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The exuberance and confidence radiating from Hayley Mitchell's cubist-inspired faces is contagious. It's impossible not to be in good spirits after taking in more →
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There's something so satisfying about the Donald Martiny's hefty brushstrokes. These larger than life pieces of art are more like sculptures than paintings, as more →
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By extracting elements from his worldly travels and his love of mythology, cultural traditions and different eras of art history, German-based artist and more →
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It's amazing how heavy brushstrokes can bring so much realism and life into a painting with such simple composition. I'm absolutely smitten with these works more →
Colorful Road | HonestlyWTF
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When Grant Haffner drives, he feels alive. The Long Island based artist paints prismatic landscapes inspired by long drives on the open highways in his home more →
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A flower isn't just a flower. Vancouver artist Bobbie Burgers' paintings recontextualize flowers with her wonderfully emotional and provocative brush strokes more →
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A peanut shell, a pretzel stick, an onion skin, a coffee bean, a grain of rice . . . there isn't a single surface too small or too delicate for Hasan Kale. more →
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If there is only one requirement I have while flying, it's that I must have a window seat. I feel claustrophobic without it - and I just love staring out the more →
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I can't stop ogling at these photorealistic oil paintings of cacti by Korean artist Kwongho Lee - probably because my brain hasn't fully grasped the fact that more →
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Remember Lorraine Loots, the artist who took on a 365 day challenge of creating one miniature painting, on a 10cm x 10cm piece of paper, for every day for an more →
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