Marcel Ceuppens

Get the clouds away and you'll finally be able to see again

Robert and Shana ParkeHarrison - surreal fantasies. / "My photographs tell stories of loss, human struggle, and personal exploration within landscapes scarred by technology and over-use…. [I] strive to metaphorically and poetically link laborious actions, idiosyncratic rituals and strangely crude machines into tales about our modern experience." --Robert ParkeHarrison

by Robert and Shana Parkeharrison : photographers

Hollie Chastain


Hollie Chastain’s website

Shadows, Libin, Belgium I by Keiko Tanabe Watercolor ~ 13 x 19 inches (33x48 cm)

Shadows, Libin, Belgium I by Keiko Tanabe Watercolor ~ 13 x 19 inches (33x48 cm)

Symmetrees by Olivier Latta

Jordan Daines

abstract landscapes by jordan daines via the lending library.

"No se trata de pintar la vida, se trata de hacer viva la pintura." Paul Cézanne

The Optimist, by Matheus Lopes.

Untitled-tundra Feb 2013 100x150 cm   Anna Potter

Untitled tundra, Feb by Anna Potter


Architect’s Brother is a very beautiful series of photographs by artists Robert and Shana ParkeHarrison. The architect, here, seems to be God and his brother seems to have been in charge of setting up the World at its creation.

I found a site to support my digital painting habit.

Teaches how to paint clouds via software but the article is a good read for acrylic painting pointers too.

Collage by Andrew Lundwall

Reminds me of Boblo Island. Collage by Andrew Lundwall

Fumiko Toda - Google Search

Fumiko Toda - The night before

Saatchi Online Artist: Deedra Ludwig; Oil, 2011, Painting Rituals

Deedra Ludwig Rituals oil, soil, gold leaf on canvas, 2012 x

Handling sumps  2008/2009  Oil on canvas  195 x 140 cm (76.77 x 55.12 in)  hubert scheibl

Handling sumps Oil on canvas 195 x 140 cm x in) hubert scheibl

Peter Rotter, Thunderhead, 20" x 40" ,Oil on Canvas, 2013

Peter Rotter, Thunderhead, x ,Oil on Canvas, 2013

When we dreams, sometimes sounds crazy but, at least we DREAMS to live our life and just HANG ON the sky...more higher, higher and higher :)

Artur Mura i Nadia