Nature is an endless source of inspiration for any artist, and in any form of art. Belarusian artist Anastasia Kovaleva uses found organic material to create her imaginative and intricate collages. From dreamy landscapes, to cards and decorative objects, Anastasia makes use of everything she finds in nature, like fish scales, egg shells, split branches, feather,...
Today I am so siked and extremely proud to present the amazing art of one my fellow citizens, Marinela Boicu. Born in 1960, in Iasi – Romania, Marinela graduated the High School of Arts “Octav Bancila” Iasi class of painting, graphic arts, and
Bristol based freelance illustrator and artist Sarah Dennis started experimenting with art and drawing from a very young age. Inspired by her grandfather’s collection of old books, but also by Japanese art, Sarah combined these two into a beautiful mix of
Photographer Alexander Khokhlov, and make-up artist Valeriya Kutsan have joined forces and created an astonishing artistic project called "Weird Project". The series consists in 15 portraits of models that have their faces painted with unique patterns, done in
Unable to hold a paintbrush after living nearly 15 years with Multiple Sclerosis, Austin based painter Shana Stern uses her fingers, both on top of the canvas for pieces like “Being Alone Together” which she did entirely with her thumbs… and also
Inspired by nature and the environment, David Munroe reinterprets and reinvents the physical world in a colorful, vibrant way, mixing different textures and techniques, and creating beautiful organic paintings. His organic materials are subjected to heat and cold,
Self-taught artist Tiffany Bozic has spent most of her life in the middle of the nature, studying and observing wildlife in its beauty and struggle. Her paintings are created on maple panels of wood, using a complex technique the artist developed throughout the
Inspired by everyday finds, Dutch artist Anne Ten Donkelaar reinvents small, common objects, giving them a new life and meaning, telling a story about their past existence, and creating a newer and better one, altogether. At the base of her art, we find damaged
Dutch artist Suzan Drummen creates these painstaking floor installations, using mirrors, crystals, precious stones, and chromed metal. These fractal like artworks look clean and uncluttered from afar, but at a closer look, their intricate details are unveiled.