Ebbs & Flows

I’m in absolute awe of San Francisco based artist Tobias Tovera‘s richly saturated paintings. The calming hues, fluid movements and visable energies in his pieces are reminiscent of elements in nature like wood, ocean waves and clouds. Take a moment and get lost in them with me, won’t you?

(see more of Tobias Tovera’s work here)

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  1. I remember trying to create images like this is high school in art school.
    Suffice it to say that these are far superior and much more magical.
    Thank you for sharing these. 🙂

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  2. this is so amazing! such pretty print! would love to buy a shirt if they are ever available!
    xo, Tina
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  3. Kate wrote:

    These really are kind of soothing to look at…they reming me of crystals and gem stones…lovely

    <3 Kate
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  4. Miss K wrote:

    Amazing stuff!!!

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  5. Patrice wrote:

    Beautiful. The richness of color is so gorgeous.

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  6. Maria wrote:

    Oh my goodness gracious, this is SO beautiful.

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  7. I agree, very beautiful! – Aliya
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  8. Margot K wrote:

    I am in so in love with this art that I contacted the artist! Trying to see about buying one!!

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  9. This is stuff I’ve always wanted to do, but didn’t have the ability to. It’s amazing!

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  10. Jen Z wrote:

    These are fantastic pieces. Love the atmosphere!!

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  11. style-xyz wrote:

    beautiful colors!

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  12. Julie Khuu wrote:

    Wow, gorgeous! I’ve been so into watercolor prints lately…the fluid movement has such a 70’s quality about it…relaxes you in an instant! Love this!

    I’m hosting 5 days of GIVEAWAYS in honor of my blog’s 2yr anniversary…would love for you to stop by and check it out!

    xo-Julie
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  13. Tamberine wrote:

    Ah, simply beautiful!

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  14. Johnnybell wrote:

    Amazing Art work.
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    4.22.12
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  15. Alison wrote:

    So gorgeous. The colours are just amazing.

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  16. I lost myself in those images. If only i was standing in front of them. the one painting gave me a sense of freedom, emerging from something into the light. Into promise. Sick art man

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  17. Celinda Glasper wrote:

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  18. Anne Cohen wrote:

    The art here is beautiful! Appreciate the creativity! Anne Cohen Tumblr

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