Our latest showcase features talented artists in different mediums who share some of their favorite works. Click each name to see more of their art.
Nature always brings the urban landscape to life. For creating this diptych, I was inspired by the view of houses against a backdrop of tall, beautiful trees. I also used natural coffee as a medium.
Portraying inner and outer journeys in watercolour and ink, my intent is to capture the subject as it takes shape. My output has been described as open-ended and pastoral, agnostic towards any specific thematic content.
My choice of colors is deliberate, evoking specific emotions. The use of warm, vibrant colors such as the reds, symbolizes hope and vitality. The ink markings in my art represent resilience and strength in overcoming any obstacles.
“Waterfall” is a watercolor created to convey feeling of rocks and water. I hope you can hear the water as it rushes over the moss covered rocks in the stream bed.
The essence of my art, the magic, is in the joy of the journey. There is joy to be found in life, at every turn of every corner. It’s a dialog between Creator and creator.
For me art is a never-ending journey of excitement, exploration and discovery. I am a strong believer that art should be fun! I work in collage/mixed media, watercolours and acrylics, and enjoy all mediums.
I’m an artist known nationally for landscapes, portraits and still life oil paintings. I paint incidental moments of light and shadow that fleet across faces, fields and water.
Art for me is nature with its beauty and harmony. But mostly it is my private world where time stands still, so I can dream. My wish is that every time someone gazes at my art, it will bring a smile.
My artwork incorporates figurative and abstract expression. Colour, line, and a little magic go into each piece. Each painting opens a potential dialogue between the viewer and the artist.
My photography is an attempt to simplify the landscape using post processing filters that create an intentional camera movement. I love large modern photographs and paintings using bold colors, smooth lines and brushstrokes, and often a limited palette.
This painting depicts a woman rising out of the ashes like a phoenix. Through my art, I deliver messages of encouragement, images supporting the feminine energy alongside spirit guides. I wish for my images to uplift the viewer.
I create images from scrap/recycled bits of production art film used for silkscreening. I place them into a composition and secure them to graph paper or art board. These rare pieces are prints only.
I don’t want to just paint pretty scenes. My landscapes are narratives about humans and other members of the animal kingdom, living in, interacting with, and savoring the beauty, power, and fragility of nature.
I was born a creative soul, always had a good camera and switched to digital early format in 2003. However, it wasn’t until the pandemic that I started pursuing my passion for photography.
As a self-taught emerging artist, my father, Rolf Brandt, (artist and teacher’s) box of Perspex has inspired my work, which consists of abstract drawings. Bauhaus and many 20th Century artists have influenced me.
This 3D artwork style inspires a “Second Renaissance”, where observers are required need to think about the real world in a different way. There are embedded Easter eggs to provide lots of subjects for discussion.
I am a Los Angeles-based painter, digital artist, and performing artist. My life is eclectic, and my art reflects that. I am inspired by storytelling, the human subconscious, and light and shadow.
In everything I do, I believe in making the everyday seem incredible. I believe in the power of visual storytelling and discovery through imagination.