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Vincent  van Gogh - From ‘Almond Blossoms’ Series (1888-1890)

Vincent  van Gogh - From ‘Almond Blossoms’ Series (1888-1890)
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ncwinters:

So much for willpower. My goal was to do this entire drawing in pen only, but I caved and started adding ink washes. On the plus side, it’s nice to now know what I can accomplish in 24 hours when the groove hits.
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lacquerlustre:

artmonia:

Watercolor by Katarzyna Jaśkiewicz

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lacquerlustre:

artmonia:

Watercolor by Katarzyna Jaśkiewicz

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lacquerlustre:

artmonia:

Watercolor by Katarzyna Jaśkiewicz

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lacquerlustre:

artmonia:

Watercolor by Katarzyna Jaśkiewicz

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lacquerlustre:

artmonia:

Watercolor by Katarzyna Jaśkiewicz

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lacquerlustre:

artmonia:

Watercolor by Katarzyna Jaśkiewicz

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lacquerlustre:

artmonia:

Watercolor by Katarzyna Jaśkiewicz

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strawberrypantsu:

もから
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gabrielajude:

Hope Gangloff
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expecttheunexpectedtoday:

expecttheunexpectedtoday

"There Is No Me" / Self Portrait
Australian Pyrography artist Scott Marr

Marr uses natural pigments, bark, flowers, sap, leaves, berries etc, collected from the bush and farmlands of Australia to create his drawings
expecttheunexpectedtoday:

expecttheunexpectedtoday

"There Is No Me" / Self Portrait
Australian Pyrography artist Scott Marr

Marr uses natural pigments, bark, flowers, sap, leaves, berries etc, collected from the bush and farmlands of Australia to create his drawings
expecttheunexpectedtoday:

expecttheunexpectedtoday

"There Is No Me" / Self Portrait
Australian Pyrography artist Scott Marr

Marr uses natural pigments, bark, flowers, sap, leaves, berries etc, collected from the bush and farmlands of Australia to create his drawings
expecttheunexpectedtoday:

expecttheunexpectedtoday

"There Is No Me" / Self Portrait
Australian Pyrography artist Scott Marr

Marr uses natural pigments, bark, flowers, sap, leaves, berries etc, collected from the bush and farmlands of Australia to create his drawings
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supersonicart:


Ryan Salge.
Illustrations and paintings by Ryan Salge:
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supersonicart:


Ryan Salge.
Illustrations and paintings by Ryan Salge:
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paintvrlife:

Michele Bajona : ” I like to play with water and to measure myself with the magic of nature, the figurative approach of my art has within it a level of abstraction that allows me to transmit emotions at a deeper level. My aim is to be able to explore more and more on different textures and with different techniques in order to capture the essence of light and movement. Art has the power to show different worlds generated from a blank canvas, I want to share this process through my work”
paintvrlife:

Michele Bajona : ” I like to play with water and to measure myself with the magic of nature, the figurative approach of my art has within it a level of abstraction that allows me to transmit emotions at a deeper level. My aim is to be able to explore more and more on different textures and with different techniques in order to capture the essence of light and movement. Art has the power to show different worlds generated from a blank canvas, I want to share this process through my work”
paintvrlife:

Michele Bajona : ” I like to play with water and to measure myself with the magic of nature, the figurative approach of my art has within it a level of abstraction that allows me to transmit emotions at a deeper level. My aim is to be able to explore more and more on different textures and with different techniques in order to capture the essence of light and movement. Art has the power to show different worlds generated from a blank canvas, I want to share this process through my work”
paintvrlife:

Michele Bajona : ” I like to play with water and to measure myself with the magic of nature, the figurative approach of my art has within it a level of abstraction that allows me to transmit emotions at a deeper level. My aim is to be able to explore more and more on different textures and with different techniques in order to capture the essence of light and movement. Art has the power to show different worlds generated from a blank canvas, I want to share this process through my work”
paintvrlife:

Michele Bajona : ” I like to play with water and to measure myself with the magic of nature, the figurative approach of my art has within it a level of abstraction that allows me to transmit emotions at a deeper level. My aim is to be able to explore more and more on different textures and with different techniques in order to capture the essence of light and movement. Art has the power to show different worlds generated from a blank canvas, I want to share this process through my work”
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artchipel:

Tiina Heiska (b.1959, Finland) 
Helsinki-based artist Tiina Heiska’s work revolves around the concept of identity focusing on perception, transformation and desire. She’s dealing with the meaning of identity through questions into the realm of sexuality, age and gender, as well as the process of an origin of a painting. A constant dialogue between photography and painting has always prevailed through Tiina Heiska’s production. As her painting technique she uses oil on canvas. The artist herself feels enthralled by the phenomena of the fast movement caught in the photo changing when rendered through the slow and lasting medium of painting. 
In addition to her numerous solo and group exhibitions in Finland, Tiina Heiska has had several solo exhibitions all over Europe. Her work is represented in the public collections of Helsinki City Art Museum, Amos Andersson Art Museum, Finnish State Art Collection and Sara Hildén Art Museum among others. In 2008 she was shortlisted for the prestigious Sovereign Art Prize.
[more Tiina Heiska | artist found at fer1972]
artchipel:

Tiina Heiska (b.1959, Finland) 
Helsinki-based artist Tiina Heiska’s work revolves around the concept of identity focusing on perception, transformation and desire. She’s dealing with the meaning of identity through questions into the realm of sexuality, age and gender, as well as the process of an origin of a painting. A constant dialogue between photography and painting has always prevailed through Tiina Heiska’s production. As her painting technique she uses oil on canvas. The artist herself feels enthralled by the phenomena of the fast movement caught in the photo changing when rendered through the slow and lasting medium of painting. 
In addition to her numerous solo and group exhibitions in Finland, Tiina Heiska has had several solo exhibitions all over Europe. Her work is represented in the public collections of Helsinki City Art Museum, Amos Andersson Art Museum, Finnish State Art Collection and Sara Hildén Art Museum among others. In 2008 she was shortlisted for the prestigious Sovereign Art Prize.
[more Tiina Heiska | artist found at fer1972]
artchipel:

Tiina Heiska (b.1959, Finland) 
Helsinki-based artist Tiina Heiska’s work revolves around the concept of identity focusing on perception, transformation and desire. She’s dealing with the meaning of identity through questions into the realm of sexuality, age and gender, as well as the process of an origin of a painting. A constant dialogue between photography and painting has always prevailed through Tiina Heiska’s production. As her painting technique she uses oil on canvas. The artist herself feels enthralled by the phenomena of the fast movement caught in the photo changing when rendered through the slow and lasting medium of painting. 
In addition to her numerous solo and group exhibitions in Finland, Tiina Heiska has had several solo exhibitions all over Europe. Her work is represented in the public collections of Helsinki City Art Museum, Amos Andersson Art Museum, Finnish State Art Collection and Sara Hildén Art Museum among others. In 2008 she was shortlisted for the prestigious Sovereign Art Prize.
[more Tiina Heiska | artist found at fer1972]
artchipel:

Tiina Heiska (b.1959, Finland) 
Helsinki-based artist Tiina Heiska’s work revolves around the concept of identity focusing on perception, transformation and desire. She’s dealing with the meaning of identity through questions into the realm of sexuality, age and gender, as well as the process of an origin of a painting. A constant dialogue between photography and painting has always prevailed through Tiina Heiska’s production. As her painting technique she uses oil on canvas. The artist herself feels enthralled by the phenomena of the fast movement caught in the photo changing when rendered through the slow and lasting medium of painting. 
In addition to her numerous solo and group exhibitions in Finland, Tiina Heiska has had several solo exhibitions all over Europe. Her work is represented in the public collections of Helsinki City Art Museum, Amos Andersson Art Museum, Finnish State Art Collection and Sara Hildén Art Museum among others. In 2008 she was shortlisted for the prestigious Sovereign Art Prize.
[more Tiina Heiska | artist found at fer1972]
artchipel:

Tiina Heiska (b.1959, Finland) 
Helsinki-based artist Tiina Heiska’s work revolves around the concept of identity focusing on perception, transformation and desire. She’s dealing with the meaning of identity through questions into the realm of sexuality, age and gender, as well as the process of an origin of a painting. A constant dialogue between photography and painting has always prevailed through Tiina Heiska’s production. As her painting technique she uses oil on canvas. The artist herself feels enthralled by the phenomena of the fast movement caught in the photo changing when rendered through the slow and lasting medium of painting. 
In addition to her numerous solo and group exhibitions in Finland, Tiina Heiska has had several solo exhibitions all over Europe. Her work is represented in the public collections of Helsinki City Art Museum, Amos Andersson Art Museum, Finnish State Art Collection and Sara Hildén Art Museum among others. In 2008 she was shortlisted for the prestigious Sovereign Art Prize.
[more Tiina Heiska | artist found at fer1972]
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septagonstudios:

Evelina Baniulyte
Frutta di Mare
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hideback:

John Martin (English, 1789-1854)
The Destruction of Pharaoh’s Host, 1836: Detail and Full Painting
The Creation of Light, 1824
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John Martin (English, 1789-1854)
The Destruction of Pharaoh’s Host, 1836: Detail and Full Painting
The Creation of Light, 1824
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John Martin (English, 1789-1854)
The Destruction of Pharaoh’s Host, 1836: Detail and Full Painting
The Creation of Light, 1824
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workman:

hijaktaffairs:
annie lapin
thing that happens to memory, 2013
oil and mixed media on canvas, 32 x 25”
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meeresstille:

by Natalie Foss (tumblr)
meeresstille:

by Natalie Foss (tumblr)
meeresstille:

by Natalie Foss (tumblr)