Fun and fabulous art — Lady Kamberlyn…. intuitive guidance and spiritual advice

This seafoam painting looks like cake frosting! It’s actually modeling paste, and I am so excited to know that I can use this acrylic medium with my oil paints. I love the dimension it adds! via Fun and fabulous art — Lady Kamberlyn.... intuitive guidance and spiritual advice

Shadow Spotlight: Native Americans in Art — SHADOWBOXERINC

11.18.19 Hello again… Shadow Spotlight Week, featuring Native Americans in the creative fields. I have found about several Native American artists that are making their mark in the present. Nicholas Galanin As an artist, Nicholas Galanin has utilized a wide range of tools and techniques and tapped into influences from conceptual art, pop culture, indigenous […] … Continue reading Shadow Spotlight: Native Americans in Art — SHADOWBOXERINC

Bisa Butler: Textile art inspired by vintage photographs of African Americans —

Butler, a formally trained African American artist of Ghanaian heritage, broaches the dividing line between creating with paints on canvas and creating with fiber by fashioning magnificent quilts and elevating a medium hitherto designated as craft into one that is clearly high art. While quilts have historically been isolated in the history of art as […] … Continue reading Bisa Butler: Textile art inspired by vintage photographs of African Americans —

Bruno Torfs’ garden of magickal and mystical beings in Australia’s Yarra Valley — Life & Soul Magazine

Sculptor and Artist Bruno Torfs’ garden, part of the luscious sub-alpine forests of Australia’s Marysville, is home to a wonderful array of magickal and mystical beings that he himself carved from wood and made using earthenware. Bruno’s Art & Sculpture Garden, located in Melbourne’s Yarra Valley, has long been a haven for those with a […] … Continue reading Bruno Torfs’ garden of magickal and mystical beings in Australia’s Yarra Valley — Life & Soul Magazine

‘traveler’ — Gretchen Del Rio’s Art Blog

“If all the beasts were gone, men would die from a great loneliness of spirit. For whatever happens to the beasts, soon happens to man. All things are connected.” ― Chief Seattle Anyone pausing to view this painting would know how precious is our wild life but there are so many humans who have not […] … Continue reading ‘traveler’ — Gretchen Del Rio’s Art Blog