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Artist: Dusan Djukaric Morning in Zemun https://www.facebook.com/dusan.djukaric Posted by Lara

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Thomas w. schaller - watercolor artist https://www.facebook.com/thomaswschaller Posted by Lara

Art & Painting

Artist: Pierre-Auguste Renoir Title: Algerian Landscape (The Ravine of the Wild Women) Completion Date: 1881 Style: Impressionism Period: Rejection of Impressionism Genre: landscape Technique: oil Material: canvas Gallery: Musée d'Orsay, Paris, France http://www.wikipaintings.org/en/pierre-auguste-renoir/algerian-landscape-the-ravine-of-the-wild-women-1881 Posted by Lara

Artist: Josef Kote "The Path" 48x48 Original Acrylic on Canvas https://www.facebook.com/JosefKote Posted by Lara

Charming Cabin Built for $500 with Repurposed Windows

Located in the mountains of West Virginia, photographer Nick Olson and designer Lilah Horwitz have built their own enchanting retreat made out of discarded windows. The towering home away from home boasts a creative facade made of windows of varying sizes, giving it an artistic flair that is both …

After Sir Christopher Wren Charles Demuth - 1920 http://www.the-athenaeum.org/art/detail.php?ID=103151 posted by Lee

Artist : Jon Shaw Paintings © Posted by Humam

Artist : Jon Shaw Paintings © Posted by Humam

Omar Shammah - Syrian Artist Portraits from Syria Series "It's been almost two years since the start of the Syrian crisis... Since then, lots of Syrians were lost, either murdered or kidnapped... lots of Syrians lost their houses, businesses, and fortunes... Well, I'm one of those who couldn't help but to leave their houses, and I'm just so lucky not to stay in refugee camp, school, or even out on the streets. Where I'm staying now, there's a charity organization which give food and clothes for poor people who come everyday and wait for their share of goods for the month. Here are some portraits of these people, who fight everyday for that tiny hope they still have, that the conflict will be brought to an end soon... an end that shall save our beloved Syria."

Leaf Art by Lorenzo Duran

Lorenzo Duran, better known under the name of Naturayarte, creates some beautiful pieces that makes using leaves that he cut. A selection of works of …

Artist: Alexandrovich Russov Born: January 31, 1926 - Leningrad, Soviet Union Died: February 20, 1987 - Leningrad, Soviet Union Nationality: Russian Field: Painting, Graphics, Sculpture Training: Tavricheskaya Art School, Repin Institute of Arts Movement: Realism http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lev_Russov http://www.leningradartist.com/rusl_e.html Posted by Lara

Artist: Ali Maani Mixed media on canvas - 100 x 100 cm https://www.facebook.com/ali.maani1?hc_location=timeline Posted by Lara

Dusan Djukaric lives and works in Belgrade. very respected and esteemed master of watercolor painting, who dominates the atmosphere of the painting with ease, equally successful in all motifs: city and genre scenes, marines, nudes, landscapes. He paints the world and events around us, introducing us to the great mystery of watercolor painting, the most difficult panting discipline. Member of the Association of Applied Arts Artists and Designers of Serbia. http://www.dusandjukaric.com/ https://www.facebook.com/dusan.djukaricii?fref=ts https://www.facebook.com/ Posted by Lara

Artist: Cyrus Ebrahimi Watercolor https://www.facebook.com/CyrusEbrahimiFineArt?fref=ts Posted by Lara

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Victor Bauer - American -figurative Painter http://www.victorbauer.com/ Posted by Lara

New Shadow Figure from Fabric

Kumi Yamashita, after her series Shadow Portraits, imagined Veil, a temporary installation at the Villa Como in Italy in the 23th edition of …

Artist: Christine Comyn Christine Comyn was born in Tielt, Belgium in 1957. She studied at the St. Luke Academy in Ghent, Belgium, and later on at the Pedagogic Institute for Promotion, also in Ghent with the intention of becoming an educator. In 1981, she began teaching at the Academy of Modern Art in her hometown of Tielt. Read more at: http://www.soussanart.com/artist.php?id=10 posted by Lee

Contemporary artists update still life traditions

Weekly Roundup

Sally Mann’s photographs inspire new work, Maya Lin sculpts a landscape, Allora & Calzadilla explore rifts and borders, and more in this week’s …

Artist: Liu Yuanshou 1967, Born in Beijing, China http://www.galeriedumonde.com/artist/canvas/LiuYuanshou/biography/ posted by Lee

Sweeping Bamboo Gate Simulates Calligraphy Brushstrokes

<i>Blossom Gate</i> is an artistic new take on the function of a gate that complements its surrounding landscape. The visually striking bamboo structure, a sight to be seen on its own, references the surrounding natural environment and is meant to physically convey the endings of brushstrokes seen in …

Puddle-Shaped Mirrors Look Just Like Actual Water

This incredibly realistic, rippling installation, entitled <i>Mizukagami (Water Mirror)</i>, was created by Japanese art director and designer Rikako Nagashima in collaboration with designer Hideto Hyoudou. The true to life forms are actually made out of acrylic and were installed by the two artists …

Artist : Nunzio Paci © Posted by Humam