Texas Daily Painter Nancy Standlee's art blog showcases her acrylic and watercolor paintings, and chronicles her progress in personal art and collaborative work. Included are recommendations about blogging, books, workshops, and art supplies.
Rays new generation of paintings portray activity and interaction of groups partaking in pastimes and events. He grasps the mood and moment, the individual, the crowd. It is a simplistic style of art with more than a splash of humour.
Peter is an award winning graphic and exhibition designer. In recent years, he has rekindled his childhood love of watercolors. Peter exhibits his work in Toronto and Gloucester where he is a member of the North Shore Arts Association.
"Pro" Hart was born in Broken Hill, NSW, Australia in 1928. He began taking his painting seriously in his early twenties when he used his art as a much needed creative outlet during his underground life as a miner. He was discovered in 1962 by a gallery director in Adelaide.
"Bruegel specialized in genre paintings populated by peasants, often with a large landscape element, but also painted religious works. Making the life and manners of peasants the main focus of a work was rare in painting in Brueghel's time, and he was a pioneer of the Netherlandish genre painting."
"The Cornish south coast, dubbed the 'Cornish Riviera', is more sheltered and there are several broad estuaries offering safe anchorages, such as at Falmouth and Fowey. The north coast on the Celtic Sea, part of the Atlantic Ocean, is more exposed and therefore has a wilder nature." More Wikipedia info on Cornwall: http://tinyurl.com/4pthflh
Great wine-like colours and ambience in this painting.
Michael is a watercolorist from the Pacific Northwest. He tends to post painting studies, sketches, photos and occasionally studio pieces in progress [info from Michael's blog]: http://mdsoren.blogspot.com/
Herman Alfred Leonard Wahlberg 1834 – 1906) was a Swedish landscape painter from Stockholm. He became successful in Paris and was awarded with medals at the Paris Salon in 1870 and 1872. At the 1878 World's Fair in Paris, Wahlberg was recognized with a first class medal.
Ilya Yefimovich Repin (1844–1930) was a leading Russian painter and sculptor. Although he lived in Paris, where he was exposed to French Impressionist painting, his style was to remain closer to that of the old European masters, especially Rembrandt.
Living in Zagreb, Croatia, Dinko Zlatarić, M.F.A. (Master of Fine Arts) studied Graphic Arts and Painting, taught analytical drawing and worked as a freelance artist. However his particular interest is in the field of portraiture.
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