Monday, February 17, 2020

Artist Paints Animals as an Inseparable Part of Women













Polina Bright is a watercolor artist based in Sydney, Australia. She has always been interested in art and one day decided to share her creations with the world. Her paintings are inspired by the natural world often featuring animals and women figures surrounded by flowers. The artist "is a strong believer that there's an unconditional bond between a Woman and Nature. Love, Beauty, Strength, Power and many others traits are shared between a Woman's inner world and wildlife."

You can find her work limited edition prints, art prints and temporary tattoos in her online store.

Friday, February 14, 2020

Thomas Turner Uses Walls As His Canvas For Painting













Thomas Turner is a gallery artist and freelance designer based in Atlanta, GA. In the last few years he has evolved and began to explore the art of mural painting. His work mostly depicts birds and animals in a scenario which would only exist in one's imagination. For example: a barn owl carrying a colorful tree, a flying pig, and an otter family perched on a turtle are some of his whimsical paintings. He has created murals for many local businesses including a brewery, a real estate company, and major league sports teams such as Atlanta United.

The barn owl mural shown at the top titled “Passage Over the Horizon” was painted for MiscFit Studio in Atlanta. "This piece is dedicated to all those seeking a better life for themselves and their families. Whether on a mental voyage towards peace of mind or physically traversing the globe in search of refuge, every human deserves the chance at happiness and a healthy life." via

You can find more information on the pieces he is working on and did in the past on Instagram.

Thursday, February 13, 2020

Beautiful Collages on Old Cardboard Tea Boxes and Paper Mache Plates












Hanne Wind-Hansen is a mixed media artist based in Denmark who specializes in paper collage. She creates beautiful collages featuring birds, animals and objects using paper, adhesive, dried flowers, twines, postal stamps and more. She collects magazines, newspaper, vintage fabric, gift tags, photos, and anything else she thinks she will need for her collage. She would use cardboard tea box, papermach plate, a page from a hand written journal, and an old book as a surface to create collages. She adds texture to her pieces by aging them well so that the collages envoke nostalgia. 

You must visit her account of Instagram to see her work from the past. For any question related to her work, you can contact her through here.

Wednesday, February 12, 2020

Stunning Hand Embroidered Brooches That Almost Look Real














Svetlana Kazachenko is the designer and an embroidery artist behind Rarogart. Belarus based artist makes these stunning brooches using thread and a needle. She makes a wide range of brooches including animals, birds, fish, insects, bugs, monsters and landscapes. Each brooch is hand embroidered with mind-boggling details and intricacy. The artist carefully works with color palette that sparks life into these pieces. The embroidered brooches are rich in texture that are further embellished with beads. 

If you have something in mind that you would like to be created then you can contact the artist for a custom order. You can find her one-of-a-kind pieces in her store here.

Tuesday, February 11, 2020

Artist Draws Incredible Portraits With Tiny Strips of Colored Paper





 
 






Rebekah Jenkins is a UK based artist who creates stunning portraits using paper, scissors and adhesive. She doesn't sketch before she starts to create a piece, she simply arranges the tiny strips of paper onto a surface. She uses thousand pieces of colored paper strips and creates amazingly detailed animals that almost look real and expressive.

Before she began her career as a paper artist she worked with paint, embroidery and other forms of art but it was paper that resonated with her and gave medium through which she could express herself.

“When I discovered quilling, it seemed to to be a lovely way of creating hair, fur, and feathers so I began a series of British wildlife pictures with some success. The portraits and quilling seem to marry very naturally and the pet portraits began. I love the texture of the paper and how the image seems to change as the light shifts throughout the day.”