Tuesday, October 23, 2018

Animals Roaming Around in Beautiful Houses Painted by Catherine Nolin















Catherine Nolin's paintings are no less than a treat for the sore eyes. Massachusetts based artist is a self-taught painter who paints beautiful rooms decorated with luxurious furniture and stunning drapery lived in by humans and animals. The influence of Italian Renaissance is evident in her work, she incorporates objects and themes from this art period into her paintings.

She got exposed to the world of art when she was only 10 years of age. She was enrolled in a class at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston after finishing which she continued to draw on furniture pieces and chairs with fabric patterns.

Her paintings can be found in private collections throughout North America, Europe, Asia, and Australia. She has exhibited in galleries and numerous shows throughout the Northeast. Her work featured in publications such as Surrounding Magazine, Wilson Art's, The Statement Blog, Note To Self, and Shelterrific. Her work was selected for the cover of Sasee Magazine. She has also done a commission for a Grammy-winning singer.

Monday, October 22, 2018

10 Spookiest Free Halloween Printables





















Good morning! I hope you all had a relaxing weekend because it's going to get very busy, very soon. Many people look forward to halloween all year long so they could dress up as their favorite character and go trick or treating. If you are planning to host a party this year or just getting the favors ready to hand out then you'll love the printables I have complied for you. 

Today's post features halloween art prints, bottle labels, invitation, candy boxes, cupcake liners and other spookiest ideas that you could use for yourself or share with your friends! If you have a printable that I missed to feature here then please leave me its link in the comment to share with all.

Friday, October 19, 2018

Beach Stone Painted in Monochromatic Palette by Natasha Newton















Happy Friday, everyone! As the holidays are approaching time seems to be flying by even faster. Do you feel the same? I would like to leave you for the weekend with the delightful work of Natasha Newton.

Natasha Newton is an artist and a illustrator who tells stories through painting on stones she found on her trips to beach along the Suffolk coast. She collects small stones and pieces of sea glass washed up to the shore by the waves and hand-paints them with whimsical illustrations in monochromatic palette.

"I select certain pieces to paint on, giving these items another life as a treasured work of art. I am fascinated by the stories of these objects; what they were once a part of and the past life they had, before they were washed up on to the shoreline and into my hands."

You can join her on Instagram which she updates with her new painted stones and art prints that are oh so gorgeous!

Thursday, October 18, 2018

Hand-Embroidered Animal Portraits by Ellie Tolfts



 








Ellie Tolfts is an illustrator and an embroider originally from East Anglia, currently living in Plymouth. I stumbled across her Instagram and instantly fell in love with her embroidered animal portraits. She generally works on light background with colored floss which makes her embroidered pieces pop. Besides working with thread and a needle, she loves to draw monsters and skeletons with black dip pen inks. To see her more of her work go to her website and Instagram.

Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Halloween Fabric Collection Folk Artist by Johanna Parker










Halloween fabric collection by Johanna Parker a Colorado based folk-artist is everything you could ask for! It features traditional owls, pumpkins, spiders, bats, moon, cats, ghosts and other motifs in orange and black color palette that will be prefect to make any holiday craft from costumes for the little ones to cushions to spruce up the home. 

Halloween is only a couple of weeks away and it's a perfect time to get your costumes and crafts prepared for the trick or treat night. To see all fabric designs from the collection go here.