Thursday, December 31, 2009

Cypress tree of oil paintings

This is my own oil painting picture. I took a set, and we painted it from a photograph. The cypress tree is looked at from single angle and the mountains from another.

Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Unicorn Original oil paintings

In his determined pursuit of perfection, Ramirez would paint each painting hundreds, sometimes thousands of times. Limited quantities of these numbered original oil paintings are only obtainable through Archie McPhee. Each painting is set in a 25" x 19" frame, signed and numbered by the performer, and is positive to be a huge conversation piece for any area in your home or office.

Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Journey to Titanic ship paintings

A few top quality original paintings from Roger Bansemer's book Journey to Titanic are still available to collectors. Bansemer is known around the world for his artistic skills and is measured on of America's premier marine and lighthouse painters. These works of art are true collector’s items and are usually priced higher than other Bansemer paintings because of the historic status from which they were created. The paintings are for those who want individual and unique work in their Titanic collection from and artist/author who has really spent time on the ocean floor with this great ship during the 2000 and 2005 expeditions.

Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Gifted Shell Paintings

These shells are all glued level, not overlapping like on the frame above. We could have painted the wood heart plate before we began, but chose not to. The wood shape came with a clear hanger attached at top center, so we just left it on.

Saturday, December 19, 2009

Birds in Oil Paintings

Passionately to color and am particularly lured by simple yet sensual organic forms and the exciting realm of vibrant colors, shapes and textures found in nature. My work is collected in a very conscientious and exacting process. Color is built up from the full spectrum, foundation with violets, then blues, etc., and finally highlighting to bird hints of original color showing through. The glazing process is repeated to distill glow.

Thursday, December 17, 2009

A Royal Art line hits Academy show

Paintings from the collection of Prince Hans-Adam II were to be revealed at the Royal Academy then autumn.

However unrelated dispute with HM Revenue and Customs over a painting by Sanchez Coello, the prince has determined to pull the exhibition.

The Royal Academy of Arts has supposed it is "very disappointed" at the decision.

The dispute centres on Spanish Renaissance painting The Infante Don Diego by Sanchez Coello, which was bought by the prince.

Monday, December 14, 2009

Animals Design Face painting

Australian marvel design Face Painting Convention, sat in on one of his classes and was lucky enough to even model for him!...

I also saw him teach at the Face & Body Art worldwide Convention in Orlando (that I also taught at) so I can say with out distrust he is one of the best face painting teachers around, and his designs are just incredible!

Saturday, December 12, 2009

Flowers painted art works

The King of Flowers painted art works that were not only logically accurate, but also pleasing to the eye. Prints of his botanical paintings are still admired with those who wish to add an genuine touch to rooms decorated in the Romantic, English Country, French Country, and Cottage styles.

Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Jude Griebel Art-Paintings

Jude Griebel is a Montreal-based artist, and his work focuses on the concession of identity through narrative imagery, drawn from both story bound and biographical contexts. His paintings show individuals in allegorical and mystical situations, imbuing everyday settings with otherworldly significance. Figures are typically depict in states of vanishing, suggesting escape and disengagement from the realities of life. The liminal impression of these works pays honor to the transitory and mythological settings of picture book illustration, archival spirit photography, and dramatic stage design.

Friday, December 4, 2009

Natural Painted Boundaries

It shows a young boy in the background looking into the lens while implementation the camera, and a little girl in the foreground with her hand on the frame with fingers outer surface of what would be the natural boundaries of a posed environment.

This historian has optional that the view we see is in fact that of a lanternslide as it would shown in painted form, thus the name, and the slight humour in combination the two discoveries in the same picture. It is not branded if Van Loo painted lantern slide. The painting resides in the National porch of Art.