Victoria Butcher

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Painting by Alyssa Monks Circle oil on linen 48 x 72 inches

Artist: Laurie Kaplowitz – USA Source: https://www.facebook.com/Meninasparasempre Posted by Lara

Nice Art by @RubenBelloso http://t.co/5APfuNqC5C

I can Almost see Sunday from here... "The pale stars were sliding into their places. The whispering of the leaves was almost hushed. All about them it was still and shadowy and sweet. It was that wonderful moment when, for lack of a visible horizon, the not yet darkened world seems infinitely greater— a moment when anything can happen, anything be believed in." ~Olivia Howard Dunbar Artist~Claudia Tremblay

Michael Sweere, USA recent work in mosaic http://www.michaelsweeremosaic.com/ Posted by Lara

pigolio:

Non basta guardare, occorre guardare con occhi che vogliono vedere, che credono in quello che vedono.<p>Galileo Galilei

Portraits #Painted with Coffee on Century-Old Ledger Paper by Michael Aaron Williams

See the latest work by Ray Caesar in our next print issue: http://store.hifructose.com/products/hi-fructose-volume-31-pre-order with an interview by Nastia Voynovskaya

Mark Ryden's "Tree Show" Postcard Microportfolio is now back in stock in the Hi-Fructose store!: http://store.hifructose.com/collections/other-items/products/mark-rydens-tree-show-postcard-microportfolio

Federico Pietrella creates amazing paintings simply using a rubber date stamp and the current date. Check out more of his paintings now on the blog: http://hifructose.com/2014/02/28/25608/

Eric Corrigan

Eric Corrigan

artchipel:

Federico Infante - The Pathology of Nowhere<p>View WIP video here

loveyourchaos:

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motleycraft-o-rama:

Lovely things

pinskal:

Street art in Greece<br>by PichiAvo.<br>Photo by PichiAvo.

f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

The Mandala, the Sanskrit term for “Circle”, is a spiritual and ritualistic symbol in both Hinduism and Buddhism. It is a shape and symbol that represents wholeness, and portrays a relationship to the infinite, the world that extends both beyond and within our bodies and minds. In Other Worldly, it is re-imagined by two of our featured artists, Amy Cheng and Paula Brett. Amy Cheng’s “Mandala” series was inspired by six months spent in Brazil in 2010 on a Fulbright Fellowship. These abstract, …

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Walter CRANE Almond Blossom and Swallow

SUBMISSION:

SUBMISSION:<p>Earthscape: 48x36 Acrylic mixed media on canvas. I’m fascinated by the primordial soup of life, from the smallest atom to the galaxies and the unrelenting life force that continually recreates us every day.

Zhu Naizheng(朱 乃正 Chinese, b.1935)

<b>Zhu Naizheng</b>(朱 乃正 Chinese, b.1935)

冬木立 (Fuyu-Kodachi) / Clump of Trees in the Winter, 1976, Hoshi, Joichi / 星 襄一. Japanese (1913 - 1979) - woodblock -

<i>冬木立 (Fuyu-Kodachi) / Clump of Trees in the Winter</i>, 1976, Hoshi, Joichi / 星 襄一. Japanese (1913 - 1979) - woodblock -

木 / Tree, Joichi Hoshi / 星襄一. Japanese (1913 - 1979)

<i>木 / Tree</i>, Joichi Hoshi / 星襄一. Japanese (1913 - 1979)<br>- woodblock -

Sturmische See bei Nacht, ca 1932, Christian Rohlfs. Germany (1849 - 1938) - watercolor -

<i>Sturmische See bei Nacht</i>, ca 1932, Christian Rohlfs. Germany (1849 - 1938) - watercolor -

Paintings by Kristin Vestgård