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What the Hands Say

By Robert Auberon

Figurative artists often say that hands are the hardest to draw or paint.

When I visited the Sistine Chapel my eye was drawn emphatically towards the famous point where the two hands meet. 330 more words

Contemporary Art

Voluntad que se derrama más allá de la corteza

Title: Voluntad que se derrama más allá de la corteza

Technique: Acrylic over canvas

Dimensions: 100 cm x 80 cm

Figurative Art

Clean and Simple Pinewood Frames

As the days go by, ever so quickly, the simple pinewood frames I am loving more, and more. And not only, but the light painted, soft, pastel paints as well. 205 more words

Awakening Upon Death of the Bride of the Creature: details and analysis

I’m pretty happy with this piece. It blends several of my approaches, resulting in a non-cliched Sci-Fi, mixed with an Impressionist treatment, Baconian distortions, and faux painterly flairs including Van Gogh brush strokes. 946 more words


Niya Lee - Silver City, New Mexico

Briefly describe the work you do.

Seeking rich abundance and relation with the natural world that is seemingly at conflict with our culture, I have been working on a series of sculptures depicting humans that are colonized by other life forms and natural elements. 1,543 more words

Mike Krome's Blood Countess

All this talk of Erzbet Bathori/Elizabeth Bathory, the infamous Hungarian ‘Blood Countess’ who appears along with her evil descendants in James Rollins and Rebecca Cantrell’s… 46 more words