Tuesday, January 7, 2020

Ysabel Lemay

The Gateway - Ysabel Lemay

I’m staggered by the fantastic digital art of Quebec born, Austin Texas artist Ysabel Lemay. So complex, so joyful, so interesting, the kind of work you see something more and new in every time you look. Wow what an explosive celebration of nature. Bravo Ysabel.

Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Mae Read

Words can't say enough about the super sensitive brush control of Mae Read!

Furling by Mae Read 36x48 inches

Monday, October 29, 2018

Fall has inspired me to paint these pears at harvest time.

Fall Harvest, Oil on Canvas, 24 x 12 inches, by Dan Murphy

Tuesday, October 9, 2018

Scott Wadell

I love the dramatic lighting that Scott Wadell manages to capture in his work. Facinating to watch his figure portraits evolve from the substrate as he painstakingly fleshes out the details!

Monday, October 1, 2018

Anamorphic drawing

I'm really intrigued by artists that can convincingly trick your eye with a pencil and paper. I'd really like to try this technique. I've dabbled a bit with similar "illusion" type things in some of my paintings, like painting a faux frame and then allowing some of the paintings content to "leak out" over the edge of the frame and into the room with the viewer.

Non Sequiter - by Dan Murphy
This is my painting Non Sequiter

I guess I consider this akin to "breaking the 4th wall" in painting form.

I'm excited to design and create a new painting with an anamorphic image.

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Tim O'Brien

I love how clear the idea of Tim's illustrations are presented. Super crisp.