Monday, 26 May 2014

Vibrant Colour Creations by Jessica Gonacha Swift

Today I would like to share the artwork and surface pattern designs of the very talented Jessica Gonacha Swift. She has a very varied and equally creative portfolio of designs that I just love.

Jessica's work is full of explosions of patterns and organic shapes that are linked with swirls and drips of colour. Elegant birds, flora, fauna and quotes embellish her designs to make them uniquely quirky and distinctive.



The bold and vivid colours Jessica incorporates within her artwork create and fun and positive effect. Jessica uses a range of mixed media techniques to build interesting layers and textural effects in her artwork.



"I'm on a quest to inspire everyone on the planet to pursue their wild and colourful dreams... and never give up." Sourced





"I want to inject your life with positive colour, happy-inducing images, and brave, bold, passion-filled moves. Through art and colour! " Sourced


Click to view her website and blog or follow her on Twitter and Facebook here!

Monday, 19 May 2014

Sarah Graham's Mouthwatering Pick and Mix

I am totally mesmerized by Sarah Graham's unbelievably realistic paintings. From the selection below you can clearly see her amazing talent at capturing sweets, lollypops, flying sorcers, shrimps, gobstoppers and jelly bears to name a scrummy few.

With my sweet tooth there is no way I could manage with one of these brightly coloured, delectable paintings decorating my living room, I would be constantly rummaging in the sweetie tin.



Sarah paints these delicious paintings in a photorealism style, you could almost reach and out take a sweet for yourself. Her use of bold and vivid colours create a fun and playful atmosphere that you can't help but love.

 


"Imagery is often borrowed from childhood; sweet things, toys, stuff that might evoke a sense of wonderment, and ultimately nostalgia." Sourced



Sarah was born in the market town on Hitchin, Hertfordshire UK. She studied for a Foundation Dourse in Art and Design before completing a BA in Fine Art at De Montfort University.



Click to view her website or follow her on Twitter and Facebook here!

Monday, 12 May 2014

Bec Winnel's Natural Feminine Beauty!

It is my pleasure to share these breathtakingly beautiful portraits with you today. Bec Winnel is a very talented Australian who artist captures precise intricate detail by incorporating a range of artistic media including pencil, watercolour, pastel and metallics.

Bec’s work is dream like, she captures feminine beauty and romance in a magiccal and imaginary way. Subtle and muted pastel shades merge seamlessly in her strikingly accurate and stunning studies. The interesting inclusion of delicate feathers, twinkles of light and beautiful flowers make her work individual and quirky.







Click here to view her website and Tumblr or follow her on Twitter here!

Monday, 5 May 2014

The Striking Beauty of Nature by Noel Badges Pugh

Good morning! I thought I would share Noel Badges Pugh’s amazing talent of drawing both flora and fauna with you today. His beautifully simple, yet strikingly detailed botanical illustrations and scientific drawings amaze me. Noel’s flowers, insects and bugs are uniquely captured and showcase the structural beauty of nature in captivating and intricate detail. Simple individual artistic techniques Noel uses include ink, graphite and watercolour. I love how he artistically includes these along with subject matter in his photographs of his artwork.





“Inspired by nature and dreams, all's created with an utmost appreciation for the details and structure of each subject.”



Noel Badges Pugh gained a B.F.A in Painting from San Francisco Art Institute and then a Masters Certificate in Science Illustration from UC Santa Cruz. You can clearly see how his education and experience has inspired his accurate style and how his imagination and artistic flair has transformed his subject matter.







To find out a little more information and view his full portfolio, view his Website and Tumblr here!
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