“There is often something bigger than the human in my paintings. It may be an object, an animal or a construction…”
crazy surgical ceramic masterpieces – i love the way the white peels away to reveal the florals beneath.
jim denevan makes temporary drawings on sand earth and ice that are eventually erased by waves and weather
art history time: lawrence alma-tadema became famous for his depictions of the luxury and decadence of the roman empire
hey dorks, it’s art history time. if you’re not familiar with the classic frontier paintings by albert bierstadt – you will be now. you…
jason bennett is so talented, it makes me want to cry!
i enjoy janet hill’s still lifes (…still lives? i still don’t know what the plural is)
MGU’s original drawings at etsy
Wayne Thiebaud (b. 1920–) is a Californian painter who is best known for his iconic still lifes of all-American foods and products, such as cakes, pies, sandwiches, cosmetics, and toys. He is also celebrated for his vertiginous San Francisco cityscapes and his richly hued views of Northern California. Known for his plain-spoken style and self-deprecating sense of humor, Thiebaud links himself to the long tradition of painting from observation and speaks in defense of painting to audiences regularly.
Landscape Painting / Harry Stooshinoff
livia marin, broken things – read more about the project at it’s nice that.
there are just TOO many amazing paintings to post here. this guy’s stuff is so cool, go look at his flickr stream now! right…
“david hockney has returned to bridlington, england, to paint the changing landscapes in the countryside” – via the ny times
jenny’s prints at her etsy shop
really enjoying these illustrations by reilly stroop