Wednesday, October 23, 2019

Woodcut Artwork in Fierce Color Palette by Jenny Pope


 


 
 




Ithaca, New York based artist Jenny Pope is a full-time artist who creates artwork inspired by the natural world. Her woodcut prints are a stunning combination of her love for animals and passion for art. She finds inspiration for her work in the scientific journals. Hallucigenia, wiwaxia, opabinia, flying squirrels, sabretooth cat and owls are only some of the creatures featured in her work. Her unique designs are colored in fierce color palette in limited edition.

"I enjoy the company of animals in life and in artwork. Invasive, endangered, and mythic animals uncurl from my imagination in the form of woodcut prints. I am constantly dumbfounded about how animals and the environment are treated but my hope is that education and understanding leads to respecting and attaching importance to our own backyards and beyond" via Plywerk.

You can find originals and prints in her online store JPOP Studios.

Tuesday, October 22, 2019

Hyperrealistic Combinations of Flora and Fauna by Lisa Ericson













Lisa Ericson is a Portland based painter who creates hyperrealistic animals that seem to be from a different world. She studied painting at Yale University before starting her career in illustration and graphic design.

She uses acrylics as the medium to paint on wood panels with precise point brushes. She paints multiple layers upon layers to get the rich texture and realism in her work. Her subjects are whimsical hybrid creatures and surreal animals carrying an ecosystem on their backs. From owls perched on a turtle surrounded by birds to deer half submerged into water growing coral from hooves. She chooses the dark background to paint corals, animals and fish that stand out in their striking colors. Depending on the detail and size, it can take Lisa anywhere from 2 weeks to a month to finish a single piece.

She will be exhibiting her work at "Scope" Miami Beach Art Show with Antler Gallery in December. For more details and announcements related to her new work go to Instagram.

Monday, October 21, 2019

Limited Edition Halloween Dolls by Kayleigh Radcliffe












UK based designer-maker Kayleigh Radcliffe has created limited edition Halloween ornaments. Each of the figures has been designed and hand-crafted by the artist using raw materials from her collection and not store bought. Harold the owl, Vincent the wolf, Jack the cat and Peter the pumpkin are constructed from ceramics, wire, cotton and fabric. They are all hand-painted to add details and dressed in impressive costumes. These heirloom pieces are perfect to add to your halloween decorations to cherish year after year.

You can find the ornaments and other seasonal products in her online store here.

Friday, October 18, 2019

Charming Creatures To Hold Your Jewelry and Incense







 



ChienNie is a ceramist from Singapore who creates delightful miniature creatures. She has been interested in crafts ever since she was a little girl and have explored in different fields like pottery, metal smithing and wire wrapping. She now mainly works with clay that provides with the flexibility of turning it into almost anything.

Her work is inspired by animals and natural elements like twigs, leaves and pebbles by the seashore.  She is constantly aspiring "to create treasures with that extra glint of magic!" She creates one-of-a-kind necklaces, jewelry holders, incense dishes and other beautiful pieces of art. You must follow her on Instagram for updates on her new work and find her available pieces in her online store - Lithops Studio.

Thursday, October 17, 2019

Children's Books by Gareth Lucas














Gareth Lucas is a children's books illustrator. He has illustrated total of 10 Look and Find puzzle books for Usborne Books till now. These children's books feature quirky, colorful characters in Gareth's signature style. The book are designed to keep the kids engaged in activities where they have to match, count and spot "a leopard who’s lost her spots, look for an owl reading a bedtime story, spot a bat wearing socks and lots more." There are many delightful talk-about opportunities page after page.

The above shown images are from his latest illustrated book "Night time" and "Forest" beaming with woodland creatures.