro Ohata Japanese Artist Shintaro Ohata has a unique approach in blending his mediums… Physical sculptures painted with painted canvas backgrounds. His everyday theme pieces give of a 3D/2D look when viewed as an installation piece. Take a further look, Top 100 of 2011? www.yukariart-contemporary.com/en/shintaro_ohata Posted in: Drawings, Featured, Illustration, Illustration & Art, Installation, Mixed Media, Painting, SculptureTags: art blog, artist, empty kingdom, gallery, installation, japan, Painting, Sculpture, Shintaro Ohata, website

Unraveling Animals by Jaume Montserrat I tend to have weird dreams too when sleeping on a plane, but nothing comes close to those of Jaume Montserrat. While on a flight home the Barcelona based illustrator dreamt he was on a Noah’s Ark-like island and “there was only one animal from each specimen. All of them were empty, asexual and immortal. They didn’t need to hunt, nor were they scared of being hunted – so there was a perfect symbiosis.” And thus came the inspiration for his series “Emptyland,” a surreal representation of unraveling animals often depicted as being intertwined with each other. At first glance the drawings are a little creepy, but upon closer observation there’s actually something very peaceful about them.

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