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A shore scene. Digital sketch in Flame Painter on-line.   Leslye Sinn, Dragonmum Designs 2014

A shore scene. Digital sketch in Flame Painter on-line.

420mryjade:  Artist: Luis Tamani

"You find Peace not by rearranging the circumstances of your Life, but by realising who you are at the deepest level" ~Eckhart Tolle Artwork by Luis Tamani Amasifuen.

Maryam Savoji. Steps Towards Love.     Saatchi Gallery

View Maryam Savoji’s Artwork on Saatchi Art. Find art for sale at great prices from artists including Paintings, Photography, Sculpture, and Prints by Top Emerging Artists like Maryam Savoji.

dreamy | Saatchi Online Artist: Karin Johannesson; Watercolor, 2013, Painting "Untitled"

Old Farmhouse original watercolor painting by LGraceOriginals Saatchi Online Artist Karin Johannesson;


Femme 46 abstract nude signed Lustre by SagittariusGallery

Black and White Fashion Photography by Nikola Borissov | Who Designed It?

The Real Reason I Love University of Texas Longhorn Football

Abstract Nude CANVAS print colorful art by by SagittariusGallery

Title - Absorbing The Earth And Sky Dimensions - inches Media - Oil Support - inch thick gallery wrapped canvas, staples on the reverse. Absorbing The Earth And Sky

Das das trotz der vielen Strichen noch so realistisch aussieht

Not big on celebrity art, but I love this concept. Faces by Vince Low - what a cool way to draw with pen. ive done a similar idea, but never for a face.

victoriousvocabulary:  PETRICHOR [noun] the scent of rain on dry earth. The word is constructed from Greek, petra, meaning stone + ichor, the fluid that flows in the veins of the gods in Greek mythology. It is defined as “the distinctive scent which accompanies the first rain after a long warm dry spell”. [Cyril Rolando - After The Rain]

Between Surreal and Fantasy by Cyril Rolando, digital painting. This was selected for the blend of landscape and figure. I wish that the eye had been mixed into the hill as effectively as the rest as it doesn't conform to the apparent theme.


Man-O-War by Bryan Keith Lanier--i I love this painting. Although I understand the reference of the name, it still reminds me of the end of peter pan with the flying ship and fairy dust.