Inspired – Miki Lowe

Inspiring!

Enjoy the beautiful minimal collages by Miki Lowe.

You can also find the artist on Tumblr and Instagram.

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Inspired – Pippa Young

Inspiring!

I love the amazing altered vintage portraits realised by Pippa Young. See the whole series, called Interventions, here.

You can also find the artist on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Sue Williams A’Court – Dreamy Landscapes

Pastel palette!

Last summer I was lucky enough to see some of Sue Williams A’Court Paintings in a gallery in London.

I thought to see just small scaled drawings, but Sue works on very large scale too. The pictures online don’t give a proper scale of how big her works are, and they are so amazing! These delicate graphite landscapes are surrounded by pastel shades and a sense of retro nostalgia.

I couldn’t decide what to show in the gallery, so I picked two entire series. One is about her collages, the other one is a Series of drawings on book covers. If you love her works as I do, you can follow her on Twitter and Instagram.

 

Lara Meintjes – Floral Interiors

Colours explosion!

The South African artist Lara Meintjes paintings “wink” back to Matisse artworks, especially the still life ones.

But Lara adds a personal touch to each piece, creating bright interior design compositions and still life flower arrangements full of life. I can see a perfect rainbow unicorn universe in them!

You can also see her works on Saatchi Art, and follow her on Instagram.

Kirstin Lamb – Colorful Installations

Pop and bright!

I really enjoyed the amazing installations by The American artist Kirstin Lamb.

As a lover and collector of vintage ephemera of any kind, Kristin recreates that sense of retro style into her paintings, in both of her abstract and portraits works. After that, she arranges each art piece into a room, creating beautiful and colorful installations of paintings that “speak” to each other.

You can find Kristin on Facebook and Instagram too.

Ekaterina Panikanova – Paintings On Books

Dreamy!

The Russian artist Ekaterina Panikanova realises unique installation-paintings with a collage twist. The artist paints beautiful black ink and acrylics illustrations using as a canvas plenty of vintage found book pages.

These books are mounted on board, and the final result is a kind of collage-patchwork of pages that showcase a giant final image. You can also check her works here and here.