For artist Sophie Green, animals are more than creative muses. The UK-based painter captures giraffes, bison, elephants, and other creatures in photorealistic portraits which celebrate each subject's unique beauty and raise awareness of their vulnerability. Moreover, the award-winning fine artist donates 10% of her profits to wildlife and conservation charities.
Korean artist Soey Milk imagines colorful dreamscapes occupied by ethereal young women layered in luxuriously patterned fabrics.
Beauty doesn't only exist on the ground. In fact, some of the most scenic views only exist in the sky.
Munich-based David Ambarzumjan is known for his surreal landscape paintings that depict two distinct time periods on one canvas. His ongoing series, titled Brushstrokes in Time, sees present-day scenes with giant, contrasting brushstrokes that sweep through the composition and act as a portal to a previous time. “This collection,” Ambarzumjan explains, “showcases how both the force of nature and humanity shaped our planet in sometimes beautiful but also devastating ways.
Looking at one of Ksenya Verse‘s paintings is a good reminder to look at the sky more often.
All animals enjoy a beautiful day outside.
Canadian artist Dory (aka bigbluetang) creates tiny portals into beautiful, rainbow dreamscapes. She uses an array of candy-colored hues to render expressive gouache paintings of pink cloudy skies, purple sunsets, and blue mountainscapes inside her sketchbooks. Dory is currently a third-year student at Emily Carr University of Art & Design in Vancouver, Canada.
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Portrait paintings don't just capture people's outward appearance, but often reveal aspects about the figure's life or character.
Plants and animals work harmoniously together every day to create a beautiful ecosystem. Although the beauty of this relationship often escapes our attention, Los Angeles-based artist Jon Ching brings it to the forefront with his striking, yet beguiling series of oil paintings. Each of these fantastical pieces combines species of flora and fauna in unique hybrids that the artist fondly refers to as “flauna.
Although Wassily Kandinsky and Piet Mondrian are often regarded as the pioneers of European abstract art, it was actually Swedish...
Nature has always been a source of inspiration for artists, but the beach is a particularly recurrent theme throughout art...