Tuesday, February 26, 2013
I saw this painting (Ophelia by John Everett Millais) at the National Gallery in DC this weekend and it was amazing! If you’re in the area, do try to check out the Pre-Raphaelites exhibit!

I saw this painting (Ophelia by John Everett Millais) at the National Gallery in DC this weekend and it was amazing! If you’re in the area, do try to check out the Pre-Raphaelites exhibit!

Friday, March 30, 2012
This is the work of Tom Haubrick. Get to know him. He’s awesome. Want more?
Website, Blog, Tumblr.
(Image Credit - Tom Haubrick)

This is the work of Tom Haubrick. Get to know him. He’s awesome. Want more?

Website, Blog, Tumblr.

(Image Credit - Tom Haubrick)

Tuesday, February 21, 2012
From Yuri Leonov’s St Petersburg set. I liked the color palette and general ambiance of the piece. (It conjured memories of some dance parties I’ve attended in museums.) Leonov’s work is quite eclectic. I recommend checking it out.
(Credit - Yuri Leonov)

From Yuri Leonov’s St Petersburg set. I liked the color palette and general ambiance of the piece. (It conjured memories of some dance parties I’ve attended in museums.) Leonov’s work is quite eclectic. I recommend checking it out.

(Credit - Yuri Leonov)

Tuesday, October 25, 2011
Hotelscene 2 by German artist Jens Hesse, part of his ‘influenced by datamoshed videos’ series. Links to Hesse’s other work can be found here. 
(Credit - Jens Hesse)

Hotelscene 2 by German artist Jens Hesse, part of his ‘influenced by datamoshed videos’ series. Links to Hesse’s other work can be found here

(Credit - Jens Hesse)

Monday, October 24, 2011
California based artist Eric Zener creates stunning photo-realistic paintings depicting swimming/water scenes. His portfolio site seems to be down, so check him out on artnet here.
(Credit - Eric Zener)

California based artist Eric Zener creates stunning photo-realistic paintings depicting swimming/water scenes. His portfolio site seems to be down, so check him out on artnet here.

(Credit - Eric Zener)

Tuesday, October 11, 2011
The work of Doug Smock. Thought provoking. Beautiful. A little crazy.
(Credit - Doug Smock)

The work of Doug Smock. Thought provoking. Beautiful. A little crazy.

(Credit - Doug Smock)

Thursday, October 6, 2011
Cheryl Hicks does the thinking for me:

Most of my artwork consists of photography based images reproduced in  acrylic and collage.  My newer pieces are a series of portraits in which  the skin of the subject is made of contour lines of text.

To see more of her test strip paintings as well as her dot art work, click here.
(Credit - Cheryl Hicks)

Cheryl Hicks does the thinking for me:

Most of my artwork consists of photography based images reproduced in acrylic and collage.  My newer pieces are a series of portraits in which the skin of the subject is made of contour lines of text.

To see more of her test strip paintings as well as her dot art work, click here.

(Credit - Cheryl Hicks)

Wednesday, October 5, 2011
Not particularly in the mood for overanalyzing, or even analyzing for that matter.
I like Amy Shackleton’s work. The colors are beautiful and she dissolves the boundary between reality and fantasy by painting combinations of land and cityscapes in a way to suggest a liquidy movement. Who doesn’t love the blurring of the line between reality and fantasy?
Sorry, folks, that’s all I’ve got today. Check out more of her work here.
(Credit - Amy Shackleton)

Not particularly in the mood for overanalyzing, or even analyzing for that matter.

I like Amy Shackleton’s work. The colors are beautiful and she dissolves the boundary between reality and fantasy by painting combinations of land and cityscapes in a way to suggest a liquidy movement. Who doesn’t love the blurring of the line between reality and fantasy?

Sorry, folks, that’s all I’ve got today. Check out more of her work here.

(Credit - Amy Shackleton)

Monday, October 3, 2011
"…and I gave my word, so I’m back in." - George Michael Bluth
I owe the internet some art, as I did give my word and all. I hope this works for you.
Meet Charming Baker. He likes cheap books, girls, dogs and tea. And his artwork is pretty awesome. Energy. Movement. Content and context. Colors. Enjoy.
(Credit - Charming Baker)
Unrelated - Welcome back Arrested Development, the void has never been filled.

"…and I gave my word, so I’m back in." - George Michael Bluth

I owe the internet some art, as I did give my word and all. I hope this works for you.

Meet Charming Baker. He likes cheap books, girls, dogs and tea. And his artwork is pretty awesome. Energy. Movement. Content and context. Colors. Enjoy.

(Credit - Charming Baker)

Unrelated - Welcome back Arrested Development, the void has never been filled.

Tuesday, September 13, 2011
My interests in art are eclectic…at least that’s what I tell myself. And it’s with that in mind that I share the work of Tascha Parkinson, a self described ‘urban primitive folk artists’. 
While not all of her work is comprised of adorable Fridas…much of it is. Peruse here.
(Credit - Tascha Parkinson)

My interests in art are eclectic…at least that’s what I tell myself. And it’s with that in mind that I share the work of Tascha Parkinson, a self described ‘urban primitive folk artists’. 

While not all of her work is comprised of adorable Fridas…much of it is. Peruse here.

(Credit - Tascha Parkinson)