likeafieldmouse:

Nicholas Hughes - In Darkness Visible, Verses I & II (2005-7)

No lightbut rather darkness visible—John Milton

likeafieldmouse:

Richard Wright - Untitled (2014)

midnight-charm:

"Everyday Romance"
Lonneke Engel by Gilles Bensimon for Elle September 1998

midnight-charm:

"Everyday Romance"

Lonneke Engel by Gilles Bensimon for Elle September 1998

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ljosio:

Adolf Münzer, Das verlorene Paradies (1902)

ljosio:

Adolf Münzer, Das verlorene Paradies (1902)

itscontemporary:

Takashi Kuribayashi - Forest from Forest 

http://www.koreaherald.com/view.php?ud=20110828000130

http://www.beyondmuseum.com/

http://www.designboom.com/art/takashi-kuribayashi-paper-forest-wald-aus-wald-for-sapporo-international-art-festival-08-17-2014/

saatchiart:

What are the major themes you pursue in your work?
I often experiment and work with nature and people, preferably in timeless atmospheres with anonymous identities. I aim to create art that everyone is able to relate to, in one way or another. I enjoy being expressive in my work, while still keeping the symbiosis between man and nature in my work’s scenery.


Discover this week’s artist to watch, Christoffer Relander.

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efedra:

The Grove, 2012 by Aron Wiesenfeld

efedra:

The Grove, 2012 by Aron Wiesenfeld

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tri-ciclo:

Vênus e pássaro – estudo – Milton Dacosta

tri-ciclo:


Vênus e pássaro – estudo – Milton Dacosta

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likeafieldmouse:

Edward Hopper

1. Morning Sun (1952)

2. Interior (Woman Reading) (1925)

3. Automat (1927)

4. Intermission (1963)

5. City Sunlight (1954)

coalblack:

Jacob van Loon
Landscape Resets 5-9

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saatchiart:

Each week, we showcase an emerging artist from around the world who is already garnering attention for their work.

What are the major themes you pursue in your work?
The human experience, femininity, and isolation seem to show up over and over in my work. In my latest watercolor series, I tried to explore human emotions. I grew up in a family that is part Asian, which tends to discourage emotional expression, especially in women. I think this series in part resulted from me exploring and trying to understand my upbringing’s effect upon me.

Check out our exclusive look at artist Lisa Krannichfeld.

hifas:

Sunset, PurpleAnn Woo

hifas:

Sunset, Purple
Ann Woo

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likeafieldmouse:

Jeremy Everett - No Exit (2014)

jreuss:

A Stranger To Himself
2014. Acrylics, charcoal & pastels. 70x60 cm
By John Reuss

jreuss:

A Stranger To Himself

2014. Acrylics, charcoal & pastels. 70x60 cm

By John Reuss

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