Mixed media artist and intuitive painter Gail Butters Cohen knows the complexity of a woman’s life story extremely well. Her. . . read more
Illustrator and draughtsman Tim Soekkha of the Netherlands knows there’s nothing quite as authentic or nostalgic as a. . . read more
Pencil and paint unite perfectly in full-time Scottish artist Deborah Sheehy’s illustrative work. Her whimsical paintings and drawings conjure up memories of animals portrayed in antique children’s storybooks. . . and much like those stories, Deborah’s artwork tells tall tales of animals that are anything but common.
“Hares, in. . . read more
Today we’re looking at doodles. . . yet these illustrative marks by Yogesh Bhusare are really so much more than that.. . . read more
Oil painter Cindy Walton of Asheville, N.C. is able to convey a moment of complete serenity in one painting, and total chaos in. . . read more
When you live in the breathtaking state of Montana like Lisa Gibson does, inspiration is never far away. Using acrylics, ink, watercolor, and colored pencils, she gives her mixed-media paintings a luminous, softly textured surface that calls out for introspection and study.
Previously exploring her creativity through photography, quilt making. . . read more
Collage artist Janyce Boynton uses hand-stamped papers and acrylic paint to create nature-inspired collages filled with her home. . . read more
Growing up in Japanese culture focused on maintaining harmony, Noriko Fukui of Toronto, Canada, felt like she had no means to. . . read more
I know woman who is a talented, kind, and generous artist. Patricia Hobbs' watercolor and acrylic paintings are creative, beautiful, bright, and unusual. Her talents also extend to fiber arts, but many times, both mediums merge into a piece.
Below is just one of her bright and creative quilts titled Elements of a Homestead.
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Buff Holtman allows her mixed-media artwork to decide its own destiny. She works in a wide variety of media, from deliberately. . . read more
It’s riddle time: What do you get when you combine cartoony illustrations with loosely created paintings and throw in (for good. . . read more