The Ultra-Realistic, Three-Dimensional Paintings of CJ Hendry

CJ Hendry is a talented artist whose detailed three-dimensional pencil drawings are virtually indistinguishable from high-definition photographs or computer-generated images. Continue reading »

Artist Who Turned To Painting After Finishing Her Studies In Radiation Chemistry

Today, Zoya Kriminskaya lives in a small town near Moscow and devotes most of her time to creativity. Zoya edits books and creates dreamy illustrations that she sells on microstock. The first time she picked up a colored pencil was 70 years ago. However, pursuing an artistic career is not something she considered at first. As a result, she received a degree in engineering physics and devoted her time to radiation chemistry research. Continue reading »

Artist Cosplays As Well-Known Characters, Celebrities And Paintings

Olga Tolstunova is passionate about her work as an art critic. So much so that she goes an extra mile to grab the attention of her readers. Continue reading »

British Artist Justin Bateman Creates Intricate Art Using Pebbles

Art can be created from all kinds of things like food and everyday objects. This British artist named Justin Bateman, however, uses fragments of nature to create his masterpieces. Continue reading »

Artist Combines Nature And Magic To Create These Mystical Paintings

According to Vladimir Ilievski: “I started this series of paintings during the first lockdown since the pandemic started, with a painting called Becoming One, and after that, I created the rest of them. So, it’s always nature, the magical appearance of it, special mystical moments or occasions, combined with people, animals, or other subjects. Continue reading »

“The Witches of Fabersham Forest”: The Dark Surrealism and Visual Mysteries of Noah Stacey

Noah Stacey is a Vancouver-based designer and digital artist: “I draw things. I eat dumplings and wear track suits.” He also acts as an NFT artist and sells his work for crypto. Continue reading »

Secret Life of The American Teenagers in Urban Paintings by Mark Tennant

Prepare to be amazed, the paintings of New York-based artist Mark Tennant are some of the most captivating works of contemporary art today. Each work almost feels like a photograph taken at just the right moment, as if someone is walking around with a camera snapping photos of the nightlife. However, these works of art are not photos they are paintings. Continue reading »

This Woman Paints on Horseshoe Crabs

Twitter user Melinda in Naples, Florida has access to many bodies of horseshoe crabs. Their hard shells are perfect for painting. Continue reading »

Out Of Character Star Wars Paintings by Kyle Hagey

See your favorite intergalactic personalities like never before by gazing at these out of character Star Wars art prints! They depicts iconic characters like Darth Vader, Boba Fett, and C-3PO lounging in flower filled meadows.

These hilariously weird artworks are created and sold on Etsy by Kyle Hagey who describes his creative process as follows: “Once I have some stuff thought up, I merge it into a scene, hate it, delete half and tell myself I’ll just live in the woods instead.”

Darth Sipping Some Tea

“Here’s Darth just sipping some bomb ass tea minding his own business. Maybe he’s plotting some evil deeds. Or maybe he’s just pondering his life and how it got to this point. I can’t really say for sure.” Continue reading »

“Days of Thunder”: Atmospheric Cityscape Oil Paintings by Bozhena Fuchs

According to Bozhena: “I’m an artist currently living and working in Prague, Czech Republic. I graduated from Uzhhorod National University with a Bachelor of Social Sciences, majoring in Political Science. Continue reading »

“City Life”: The Superb Contemporary Oil Paintings of Vincent Giarrano

Vincent Giarrano is an American painter and comic book illustrator. His paintings are marked by photographically realistic scenes of a carefully observed sense of place, offering small details of everyday life. Giarrano paintings feature contemporary women, depicting life in New York City. Continue reading »

“Aloha from Hawaii”: Sunny Surfing Paintings by Jack Soren

Jack Soren is an artist based and from Hawaii, where he spent most of his life surfing, exploring the islands, and his passions. Continue reading »

German Artist Created Masked Portraits Of Classical Paintings Inspired By Face Masks

Not all art has an apparent purpose in the beginning, but in the end, it turns out to be very relevant. Volker Hermes has been creating a series of “Hidden Portraits” for over 10 years, where he manipulates photos of classical paintings tangled up in head accessories. It seemed like an innocent play of imagination until it became very poignant when the COVID-19 pandemic took place. Continue reading »

Digital Artist Reimagines Famous Paintings In Today’s Context Of Technology And Social Media

Narcissus 2.0

The most iconic paintings throughout history are still carrying important messages through the art of today’s artists. An Italian digital artist, known on social media as CRUDEOIL 2.0, gave old paintings a new life as social satire. Continue reading »

Japanese Artist Paints Hyperrealistic Paintings That Are So Precise You Might Confuse Them With Photos

This time, I want to present an incredible gallery of pictures of… paintings. Although it might be hard to believe these were actually painted by a human hand, this is a true representation of the beauty and power of talent and hard work. Continue reading »

Baby Face in Famous Paintings

When her daughter was born, Lucas de Ouro, visual artist based in Brazil, didn’t want to make the traditional birth pictures. To innovate, the father recreated some scenes from famous paintings as “The Mona Lisa”, “Girl with a Pearl Earring” by Vermeer, and the painting “Self-portrait dedicated to Dr. Eloesser” by Frida Kahlo. Instead of the faces that we know well, we therefore find the tiny face of Letícia, who was only 18 months old at this moment. Continue reading »

Vintage Photos of Stunning Custom Cars Painted by Larry Watson in the 1950s

Larry Watson was born on July 21, 1938, in Bellflower, California. He began his pinstriping career at the tender age of 16, having grown up in a time period that saw the Southern California scene abuzz with the latest American makes and model cars; a time period that would later be considered “the era of Bombs.” Continue reading »

Japanese Painter Uses Blackened Eyes and Expressions to Create Social Commentary

As I’ve covered before, there are many great artists on Instagram. Many try to be as aesthetic and chic as possible, while others occassionally take an alternative approach to catch a viewer’s eye. Artist MADSAKI is well-known for colorful portraits interrupted by black tears and bloody noses. Continue reading »

Italian Artist Roberto Rizzo Turns Rocks Into Incredible Animal Paintings

Inspired by nature and animals and “driven by emotions and curiosity,” Italian artist Roberto Rizzo, who is now based in southern Spain, paints extremely detailed animal portraits on an unusual canvas—rocks. Continue reading »

Glitch Portrait Paintings by Joshua Davison

Joshua Davison is a self-taught contemporary artist from New Zealand with a diverse body of work themed around portraiture and botanics. Featured here are some of the most intriguing paintings from his ‘glitch’ portrait series. Continue reading »

Frederic Edwin Church’s Beautiful Pantings of Icebergs Between Labrador and Greenland, 1859 – 1861

In the summer of 1859, American landscape painter Frederic Edwin Church (1826–1900) took trip aboard a schooner to Newfoundland and Labrador to observe icebergs. Louis Legrand Noble wrote up the excursion in the book After Icebergs with a Painter. In 1861, at the outbreak of the Civil War, Church exhibited Icebergs: The North at the Dallas Museum of Fine Arts. Continue reading »

In Astonishingly Realistic Painting, Artist Hiroki Okuma Spent Months Just on His Model’s Hair

Japanese artist Hiroki Ōkuma has stunned his followers and other art-lovers with a viral post on his Twitter account revealing his latest oil painting. Continue reading »

Winerelle Painting: Amazing Wine Arts by Sanja Jankovic

Young artist Sanja Jankovic used the wine as a new form of artistic expression. Here are its brief explains how and why does she do it: ““I’m always trying to turn everything around in the art. Wine was one of the ideas, I tried it and it was very cool. Continue reading »

This Artist Can Sneak Her Cats Into Any Painting And It’s Hilarious

Few would argue if we said that pets are an endless source of joy and happiness in our lives. Therefore, there is no surprise people are trying to immortalize them in every way possible. Continue reading »

Sensitive Figurative Paintings by Egyptian Artist Walid Ebeid

Walid Ebeid was born in 1970 in Cairo, Egypt. He started to establish his realistic expressionism art since he was 6 years old, he holds a Fine arts Bachelor in 1992 and Masters a distinguished level in oil painting from the day to day life spirit in his country culture and society insights. Continue reading »