Tag Archives: Art

Field of Sunflowers

The artist, Alireza Karimi Moghaddam, can be found HERE.

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Tomato

There is something really appealing about this little drawing of a tomato, something I can’t quite put my finger on.

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No Reason

“If you could say it in words, there would be no reason to paint.” ~ Edward Hopper

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Light

via Draw & Wings

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Ponytail

This painting is deceptive. At a glance it looks almost like a cartoon or a coloring book, simple lines filled with color. But the more you look, the more you find.

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Giovanni

The artists I’ve known have always started with a clear image in their head, then struggled to make the canvas mirror their imagination. Giovanni Lomi was self-taught, which makes his paintings even more amazing, but I wish I could ask him:  Did you have the image of the water’s reflection in your mind first, or …

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Arches

Salzburg von einer Loggia by Georg Pezolt (1879-1951) It’s unlikely this was meant as a tribute to Maxfield Parrish, but it’s hard to look at without thinking of him.  I suppose they had similar influences.

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Despite All Obstacles

Artist John Karborn is on the web HERE.

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<3

There’s a lot going on in this picture.  I like the way a simple image, the heart, is made from such complex images, the people. (I think the guy in his underpants has some explaining to do.)

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Cavemen in Love

  The “Ain Sakhri Lovers” is the oldest known depiction of two lovers embracing– over 11,000 years old. Cool!

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Pancakes

Imagine what Magritte could have done with Photoshop!

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Be Kind to Little Animals

As happens so many times, the artist has been lost in a series of reposts.  If anyone knows, let me know in the comments so I can give credit.

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