Tag: artist remove
Beautiful work in acrylic ink.
Currently, 2 videos from David Cheifetz on Oil Painting. Saw him on Instagram the other day and love his stuff.
Nicolas Delort is a fantastic artist that uses scratchboard as a medium.
I love these watercolors by Wil Freeborn.
This is so damn good I may have to buy some pastels. I can’t explain how much I love this.
Also on Tumblr and Etsy.
James Gurney compiled several images of Lamplough’s. It’s hard to find images of his work elsewehere.
Love his stuff. Charlie Parker made a post on the Lines and Colors blog that has some images of his paintings.
It is incredible what some people can do with pencil and paper. Amazing.
Print any of those photos out and staple them somewhere you can see every day. Simple lines (using a brush pen I’m guessing) in black and white that convey a sense of place and atmosphere , captured beautifully. You just need ink, paper, and mastery.
Love these environments.
She uses ink and gouache for a lot of stuff. I love it. She also keeps a blog with process posts.
I can’t stop finding these incredible artists.
I really like his landscape paintings–bold colors with a wide value range. He’s also made some process videos that are informative to watch.
Carrie Waller paints realistic watercolors. I haven’t really paid much attention to realism in watercolors, but something about her stuff changed my mind. The fact that she’s raising a family during the day, teaching workshops, frequently moving due to her husband being in the military and finding time to paint at night is a testament to her dedication. What’s my excuse?