Alexia Vogel

Alexia Vogel

i love these oil paintings by local artist Alexia Vogel. Alexia Vogel is a recent Michaelis School of Fine Art graduate. She considers all of her paintings landscapes, even the most abstract ones. She works from old family photographs of landscapes which she feels are imbued with a romantic sentimentality. Her work is very personal, as she…

Conrad Jon Godly

Conrad Jon Godly

it amazes me what some people can do with paint. the feeling of rock and cold and mist and altitude that these pieces by Swiss artist Conrad Jon Godly convey is just unbelievable.

jonathan zawada / over time

i spotted australian artist jonathan zawada’s striking neon landscapes on one of those sites like fffound / tumblr where people don’t bother to include any information, so after a bit of digging around i found his official website and more information about his latest exhibition over time at the prism gallery in…

yigal ozeri

these are oil paintings. p-a-i-n-t-i-n-g-s. by new york based israeli artist yigal ozieri

paint my portrait

really really really my favourite things. i’m sure i’ve harped on about them enough hey? if someone could teleport me to the national portrait gallery in london right now i’d be a very happy woman indeed. well, here are some more i have been staring at recently… click on the…


while eyeing kathryn blackmore’s new agate necklace … … i also discovered carly waito’s incredible series of mineral paintings.


at work (1910?) – nikolay bogdanov-belsky birch trees are my favourite. {click image for source}

central park

Neither the cold of winter nor the gloom of the Great Depression kept the children of New York City from enjoying Central Park, the city’s greatest green space. Artist Carl Nelson had almost as much fun as the children, drawing by the hour despite the chill of February 1934. When…