"mid-morning Haze"

"mid-morning Haze"

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  • Etsy

    by MAM54

    Etsy has everything, from modern to vintage in art, jewelry, clothing etc. I can spend hours browsing the links and shops of individual designers and entrepreneurs. I receive inspiration each time I visit.

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  • Precious! Why? because..... "You're a really fungi!"

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  • Travis Lampe is a rare talent where vision, ability, pathos and whimsy all coverge into a body of work that can only be described as captivating! Travis' character design is some of the best (and most unsung) in the art world t... Travis Lampe is a rare talent where vision, ability, pathos and whimsy all coverge into a body of work that can only be described as captivating! Travis' character design is some of the best (and most unsung) in the art world today...while artists like KAWS and Gary Baseman get their due, Travis' work is appreciated primarily by fans who are "in the know". His characters frown and sob and grimace and grin and no matter what is going on in his works you always feel that disaster is imminent...or you just missed one. This two-color print is an excellent example of his work, and affordable for anyone.

  • Stenvik Mostrom is an Atlanta-based artist whose work strips down the most organic of forms and ideas into rigid, almost immovable shapes and angles, bringing the harshest aspects of life to the forefront while clinging to the hum... Stenvik Mostrom is an Atlanta-based artist whose work strips down the most organic of forms and ideas into rigid, almost immovable shapes and angles, bringing the harshest aspects of life to the forefront while clinging to the humanity inherent in his themes. Using aerosol, acrylics, oils, charcoal, and graphite, Mostrom's iconic figures are reminiscent of fellow Ringing School of Art & Design alumnus Scott Sinclair without being derivative. It's clear the two artists share a background, yet they have clearly chosen different paths. As Sinclair's work has grown more texture and collage-heavy, Mostrom's work maintains a heavy illustration style that has made him a favorite with bands for album cover work. Gunmoll, Crucible, and Mike Hale, to name a few, have commissioned work from Mostrom for their album sleeves and the results are always stunning. This 12" by 12" piece from Mostrom shows him using a lighter color palette than normal, giving a greater contrast to the character itself. His use of pale blues for the background and white for the scroll detail cause the dark earth-tones to come forward in a way that is unusual for his work, which normally forces the viewer to hunt for the details.

  • Johnny Yanok smiles a lot, and it's pretty obvious why: the man is clearly a genius. His works, a combination of digital construction and hand-painted execution, evoke the golden age of illustration in a way that is often imit... Johnny Yanok smiles a lot, and it's pretty obvious why: the man is clearly a genius. His works, a combination of digital construction and hand-painted execution, evoke the golden age of illustration in a way that is often imitated but never duplicated. He has effortlessly succeeded where so many have failed, and while his talent certainly plays a part in that it's the man himself that is the reason for his success. Johnny's gentle demeanor and contagious joy infect his work and give it a vibrant life that is unmistakable. From his heroic knight to his animal portraits to the time he did an entire solo show of paintings of fruit, Johnny's humor and laughter are the real prize...his paintings are simply the delightful souvenir of time well-spent in the presence of someone who simply loves life, and knows how to paint it.

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  • Annie Owens, who is quietly one of the masterminds behind Hi-Fructose Magazine, is an almost supernaturally gifted illustrator. Her works evoke the kind of visceral emotional responses normally reserved for much darker art, while ... Annie Owens, who is quietly one of the masterminds behind Hi-Fructose Magazine, is an almost supernaturally gifted illustrator. Her works evoke the kind of visceral emotional responses normally reserved for much darker art, while using a color palette that is almost deceptively benign. Her ink and watercolor works project a kind of deep-rooted sadness that can only be described as uniquely feminine. Women have been gifted with a variety of needs and abilities that men cannot begin to understand, and there is a unique type of sadness that only occurs in women. Annie Owens has learned to capture and project that feeling and even the briefest glance at her works is enough to see that she is an artist to watch for.

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  • Brian Morris is one of those rare illustrators who has found a clear and definitive voice in what can easily become a cliche subject: skulls. His work, featured often in the revered lowbrow magazine "I Want Your Skull", is bot... Brian Morris is one of those rare illustrators who has found a clear and definitive voice in what can easily become a cliche subject: skulls. His work, featured often in the revered lowbrow magazine "I Want Your Skull", is both unsettling and delicate. His line work is the envy of many an up-an-coming artist, and his sense of composition is clear and unwavering. This piece is ink and acrylic on wood, and his use of the natural grain as highlights for the hair really set this apart from his rare forays into color as well as his more typical black-and-white drawings on paper. The choice to use a visibly organic substrate is a good one for him, and while his work on paper is stunning his work on wood feels more (dare I say it?) natural. Another talent you would do well to keep an eye on, Brian resides in Chicago.

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  • The famous painting from Manet turned into the best tablecloth or picnic blanket you've ever seen.

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  • The perfect accessory for your studio. The lid double as a paint saver/palate!

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