I really like this design. It uses the simple ocean design then adds to it. The scene is flipped within a bubble and added to the original photo without adding clutter.

I really like this design. It uses the simple ocean design then adds to it. The scene is flipped within a bubble and added to the original photo without adding clutter. Do with mountain or red rock and sky?

Soft emotion in blurry form pours out of these feminine portraits by artist Mark Demsteader. The Manchester-based contemporary figurative artist is a self-taught master of the human form. His oil on canvas pieces feature pale figures set against a dark background.

Powerful Contemporary Oil Portraits by Mark Demsteader

portraits by artist Mark Demsteader. The Manchester-based contemporary figurative artist is a self-taught master of the human form. His oil on canvas pieces feature pale figures set against a dark background.

James Abbott McNeill Whistler - Nocturne in Black and Gold: The Falling Rocket, 1875 - oil on wood

James Abbott McNeill Whistler - Nocturne in Black and Gold: The Falling Rocket, 1875 - oil on wood. At the Detroit Institute of Arts

xochi solis

You know how they say “art feeds the soul”… well, these deliciously layered, sandwich-like collages could feed me forever! / mixed media pieces by Austin based artist Xochi Solis / abstract art

Misato Suzuki lives in Los Angeles and her paintings feature glorious colors and elements of repetition, brought to life through scale and interaction! I love how in her images, there’s this one prominent element that is offset by subtle patterns that add so much texture!

"Misato Suzuki lives in Los Angeles and her paintings feature glorious colors and elements of repetition, brought to life through scale and interaction.

misato suzuki

"Misato Suzuki lives in Los Angeles and her paintings feature glorious colors and elements of repetition, brought to life through scale and interaction.

Katrien De Blauwer

An on going interest in collage - the way that disparate images or objects can comment on each other while creating a third, new object. This beauty by Katrien De Blauwer

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