Archive for the ‘Painting’ Category

These beautifully surreal works are from Grand Rapids, Michigan based artist Christina Mrozik. She enlists a variety of media but favors ballpoint pens, inks, and watercolors. To see more of her work visit her on Behance.

Noma Bliss


Auburn, NY Artist Noma Bliss, who also works with her husband Jim Bliss, spent 25 years as an illustrator and designer. “Her aim as an artist is to invoke love, kindness, compassion, and empathy for one another and the world we inhabit. We are all responsible for the future of our planet”. I was drawn […]

Do you find yourself staring over and over at that big blank boring wall that you still don’t know what to with? Whether you rent or own there are many options to liven up those fearsome walls without breaking the bank. Below are some ideas that might work for you. 1.If you have a fear […]



Having spent her childhood between two nature preserves in Brilon, Germany had to serve as inspiration for the artist Moki. Her relationship and understanding of the landscapes surrounding her is evident in the surreal paintings that often depict humans being one with or emerging from nature. To see more of her work, which also includes […]

Marcello de Simone and Bruce Wayland created Little Owl Design in 2009 and both share interests in the fine arts, as well as art history, fashion, and of course, design. In the series “Altered Perspectives” they take fairly ordinary plates and pair them with paintings to create an extraordinary new look for upcycling with a […]

Stefan Sagmeister and Jessica Walsh are the creative forces behind this campaign for Aizone, a Middle Eastern department store, that will be featured in newspapers, magazines, and billboards all over Lebanon. The pair are a NYC based design firm that “creates identities, commercials, websites, apps, films, books and objects for clients, audiences and ourselves.” Click […]



My Dead Pony a.k.a. Raphaël Vicenza of Brussels, Belgium, is a self taught artist that mixes digital media,watercolors, and sketches to create these works that are heavily influenced by graffiti, fashion, and street art. While beautiful they also touch on various topics or feelings that are common to many. Visit his website to learn and see […]

Robert Townsend


I was blown away when I saw these incredible paintings by Robert Townsend. Yes, all are paintings using either watercolor or oil. They depict nostalgic situations and minutiae of mid-century life of American, with a nod to California in particular since Townsend is a native of the state. See and learn more here.       pb […]

Amy Guidry


Upon first glance these works appear to feature beautiful women with beautiful creatures until one delves deeper and discovers skeletons, animal heads, and flower sprouting skulls. Intriguing. Amy Guidry has exhibited nationwide including the Visual Arts Center of New Jersey, Brandeis University,and the Paul and Lulu Hilliard University Art Museum.Her work has been featured in publications […]

Dilka Bear


Artist Dilka Bear, resident of Triste, Italy, worked as a graphic designer and illustrator for four years then chose to follow her calling as a freelance artist. Her sweet but forlorn little girls are often depicted with objects that should bring them joy but do not perhaps due to their suspicion of the world surrounding […]