Painting

September 20, 2020

Torn Cardboard Is Reimagined as Vast Oceans for These Tiny Painted Swimmers

Iranian artist Golsa Golchini specializes in adding tiny ocean-dwelling people to her paintings. Previously, she has placed them within sculptural strokes of paint, and now, she's exploring more unconventional mediums in which to show her whimsical figures. Entitled Invisible Waters, Golchini's newest series reimagines sheets of cardboard as an aquatic backdrop for acrylic renderings of swimmers, sunbathers, and other beachgoers.

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September 6, 2020

Spectacular Starry Paintings Explore the Endless Depths of Outer Space

While some artists find inspiration in the familiar beauty of nature, others look to the stars. Los Angeles-based artist Lanchen Mihalic (also called Lanchen Designs) creates incredible paintings that explore the mesmerizing depths of outer space. She decorates canvases of various shapes and sizes with depictions of swirling nebulae, galaxies, and planets. Mihalic's vast portfolio surveys a myriad of celestial scenes in a range of fantastical color schemes.

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August 24, 2020

Artist Fills Her Sketchbook Pages Many Tiny Portraits of Wanderlust-Worthy Landscapes

Artist Rosa F explores the splendid color palettes found in nature through delicate paintings. In her sketchbook, she transports us to misty mountains, lush forests, and serene plains all with her expertly crafted scenes and ethereal hues. Rosa works primarily in acrylic inks, watercolor, and gouache. She switches her media depending on the subject matter and mood of the landscape she's painting.

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