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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

Emma Hack Artist To purchase art works please select your region from the list below to be directed to your nearest Gallery. Protection Birds Of A Feather Botanica Florence's Archives Beautiful Women New Release 2013 Treasured Tiles Blue and White New Release Mirrored Whispers Porcelain Whispers Utopia Birds of Prey Exotic Mandala Native Mandala Panoramic Bodies Wallpaper Mandala 2010 Wallpaper Collection 2008 Wallpaper Collection 2007 Wallpaper Collection 2005 Beautiful Ways to Die Fragile Dolls Surreal Scape Native Porcelain Evolution Landscape Cowscape Painted Ponies Ming Vase Nudes Still Life Painted Nudes Quill Womb Cabaret Yoga Petal In a world where body painting is celebrated more often with testosterone than artistic appreciation, Australian artist Emma Hack stands out. Emma Hack’s latest collections include a focus not just on the human body, but its environment. Stay up to date with Emma's latest exhibition news by subscribing:

Incredible and Unusual Artworks by Anton Semenov Top Home » Digital Artworks • Illustration • Inspiration • Inspired By » Incredible and Unusual Artworks by Anton Semenov Anton Semenov, 27 years old, living in Siberia, Russia, he has done lots of mindblowing paintings and illustration. In this post we have gathered some of his brilliant artworks, Let’s take a look at his wonderful artworks. BRAZ mechanics destroying Talisman Weiss’s secret Thistle Morning Jump Winter The one who lived in the attic Arlecchino Children of the war Black dream Apocalypse Hill Related Articles Comments DP Web design Excellent Blog. Leave a Comment Your email address will not be published. Webdesign Core Copyright © 2014. Theme by MyThemeShop.

Street Art By Phlegm UK based artist PHLEGM is born in North Wales. Phlegm is well known for his self-published comics and street art. Check out more of Phlegm’s work at PhlegmComics.com and on Flickr. Max-Ginsburg_web Nick Mann Drawings by Nick Mann (aka Doodles). Superb & Must-See Paintings Of An Aging Superhero When it comes to the world of superheroes, we only really seem that at their best, in their prime, vanquishing evil-doers left right and centre. But what happens when Captain America turns 55? Or Batman isn't as flexible as he once used to be? That's the theme Andreas Englund startling photorealistic oil paintings. The immensely gifted Swedish painter has been creating different scenarios in the life of an Ageing Superhero, which is also the name of the series. From struggling at the supermarket to getting a genuine workout fighting off hordes of ninjas, it's a fun, candid and tender look at a superhero who's body has truly seen better days. Englund actually sells originals of his work on his website, but if that's out of your price range you could always settle for a neat limited edition print instead. Below are just a few of the moments he's captured with breathtaking realism. Via Andreas Englund, Juxtapoz

Art of Face – 10 amazing portraits by Alexander Khokhlov Art of Face – 10 amazing portraits by Alexander Khokhlov After his portraits with beautiful and amazing monochrome make-up (see “Monochrome Make-Up” and “Weird Beauty“), here is a new series of stunning portraits, entitled “2D or not 2D“, created by Russian photographer Alexander Khokhlov in collaboration with the make-up artist Valeriya Kutsan, both based in Moscow. From the project “Art of Face“, this new colorful series transforms the faces of models into beautiful two dimensions paintings… In the same vein I also strongly recommend you to the amazing work of Alexa Meade (“Living Street Art” and “Living paintings“). Images © Alexander Khokhlov

Sarah Giannobile Artist Statement Some of my paintings are about the exploration of my dreams. Exploring the unknown helps me appreciate the existence of life. I like to tell stories with my paintings with symbols. The web formations in several of my paintings deal with something that has been woven or created relating to my past, and other generations before my existence. The ladders in several of my paintings are a way of attaining spirituality or a higher existence. Sarah Giannobile’s Website

Book Paintings by Ekaterina Panikanova © Ekaterina Panikanova © Ekaterina Panikanova, courtesy z2o Galleria Artist Ekaterina Panikanova creates densely layered paintings across large spreads of old books and other documents, resulting in artwork that blurs the lines between painting, installation and collage. Born in St. Petersburg in 1975 Panikanova graduated at the top of her class from the Academy of Fine Arts and was subsequently given a studio to work from for five years. She now lives and works in Rome.

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