"I try to paint the sound of the sea", Maggi Hambling. The World's 12 Most Important Female Painters on TheCultureTrip.com. (Image via curiouspeeps.net)

The World's 12 Most Important Women Painters

"I try to paint the sound of the sea", Maggi Hambling. The World's 12 Most Important Female Painters on TheCultureTrip.com. (Image via curiouspeeps.net)

Sir Eduardo Paolozzi ‘[no title]’, 1967   screenprint © The Eduardo Paolozzi Foundation

Sir Eduardo Paolozzi ‘[no title]’, 1967 screenprint © The Eduardo Paolozzi Foundation

"I am an intense person. I don’t do things half way. You either have all of me or you don’t get me at all." -Izzy Smith painting by Josh Miels


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Artist Joshua Miels' textured paintings pop off the canvas with multicoloured brilliance. Through intricate layering techniques, his vivid paintings communicate the raw emotion that his subjects inevitably convey through their subtle physical cues, which Miels eloquently picks up on and then transmits through his paintbrush. His striking portraits are powerful in both their technical brilliance and …

Multicolored Palette Knife Paintings Explore the Many Layers of Human Emotions

Artist Joshua Miels' textured paintings pop off the canvas with multicoloured brilliance. Through intricate layering techniques, his vivid paintings communicate the raw emotion that his subjects inevitably convey through their subtle physical cues, which Miels eloquently picks up on and then transmits through his paintbrush. His striking portraits are powerful in both their technical brilliance and …

Joshua Miels is an Australian contemporary portrait artist who aims to "capture the vulnerability of people and the emotions that people try to hide from others".   "Spending countless hours adding layer upon layer of paint Joshua produces artworks that are not only striking but deep and powerful. Painted with predominantly oil paint, each piece start off with a subject, but with a large amount of experimentation, each art piece has its own journey on how its get from start to fin

Paintings by Joshua Miels

Joshua Miels is an Australian contemporary portrait artist who aims to "capture the vulnerability of people and the emotions that people try to hide from others". "Spending countless hours adding layer upon layer of paint Joshua produces artworks that are not only striking but deep and powerful. Painted with predominantly oil paint, each piece start off with a subject, but with a large amount of experimentation, each art piece has its own journey on how its get from start to fin

Karen Appleton- I love the texture created in the face.  When I try to do this in my own work it looks horrible.

Karen Appleton- I love the texture created in the face. When I try to do this in my own work it looks horrible.

Refreshing and Delicious, 1949. Screenprint and lithograph on paper. 37.8 x 28.1 cm

Refreshing and Delicious, 1949. Screenprint and lithograph on paper. 37.8 x 28.1 cm

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