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Rush, new work oil on canvas

by buffaloman , January 15, 2017—12:00 AM

Topics: New, canvas, expressionism, large, modern, oil, textured

Just finished a new painting heavy textured oil on canvas 22_28 abstract "landscape"… Continue reading… 0 comments

African Art

by yerene , January 12, 2017—10:53 AM

Topics: Arts, african, paintings

Original art paintings from Africa. Oil and Acrylics for sale. A focus on African Tradition and Culture, also the wonders of Nature( how splendid and incomprehensible). I also paint on demand. contact me on whatsapp = +237670879583 or email= yerenearts@gmail… Continue reading… 0 comments

Dog (tri-color King Charles Cavalier) like my Mickie! & Cat themed Animal art done in coloring book with art markers -- too fun, and please let me know what you… Continue reading… 0 comments

Recently completed Tiffany Window design on vellum with art markers… Continue reading… 0 comments

This piece is the one of the most unique and favorite of all. It blesses and flourishes the home with the perfect balance creating a expansion atmosphere to recreate life in the home. On the streets, people were amazed at this particular… Continue reading… 0 comments

inMovimento di Andrea Benetti a cura di Ilaria Schipani 26 > 29.01.2017 Inaugurazione ore 18:00 del 27.01.2017 Sabato dalle 10:00 alle 00:30 ex Ospedale dei Bastardini Via Massimo D'Azeglio, 41- 40123 - Bologna inMovimento Terre colorate, ruggini ed incisioni danno vita a contemporanei petroglifi i cui soggetti non sono pi_¹ bottini di caccia e lotte tra i primi uomini e animali, ma i simboli pi_¹ acclamati della nostra era: macchine, areoplani, treni, la mitica Vespa 50 special, mezzi di trasporto che permettono all__â„¢uomo 3.0 di essere sempre inMovimento e che Andrea Benetti utilizza per ricondurci invece indietro nel tempo, come __ solito fare attraverso la sua Arte Neorupestre… Continue reading… 0 comments

I call you 'followers' but that does not mean that I lead. I could have chosen 'fans' but find it a tad pretentious. You are my viewing public, arbiters of authenticity rather than trends, and above all, dedicated to the multiple reincarnations of my art. For that, I thank you. For your generous patronage, I am grateful. And (dare I say it?) somewhat surprised. After all, I am entirely self-taught. I plod along, determined to continue on this path which seems to be so right for me. Of course, I am plagued by the occasional self-doubt, as when I worried that you, my viewers, would not like my latest abstract paintings… Continue reading…

elf with fairy

by jaybaba37 , January 1, 2017—01:11 PM

Topics: elf, fairy, green

acrylic painting on canvas board. 100% cotton… Continue reading… 0 comments

HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL

by neeruart , December 30, 2016—11:00 PM

Topics: Well wishes, greetings, happy new year

I wish a very happy and prosperous new year to all artists, members, art lovers around the world… Continue reading… 0 comments

"Pont Marie", Paris

by paunovicart , December 30, 2016—12:00 AM

Topics: Paris, canvas, cityscape, oil on canvas, paintings, winter

I was inspirated by that Paris beautiful motif… Continue reading… 0 comments

"Boulevard", 1930

by paunovicart , December 30, 2016—12:00 AM

Topics: Paris, canvas, cityscape, paintings, winter

I was inspirated by past time. I hope that the visitors will feel that feeling… Continue reading… 0 comments

"Rue de Marmousets", Paris 1865

by paunovicart , December 30, 2016—12:00 AM

Topics: Paris, canvas, cityscape, paintings, winter

I was inspirated by past time. I hope that the visitors will feel that feeling… Continue reading… 0 comments

"Rue du Haut-Pave", Paris 1858

by paunovicart , December 30, 2016—12:00 AM

Topics: Paris, canvas, cityscape, paintings, winter

I was inspirated by past time- I hope that the visitors will feel that feeling… Continue reading… 0 comments

"By the river"

by paunovicart , December 30, 2016—12:00 AM

Topics: Landscape, canvas, paintings, winter

I was inspirated by that wanderful motif… Continue reading… 0 comments

"Winter motif"

by paunovicart , December 30, 2016—12:00 AM

Topics: Landscape, canvas, paintings, winter

I was inspirated by that wanderful motif… Continue reading… 0 comments

This abstract photograph was taken at the top level of the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts in Philadelphia. It's a view between two glass walls that make up the top part of the facade of the building. The left wall reflects lights of the traffic on Broad Street below. At the top left is a bit of fuchsia roof lighting in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness; this photograph was taken in October. In the center of the image, the Atlantic Building can be seen outside a portion of the vaulted steel and glass roof. http://ronablack.com/featured/between-glass-walls-rona-black.html. www.ronablack.com 0 comments

A very cute photograph (you can't really "stage" these things!) taken during last year's Super Bowl was used as reference for this pencil drawing of my friend's dog, Lucky. I used colored pencil for the party hat and favor and a 2B pencil for the rest. It was used for a birthday card. I feel it's an appropriate post for this time of year: Best wishes for a happy, healthy Christmas season to the hardworking ArtId staff and my fellow ArtId artists… Continue reading… 0 comments

My Beard And My Art

by beardoilpledge , December 14, 2016—12:00 AM

Topics: All Posts

It was 12 months ago now that I first grew a beard It was a time of great creative inspiration in my life. If you think back to the great artists of the last 1000 years, there are many that come to mind who sported incredible beards. Rembrandt, El Greco and Cezanne - to name but a few. Do you see any connection between facial hair and creativity? You see I have a theory about it. I posit that artistic impulse is driven by testosterone. Testosterone is known as the risk taking hormone. And it is also the hormone responsible for facial hair growth. Great artists have to take great risks - not only to bare their souls open on the canvas, but often to sacrifice their financial stability for the sake of pursuing their chosen path in life… Continue reading… 0 comments

Scotland: Hatches here at last

by xaunlark , December 13, 2016—12:00 AM

Topics: fishing, hunting, survial

Fly hatches, or rather the lack of them, have often featured in my reports this year, but I can be more positive this month and say that winged insects have been appearing in considerable numbers at many venues. I witnessed an amazing mayfly hatch during a trip to the Lake of Menteith with a best compound bow to go to hunting, and this was in early July. Large flies too, which seemed to get the fish feeding. Debates might continue about fish feeding on adult mayfly but we saw plenty of these insects alight on the water, only to be promptly sucked under… Continue reading…

Finally made an Artid Account!

by Essdesigns23 , December 8, 2016—12:12 AM

Topics: All Posts

Landscape and Abstract Artist. I mostly enjoy oil paints and watercolor! Finally made an Artid Account! which I am happy about :) I have over 150 paintings, only 6 of which are displayed on Artid. Im really trying to get my art out there so im hoping this will help! The rest of my art can be found on the links on my profile… Continue reading… 0 comments

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