Paintings Archive

Don Packwood Automotive Art

Painting Title: RED MAX   – Racing Monza – Sir Stirling Moss made the point, that he wasn’t a natural driver, in his opinion, having to work very hard to be fast. On the other hand he believed drivers like Nuvolari, Fangio and Senna were naturals. What set these individuals apart was that they possessed […]

Airbrush Art by Karel Kopic

Haircut Karel Kopic is the only Eastern European artist invited to the airbrush exhibitions in Germany, Switzerland, Italy and Prague his work has been published in the airbrush magazines around the world.Karel Kopic works for major advertising agencies and publishers: Milka, Danone, Berentzen, Eurotel, Lucky Strike, Schöller, Ferrero, Kinder Surprise, Coca-Cola Company, Polygram Universal.

Marcel Franquelin – Art Work in Progress

Final Art Work Art is illusion I have always been fascinated by the visual impact that comes from the works of the Masters; their paintings are magic, bringing you “elsewhere”, way past the simple surface of a canvas. I was trained very traditionally at “Les Beaux-Arts” in France, and spent my life studying and teaching […]

Extraordinary Charcoal Dust Paintings by Judith Braun

While other artists use a paintbrush, Judith Braun uses her fingers. Judith makes wonderful pieces of art using nothing but bare wall, charcoal dust, and her fingers. She started out with symmetrical designs and has now progressed to detailed landscapes. Her mural entitled ‘Diamond Dust’ was painted right in front of a live audience over […]

Half a Frida by Kristiina Wilson

Kristiina Wilson is one of the more prolific New York based photographers. She works in both film and advertising, specifically in fashion and beauty. Photography isn’t her only vice, according to her website she’s into cats and books too. Her series ‘Los Fridos” is a hybrid of photography and painting featuring the portraits of Mexican […]

The Tattoo Taboo – Portraits by Shawn Barber

Tattoos may be a sign of creativity, rebellion, or self-expression, depending on your culture. Some people simply let it be but Shawn Barber, on the other hand, has a bit of an obsession with tattoos. All of his work involve tattoos in one way or another. He has published and illustrated at least two books […]

One Never Ends Learning in Arts

Looking at her paintings is like drinking genius from a glass of harmony. Her works of art and the features of their characters diffuse vibrations of eternity. An eternity that grasps beauty with its arms, but not typical beauty, but rather an indescribable beauty that is disguised as death and radiates the most intense emotions, […]

Seeing Double – Paintings by Ho Ryon Lee

Don’t worry, your eyes are fine. Ho Ryon Lee’s paintings are intentionally making you look twice at something any hot-blooded male would take a second look. Lee’s unique technique of painting an image as if it was a badly taken photograph is quite distinctive.The popularity his work is not, in any way, hurt by the […]