Jessica Durrant Watercolors Art wise, I'm a huge fan of watercolor illustrations. I had the unbelievable luck of having an IZAK illustration grace the cover of the French version of my novel. So when I came across these gorgeous illustrations by Jessica Durrant via NYC Island Gal's blog, I was immediately smitten...That Eiffel tower would look amazing on my personal moodboard! Kate Fitzpatrick Anonymoussaid: Hi, just wondering, for your black outlines, do you use the same markers or do you have special ones? Wondering about bleeding or smudging when you go over the black with other, lighter colours.
angela Matteson Here's my piece entitled, 'My Complicated Valentine' for the 'Be My Valentine' Group Exhibition hosted by Rivet Gallery this month of February. We were asked to put a modern-day twist on the little Valentine squares from our elementary school days. This original painting is available for purchase at Rivet->> here resurrection fern stayed warm this very frosty cold weekend by preparing and eating delicious nutritarian meals finishing my icelandic sweater, sooo cozy finishing off some fresh covered stones for crownflora studio looking into my genetic ancestry so curious about my father's side of the family Ray Caesar - Gallery 2014 2013 2012_b 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 Single Pieces Sketches 38X48EDITION OF 6Price Ultrachrome print on paperDetail Image
cat versus human ------I think I'll do a few more longer comics. They're a bit time consuming, but I love making them.Anyway, have a great weekend. Be safe.xoxoYasmine The Hidden Seed Dress: Handmade Vintage Shoes: Anthropologie Belt: Target Earrings: Barbara Macleod I missed coming here. It has been a long time since I wrote the last post. a blog about drawing, painting, illustration, comics, concept art and other visual arts Founded in 2003 by Jon Beinart as the “beinArt Australian Surreal Art Collective” and expanded internationally in 2006 as the “beinArt International Surreal Art Collective”, the beinArt Collective has long been a web destination, publisher and sponsor of group exhibitions for artists working in the areas of strange, surreal, fantastic, psychedelic, visionary and outsider art. Aficionados of these genres have found the website, and its reserve of artist galleries, missing for a time now, while founder Jon Beinart endeavored to bring the site up to date, reduce the strain of upkeep on the multiple galleries and generally bring the site into line with the modern web, streamlined and functioning more as a lighthouse than a repository. The good news is that the beinArt Collective site is now back from the shadows; and, given its nature, has of course, brought the shadows back with it.