I just love the beautiful clay works by Chloe May Brown, aka CMB. Each piece is crafted by hand and the final result is super pretty and eye catchy.
If can find Chloe on Instagram too.
The painter Tracie Cheng describes her art project as follows: “Tracie Cheng is an artist interested in dimension, fluidity, and versatility, primarily through lines and color in abstract form”.
I truly like how she transforms a simple line into something so dynamic and tridimensional.
Head in the clouds!
I love how the Australian painter Brooklyn Whelan represents the beauty of weather patterns, focusing his research in skies and clouds.
Using acrylics on canvas with a limited colours palette, Brooklyn makes you enjoy a new and exciting way to explore the nature.
The UK artist Olivia Jeffries creates delicate drawings on old book pages. Using neutral colors and minimal forms, she build clever and poetic art pieces.
Below some of my favorites.
Let’s get inspired!
This week I show the awesome works by the Australian artist Caroline Staron. I really love the way she combines collage and painting using white acrylic on found vintage photos.
Kevin Corrado is a talented photographer, designer and artist. I enjoy the way he puts all his capabilities in every series, and “Transfer” is one of my favorite.
In all three pieces, a hand becomes covered in paint by touching a landscape of that color. In its entirety, the project speaks about our intense connection between common landscapes and their assigned colors. The project also addresses my role as an artist, and what color I will choose for my landscapes, even though my tool of choice is a camera (a tad bit ironic). A painter is given the task to paint a tree, but that painter must choose to use green paint.