Bride by casimir0304 on DeviantArt
It's all about my lovely wife.It was planned putting on my wedding reception.But my thoughts was too much, it was delayed for one year to finish it.BTW,... Bride
Gallery: East Meets West in Hush’s Klimt-esque ‘Twin’ Series
UK graffiti artist Hush has made his stateside return with Twin, a new exhibition that recently opened at New Image Art Gallery in West Hollywood. A trained graphic designer and illustrator, Hush is known for his layered murals that combine street…
Masks, Carnival of Venice. Italy 2012© Nora de Angelli / www.noraphotos.com
It is said that the Carnival of Venice was originated from a victory of the "Repubblica della Serenissima", Venice previous name, against the Patriarch of Aquileia, Ulrico in the year 1162. In the honour of this victory, the people started to dance and make reunions in San Marco Square. Apparently this festival started on that period and become official in the Renaissance. After a long absence, the Carnival return to operate in 1979. The Italian government decided to bring back the history…
Expressive Paintings by Chie Yoshii | Inspiration Grid
Recent work by Chie Yoshii (previously), a Japanese artist based in Los Angeles. “Her work is inspired by the relationship between human psychology and mythical …
Delicious Comfort: Artistic Cakes by Jessica Leigh Clark-Bojin | Журнал Ярмарки Мастеров
Delicious Comfort: Artistic Cakes by Jessica Leigh Clark-Bojin: – Журнал Ярмарки Мастеров о рукоделии, творчестве, дизайне. ✓Читай! ✓Узнавай! ✓Делись!
RetroAtelier | Ritorno al fascino che fù
Retro Atelier is a Ukraine-based collective that creates stunning conceptual photography inspired by days gone by. Its collection features a wide array of series from Art Nouveau-inspired images to unique styles reminiscent of early Art Deco, Pin-Up and glamor photography.
Angela Betta Casale, 1954 | Figurative / Symbolist painter
Angela Betta Casale was born in Turin, Italy, she’s a free spirit with artistic vocation. After her studies she dedicated herself to a career as a graphic artist, yet never completely leaving behind painting, first as Maestro Amerigo Carella’s apprentice, then totally devoted herself to art, since 1999. She pursued her own path of enrichment, comparison, and no emulation, heading more and more to a totally personal style, which is used to convey her ideas and feelings through her works.