Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Famous Palettes

Check out the palettes of 3 famous artists. You can tell a lot about their style by how they kept their palettes.

#1 = Gauguin
#2 = Seurat
#3 = Van Gogh

Kim Iberg

These welded steel structures are by Texas artist Kim Iberg. You can see more of her work at Fine Art America.

Judith Plotner

"My current work integrates my life experiences as an artist. Incorporating my love of fabric and collage and my training as a painter and printmaker, I have embarked on an explorative journey in this new body of work. The subject matter of my work is deeply internalized. I often use random thoughts and symbols - sometimes interconnected, sometimes seemingly unconnected, and frequently work using a stream of consciousness thought process. Text is frequently incorporated as part of the message. Utilizing the surface techniques of monoprint, photo transfer, photocopy, silkscreen, stamping, printing and dye, paint and oil stick I am blurring the edges of quiltmaking, painting and printmaking." - Judith Plotner

To see more of her work go to her website.

Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Mimi Logothetis

These printed porcelain pieces are by artist Mimi Logothetis. To see more of her work go to the International Museum of Print and Clay.

Rosanna Anson

These intriguing images are by photographer Rosanna Anson. To see more of her work go to her website.

Carol-lynn Swol

"In creating jewelry, material and the passion for material manipulation help drive my creative process. This passion led me to begin creating pieces with Tyvek, a plastic product that feels as delicate as paper, but is far more durable. It is in the duality of this material that I yearn to find a sophisticated balance between durability and ephemeral seeming and between intentionality and spontaneity in design and form. In this collection of work I have dyed, burned, tufted and stacked the Tyvek to create various forms, colors, and textures." - Carol-lynn Swol

To see more of her work go to her website.

Monday, June 28, 2010

Larry Brown

These mixed media pieces are by artist Larry Brown. To see more of his work go to Butters Gallery.

Maryann Webster

These mixed media porcelain doll pieces are part of the "Effigy" series by artist Maryann Webster. To see more of her work go to Science in Art.

Alain Douglas Park

These intricate ink on paper pieces are by artist Alain Douglas Park. To see more of this series go to his Flickr page.

Friday, June 25, 2010

Tim Tate

These mixed media glass pieces are by D.C. artist Tim Tate. To see more of his intriguing work go to The Fraser Gallery or at his website.

Brigitte Carnochan

These hand-painted photographs are by artist Brigitte Carnochan. To see more of her beautiful work go to her website.

Stacey Bentley

These industrial liquid enamel and iron wire jewelry pieces are by artist Stacey Bentley. To see more of her work go to her website.

Thursday, June 24, 2010

Ran Hwang

These button and push pin pieces are by artist Ran Hwang. To see more of her amazing work go to Kaysha Hildebrand Gallery.

Fritz Dietel

These wood and pigmented epoxy pieces are by Philadelphia artist Fritz Dietel. To see more of his work go to his website. (p.s. I love the photo on his home page)

Rea Afantitou

These abstract pieces are by Cyprus artist Rea Afantitou. To see more of her work go to Argo Gallery.
via Drooel.