Arthit Lertlalitkul is born in Thailand in 1992 and study the decorative art on Silapakorn university. Some of watercolor portraits show a great technique using strong brushed in a manner like sculpting. A watercolor is the medium or the resulting artwork in which the paints are made of pigments suspended in a water-soluble vehicle. The traditional and most common support for watercolor paintings is paper. This is a favorite support of Arthit, like yo can see from following watercolor showcase.… Read more
Ricardo Martinez Ortega, born: 1956 Santiago, Chile of Spanish immigrant Parents. He moved to Spain (Madrid) with his family in May 1969. Ricardo began his professional career towards the end of the seventies. Soon he was creating illustrations for publications, advertising agencies, and comic books. In 1981 he moved to Miami, where he worked at an ad agency, conceptualizing ads for Seven Up , Dr.Pepper, and American Express, and movie posters. Shortly thereafter, he was hired for a staff position … Read more
New York Observer called Doug Bloodworth “one of the premier Photorealists of our generation”. Doug Bloodworth’s artistic perspective is influenced by a childhood affection for American western classics and the quintessential youth of the American dream. A combination of Pop Art, photography and textural paint strokes, his work was born from inspirations that began when he was a boy, and have grown into the refined craft of photorealism.
Painting iconic works on billboards all over the country was a highlight … Read more
The inspiration of Zaria drawings began in early childhood when she traveled with her family throughout several of the world’s most remote landscapes, which were the subject of Zaria mother’s fine art photography. After a formal training at Skidmore college, Zaria now exhibit extensively in galleries and venues throughout the United States and overseas. In August 2012 Zaria led Chasing the Light, an art expedition sailing up the northwest coast of Greenland, retracing the 1869 journey of American painter William … Read more
When Edouard Martinet was 10, one of his teachers introduced his pupils to insects, but in a rather obsessive way. Subliminally, the fascination sunk in to the young French boy. Fast-forward 40 years, and Martinet has become the art world’s virtuoso insectophile, transforming bits and pieces of cast-off junk culled from flea markets and car boot sales into exquisitely executed insect, fish and animal forms. What sets Martinet’s work apart is the brilliant formal clarity of his sculptures, and their … Read more
Jonas De Ro is a Belgian digital artist doing freelance and in-house art and currently is living and working in the UK, London. Bellow you will find our favorite artworks from his portfolio what can be found at the end of this article. The scenes are using a great lighting and the attention at details make some digital concepts to be very close to a photography. Jonas De Ro digital art is fresh, powerful and received a deserved attention from … Read more
Atamjeet Singh Bawa was born to be a Pilot, destined to be a Table Tennis Player, happened to be a Textile Chemist and eventually landed being a Software Programmer. What is shure, is gifted to be a scale paper modeler, currently working as CRM Consultant for an IT giant. This article present paper craft models done by Atamjeet, 3 dimensional models of airplanes, bikes and cars. On his portfolio mentioned on the end of article you will find more carefully … Read more
Scratchboard is a medium that is over 100 years old, but has usually been used as a commercial art and illustrating medium. With the addition of color 30+ years ago and the development of a “new” scratchboard that has a rigid subsurface, it has made its way into the Fine Art category. It is now accepted in Museum shows all over the world and enjoys experimentation by many artists in varying techniques. Basically it consists of a rigid surface covered … Read more
Vancouver artist Brian Boulton captures singular moments of everyday life in his detailed drawings of anonymous subjects. Based on digital photos, these solitary figures face away from the viewer and are removed from their urban environment. The subtle difference in the texture of fabrics work together to construct a portrait of these anonymous individuals. These details are rendered delicately in graphite by the artist. Brian sees his drawings as a neutral documentation of a subject which becomes a collaboration with … Read more
This article feature examples of traditional costume or dress worn by the peoples around the globe. Peoples often call this kind of costumes “national”, but the beauty of them have nothing to do with nationality. In fact, the roots comes from ages when the borders had different meaning.
Looking at the following images is like making a travel in a color and shapes world. Take a look at the way is the contrast used, the negative space, at the warm … Read more