Posts Tagged ‘arts’

You probably wouldn’t expect these mixed media collages to come from a former environmental scientist, but that is indeed the case. The shadow boxed collages blend her love of nature and vintage photos along with a touch of humorous quips inserted in some of the works. See more on her website. Images via Advertisements


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

04Sep14

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 […]


Kendal Murray

04Aug14

Artist Kendal Murray creates fantastic miniature scenarios in and on top of teapots, shoe forms, change purses and compact mirrors. Slices of life are depicted by toy figurines climbing trees, playing in the yard, and enjoying a day at the beach. Learn more at Arthouse Gallery. Images via Zeutch


Moki

07Mar13

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 […]


Lluis Barba

25Feb13

LLuis Barba’s “Self-Portraits” is both homage to the seven artists he considers the most influential in changing art history, such as Andy Warhol above, and it also a critique of our contemporary ironies such as “opulence and poverty, ignorance and intelligence, as well as mass consumption and the loss of identity that all suffer daily”. […]